Indiana University has a long history of international institutional engagement, in the form of exchanges and partnerships with international peer institutions. Indiana University now has more than 200 such partnerships, and they can be found on every continent and in nearly every part of the world. Such relationships are vitally important to our research and education missions. They support faculty research, provide venues for study abroad programs, and are of great advantage in our faculty and student recruitment efforts.
President Michael A. McRobbie has led IU delegations on trips to Africa, southeast Asia, South America, and India to increase academic and research opportunities for the university’s students and faculty and to strengthen global partnerships. Each recent trip has been captured in blog posts, photos, and video.