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Dr. Tom Wolf, emeritus professor of political science, remembered13th November 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–The IU Southeast community mourns the passing of Dr. Thomas Philip “Tom” Wolf, professor emeritus of political science and former dean of the School of Social Sciences. A passionate educator and scholar, Wolf is remembered as a consummate intellectual, driven by the pursuit of knowledge and a love for ideas, …

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IU Southeast to offer assistance to Cincinnati Christian University students31st October 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–The IU Southeast Office of Admissions is reaching out to assist students affected by the closure of Cincinnati Christian University. IU Southeast is committed to make the enrollment transition for both new and continuing students an easy one during this difficult time. The university will extend transfer consideration to affected …

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Teacher educator Dr. Debi Mink awarded National Clinical Practice Fellowship11th October 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–Dr. Debi Mink, professor of elementary education, has received the 2020 National Clinical Practice Fellowship from the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) and the National Association for Professional Development Schools (NAPDS). The award will help the IU Southeast School of Education strengthen its clinical practice program. Clinical Practice Fellows attend …

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Ogle Center brings award-winning musical ensemble to area students9th October 2019

By Carmen Miller (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)- Chanticleer men’s acapella choir visited IU Southeast on Friday, Oct. 4, to perform selections from their Grammy award-winning repertoire and to teach a masterclass for local high school students and IU Southeast choir members. This visit was thanks largely to the efforts of Kirk Randolph, director of the Paul …

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A new spin on networking: Business instructors join forces to boost student career readiness9th October 2019

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–For the past two years, School of Business faculty and the Center for Career Development have been organizing networking events that bring together business students and local employers. Some were buttoned-down and structured, while others were more whimsical, like last year’s “speed dating” set-up. This year, a group of four …

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Every voice counts: Accreditation forums invite one and all5th September 2019

As part of the upcoming Higher Learning Commission (HLC) site visit on September 9-10, the IU Southeast campus community has an opportunity to participate in several open sessions.  All are invited to attend, and to contribute directly to the accreditation process. Open Forum for Criteria 1 (Mission) and Criteria 2 (Integrity):  Monday, September 9, 3:30 …

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Commencement 2019: Grenadiers go forth to shape the future8th May 2019

Indiana University Southeast conferred 985 degrees at its 51st Commencement on Monday at Freedom Hall in Louisville, Ky. The Class of 2019 consists of 966 candidates earning 868 bachelor’s degrees, 115 master’s degrees and two associate’s degrees. Thirty-three students walked across the stage with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. “You are on the cusp …

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IU Southeast names 2019 Chancellor’s Medallion honorees28th November 2018

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – Indiana University Southeast is proud to announce three recipients of the 2019 Chancellor’s Medallion. Wendy Dant Chesser, president and CEO of One Southern Indiana, Jerry Finn, executive director of the Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County and Alice Miles, president of Friends of the Town Clock Church, will be honored April 6, …

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Collaboratory: New platform helps to track and amplify community engagement24th October 2018

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)–Since its founding, IU Southeast has been closely tied to the communities it serves. Students, faculty, staff and administrators have engaged with the community in countless ways, individually and on behalf of the university, but there was never a way to comprehensively document all that engagement. That is changing. With …

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Horseshoe Foundation grant enables digitization of IU Southeast student publications21st June 2018

Alumni of IU Southeast’s journalism program, past student newspaper writers and advisors, came together Tuesday to celebrate the official launch of the student newspaper digital archive, a website that will display 60 years of IU Southeast student publications. The crowd browsed through past issues online and reminisced on earlier editions of the newspaper. “It all …

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