Humanities Initiative Grants, Quantum Leap Grants provide public with access to history, literature and STEM-related projects
One-day event is free to attend and part of Indiana Humanities’ One State / One Story: Frankenstein initiative
During Indiana Humanities' Quantum Leap Field Trip to the Purdue University Bee Lab, attendees explored the connections between poetry and pollination.
We uncovered the significant history of science of this tiny Indiana town.
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