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IU Southeast chancellor and vice chancellors to discuss campus accomplishments at virtual State of Campus address5th October 2020

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – Indiana University Southeast Chancellor Ray Wallace, along with IU Southeast vice chancellors, the regional campus chief information officer and the faculty senate president, will provide a status update on the campus. The address will be held Friday, Oct. 9, at 9 a.m. and can be accessed via the IU Southeast State …

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Campus events sponsored by The Common Experience will focus on sustainability and mindfulness22nd September 2020

The Common Experience at IU Southeast is hosting a series of events to educate the public about sustainability and mindfulness. This year’s theme is “Sustainability: Being Mindful & Making a Difference.” As part of its 2020 program, The Common Experience is examining issues raised by the book, “Rooted in the Earth: Reclaiming the African American …

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IU Southeast reports increases in graduate student enrollment and diversity3rd September 2020

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – Indiana University Southeast reports an increase in graduate students and diversity in the fall 2020 census count. As part of IU Southeast’s initiative to increase graduate degree programs and enrollment, the number of new graduate students enrolled has grown 74.6 percent from 2019. The number of new first-generation graduate students has …

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IU Southeast kicks off the school year with Move-In Day, New Student Induction and Week of Welcome17th August 2020

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — Due to the current health crisis caused by COVID-19, IU Southeast’s traditional school year kick-off events will look a little different this year. IU Southeast will still welcome students home to their lodges for the 2020-21 school year, but health and safety measures will be taken to support the well-being of …

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Susanna Crum leads printmaking collaboration to support artists and raise awareness during pandemic30th June 2020

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–When the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Kentuckiana, Susanna Crum, assistant professor of fine arts for printmaking, and her partner, artist and educator Rudy Salgado, were forced to close their Louisville printmaking studio, Calliope Arts. “We found ourselves alone with a fully-equipped studio for the first time,” Crum said. It didn’t …

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A statement on IU Southeast’s commitment to diversity and equity1st June 2020

To IU Southeast Students, Faculty, and Staff,  In response to the recent tragic events in Minneapolis and the demonstrations in cities around the nation, IU President McRobbie wrote yesterday: “… what is happening in Minneapolis and other cities around the nation serves as a powerful reminder that we have a special obligation to work to …

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IU Southeast names Kelly Ryan executive vice chancellor for academic affairs20th May 2020

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – Indiana University Southeast announced today that Kelly Ryan, current dean of the School of Social Sciences, will assume the role of executive vice chancellor for academic affairs (EVCAA) on July 1, 2020. Ryan was selected after a nationwide search to find the top candidate to assume the duties of the chief …

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Virtual recognition planned to celebrate the Class of 20208th May 2020

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – While Commencement has been postponed to fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indiana University Southeast campus will still honor its graduates via a virtual recognition. The IU Southeast Class of 2020 is made up of 919 candidates, including 814 bachelor’s degrees, 120 master’s degrees and 5 associate degrees. The Class …

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