News

IU South Bend advances equity and inclusion on campus, in the community

“Everyone has the power to create change, even on an individual level, as long as we are inclusive and lean on our communities,” said a participant at a recent program organized by IU South Bend’s Alumni Association and its Civil Rights Heritage Center called “Examining Power, Oppression, and Complicity: A Community Dialogue.”   This community conversation—one of the nearly one hundred IUSB programs and initiatives focused on Title IX and/or diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) during academic year 2020-2021—invited people to…

Read More


News

Thanks to support from the Community Foundation of Elkhart County, IU South Bend can better serve more high school students, adult learners and lifetime learners as well as businesses and organizations in the Elkhart area. A new grant will equip IU South Bend to expand its capacity to enhance workforce and economic development and build more K-12 and community partnerships.   “There is great potential in Elkhart County for us to partner with community organizations,…

Junior Brikea Sherrod’s priority is to push herself to step outside of her comfort zone so she can grow and achieve her goals. After graduating from Michigan City High School, she knew she wanted to remain close to her family…

IU South Bend has received a $350,000 Phase II Digital Skills Accelerator grant from the Labs for Industry Futures and Transformation (LIFT) Network. The grant aims to enhance and develop digital skills in computer science, health sciences, and data analytics for K-12 students and teachers, adult learners, and degree…