Indiana University


A public research institution, grounded in the liberal arts & sciences, & a leader in professional, medical, & technological education.


Indiana University’s mission is to provide broad access to undergraduate and graduate education for students throughout Indiana, the United States, and the world, as well as outstanding academic and cultural programs and student services. Indiana University seeks to create dynamic partnerships with the state and local communities in economic, social, and cultural development and to offer leadership in creative solutions for 21st-century problems. Indiana University strives to achieve full diversity, and to maintain friendly, collegial, and humane environments, with a strong commitment to academic freedom.

Mira Awards
  • Trailblazer in Technology Award - Bobby Schnabel, Dean of Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing (2014 )
  • Tech Services Award - IT in Support of the Business - One.IU Development Team (2014 )
  • Technology in Education Excellence & Innovation Award - Indiana University Client Virtualization (IUanyWare) Team (2013 )
  • Trailblazer in Technology Award - Michael McRobbie, Indiana University (2006 )
  • Professional Service Provider - Dr. Howard Rosenbaum (2003 )
  • Education/ Program/ Department Contribution to IT - School of Informatics (2002 )
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The Combine brings tech world to Bloomington

Nestled along College Avenue in Bloomington is a tech conference with global reach that’s been growing quickly over its eight-year run. The Combine is an opportunity for entrepreneurs, thinkers, and others connected to the tech ecosystem of Indiana and abroad to meet and exchange ideas. More than 300 people are expected to attend this year’s

The Bee Corp opens new research doors with six-figure National Science Foundation grant

A nearly $225,000 grant provided by the National Science Foundation (NSF) will give The Bee Corp a new path to grow their research. While the Series A round of funding the company closed last September supports their operations and other growth needs, this Phase I grant focuses specifically on using data science to build research

Universities across Indiana help build and grow the tech ecosystem

While many parts make up our Indy tech ecosystem, universities across the state offer important pieces toward the development of new and innovative tech. Serving as a cradle for many startups, universities provide connections, talent, support and more to students and researchers launching their ideas. Along with helping new businesses begin, universities help inventors and

Hour of Code brings computer science and youthful smiles to statehouse

The Indiana statehouse was turned into a giant computer science lab on Tuesday as Governor Eric Holcomb, AT&T Indiana President Bill Soards, Infosys Foundation USA Chairperson Kaustav Mitra, Indiana University First Lady Laurie Burns McRobbie, and Karen Jung and Scott Dorsey of Nextech all welcomed students from local grade schools and their high school-aged coding

Local students embrace diversity, opportunity at Atlanta computing conference

Pike High School: Eleven students sluggishly drag their bags to the charter bus barely saying a word as five chaperones greet them with a cheery “Good morning.” Providence Cristo Rey High School: Nine students wait in the lobby as the bus pulls up.  A prayer for safe travels is said and the students scurry onto

Indy Tech Fellows like Aaron Humphrey are problem solvers

At a young age, Aaron discovered a love for cracking puzzles. Born and raised in Warsaw, Indiana, he explored a natural desire to take pieces of hardware apart to learn how they function. Putting them back together was an entirely different challenge and in his words, “the most addicting puzzle I could find.” Aaron enrolled

Record Yield For Rose-Hulman, IURTC Partnership

The head of Rose-Hulman Ventures says 2016 was a record year for a partnership with the Indiana University Research Technology Corp. It involves Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology students developing prototypes for researchers at the IURTC. RHIT Vice President of Corporate Engagement Elizabeth Hagerman says students get “something tangible” from the collaboration and IURTC Senior Technology

Digital Health Solutions’ Software Helps Docs Screen Patients

Outpatient general pediatric clinics can be crowded, chaotic places. Electronic health records (EHR) technology—software that puts a patient’s charts and health information online so doctors can access it, ostensibly leading to better, more efficient care while facilitating communication—has so far not lived up to its potential. Tammy Dugan, co-founder and chief technology officer at Indianapolis-based

IU Researchers Create Tools to Track and Combat Fake News

We’re now living in an era where, thanks to the Internet, we have easier access to more raw information than at any other time in the planet’s history. Yet, despite these reams of data, the presence of facts has seemingly never mattered less in public discourse. Now, a team at Indiana University is hard at

Leading Light Awards celebrate achievements of women in technology

The Leading Light Awards were held on October 6, 2016 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom and celebrated the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and math. Since 1999, Women & Hi Tech has existed as an organization of men and women whose goal is to attract, develop, retain, support, and promote women who are

Hoosier Schools Among ‘World’s Most Innovative’

Two Indiana schools have been ranked among the “World’s Most Innovative Universities,” according to Reuters. The news service used several metrics to determine the rankings, including patent volume, patent success and industry article citation impact. Read full story here.

3 ways to skill-up your own tech talents

Accelerate and preserve your tech skills Indiana’s technology industry is growing and transforming into something bigger and better. With technology and tech-enabled businesses in sectors such as healthcare, IT security, manufacturing and marketing constantly looking to hire highly skilled workers to accelerate their growth, even workers already in the industry are looking to “skill-up” their tech

Calling all nominations for the CTO of the Year Awards

Do you know a commendable chief technology officer, a very valuable vice president of tech, or a dazzling director of technology? Nominate her or him for the 2016 Indianapolis Business Journal and TechPoint CTO of the Year Awards. What you should know about the awards: The 2016 Indianapolis Business Journal and TechPoint CTO of the

IU’s Dr. Kylie Peppler wins Tech Educator of the Year Mira Award

Dr. Kylie Peppler, an Associate Professor of Learning Sciences in the School of Education at Indiana University — Bloomington, received the Tech Educator of the Year award during TechPoint’s 17th annual Mira Awards honoring the best of tech in Indiana. Dr. Peppler is incorporating artistic creativity into STEM fields immersion. Peppler has worked to understand

From big company to small and from MN to home

Last year around this time, Katie Sexton was in the middle of a Minnesota winter. She says that winter was one of the factors that prompted her to get serious about a move home to central Indiana. While Indiana may not be able to promise her a vastly kinder winter, the Indy tech scene certainly

Roger Deetz is in Indy for the job, but also friends and food

Originally from DeKalb County in northeastern Indiana, Roger Deetz is a software architect on the Angie’s List development team revolutionizing the way people hire service providers. All that data gathered over 20 years in the business is being turned into products, and Roger’s team is building them. After graduating from IU Bloomington, Roger moved to

Anna Saraceno: from St. Louis to Indiana

Anna Saraceno learned to love Indianapolis, just like she learned to love tech. She was attracted to Indiana University in Bloomington from St. Louis by the strong foreign language program, intending to study Spanish but eventually shifting her focus to public health. Of her first thoughts of Bloomington when she arrived as a freshman, Anna

IU School of Informatics and Computing enrollment doubled, research funding tripled under Trailblazer in Technology Award winner Bobby Schnabel

Bobby Schnabel, dean of the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing, was honored with the Trailblazer in Technology Award during TechPoint’s 15th annual Mira Awards honoring the best of tech in Indiana. The award recognizes individuals whose vision and efforts in advancing technology have made a lasting and significant impact on Indiana. Since Bobby

Indiana University’s One.IU ‘app store’ wins Tech Services Award for IT to Support the Business

In four months time, the One.IU development team brought consumerism to Indiana University’s web services and turned their, “Search, Click, Done.” into a reality for students and faculty across eight campuses. One.IU was rewarded for their accomplishments with the Tech Services Award for IT to Support the Business during the 15th annual TechPoint Mira Awards