Indiana University Bloomington contributes importantly to diversity and inclusion in physics nationwide. One of the first predominantly white institutions to appoint an African American physics faculty member (Homer Neal in 1967), over the last 25 years IUB has awarded significantly more PhDs to Hispanic Americans than other departments of its size. Its undergraduate program and faculty remain predominantly white and male. The department has responded to calls for greater equity, diversity, and inclusion through its participation in the APS Bridge Program, the APS Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity Alliance (APS-IDEA), and the AIP TEAM-UP project to increase bachelor’s degrees to African Americans. This colloquium will compare the department’s historical data with national trends and offer a preview of what IUB Physics might, with sustained effort, look and feel like in 2030.