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Spirits soar at inaugural Multicultural Graduation Celebration7th May 2019

To the beat of African drumming, provided with fervor by the group Kuvebo!, the nearly four dozen graduating students in Commencement regalia processed into the Hoosier Room and took their seats amid rapturous applause from family and friends, faculty and staff. The inaugural Multicultural Graduation Celebration was off to a good start. And it only …

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William M. Duffy, sculptor in our midst, honored by Louisville Visual Arts7th March 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–William M. Duffy, an artist and educator who works part time in the IU Southeast Office of Facilities Management, has received the 2019 Bill Fischer Award for Visual Art from Louisville Visual Art and the Community Foundation of Louisville. Duffy joined the staff of IU Southeast in September, working the …

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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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Vice Chancellor Dana Wavle named Chief of Staff9th October 2018

Dana Wavle has been appointed chief of staff for the IU Southeast chancellor, in addition to continuing his role as vice chancellor for administration and finance.  In his expanded role, Wavle will provide additional support for the operation of the chancellor’s office, covering a wide variety of administrative and executive duties, special projects and priorities.  …

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State of the Campus: Strong27th September 2018

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–IU Southeast Chancellor Dr. Ray Wallace delivered this year’s State of the Campus address, sounding a positive note. “The IU Southeast campus is, after a necessary fiscal realignment, in a very robust position with durable advances in all areas,” Wallace said. Detailing the many steps taken across all campus units …

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Every voice counts: Accreditation document opens for public comment13th September 2018

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—Every ten years since 1969, IU Southeast has earned accreditation, first from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, and then from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The campus is up for re-accreditation through HLC in 2020. The process includes both self-study report (known as the assurance argument) and a …

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Service Recognition Reception honors sustained dedication to IU Southeast20th October 2017

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—Chancellor Dr. Ray Wallace and campus leaders acknowledged the contributions of faculty and staff at this year’s service recognition reception. In his opening remarks, Chancellor Wallace noted that the group of employees ranging in age from 34 to 77 had devoted a total of 1,015 years of service to the …

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Human Trafficking Awareness Conference to highlight progress, challenges12th April 2017

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)— Last year, human trafficking made more money than Google, Nike and Starbucks combined. This statistic, from the website of Free2Hope, a Louisville organization that educates and equips the general public to combat trafficking, brings home the scope and the urgency of a global problem with distinctly local impacts. Amid …

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