At IU, we denounce all forms of bigotry, hate, and racism. We believe strongly in a society that values the respect and dignity of life for all. Moreover, we feel adamant that the opportunity to live and work in a world that builds upon the contributions of everyone is not just a privilege but a right of life. Read powerful statements issued by President Michael A. McRobbie, Vice President and Dean James C. Wimbush, the Indiana University Black Philanthropy Circle, and the Indiana University Queer Philanthropy Circle denouncing racism and violence, and condemning “those who seek to divide us based on race, ethnicity, national origin, and other areas.”
We encourage you to join our movement and donate, retweet, or share our efforts to maximize private support. Your gifts back scholarships for historically underserved, minorities, and first-generation students and enhance academic and career support for students, increasing persistence and completion rates. Your gift will go to work immediately, ensuring that students have the support and services they need
Together, we can help IU fulfill its promise, one student at a time.
FOUNDING MEMBER, BLACK PHILANTHROPY CIRCLE
Carrying out philanthropy's promise every day.Read more
ACADEMIC ADVISOR AND UPPERCLASS INITIATIVE
Practicing philanthropy, embracing community.Read more
COO OF INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT AT ALYESKA INVESTMENT GROUP
Preparing students for the future.Read more
Former DIRECTOR, LGBTQ+ CULTURE CENTER
Supporting LGBTQ+ students by giving back.Read more
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS AND STEWARDSHIP
Preparing the next generation through giving.Read more
“The diversity of philanthropy across the human experience helps us appreciate the commonality of human generosity as we behold its various expressions.”
Read more from Black Philanthropy Circle Founding Member and Co-Chair, Rose M. Mays and Eugene R. Tempel Dean of the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Amir Pasic.Learn About This Initiative
While the data of diversity is far from the only commitment Indiana University has to diversity and inclusion, it is the foundation upon which other important efforts can be based.
Learn About This Initiative
Each year, I hope that the recipient of the Joon Park Student Leadership Experience Fund will gain valuable real-world insights during their internship and apply their knowledge to give back to the IUB community through advocacy and leadership.Joon Park
Monroe County Public Library, Bloomington, IN
Commons at the Center of Documentary Research and Practice
La Casa/Latino Cultural Center
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