Pamela Whitten named 19th president of Indiana University

A visionary scholar and accomplished educator, Whitten will lead one of the nation's leading research universities starting July 1

As IU’s first female president, Whitten assumes the helm at one of the nation’s leading research universities at a time of record-level research funding and philanthropic support.

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IU is largest educator of Hoosiers

Indiana University continues to educate more Indiana residents than any other college or university in the state

As of Aug. 31, the official IU census day for fall semester, 70 percent of the 90,090 degree-seeking students enrolled at IU campuses are Indiana residents. The 62,992 Hoosier students are, by far, the largest total of Indiana residents enrolled at any college or university.

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Final report on Bicentennial Strategic Plan

One thousand four hundred and fifty projects. Sixty-six months of planning, implementation and execution. Eight priorities. One university.

"As we close our Bicentennial Year, it's time to take stock of the unprecedented outpouring of energy, talent and creativity involved in the implementation and execution of Indiana University's strategic plan," IU President Michael A. McRobbie said.

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Shared services: Greater than the sum

Shared services agreements can increase savings...and expand opportunities for students

“We were looking at how we could provide better services to students, reduce costs, and be more efficient,” says James Kennedy, associate vice president for university student services and systems.

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