NEW ALBANY, Ind. – IU Southeast will highlight the breadth of faculty research and innovation during Indiana University’s 200 Festival—the official kick-off to IU’s year-long bicentennial celebration.
IU Southeast faculty will participate in a Faculty Research & Creativity Day on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019. The community is invited to discover the important work and impacts of faculty researchers beginning at 9 a.m. at the University Center North Conference Center, a free award luncheon will follow at 12 p.m. in the Hoosier Room.
The Indiana University 200 Festival hosts events and activities that invite IU community members to celebrate, chronicle, document and explore all that makes IU the world-class university it is today. As part of that celebration, IU campuses across the state are highlighting the work of faculty researchers to show how their innovations are making an impact in Indiana and around the world.
The Faculty Research and Creativity Day will include presentations on the expansion of digital tools in creative processes, bringing augmented reality into STEM classrooms, the chemistry of beer and much more.
“Faculty from across the IU Southeast campus and from each of the schools will be presenting their research and/or creative activity,” said Diane Wille, dean of Graduate Studies and Research. “IU Southeast faculty are involved in amazing research which ranges from investigating methods to better teach science to children and adolescence to discoveries which lay the groundwork for medical treatments of the future.”