BLOOMINGTON – Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie will deliver his final State of the University address scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Thursday, April 22, on the IU Bloomington campus has been postponed to Tuesday, May 4th at 1:30 p.m.
In accordance with IU’s COVID-19 protocols, only a small, physically distant audience will be present.
In keeping with the Faculty Constitution and IU tradition, the University Faculty Council invites the president to present a report on the state of the university each year. All members of the IU community and public are invited to virtually attend the address via livestream broadcasting at broadcast.iu.edu or on IU Bloomington Campus Cable Channel 5.
McRobbie’s address will also be available for viewing the following ways:
- Live on Digital Multicast Broadcast Channel WTIU-World 30.2, on Comcast/Xfinity Cable Channel 17 or Channel 419 or Channel 1162 in Bloomington, or where available.
- On tape delay at 5 and 11 p.m. April 22 on Digital Multicast Broadcast Channel WTIU-HD 30.1, on WTIU Comcast/Xfinity Cable Channel 5 or Channel 1030 in Bloomington, or where available. Also available on IU campus cable channel 5.
- Via archived broadcast, available soon after the address, at broadcast.iu.edu.
In August 2020, McRobbie announced his plans to retire after 14 years as president and 24 years in senior positions at IU.
During his tenure as IU’s 18th president, the university has been recognized for its leadership across a wide range of key areas, including student success, research and scholarly excellence, information technology, community engagement, international education, health sciences, training and research, and the state’s economic development.
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