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Service learning: IU Southeast graduate education students contribute to community at Churchill Downs2nd July 2018

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—Beyond the glitz of Churchill Downs, in the shadow of the Jumbotron towering over the first turn, lies the “Backside,” a concentration of nearly 50 barns and other buildings that is home and workplace to nearly 1,000 people, and even more horses. Here can be found racing outfitters and veterinary …

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What’s New: Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling13th March 2018

What’s new at IU Southeast? Our new Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling program provides coursework and clinical experience that enable graduates to become licensed mental health counselors in the State of Indiana and most other states. Graduates will have career opportunities in a wide variety of organizations, such as community agencies, nonprofit mental …

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What’s New: Master of Science in Management15th February 2018

What’s new at IU Southeast? Our Master of Science in Management—the only graduate management degree in the region!—helps you develop the skills required to successfully manage or lead an organization in areas such as non-profit, government, healthcare or for-profit enterprise. When is it offered? Beginning Fall 2018. What does it look like? The M.S. in Management …

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School of Education receives grant to offer 12 free credit hours for Advance to Teaching and dual-credit candidates in STEM fields9th January 2018

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—IU Southeast’s School of Education is offering 12 hours of free graduate tuition to students enrolled in the Advance to Teaching (A2T) and dual-credit pathways in STEM content areas. The offer is part of the school’s Growing Tomorrow’s STEM Teachers (GTST) initiative to enhance recruitment, preparation and advancement of highly-qualified …

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What’s New: Master of Science in Nursing20th September 2017

What’s New at IU Southeast? The Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) degree prepares registered nurses with advanced practice nursing knowledge in the areas of nursing education and administration to enhance health care delivery for the community, while serving in leadership and administrative roles. When is it offered? Beginning Fall 2017 What does it look …

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What’s New: Graduate Certificate in Modern World History28th July 2017

What’s new at IU Southeast? The graduate certificate in Modern World History is a career-focused program that provides advanced training in the methods and skills of historians, helping high school teachers satisfy new state guidelines for instruction in dual-credit programs, and giving other admitted graduate students insights into world history  from a broad, comparative perspective. …

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Graduate Research Journal editors recount labor of love5th July 2017

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—If you’re searching for a good beach read this summer, you couldn’t do much better than the IU Southeast Graduate Research Journal (GRJ). Seriously. The latest installment of the journal, showcasing the scholarship of grad students in 2016, features a dozen papers on topics ranging from the ecology of Caperton …

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What’s New: Graduate Certificate in Program Leadership and Evaluation26th August 2016

What’s New at IU Southeast? Our new graduate certificate in program leadership and evaluation gives interested students the opportunity to continue their education and expand their skills in preparation for successful careers in psychology-related fields. When is it offered? Beginning fall 2016 What does it look like? The certificate requires that students take five graduate-level …

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Diversity education graduate students gain perspective through summer service learning immersion11th August 2016

By Steven Krolak This summer, Alice Markiewicz, a graduate student in the School of Education at IU Southeast, found herself at the Iroquois Library in Louisville, discussing the taste of camel meat with a 22-year old refugee from Somalia. “I asked her what her favorite food was,” said Markiewicz. “She said it was camel, and …

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