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Visiting artist Amira Karaoud unites photography and social justice13th November 2015

Amira Karaoud is a Tunisian-born photojournalist living in Louisville, Ky. After earning an MBA in finance and working on Wall Street, she became increasingly devoted to photography. She embarked upon a photographic world tour, focusing on social issues, particularly injustice against women. Her exhibition, “Ligne Rouge,” her first project on women’s rights in Asia, was …

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Horizon wins “Pulitzer” of collegiate journalism3rd November 2015

By Steven Krolak NEW ALBANY, Ind.—The Horizon, IU Southeast’s student newspaper, has struck gold. The Horizon took home a 2015 Pacemaker Award from the Associated Collegiate Press at the National College Media Convention in Austin, Texas, Oct. 28 – Nov. 1. The award is considered the highest accolade in college journalism. “It’s the college equivalent …

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Faculty Spotlight: Kelly Ryan29th October 2015

Kelly Ryan School of Social Sciences Associate Professor of History Biography Kelly Ryan is associate professor of the department of history at IU Southeast, and teaches classes in early American history, gender and sexuality. Her research focuses on the revolutionary and early national periods of U.S. history. Her book, Regulating Passion: Sexuality and Patriarchal Rule …

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Counseling in diversity: Visiting scholar Dr. Jazimin Jusoh brings multicultural approach to IU Southeast26th October 2015

By Steven Krolak The IU Southeast Common Experience is pleased to welcome Dr. Ahmad Jazimin Jusoh for two lectures. Dr. Jazimin Jusoh is associate professor in the Department of Psychology and Counseling, Faculty of Education and Human Development at Sultan Idris Education University (UPSI) in Perak, Malaysia. He is certified in choice theory and reality …

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Study abroad: IU Southeast students go back to the future in Wales21st October 2015

By Steven Krolak Sometimes, you have to go back to move forward. That’s the basic idea behind P454 Field Research in International Psychology. The course, taught by psychology professor Dr. Lucinda Woodward, addressed the question: What can one do as an individual to make a difference in the crisis facing our global ecology? To find …

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The Past Is Present: History students and professor attend national conference25th September 2015

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — For two days in September, IU Southeast undergraduates Joseph Simon and Lowell Simpson, along with their teacher, assistant professor Elizabeth Gritter, Ph.D., represented their department and university at the annual meeting of the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) in Louisville, Ky. The AASLH meeting brought over 850 leading …

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Sociology senior accepted into American Sociological Association Honors Program10th September 2015

Aimee Kelmel, a sociology senior at IU Southeast, was recently accepted into the American Sociological Association (ASA) Honors Program. As part of the competitive program, Kelmel and 38 other undergraduate students from around the U.S. attended the 110th ASA Annual Meeting, which was held from Aug. 22-25 in Chicago. The students came from several universities, including …

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Mentorship program sparks IU Southeast graduate’s passion for psychology3rd September 2015

NEW ALBANY, Ind. — An email from a familiar name popped up in Dr. Bernie Carducci’s inbox one afternoon last week. It was from one of the professor of psychology’s former students, Quentin Stubbins, who graduated from Indiana University Southeast in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. “I just wanted to keep you updated on …

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