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Beta Alpha Psi

Description: 

Beta Alpha Psi is an honorary organization for accounting and finance students and professionals. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. This includes promoting the study and practice of accounting, finance and information systems; providing opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals, and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Kelley School of Business, Room 540
Accounting Department
Bloomington
IN
47405
Contact
812-855-3513
812-855-8966

Center for the Study of History and Memory

Description: 

The center's mission encompassed archival, pedagogical, and research goals in the field of oral history, with particular emphasis on the history of Indiana and the Midwest, and to address the growing interdisciplinary field of memory studies, of which oral history is one important facet. The Center for the Study of History and Memory continues to build upon its work in the field of oral history while broadening the range of its research projects to address the many ways that people remember, represent, and use the past in public and private life.

Address
400 North Sunrise Drive
Weatherly Hall North, Room 122
Bloomington
IN
47405
Contact
Barbara
Truesdell
Dr.
812-855-2856

Delta Sigma Pi

Description: 

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
Contact
Matt
Wisniewski
President

Folklore and Ethnomusicology Students Association

Description: 

Indiana University majors, minors, and others with an interest in the activities of our discipline are welcome to participate in the Folklore and Ethnomusicology Student Association (FESA). FESA holds monthly meetings and helps plan departmental and campus-wide events such as the folklore and ethnomusicology film series, career night, and concerts. Participation in the group provides opportunities for networking, leadership development, and career exploration.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47408

Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archeology

Description: 

Through the efforts of Eli Lilly and Indiana University, the Glenn A. Black Laboratory of Archaeology was dedicated as an independent research facility with the Indiana University community in 1971. In addition to curating Eli Lilly's archaeological collection and the records and collections from Glenn Black's excavations at the Angel Mounds site, the Glenn A. Black Laboratory also curates over 10,000 collections, made up of millions of individual artifacts, representing over four decades of archaeological research in every county in Indiana and at significant sites throughout the Midwest.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
423 N. Fess St.
Bloomington
IN
47408
Contact
April
Sievert
Director
812-855-9544

Global Gateway for Teachers - IU School of Education

Description: 

Each Global Gateway program is a challenging, yet rewarding experience for participants. Students generally spend at least eight weeks away from Bloomington or their home campus, work a full day in school, engage with the local community, and adapt quickly to different cultures. Participation requires at least a year long commitment, beginning with a preparatory phase that includes monthly classes, readings, and a workshop, culminating in the student teaching experience.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47405

Hilltop Educational Foundation

Description: 

Hilltop Educational Foundation is a non-profit community organization serving the Hilltop Garden and Nature Center and supporting community initiatives in education and wellness through gardening and other horticulturally based activities.

Address
2367 E. 10th Street
PO Box 8654
Bloomington
IN
47408
Contact
Lea
Woodard
Coordinator
812-855-8808

Hong Kong Students' Association

Description: 

Faculty Advisor: Christopher Viers, 855-9086 Or call the International Center, 116 S. Jordan, 855-7133. The Hong Kong Students' Association at Indiana University Bloomington was established to serve the Hong Kong community and promote Hong Kong to the vast population around the IUB campus. Not only do we focus on helping the newcomers adapting to the American lifestyle, we also aim at helping every Hong Kong student to enrich their experience here at IU. Moreover, we desire to strengthen ties among our members and alumni, as well as to serve those who are interested in Hong Kong culture - we are here to provide a helping hand to the Hong Kong community and to share with people our unique heritage which we are absolutely proud of.

Address
International Center
116 S. Jordan
Bloomington
In
47405
Contact
Gladys Sze
Hueng Yuen
812-855-9086
International Center
855-7133

Hungarian Cultural Association

Description: 

The Hungarian Cultural Association is a student-run organization at Indiana University. The HCA organizes programs and events for students of the Hungarian language and Hungarian Studies. Our group is comprised of both Americans and Hungarians alike, and our membership includes undergraduates, grad students, and community members.

Address
116 S. Jordan
Bloomington
In
47405
Contact
Sara
Takacs
President
812-855-0377
Catherine
Wells
Vice President

Indiana Institute on Disability and Community at Indiana University Bloomington

Description: 

The Indiana Institute on Disability and Community (IIDC), Indiana’s University Center for Excellence in Disabilities, has fostered a foundation of excellence for community investment in developmental disabilities since 1970. Our mission is to work with communities to welcome, value, and support the meaningful participation of people of all ages and abilities through research, education, and service.

Our work crosses the lifespan and is conducted through seven centers and an Indiana University disability-focused library accessible to all state residents.
 

Address
Bloomington
IN
47408
Contact

Indiana University Career Exploration & Student Employment

Description: 

Services offered to undergraduate students: drop-in career advising, resume and cover letter writing, career courses, career fairs and job listings for part-time, work-study, internship, and full-time employment.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
625 N. Jordan Avenue
Bloomington
IN
47405
Contact
Lindsey
Hojnowski
812-856-1864

IUB Pakistani Students Association

Description: 

The aim of the Pakistani Students Association of IUB is to represent and support Pakistani culture and values among the Indiana University populace. The PSA also serves as an active platform from which to put forward the needs of Pakistani students.

Address
Bloomington
IN
47405

La Casa Latino Cultural Center

Description: 

La Casa creates a link between the university and the Hispanic community by promoting academic excellence, personal growth, and cultural pride through a combination of support services and programming.

Year Established: 
1973 (all day)
Incorporation Status: 
Incorporated
Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
715 East Seventh St.
Bloomington
IN
47408
Contact
Lillian
Casillas
Director
812-855-0174

Lutheran Campus Ministry

Description: 

Lutheran Campus Ministry is an inclusive ministry in Christ, that invites people in the University community to develop a deeper understanding of the body of Christ, so that they can discover and fulfill their vocation as disciples.

Incorporation Status: 
Incorporated
Address
314 S. Rose Ave.
Bloomington
IN
47401
Contact
Kelli
Skram
LCM Campus Pastor
812-333-2474

Mortar Board Senior Honor Society

Description: 

Mortar Board, Inc. is a national honor society that recognizes college seniors for their achievements in scholarship, leadership and service. The honor society provides opportunities for continued leadership development, promotes service to colleges and universities and encourages lifelong contributions to the global community.

Mortar Board began as the first-ever national organization honoring senior college women founded in 1918. Today, it has grown into a comprehensive honor society that selects first-rate members who exemplify the ideals of scholarship, leadership and service. Mortar Board is an active honor society that requires members to uphold these ideals through campus and community service, academic achievement, and leadership.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
900 E. 7th Street
Bloomington
IN
Contact
Natalie
Spiller
President
812-856-1626
Becki
Mason
Vice President

National Society of Arts and Letters (NSAL)

Description: 

The Indiana Chapter was founded in 1966 by professionals and patrons representing both Indiana University and the south central Indiana region. Since its founding, the chapter has awarded more than $800,000 to emerging young artists preparing for professional careers. Annual competitions in the arts are judged by active professionals in visual arts, ballet, contemporary dance, drama, literature, instrumental music, voice, and musical theatre. Many Bloomington award winners have gone on to distinguished national and international careers.

Membership: Approximately 100 men and women participate in the chapter’s activities, which include several entertaining and informative programs throughout the year. They are arts professionals or arts advocates interested in furthering the careers of talented young artists.

Address
Bloomington
IN
47401

Phi Delta Kappa

Description: 

Phi Delta Kappa International is the premier professional association for educators. For more than 100 years, it has focused its work on the tenets of service, research, and leadership. PDK is one of the largest education associations and has more than 35,000 members, including teachers, principals, superintendents, and higher education faculty and administrators. PDK publishes the highly-regarded Phi Delta Kappan, PDK's mission is to support education, particularly public education, as the cornerstone of democracy. Its vision is to be the experts in cultivating great educators for tomorrow while continuing to ensure high-quality education for today.

Send mail and payments to: P.O. Box 13090  Arlington, VA, 22219

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
320 W. Eighth Street
Suite 216
Bloomington
IN
47404
Contact
339-1156
Toll-free number
800-766-1156

Practical English Tutorials (PET)

Description: 

Consultants are available to answer questions for individuals who are learning English as a second or third language. The service is first- come, first-served and provides help with communicating at places like local banks, post offices, restaurants or stores.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Leo Dowling International Center
111 S. Jordan St.
Bloomington
IN
47405
Contact

Progressive Faculty and Staff Caucus

Description: 

The Indiana University Progressive Faculty and Staff Caucus represents more than a hundred faculty, staff, and postdoctoral members from the Bloomington campus of Indiana University. As educators, the members of the PFSC recognize a responsibility to foster informed and critical dialogue in our classrooms, on our campus, in our community, and in national and international forums.

 

We seek to work in alliance with other groups and organizations committed to congruent ideas and educational aims.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN

Student Accounting Society

Description: 

The purpose of the SAS is to improve the professional, academic, and social aspects of its members' lives. It is our goal to bring accounting students, faculty, and professionals together in an 'out-of-the-classroom' atmosphere so that they can meet and discuss relevant accounting and business issues. Through activities such as professional events, community service & social functions, and committee involvement, the SAS helps its members learn the hard skills and soft skills that are needed to be successful in any business environment.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47405

Student Advocates Office

Description: 

We help students solve university related problems by providing individual attention to each issue. If you think you've tried everything without success to resolve an academic or administrative problem on campus, it's time to contact the Student Advocates Office. When You Don't Know Where Else to Turn... Student Advocates Can Help!

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Eigenmann Hall West 229
1900 East 10th St
Bloomington
IN
47406
Contact
Sally
Jones
Director
812-855-0761

Traditional Arts Indiana

Description: 

TAI is a partnership of the Indiana Arts Commission and the IU Folklore Department. TAI's mission is to support, promote, and present Indiana's traditional artists. It is a nonprofit, educational program.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
504 N. Fess Ave.
Bloomington
IN
47408
Contact
Jon
Kay
Director
812-855-0418

University Club of Indiana University

Description: 

The University Club is for all faculty, staff, alumni, and interested community members. Members share a common bond: Indiana University. Friendships formed at the Club help foster connections across departmental lines; our social, cultural, and recreational activities add to the texture of University life. The Club's comfortable, welcoming facilities offer spaces for both large and small social gatherings, and quiet places to read or write.

Community Organizations Subjects: 
Address
Bloomington
IN
47405

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