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Teacher educators give lessons in edible ed at Indiana State Reading Conference14th October 2015

To spend time with education professors Dr. Deborah Mink and Dr. Jacque Singleton is to experience the joy of elementary education — and cookies. Both joy and cookies were on display when the two IU Southeast faculty members presented “The Rainbow Fish Loves Math” at last month’s Indiana State Reading Conference in Indianapolis, Ind. Now in …

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IU Southeast professor speaks on creativity at operational excellence conference13th October 2015

NEW ALBANY, Ind. (Oct. 13, 2015) — Brian Atwater, assistant professor of operations and supply chain management in the School of Business at IU Southeast, will present the paper “Using Creative Problem Solving to Address Supply Chain Issues” at the 41st Partners in Business Operational Excellence Conference at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at …

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Faculty Spotlight: Michael Hutchins12th October 2015

Michael Hutchins School of Arts and Letters Assistant Professor of German Biography Michael Hutchins is an assistant professor of German at IU Southeast. He is widely published on topics ranging from trends in German popular culture to technology in teaching and the works of the novelist, W.G. Sebald. Among numerous other distinctions, Hutchins is an …

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IU Southeast librarian brings information literacy to library instruction9th October 2015

What is a library? Is it merely a static building that contains books, journals and other research materials organized by subject, author and title? Until recently, that definition might have been the prevailing wisdom, especially in non-academic settings. Today, not so much. Today’s academic library increasingly understands itself as an active participant in the teaching …

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IU Southeast joins with community to discuss ending homelessness in Southern Indiana7th October 2015

By Rachel Terlep NEW ALBANY, Ind. — How can one end homelessness in Southern Indiana? It’s a loaded question with no clear-cut answer, but Indiana University Southeast is playing an instrumental role in bringing the discussion to light. IU Southeast co-hosted a public forum with the News and Tribune titled “Facing Homelessness: A community conversation” on Tuesday …

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Chancellor Wallace’s “Documenting Directions” finds symmetry, connections in global community6th October 2015

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — The intensity in the girl’s eyes burned back at the camera lens, captured forever with a click of the shutter. “Look at those eyes,” IU Southeast Chancellor Ray Wallace said, studying the picture. “She is so mad at me because I have outstayed my welcome. I have taken too many shots, and she …

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Dinosaur Diets: Visiting scholar Dr. Carole Gee explores Jurassic habitats1st October 2015

Internationally renowned paleobotanist, Dr. Carole Gee will visit IU Southeast to deliver two presentations on plant evolution, one to students and one to the public. Currently a member of the teaching and research faculty in both the Geosciences (Paleontology) and the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology and Paleobiology at the University of Bonn in …

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Campus parking system improvements coming, services unavailable Oct. 22 – Nov. 21st October 2015

UPDATE: Indiana University has delayed the parking changes and will now experience down time between Oct. 22 – Nov. 2. NEW ALBANY, Ind. — IU Southeast is updating to a new and improved parking system, which will allow for online parking permit purchase and citation payment once completed. During the transition, the IU Southeast Police Department …

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