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Freshman Jessi Kramer wins 2022 Voices of Change Speech Contest7th February 2022

By Rebecca Carlton and Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–Jessi Kramer, a freshman pre-nursing major from Corydon, Indiana, has won the 2022 Voices of Change Speech Contest, earning a scholarship valued at $250. She urged listeners to select healthier beverage choices in her speech titled “Stop the Consumption: Eliminate Soft Drinks from Your Daily Routine.” Kramer …

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Glover takes new role at IU Southeast, Dailey-Weaver named interim AD7th October 2021

New Albany, Ind. – Indiana University Southeast Acting Chancellor Dr. Kathryn Girten has announced the appointment of Joe Glover as the Interim Vice Chancellor of Advancement, Alumni, and External Affairs starting on Oct. 4. “Joe is an outstanding campus and community leader who understands IU Southeast and its importance in our region as well as anyone I …

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IU Southeast Athletics to Pause All Athletic Activities16th December 2020

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – On the advice of the Indiana University Medical Response Team (MRT), and in the best interests of our student athletes, coaches, athletic staffs, and communities, the Regional Campuses of Indiana University will pause all intercollegiate athletics activity effective December 19. Training and practices will not resume until January 19 at the …

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Glover To Serve as NAIA-Athletics Directors Association President For 2020-21 Academic Year6th July 2020

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – Indiana University Southeast Director of Athletics Joe Glover has held a variety of leadership positions throughout his career in collegiate athletics, but his most unique challenge may be upcoming. At the end of June he will take over as President of the NAIA Athletics Directors Association (NAIA-ADA) and will guide the …

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Natalie Fichter, nurse and student-athlete, on the frontline against COVID-1920th April 2020

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–Early last season, after the IU Southeast Grenadiers women’s basketball team lost reserve post-player Gabby Read to injury, Natalie Fichter was moved to center. She had played the position in high school, at Sacred Heart Academy in Louisville, Kentucky, but at 5-feet 9-nine inches tall, had played small forward or …

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