Julia Bartusek, grants and programs intern, shares about a staff Pollinator Count and other ways to bee involved with citizen science!
Indiana Humanities programs include adult field trips, innovative speakers such as Kimberly Bryant (pictured), workshops, and more.
Marc Leeds, editor of The Vonnegut Encyclopedia, joined us for a conversation about Kurt Vonnegut's interest in Mary Shelley's creation
A recap of the Feb. 20, 2018, statewide Chew on This: Are We Our Data? in tweets
When we celebrate bicentennials, we go all in. Leah Nahmias, director of programs and community engagement, takes a look at what’s coming to life in 2018.
Indiana Humanities is offering the $100 stipends in honor of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination; conversations can be held anytime in 2018
Learn about our day full of research, writing and fellowship during the first Hoosier Women in STEM Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon
More than 25 libraries, schools, museums and other nonprofit organizations from Whiting to New Albany have received grants from Indiana Humanities this fall.