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Where art and science meet: IU Southeast professor probes boundaries of drawing30th December 2015

By Steven Krolak IU Southeast assistant professor of fine arts Emily Sheehan is fond of saying, “Drawing is thinking.” That linkage lies at the core of her approach, known more academically as cognitive drawing. Last fall Sheehan shared her method and vision with a group of scholars and artists from around the world in a …

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Dr. Gerald Ruth receives highest honor awarded by governor of Indiana21st December 2015

By Rachel Terlep NEW ALBANY, Ind. — Dr. Gerald Ruth, professor of geosciences, received the Sagamore of the Wabash, the highest honor awarded by the governor of Indiana, for his service to the state. State Rep. Ed Clere, who had nominated Ruth for the award, presented him with a certificate during IU Southeast’s 75th Anniversary celebration on Dec. 4. Ruth retired from teaching in …

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What’s New: Certificate in Core Competencies18th December 2015

What’s New at IU Southeast? The certificate in core competencies gives people a pathway to better jobs or higher education by satisfying LEAP requirements and delivering in-demand “soft” skills in communication, critical thinking, adaptability, teamwork, leadership and more. When is it offered? Every semester. What does it look like? The program is designed so that full-time …

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Partnership puts IU Southeast nursing students at leading edge facility15th December 2015

By Steven Krolak “Wouldn’t you want to be here?” asked Sister Barbara Ann Zeller. Amid the sounds of gentle laughter and the smells of home cooking, one would be hard pressed to respond with anything but yes. “Here” is The Villas of Guerin Woods, a unique residential care community for seniors in Georgetown, Ind., owned …

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IU Southeast announces $14 million goal as part of the For All: Indiana University Bicentennial Campaign11th December 2015

By Rachel Terlep NEW ALBANY, Ind. — IU Southeast kicked off its 75th anniversary celebration year while also announcing its goal for the For All: Indiana University Bicentennial Campaign at a ceremony on Friday, Dec. 4. Addressing a room full of donors, faculty, staff and friends of the university, Chancellor Ray Wallace announced the institution’s $14 million goal …

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Kentucky Refugee Ministries brings “Super Saturday” to IU Southeast10th December 2015

  By Steven Krolak For the first time, IU Southeast was chosen to host a group of high-achieving middle and high school students who originally came to Louisville, Ky. as refugees, through a college and career readiness program run by Kentucky Refugee Ministries (KRM) of Louisville, in partnership with Catholic Charities Migration and Refugee Services. …

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What’s New: Certificate in public sector management7th December 2015

What’s New at IU Southeast? The post-baccalaureate certificate in public sector management gives college graduates and those already working in the public sector a pathway to acquiring and documenting additional skills that can help them broaden their marketability in this growing field. When is it offered? Spring 2016 What does it look like? Students take …

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Partnership enables education students to obtain IU degree at Ivy Tech Madison4th December 2015

By Steven Krolak Beginning in Fall 2016, teacher education students in Madison, Ind. and the surrounding area will be able to obtain an IU undergraduate degree without leaving home. Through a new partnership between IU Southeast and Ivy Tech Madison, students can complete the four-year program leading to a B.S. in elementary education at the …

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