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Faculty Innovator: Jared Law-Penrose19th November 2020

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–Jared Law-Penrose, assistant professor of business, sums up his teaching philosophy in one word: Curiosity. It was curiosity that won him a Boren Scholarship as an undergraduate for a year-long study in Russia to investigate the way media exportation affected Russian college student perceptions of American culture. It was curiosity …

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IU Southeast surpasses bicentennial campaign goal, raises over $17 million10th November 2020

NEW ALBANY, Ind – Indiana University Southeast raised more than $17 million as part of a campaign celebrating IU’s 200th anniversary, surpassing its original goal of $14 million. Funds from For All: The Indiana University Bicentennial Campaign, which was publicly launched in September 2015, have created 45 new scholarships. More than 5,300 donors contributed to …

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AREC presents Forward Together revitalization recommendations for Scott County9th November 2020

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–IU Southeast’s Applied Research Education Center (AREC) has presented “Forward Together,” a report that establishes baseline data to guide future community and economic development efforts in Scott County, Indiana. The report, commissioned by the Scott County Community Foundation and funded by the Lilly Endowment Inc., draws upon exhaustive surveys of …

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IU Southeast to host first virtual economic outlook panel9th November 2020

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – IU Southeast will host the first virtual Indiana Business Outlook Panel on Monday, Nov. 16, at 9 a.m. via Zoom. Following the presentation, a public question-and-answer session will take place. Esteemed IU faculty panelists, among the leading economic leaders in the state, will share their economic predictions for the upcoming year …

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Coming Together: Post-election forum aims to bridge partisan divides1st November 2020

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–What will happen on November 3? Nobody knows. But regardless of the outcome of this year’s election, which may or may not be immediately clear, people of all political orientations will resume their lives on November 4. For most, that means working, shopping, learning and living alongside those with differing …

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