2014 Getting You Into IU Student Application

1. Programs and Itinerary

 

What you will need to complete this application:
• Name, email address and department website of your faculty adviser or mentor
• Unofficial transcript
• Curriculum Vitae or Resume
Personal statement that includes past research project(s) or creative activity. Statement should be no more than 600-650 words.
• 15-20 minutes to complete the application

Application for Getting You Into IU Fall 2014


Sunday, October 12 - Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Application Deadline: Friday, September 5th, 2014

Sponsors: Indiana University Graduate School and it's partners; College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, School of Informatics and Computing, School of Public Health, and the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs (DEMA)

The following PhD programs invite you to come learn more about them:

IUB Programs:
American Studies
Anthropology
Biology
 •Evolution, Ecology and Behavior
 •Molecular Biology and Genetics
 •Microbiology
 •Plant Biology
Mollecular and Cellular Biochemistry
Chemistry
Chemical Physics
Classical Studies
Communication and Culture
Computer Science
School of Education
 •Counseling and Educational Psychology
 •Curriculum and Instruction
 •Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
 •Instructional Systems Technology
 •Literacy, Culture, and Language Education
English
Fine Arts Studio (MFA)
Folklore and Ethnomusicology
French and Italian
Gender Studies
Geography
Geological Sciences
School of Public Health
•Environmental Health
•Epidemiology
•Health Behavior
•Leisure Behavior
•Human Performance
History
History and Philosophy of Science
Informatics and Computing
Information Science
Journalism
Latino Studies
Linguistics
Mathematics
Mathematical Physics
Neuroscience
Physics
Political Science
Psychological & Brain Sciences
Religious Studies
Statistics
Sociology
Spanish and Portuguese
Speech and Hearing Sciences

The visit will include:
• Pre-arranged individual and group meetings with IU faculty
• Opportunity to sit in on classes in your discipline of interest
• Tours of departments and research facilities
• Sessions on preparing competitive applications for graduate admission and fellowships
• Formal and informal sessions with current graduate students to talk about degree programs and graduate student life at IU
• Tours of the local area

Friendly Reminder of what is needed to complete this application:
• Name, email address and department website of your faculty adviser or mentor
• Unofficial transcript
• Curriculum Vitae or Resume
Personal statement that includes past research project(s) or creative activity. Statement should be no more than 600-650 words.
• 15-20 minutes
• a faculty recommendation is strongly encouraged but not required. Please see the end of this survey for a link

Note: this program is open to prospective students who will have completed their undergraduate degree prior to the 2015-16 academic year.

Application Deadline: Friday, September 5th, 2014
Your application is not considered complete until you send your unofficial transcript and resume/CV to agep@indiana.edu or by mail to:
Rebecca Conway Winkle - GU2IU
Indiana University Graduate School
130 S. Woodlawn Avenue
Kirkwood Hall 111
Bloomington, IN 47405