At the Kinsey Institute, we're always learning. Our educational opportunities, fellowships, grants, and outreach programs help ensure that you can do the same.
Next session: February 9-12, 2023
Our next session of the Human Sexuality Intensive will be available in-person in Bloomington, Indiana and live online. The course will survey foundation concepts in human sexuality as well as recent research from the Kinsey Institute.
This minor is co-directed by the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction and the Interdepartmental Graduate Committee on Human Sexuality and offered to students in a PhD program at Indiana University. The Human Sexuality Program offers a doctoral minor of 12 credits from related interdisciplinary subject areas.
In partnership with the IU School of Medicine's Bloomington campus, the Kinsey Institute offers a Scholarly Concentration in Human Sexuality and Health for medical students enrolled at IU. Students will take summer courses with Kinsey faculty and work on a project with Kinsey researchers.
Next session April 28-29, 2023
Gender, Sexuality, and Medicine: An introduction to LGBTQIA+ competent care. In-person and online attendance options.
The Kinsey Institute Discussion Series highlights current research by sex and sexuality scholars from a wide array of disciplines. Lectures are offered throughout the academic year and are free and open to the public.
Read along with the Kinsey Institute as we explore recent works related to sex, gender, and sexuality. Live discussions with the authors will be available online.
The Kinsey Institute offers a variety of awards to scholars and students to support research that uses the institute's research collections and archives.
Sexuality and intimate relationships are essential to our individual and collective well-being. Your support will help the Kinsey Institute advance research and education in the science of love, sexuality, gender, and sexual health, and give a diverse field of researchers the resources they need to make new discoveries.Pledge your support