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Telescopes are far-sighted gift to IU Southeast from Dr. Gerald Ruth21st October 2015

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.) – A recent gift by geosciences professor Dr. Gerald Ruth ensures that his influence on the natural science programs at IU Southeast will continue to be felt for years to come. In August, Ruth committed more than $31,000 to the university for the purpose of purchasing a state-of-the-art computerized …

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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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IU Southeast Science Education Professor is Fulbright Research Chair in Canada30th September 2015

NEW ALBANY, Ind. and ORILLIA, Ont. — Dr. James Hollenbeck, professor of education at IU Southeast and a science educator for over 30 years in secondary and post-secondary education, has been named the first Fulbright Research Chair at Lakehead University in Orillia, Ontario, Canada. He will spend the current semester there, conducting research in the …

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Geosciences professor discusses earthquake risk on WDRB-4123rd July 2014

NEW ALBANY (July 23, 2014) — Dr. Gerald Ruth, professor of Geosciences in the School of Natural Sciences, provided expert commentary on earthquakes to WDRB-41 reporter, Courtney Godfrey, yesterday for the channel’s 4 p.m. broadcast. Godfrey reached out to IU Southeast after a new report from the U.S. Geological Survey, revealed that Kentucky and Indiana …

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