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President's Hall, Franklin Hall | October 16, 2018

In his State of the University remarks, IU President McRobbie reported on a "banner year" for the university as it continues to meet Indiana's higher education and talent needs, contribute to the economic vitality of the state, and count down to the IU Bicentennial celebration, which will commence in summer 2019.

Ray E. Cramer Marching Hundred Hall | October 12, 2018

IU President McRobbie spoke with guest of honor, Ray E. Cramer, during the official building dedication ceremony of the Ray E. Cramer Marching Hundred Hall, a permanent practice facility for the Marching Hundred, IU’s band made up of nearly 300 musicians.

Indiana Memorial Union | October 11, 2018

IU President McRobbie and Robert N. Johnson, national chair of the IU Alumni Association, presented the Distinguished Alumni Service Awards to five outstanding alumni during homecoming weekend. The Distinguished Alumni Service Award is the university's highest award given only to an alumna or alumnus.

IUPUI Campus Center | October 3, 2018

IU President McRobbie announces that the School of Global and International Studies will be named in honor of former U.S. Rep. Lee H. Hamilton and former U.S. Sen. Richard G. Lugar -- two immensely accomplished Indiana statesmen and two of the nation's most distinguished and influential voices in foreign policy.

Memorial Stadium | September 7, 2018

IU President Mcrobbie presides over the dedication of the IU Athletics Excellence Academy, a state-of-the-art facility that provides a home for the Excellence Academy program, which is one of the most innovative and effective personal development programs in all of intercollegiate athletics. 

Washington D.C. | September 6, 2018

IU President McRobbie presented key recommendations on ways to make election systems in the United States less vulnerable to hacking, more reliable and verifiable during the public release of a new report of the National Academy of Science and Medicine's Committee on Voting, which he co-chaired with Lee Bollinger, president of Columbia University.

The Old National Events Plaza, Evansville, Indiana | August 9, 2018

IU President McRobbie joined leaders from the University of Southern Indiana, the University of Evansville, and the city of Evansville to dedicate the Stone Family Center for Health Sciences, a facility that brings together academic health care programs from the three institutions under one roof and is anchored by IU School of Medicine's programs in Evansville. 

Indianapolis, Indiana | June 7, 2018

IU President Michael A. McRobbie and IU Foundation President and CEO Daniel C. Smith presented Partners in Philanthropy awards to four individuals, recognizing exceptional volunteer leaders whose vital service and contributions help shape the future of the university at the highest levels.