Indiana University’s President is now officially a US citizen. Michael McRobbie took the oath of allegiance Monday in a private ceremony on IU’s campus. McRobbie and his three children came to the US in 1997 when he was appointed as vice-president for information technology. McRobbie went on to hold a handful of other positions before being chosen as IU president in 2007. In a press release sent out to media following today’s citizenship ceremony, McRobbie thanked Indiana and IU alumni. He said he has had the opportunity to live the American Dream.