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Andrea Ciccarelli, Dean

Statement on recent hate-incident

The HHC shares the strong condemnation expressed by our campus against a recent hate-incident directed against an Asian student, and it reiterates its firm condemnation of any hate-driven thought or action against anyone, as expressed in the words of IU Vice President of diversity, equity and multicultural Affairs James Wimbush:

This week, Bloomington was sadly reminded that anti-Asian hate is real and can have painful impacts on individuals and our community. 
No one should face harassment or violence due to their background, ethnicity or heritage. Instead, the Bloomington and IU communities are stronger because of the vast diversity of identities and perspectives that make up our campus and community culture. 
To our Asian and Asian American friends, colleagues, students and neighbors, we stand firmly with you.
For members of our community who may find support helpful, counseling services are available to all faculty, staff and students.
- James Wimbush, vice president of diversity, equity and multicultural affairs

$1.2 MillionFunding awarded annually by HHC Grants & HIEP

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1 in 3HHC Students Study Abroad While at IUB

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100+Extracurricular events each year

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Upcoming HHC Events

  • From the comic book collection of IU alum and Hollywood producer Michael E. Uslan to first editions of rare books, puzzles, the curious and the wondrous, the Lilly Library on the Indiana University Bloomington campus is one of the great academic archives and libraries in the USA. Join fellow students for a tour of the Lilly Library (https://libraries.indiana.edu/lilly-library).

    Explore the new exhibit "Flora + Fauna: A Bounty of Beasts and Botanicals" and the Shakespeare exhibition in honor of the 400th anniversary of the first folio, which the Lilly Library owns, in addition to the typical treasures from the collections.

     

    RSVP required.

  • Join Sara Sidner, CNN’s award-winning national correspondent, for brunch and an informal conversation about the news she has covered around the world and the challenges she and other journalists face in covering complicated and often divisive issues in the U.S. and abroad.  What are the barriers to getting the facts when not everyone agrees what the facts are?  What ethical issues do journalists face when trying to provide balanced coverage? What role does investigative journalism play in providing what the public needs to know? To reserve a space at the brunch, please use the RSVP box at the bottom of this message.

    Students are also invited to attend the Symposium on Investigative Journalism that will be hosted by IU’s Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism on Thursday, Feb. 23, 1:30-7 p.m., in Presidents Hall in Franklin Hall.  ESPN’s Paula Lavigne will deliver the keynote address at 5 p.m.  Lavigne has covered sexual assault and other crimes in professional and college athletics, bribery in college basketball, fan food safety at professional ballparks, gambling on youth sports, fraudulent pro-athlete charities, athlete medical care, and many other topics in sports.  Two panels will focus further on Investigative Journalism in Sports Reporting and on Emerging Models for Investigative Journalism with journalists from ESPN, ProPublica, Capital B, Investigate TV/Gray Television, and other media.  Students are also invited to a Mixer with presenters, 6-7 p.m., in the Media School Commons, Franklin Hall.  The symposium, which is co-sponsored by the Hutton Honors College, is free and open to all; and students are welcome to attend as much as their schedules permit.   Registration for the Symposium is encouraged but not required.

     

  • Students are invited to attend the Symposium on Investigative Journalism that will be hosted by IU’s Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism on Thursday, Feb. 23, 1:30-7 p.m., in Presidents Hall in Franklin Hall.  ESPN’s Paula Lavigne will deliver the keynote address at 5 p.m.  Lavigne has covered sexual assault and other crimes in professional and college athletics, bribery in college basketball, fan food safety at professional ballparks, gambling on youth sports, fraudulent pro-athlete charities, athlete medical care, and many other topics in sports.  Two panels will focus further on Investigative Journalism in Sports Reporting and on Emerging Models for Investigative Journalism with journalists from ESPN, ProPublica, Capital B, Investigate TV/Gray Television, and other media.  Students are also invited to a Mixer with presenters, 6-7 p.m., in the Media School Commons, Franklin Hall.  The symposium, which is co-sponsored by the Hutton Honors College, is free and open to all; and students are welcome to attend as much as their schedules permit.   Registration for the Symposium is encouraged but not required.

Many Worlds, One Globe

The Many Worlds, One Globe program combines research and extracurricular activities with support for pedagogical initiatives focused on multiculturalism and globalization. This multi-year initiative is part of the Hutton Honors College's 50th anniversary and the IU Bicentennial celebration.

Spring 2022

  • Human Trafficking: a Global and Local Pandemic: A conversation with AnnJanette Alejano-Steele, Research Director, Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking

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