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Nationally recognized mental health and suicide prevention program coming to IU Southeast7th December 2017

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – Indiana University Southeast Counseling Services has received a $7,500 grant from the Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County to bring a nationally recognized mental health and suicide prevention event to the IU Southeast campus in the fall of 2018. “Send Silence Packing” is a public exhibit with the goal of raising awareness …

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IU Southeast names 2018 Chancellor’s Medallion honorees27th November 2017

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – Indiana University Southeast is proud to announce four recipients of the 2018 Chancellor’s Medallion. Dr. Dan Eichenberger, president and CEO of Baptist Health Floyd, Kent Lanum, president and CEO of the Ogle Foundation, and Denny and Dot Ott, founders and owners of Clarksville construction company Dennis Ott & Co. Inc., will …

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Ogle Center brings nationally recognized space science program to area students9th November 2017

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — An award-winning, nationally recognized program in space science is coming to the IU Southeast Ogle Center, thanks to a generous grant from the Duke Energy Foundation. The grant supports special programming in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) for the 2017-2018 season. As part of the Ogle Center’s Duke Energy …

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Luncheon celebrates scholarship recipients, thanks generous donors6th November 2017

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — Indiana University Southeast celebrated its scholarship recipients and the donors that made those gifts possible at the annual Scholarship Luncheon on Sunday, Nov. 5. Nearly 200 scholarship recipients and supporters shared stories and successes over lunch in the Hoosier Room. Student speakers Jonathan Grimes, Cassy Goodridge and Rebekah Raisor stories of …

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$1.5 million gift to create program drawing master artists and scholars to campus26th October 2017

A new fine arts program at IU Southeast will bring master artists and creative scholars of national and international renown to teach, work and research at the university on a temporary basis. Supported by a $1.5 million bequest through the Brian and Cynthia Jones Artist in Excellence Fund, the Master Artists and Scholars Program will …

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Lilly Endowment Inc. grant to boost IU Southeast School Counseling program and improve outcomes for K-12 students12th October 2017

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – The Indiana University Foundation has received a $200,000 implementation grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. on behalf of Indiana University Southeast. The grant will allow IU Southeast to enhance its School Counseling program, provide services to area schools and facilitate school-community partnerships, all with a larger goal of improving academic, college, career …

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New scholarship for student-athletes is first of its kind at IU Southeast9th October 2017

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — Two longtime advocates of Indiana University Southeast athletics have endowed a one-of-a-kind scholarship to support Grenadier student-athletes. Dot and Denny Ott, founders and owners of Clarksville construction company Dennis Ott & Co. Inc., have committed $50,000 to create the D. Ott Family Scholarship at IU Southeast. The Otts’ scholarship will support …

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Alumna Sue Sanders receives IU Foundation Cornerstone Award12th June 2017

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A longtime Indiana University Southeast supporter was among those honored by Indiana University and the IU Foundation as the university’s 2017 Partners in Philanthropy. During a ceremony June 8, C. Sue Sanders was honored with the Cornerstone Award, which recognizes individuals whose partnership, volunteerism and generosity have been instrumental to the success …

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Retired professor pledges 94 acres towards IU Southeast research, sustainability efforts1st May 2017

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — A retired professor of educational psychology has committed his farm and home for future use at IU Southeast. The university will use Dr. Carl deGraaf’s 94 acres in Elizabeth, Indiana, for academic research, sustainability efforts, recreation and natural resource and habitat preservation. DeGraaf’s home on the property will be used for …

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IU Southeast brings scholarship donors, recipients together18th October 2016

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — Indiana University Southeast celebrated its scholarship recipients and the donors that made those gifts possible at the annual Scholarship Luncheon on Sunday, Oct. 16. “Scholarship is vital to the university,” Chancellor Ray Wallace said in his address to attendees. “Our donors’ generosity in supporting these scholarships is benefitting students every day. Many …

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