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.


IU Southeast students showcase research projects19th April 2012

NEW ALBANY, IN, (April 19, 2012) – If you’ve ever thought about how teachers can help kids stay awake in class, IU Southeast student Micah Robertson could tell you. Or if you’ve ever wondered where the parents are in animated films, IU Southeast student Gina Biesel could explain. Or do you find yourself asking, “Is this real life?” after watching a reality TV show? IU Southeast student Rebecca Worthington has the answers. Robertson, Biesel, and Worthington are just three of the almost 190 students who will be showing off their research and projects at the 6th Annual IU Southeast Student Conference and Showcase, held April 19th and 20th at IU Southeast.


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