IU Rural Conference Tackling Issues Such As Health, Housing

(BLOOMINGTON) – The Indiana University Rural Conference on Sept. 29 and 30 will bring together rural residents and leaders and IU faculty, researchers, staff and students in a virtual forum to address some of Indiana’s greatest challenges and opportunities.

Hosted by the IU Center for Rural Engagement, the IU Rural Conference includes 15 breakout sessions on topics including health, quality of place, housing, the arts and community resilience. The two-day conference will also feature keynote remarks from Hancock Health President and CEO Steve Long, IU Bloomington Provost and Executive Vice President Lauren Robel, and Minnesota-based Art of the Rural executive director Matthew Fluharty.

Registration, a full list of presentations and additional details about the conference are available on the event website.