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IU Southeast hosts aspiring high school entrepreneurs for a swim with sharks23rd June 2015

NEW ALBANY, Ind. – Indiana University Southeast  provided a unique opportunity for 23 exceptional high school juniors and seniors in the Southern Indiana and Greater Louisville areas to build their business acumen last week. The Entrepreneurship Academy at New Albany is a collaborative effort between IU Southeast School of Business, Purdue Polytechnic Institute and Purdue Research …

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New Report Lays Out Strategic Plan to End Homelessness in Southern Indiana Communities18th June 2015

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind.–A year-long research and planning effort found that solutions to homelessness in Clark and Floyd counties are within reach. The research, commissioned by the Jeffersonville Homelessness Task Force, funded by the City of Jeffersonville and conducted by the Applied Research and Education Center at Indiana University Southeast, produced several key findings and concluded with …

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New research shows 60 percent increase in population in poverty29th October 2014

The IU Southeast Applied Research and Education Center (AREC) released new research today that details the increase of those living below the poverty line in the four Metro counties in Southern Indiana between 2000 and 2010. The study found the population living below the poverty line on the Indiana side of the Louisville Metro region grew by …

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School of Business professor’s research published24th June 2014

NEW ALBANY, Ind. (June 24, 2014) — A study by IU Southeast School of Business Assistant Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship, Lisa M. Russell, analyzes the relationship between stress and burnout in high-risk occupations, and the role of leadership in moderating this relationship. It is no surprise that high-risk occupations such as law enforcement have been …

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Survey shows decrease in cigarette and drug use at IU Southeast22nd November 2013

NEW ALBANY, IN, (Nov. 22, 2013) – A recent substance use survey showed a decrease in cigarette and overall drug use among Indiana University Southeast students over the past three years. Additionally, IU Southeast students are using tobacco, drugs, and alcohol at a far lower rate than their statewide peers, according to the 2013 Indiana College Substance Use Survey.

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IU Southeast professor discovers link between entitled employees, bully bosses, and bad behavior23rd September 2013

NEW ALBANY, IN, (Sept. 17, 2013) – A sense of entitlement at work could lead to more than just a bad attitude at the office. Recent research from Indiana University Southeast indicates that entitlement leads to employees believing they have a bully boss which in turn results in some form of payback. IU Southeast Associate Professor of Management Kenneth Harris discovered a strong correlation between employees who believe they are entitled and abusive supervision.

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More than 200 IU Southeast students to showcase unique research8th April 2013

NEW ALBANY, IN, (April 8, 2013) – IU Southeast psychology students Patricia Strickland and Catrina Lowery can take one look at a specific hand gesture during a conversation and determine whether someone will think that person is lying. They will present their research into the subject at the 9th Annual IU Southeast Student Conference: Celebrating Achievement, held April 11th and 12th at IU Southeast.

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