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Fast-Growing Model United Nations Team at Indiana University Wins Award at National Conference

Competing against more than 30 colleges and universities while speaking the language of diplomacy, the Indiana University Model United Nations team earned several prestigious awards at the recent Southern Regional Model UN conference.

School of Public and Environmental Affairs buys energy credits, shows commitment to sustainability

Responding to a student-led policy analysis, the Indiana University Bloomington School of Public and Environmental Affairs is purchasing renewable energy certificates to offset its use of electricity from fossil fuels.

IU launches unique internship program with Smithsonian Institution

SPEA Arts Administration students to serve as interns for National Museum of American History

Indiana University alumnus Tavis Smiley to get star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Television personality and IU SPEA graduate Tavis Smiley will be honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Madeline Dinges wins prestigious campus-wide award

SPEA student earns a special honor for her research.

Former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill makes $3 million gift to Indiana University

The Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs has received a $3 million gift from Paul O’Neill in what is the largest private donation in the school’s history. O’Neill is the former U.S. secretary of the treasury and chairman and CEO of Alcoa.

Indiana University hosts nation's top collegiate debaters

The nation’s top collegiate debaters are headed to Bloomington this weekend: Indiana University is the site of the 68th National Debate Tournament.

Indiana University Bloomington presents Outstanding Junior Faculty Awards

Faculty members in education, informatics, business, chemistry and public affairs are recipients of Indiana University Bloomington's Outstanding Junior Faculty Awards for 2013-14.

Indiana University research: We want to save water, but do we know how?

Many Americans are confused about the best ways to conserve water and have a slippery grasp on how much water different activities use, according to a national online survey conducted by an Indiana University researcher.

Two SPEA Students Spearhead Partnership with Pat Tillman Foundation

Indiana University has been selected as a Tillman Military Scholars University Partner by the Pat Tillman Foundation, a nonprofit organization that offers services and support for student veterans and military spouses. Two students from the IU Bloomington School of Public and Environmental Affairs played a key role in the process of earning the designation.

Indiana University Bloomington returns to Peace Corps Top Colleges rankings

Indiana University Bloomington has earned a spot on the Peace Corps’ annual list of the top volunteer-producing colleges and universities for the first time since 2011-12. With 35 graduates serving as Peace Corps volunteers, the university ranks at No. 25 this year among large schools nationwide.

Indiana nonprofit sector grew during Great Recession, outpacing state's for-profits and government

Indiana University study by Professor Kirsten Grønbjerg finds impact on nonprofits was mixed; social assistance, arts and membership organizations were more vulnerable.

Indiana University SPEA dean to testify on 'secret science' legislation

John D. Graham, dean of the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, will testify Tuesday in support of a bill that prohibits the Environmental Protection Agency from using what backers of the legislation call "secret science."

American Bar Association honors Indiana University SPEA professor

The American Bar Association is honoring Lisa Blomgren Amsler, a member of the faculty at the Indiana University Bloomington School of Public and Environmental Affairs, for significant contributions to the field of dispute resolution.

Taking pride and sharing PRIDE: two SPEA alums organize film festival

Abby Henkel and Sarah Perfetti, graduates of the Indiana University Bloomington School of Public and Environmental Affairs, are partners at the helm of the fast-growing Bloomington PRIDE Film Festival.

Expert panel recommends strategies for successful government outsourcing

John D. Graham and Sergio Fernandez report titled "Government Outsourcing: A Practical Guide for State and Local Governments" draws on research and experience.

Research on Middle Class earns second major award for SPEA’s Kosali Simon

Kosali Simon has once again been honored for her groundbreaking research into the prosperity of America’s middle class. Simon, along with two co-authors, has received the 2013 Addington Prize in Measurement.

IU Professor Helps Lead Project To Re-Think Public Participation In Government

Frustrated by public meetings that don’t serve the public, a team of experts and scholars that includes an Indiana University professor is recommending steps to encourage meaningful participation in government.