Research and statistical modeling are changing the way governments respond to crises—often before they even occur.
Read about IUPUI professor Dan Johnson to find out how »
“Our grandmother had Alzheimer’s during a period in history when there really wasn’t a name for it.”
Dianne Trauring and Nancy Carpenter have a personal connection to the IU School of Medicine programs they support, and that support is helping drive research toward a cure for a disease they, like many Americans, know all too well. Watch their story to understand how we all benefit from their generosity.
Mark Cuban isn’t shy about what IU meant to him as a student. So when the Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology was announced, its objective was clear: Help IU students become the next leaders in a cutting-edge media landscape. Like all support, his gift continues a cycle that will last a lifetime—because at Indiana, we’re all for you.