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Faculty Spotlight: Meghan Kahn9th February 2016

  Meghan Kahn Assistant Professor of Psychology School of Social Sciences   Biography Dr. Meghan Kahn is assistant professor of psychology in the School of Social Sciences at IU Southeast. She joined the faculty in 2009 from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, where she had already distinguished herself through research and teaching …

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IU Southeast joins IU Regional Law Scholars Program25th January 2016

By Steven Krolak NEW ALBANY, Ind. — Beginning in Fall 2016, IU Southeast students and alumni will have the chance to obtain a 50 percent scholarship for law school. The Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis has entered into an agreement with IU Southeast and four other IU regional campuses to …

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What’s New: Certificate in public sector management7th December 2015

What’s New at IU Southeast? The post-baccalaureate certificate in public sector management gives college graduates and those already working in the public sector a pathway to acquiring and documenting additional skills that can help them broaden their marketability in this growing field. When is it offered? Spring 2016 What does it look like? Students take …

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International photography contest winners announced1st December 2015

By Steven Krolak NEW ALBANY, Ind. — Works by IU Southeast undergraduates Chelsea Markuson and Adelene Sublett have won the 2015 IU Southeast International Photography Contest critic’s choice awards, judged by photojournalist and activist Amira Karouai. Speaking of her photo, “Tel Aviv Nights” (see homepage), taken in Israel in 2014, Markuson said, “Two young women …

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Grenadiers gain scholarships and experience at IU Undergraduate Research Conference24th November 2015

By Steven Krolak Seven IU Southeast students have won $250 scholarships at the 21st annual IU Undergraduate Research Conference (IUURC) held on Fri., Nov. 20 on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. Cara Bareis, Evangeline Flowers, Christian French, Aubrey Garman, Tyler Risinger, Janet Saborsky and Cara Nichole Young received the honors for projects ranging …

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IU Southeast students win top awards at model United Nations conference17th November 2015

By Steven Krolak It’s one thing to have opinions about the war in Syria or Chinese expansion. But what if you sat on the United Nations Security Council as the representative of one of the member states? How would you choose to vote on matters that directly involved your country’s national interest as well as …

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Visiting artist Amira Karaoud unites photography and social justice13th November 2015

Amira Karaoud is a Tunisian-born photojournalist living in Louisville, Ky. After earning an MBA in finance and working on Wall Street, she became increasingly devoted to photography. She embarked upon a photographic world tour, focusing on social issues, particularly injustice against women. Her exhibition, “Ligne Rouge,” her first project on women’s rights in Asia, was …

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Horizon wins “Pulitzer” of collegiate journalism3rd November 2015

By Steven Krolak NEW ALBANY, Ind.—The Horizon, IU Southeast’s student newspaper, has struck gold. The Horizon took home a 2015 Pacemaker Award from the Associated Collegiate Press at the National College Media Convention in Austin, Texas, Oct. 28 – Nov. 1. The award is considered the highest accolade in college journalism. “It’s the college equivalent …

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