The African American Dance Company captures and delivers the spirit of dance styles of the African Diaspora. The company's repertoire consists of original choreography based on a fusion of modern, jazz, African American, Latin American and African Diaspora dance styles.
Phi Delta Kappa International is the premier professional association for educators. For more than 100 years, it has focused its work on the tenets of service, research, and leadership.
PDK is one of the largest education associations and has more than 35,000 members, including teachers, principals, superintendents, and higher education faculty and administrators. PDK publishes the highly-regarded Phi Delta Kappan,
PDK's mission is to support education, particularly public education, as the cornerstone of democracy. Its vision is to be the experts in cultivating great educators for tomorrow while continuing to ensure high-quality education for today.
IU School of Music Room
Bloomington, IN 46208
The Indiana University New Music Ensemble dedicates its efforts to performing a broad spectrum of contemporary music, focusing on works from the past thirty years, but also presenting significant works from earlier in the 20th century. Along with solo, chamber, and large ensemble works by composers from around the world, a typical concert includes music by a guest composer and a work by a member of the Indiana University Composition Department, the latter of which is recorded soon after the concert.
The IUOSA representatives include the elected president, president-elect, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and two student representatives from each Optometry class. Additionally, both the AOSA trustee and the trustee-elect are involved in IUOSA decision making. Membership is open to all students enrolled in the School of Optometry. By paying one set of dues to IUOSA, you become a member of IUOSA and the AOSA, AOA, and IOA organizations. Every student is welcome and encouraged to participate in IUOSA and its many projects. Weekly meetings in the student lounge on the third floor of the optometry building are open to all members
This chapter of the ACM serves students at Indiana University interested in Information
Technology and a variety of topics related to computerization.
ACM has numerous Special Interest Groups with topics ranging from artificial intelligence to software engineering. These interests are represented in teaching and research in various departments at Indiana University.
The mission of Hilltop Garden and Nature Center is to provide a central place for research and education in gardening and nature. Our purpose is simple: to show how gardening deepens our awareness of all of nature around us. This, in turn, improves the health and wellbeing of each one of us, as well as our community as a whole.
Active Membership is open to individuals engaged in music teaching or other music-related educational work. Each active member has the right to vote and hold office and receives a subscription to the Music Educators Journal and Teaching Music. All active members hold concurrent membership in their respective federated state association of MENC.
1201 E. Third Street
Merrill Hall 003
Bloomington, IN 47405
The Recorder Program offers students 7-18 years old the opportunity to study recorder through individual lessons and group interaction with classically trained musicians. Each child will receive one private lesson per week, and may also choose to add one ensemble lesson per week. The teaching method is friendly and effective, with students playing after the first lesson. At the end of each semester the students will demonstrate their accomplishments by performing in one of the concert halls at the Jacobs School of Music.
The Recorder Program is designed to establish a strong musical and technical foundation for playing and a lifetime of musical enjoyment. Students will master the fundamentals that allow them skills to perform several kinds of music, join a variety of ensembles or even pursue studies at the collegiate level.