Making donations online is fast and convenient, but it can also make it easier for criminals to take advantage of your generosity. Una Osili with the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy has advi... Read more about Avoid scams during season of giving
Giving with an online donation is fast and convenient, but it can also make it easier for criminals to take advantage of your generosity. Learn how to protect yourself from fraud and embrace the se... Read more about Learn to avoid scams during the season of giving
IU Today and Human Resources share handy information to help staff and faculty navigate the cold and snowy season.
Celebrate safely this holiday season by using safe cooking, baking and storage practices.
A therapy K9 can assist first responders during a mental health crisis or provide stress relief after a traumatic event.
About 500 divers each year receive training through the program, preparing them for snorkeling for fun on a study abroad trip, scuba diving to study sunken ships at archaeological sites or conducti... Read more about Diving Safety Program trains students, faculty in underwater exploration, rescue and study
It’s time for fall festivities, and the best Halloween is a safe one.
Go behind-the-scenes to find out how IU Public Safety pulls off a safe football game day.
Increase your readiness for any crisis during National Preparedness Month.
As National Water Quality Month wraps up, we caught up with Michael Dorsett, environmental permit coordinator for Environmental Health and Safety, who works daily to ensure IU protects its campus w... Read more about Protecting bodies of water, on campuses and elsewhere, takes everyone’s help
Remain aware and obey the rules of the road while traveling around campus to help keep everyone safe.
Nearly 300 staff members took the safety training to help them understand what to communicate to residents about preparedness and how to respond in the event of a fire.
Meet a few of the graduates of this one-of-a-kind program, where full-time college students can become licensed police officers in the state of Indiana while earning an Indiana University degree.
Pool inspections conducted in close collaboration with pool operators and aquatics directors ensure the water and facilities on IU campuses are ready for action.
IU partners with the Indiana Department of Health to gather information about the prevalence of illnesses spread by mosquitoes and ticks in Indiana.
As a licensed social worker, Conner Sturgeon spent his inaugural year on the job ensuring that IUPD is connected to mental health resources and wellness services while providing a vital service to... Read more about IUPD’s first full-time social worker provides unique support
University faculty and staff are in a unique position to make sure students know how and when to access help should they need it. IU Chief Health Officer Aaron Carroll offers a few ways to support... Read more about How to be a mental health ally: Faculty, staff edition
IUPD officer Madelyn Smigla graduated from the School of Science at IUPUI with experience working felony-level cases and processing digital evidence thanks to a unique internship.
Many believe that expiration dates should be strictly followed and are a sign that food has gone bad, but other elements play a bigger role in food safety.
May is National Water Safety Month. Get tips from William D. Ramos, director of the Aquatics Institute and associate professor in the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington, about how to stay safe... Read more about Ask the Expert: Staying safe in the water
With Earth Day approaching on April 22, IU’s Environmental Health and Safety experts share everyday tips to keep our campus environments safe and healthy.
The campus will participate in the Culture of Respect Collective’s seventh cohort, a two-year program that helps institutions work to end sexual violence by improving their policies, practices an... Read more about IU Bloomington joins program to end sexual violence on college campuses
During Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April, the university shares resources available on every IU campus.
Social media safety is important. Protect yourself and your information with these tips from University Information Technology Services.
IU Bloomington and the surrounding area could see an influx of 300,000 people during the total eclipse.