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Accreditation Ambassador: Melissa Hill31st January 2019

Accreditation Ambassadors is a series of stories that will show how individuals and their departments are helping IU Southeast cultivate and maintain a culture of constant improvement. Melissa HillDirector of Academic Account Services Office of Administrative Affairs Melissa Hill has worked at IU Southeast for 14 years. In that time she has taken on a …

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Supplemental Instruction is a helping hand when the going gets tough24th January 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—Zoe Terwiliger is a bright spot in the lives of many students. Alert, cheerful, patient and supportive, the graduating senior guides them through the daunting labyrinth of basic human anatomy. The students ask tough questions, offer random thoughts, laugh at a joke about something that happened in class, bear down …

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Dr. Sumreen Asim presentation shines at Clute International Conference on Education23rd January 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—Dr. Sumreen Asim, assistant professor of education in the areas of elementary science and technology, has received top honors for her presentation at the Clute International Conference on Education (Science Track) held earlier this month in Maui, Hawaii. Asim’s contribution, “The Expanding Elementary Teacher Candidates’ Beliefs Enrolled in a Technology-Infused …

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Faculty Innovator: Jean Abshire17th January 2019

Jean AbshireAssociate Professor of Political Science & International StudiesSchool of Social Sciences By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–There was always something on the wind for Jean Abshire. Something that called her to distant shores, peoples, languages, ways of thought. She responded to that call, visiting more than three dozen countries and devoting her career to …

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IU Southeast’s educational breakfast series continues with spring event17th January 2019

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – Thanks to a grant from the Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County, IU Southeast’s School of Business will continue to host “Breakfast, Books & Business,” a breakfast series designed to educate small business owners, leaders and employees on the latest techniques in management, marketing, human resources and other key topics. The next …

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Duke Energy grant to help establish Nonprofit Academy at IU Southeast15th January 2019

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – Indiana University Southeast’s School of Business received a $17,500 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation to establish the Duke Energy Nonprofit Academy, a professional development conference at IU Southeast. The Duke Energy Nonprofit Academy will be held on May 17, 2019, at 8 a.m. and will feature speakers, breakout sessions, a …

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Career Development Center offers one-on-one meetings with local employers14th January 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–Students looking for an easy way to connect with employers are in luck. Thanks to the Center for Career Development (CDC), students can stop by the Game Room Table in University Center South during the lunch hour for one-on-one meetings with representatives of local businesses. This is a good chance …

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Autism Lunch Bunch offers support and connection for students on spectrum14th January 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–Adapting to university life can be challenging for all students. It’s especially challenging for students on the Autism Spectrum, who are expected to handle new and difficult situations without the special support they have known in elementary, middle and high school. A ten-page syllabus or a high-pressure testing environment are …

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