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IU Southeast selected to participate in Global Civic Literacy initiative15th October 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–IU Southeast is one of ten institutions selected to participate in the Global Civic Literacy initiative. The initiative is designed to help students increase their knowledge of our global society and understand how global issues influence the lives of everyday citizens. The project is a collaboration of the American Association …

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Social Sciences Forum to discuss transgender issues15th October 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–Transgender issues are the focus of the first Social Sciences Forum of the academic year. Dr. Meghan Kahn, associate professor of psychology; clinical staff from Mandala House, an outpatient mental health center in Louisville; and members of the local Trans community will discuss the difference between sex and gender, social …

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From India by design: guest experts lead workshops for students and the public11th October 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–What is design? Believe it or not, this question has not easy answer, even for designers. This week, two design experts from India are visiting IU Southeast, and sharing theory and practice from the forefront of the field with IU Southeast students and the public. They will hold workshops with …

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Teacher educator Dr. Debi Mink awarded National Clinical Practice Fellowship11th October 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–Dr. Debi Mink, professor of elementary education, has received the 2020 National Clinical Practice Fellowship from the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) and the National Association for Professional Development Schools (NAPDS). The award will help the IU Southeast School of Education strengthen its clinical practice program. Clinical Practice Fellows attend …

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Ogle Center brings award-winning musical ensemble to area students9th October 2019

By Carmen Miller (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)- Chanticleer men’s acapella choir visited IU Southeast on Friday, Oct. 4, to perform selections from their Grammy award-winning repertoire and to teach a masterclass for local high school students and IU Southeast choir members. This visit was thanks largely to the efforts of Kirk Randolph, director of the Paul …

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A new spin on networking: Business instructors join forces to boost student career readiness9th October 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–For the past two years, School of Business faculty and the Center for Career Development have been organizing networking events that bring together business students and local employers. Some were buttoned-down and structured, while others were more whimsical, like last year’s “speed dating” set-up. This year, a group of four …

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Dr. Alan Zollman honored with prestigious education award24th September 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–Dr. Alan Zollman, professor of education, will receive the George Mallinson Distinguished Service Award from the School Science and Mathematics Association (SSMA). This is the highest honor of the 108-year-old international education research group, and recognizes those who have been a member of SSMA for at least ten years and …

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Inaugural Faculty Research/Creativity Day showcases scholarship and impact21st September 2019

(NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–Ever wonder what IU Southeast instructors do when they’re not teaching? The answer will be revealed on Friday, September 27 at the inaugural IU Southeast Faculty Research/Creativity day, a showcase of scholarly endeavor for one and all. Faculty from every school will present their most recent and/or compelling work. Students and community members …

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Fifth annual Mental Health Awareness Week expands the conversation21st September 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–IU Southeast is proud to invite the campus community to participate in Mental Health Awareness Week, September 23—28. The event, now in its fifth year, features a variety of opportunities for education, involvement, reflection and activism. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college-age Americans, lending a particular …

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