Co-convened by former Rep. Lee Hamilton and former Sen. Richard Lugar, the event is open to IU students, faculty and staff, and the public.
The series will feature alumnus Rafat Ali, New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman and documentary filmmaker James Balog.
The project led by three scholars in the Department of Religious Studies will cover areas from imaginative arts to empirical sciences.
The museum said there is also evidence that the Burmese military committed ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity.
Kovenant Lingenfelter spent one summer working at a refugee camp in Greece and another summer helping resettle immigrants in Indianapolis.
IU's International Education at the Crossroads honored the 60th anniversary of the National Defense Education Act.
Project GO is a national training program to encourage ROTC students to study critical languages and develop expertise.
"World War I: The End and the Aftermath" features researchers, experts and artists from schools at IU Bloomington and scholars from Europe.
IU will host leaders in education, business and government to address issues influencing international education to mark the anniversary.
The Shreve Scholars Program will provide undergraduate scholarships for direct-admit students from Indiana.
IU Libraries Moving Image Archive/Screening Room (Wells Library Basement)
Woodburn Hall (WH) 119
Fine Arts Building 015