By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–The IU Southeast biology program has received a grant from the IU Women’s Philanthropy Leadership Council to support its initiative, “Science is for Everyone: Broadening Access to Undergraduate Research.” This innovative project enables introductory biology undergraduates to participate in a year-long, in-class, authentic research project to identify and characterize novel …
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A message from IU President Michael A. McRobbie. IU’s regional campuses have a long history of providing high-quality educational services and have evolved into valuable community resources across Indiana.
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NEW ALBANY, IN, (Dec. 10, 2013) – The Indiana University Board of Trustees has approved the creation of an online Bachelor of Applied Science degree program, the first bachelor’s degree program offered jointly by all five IU-administered regional campuses and one of the first B.A.S. degrees offered in the state.
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NEW ALBANY, IN, (Feb. 16, 2012) – Indiana University Southeast contributed millions of dollars and thousands of jobs to the state of Indiana last year, according to an economic impact study released today.
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NEW ALBANY, IN (Nov. 8, 2011) – The most effective university and community partnerships are a two-way street. How do we define best practices in building strong, reciprocal partnerships? What roles do such partnerships play in addressing the Hoosier Brain Drain? Faculty, students, staff, and the community can be part of the conversation during the University Partnerships and Reciprocity Conference from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday, Nov. 14. Participants can attend the conference in person at IUPUI or can join in via video conference from IU campuses across the state, including IU Southeast.
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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana University today (Oct. 24) unveiled a plan to significantly reduce undergraduate tuition for summer-semester students beginning in 2012 in order to provide financial relief to many of its students, promote year-round college attendance and decrease the time it takes many students to earn a degree. Beginning next summer, Indiana resident undergraduates enrolled at any of the seven IU campuses statewide will receive a 25-percent discount in tuition for courses taken in the summer.
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NEW ALBANY, IN (Aug. 4, 2011) – A new plan in place at Indiana University’s regional campuses puts emphasis on student attainment and the role of the regional universities. Indiana University’s Blueprint for Student Attainment leads students at IU’s regional campuses – including IU Southeast – toward greater success while addressing the growing importance of the regional campuses to the state and regions they serve.
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INDIANAPOLIS — Budgets are tight. Good decisions are critical. A series of regional workshops designed to provide tools and techniques to measure economic impact can help community leaders determine the best investments for their communities’ economic future. Conducted at locations across Indiana this summer, the series’ next workshop will take place in New Albany.
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