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Field Biology program celebrating visiting 20 countries in 20 years2nd March 2016

By Kristin Kennedy NEW ALBANY, Ind. — As Indiana celebrates its bicentennial and IU Southeast observes its 75th anniversary, the IU Southeast Field Biology program is celebrating a significant milestone of its own. The Field Biology program has enabled students to explore more than 20 countries on four continents and two oceanic areas, all within 20 …

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Dinosaur Diets: Visiting scholar Dr. Carole Gee explores Jurassic habitats1st October 2015

Internationally renowned paleobotanist, Dr. Carole Gee will visit IU Southeast to deliver two presentations on plant evolution, one to students and one to the public. Currently a member of the teaching and research faculty in both the Geosciences (Paleontology) and the Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology and Paleobiology at the University of Bonn in …

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Duke Energy creates endowed scholarship honoring Kevin Hammersmith for IU Southeast7th December 2012

NEW ALBANY, IN, (Dec. 7, 2012) – Indiana University Southeast is honored to announce the creation of the Kevin Nelson Hammersmith scholarship in partnership with Duke Energy through the Duke Energy Foundation. The University held a luncheon Monday, Dec. 3, to introduce the scholarship and honor Hammersmith, a former Duke Energy employee and IU Southeast Board of Advisors member.

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