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IU Southeast volunteers prep for local park cleanup31st March 2011

NEW ALBANY, IN (March 31, 2011) – IU Southeast volunteers are tackling local park cleanup for the annual Day of Service. The Grenadier Outstanding Leadership Development Program (GOLD) and the IU Southeast Student Government Association are sponsoring this year’s Day of Service clean up and beautification of Billy Herman Park in downtown New Albany.

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IU Southeast faculty to host Oral History Workshop at Jeffersonville Library23rd February 2011

NEW ALBANY, IN (Feb. 22, 2011) – Learn how to help keep history alive at the Community Oral History Workshop. Dr. Carl E. Kramer, director of the Institute for Local and Oral History at Indiana University Southeast and a long-time historian of southern Indiana and the Greater Louisville Metropolitan Region, will conduct an oral history workshop at the Jeffersonville Township Public Library from 9:30 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Feb. 24.

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World-renowned economist Arthur Laffer to speak at IU Southeast1st February 2011

NEW ALBANY, IN, (Feb. 1, 2011) – The “Father of Supply Side Economics” will share his business sense with Indiana University Southeast during the second annual Sanders Speaker Series. Arthur B. Laffer will be the keynote speaker at 6 p.m., Feb. 22, at the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center at IU Southeast. Laffer is a world-renowned economist and the founder and chairman of Laffer Associates and Laffer Investments. He was deemed the “The Father of Supply-Side Economics” for his work contributing to a world-wide tax-cutting movement in the 1980s.

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Economists to provide 2010 Outlook at IU Southeast9th November 2010

NEW ALBANY, IN, (Nov. 9, 2010) – As the U.S. economy remains a hot topic nationally and worldwide, the Indiana University Southeast School of Business will share its forecast for recovery or further decline at the annual Economic Outlook breakfast.

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IU Southeast students track endangered sea turtles in Egypt27th October 2010

NEW ALBANY, IN (Oct. 27, 2010) – Several Indiana University Southeast students and their professors made their way to Africa this past summer to research two different species of endangered animals. The IU Southeast Field Biology course traveled to the Red Sea coast of Egypt to work with Egyptian rangers, attaching satellite transmitters to endangered green sea turtles. Preservation of these specific turtles is important as they are key components of the marine ecosystem.

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