NEW ALBANY, Ind. – The Chancellor’s picnic for faculty and staff marked the beginning of more than just the fall semester, it marked the beginning of the Emergency Food Pantry on campus. This new project is an important extension of the support services IU Southeast offers students. The pantry is housed in IU Southeast’s Office of …
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NEW ALBANY, Ind. – The annual IU Southeast Champions Dinner, a celebration of IU Southeast athletics, was held on Aug. 15 in Plantation Hall at Huber’s Orchard and Winey. A record crowd of 400 people attended the event which honored, IU Southeast Male Athlete of the Year Marcus Howard, Jim Morris Champion of Character winner …
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NEW ALBANY, IN (Oct. 29, 2013) – The Undergraduate Research Journal (URJ) is now accepting submissions of student research papers, abstracts and research-related fine art work.
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NEW ALBANY, IN (Jan. 29, 2013) – The Office of Residence Life and Housing is bringing a little taste of the tropics to IU Southeast with its next student event. Residence Life will host its annual Spring Luau at 8 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 31, in Meadow Lodge.
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NEW ALBANY, IN, (Aug. 13, 2012) – Indiana University Southeast’s psychology honor society was recently named a Psi Chi Model Chapter for the 2011-12 school year. The IU Southeast chapter of Psi Chi received the designation from the national arm of the organization, which is the International Honor Society in Psychology.
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NEW ALBANY, IN (July 25, 2012) – Sixteen Indiana University Southeast students and two professors traveled to Cuba in June as part of a study abroad opportunity.They spent three weeks traveling the island country as the capstone of the Cuba in Transition course taught by IU Southeast Professor of Political Science Cliff Staten.
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NEW ALBANY, IN, (May 5, 2011) – Indiana University Southeast’s largest graduating class will become the school’s newest alumni at the 43rd Commencement next week. Commencement ceremonies will be held at 4 p.m., Monday, May 9, at the IU Southeast Amphitheater. The Class of 2011 is made up of 1,151 students, including 1,104 who will receive their degrees from IU on Monday and 47 who will receive their degrees at a separate ceremony held by Purdue University College of Technology.
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NEW ALBANY, IN (April 13, 2011) – With subjects ranging from Japanese contemporary zen art to driverless cars, the 7th Annual Indiana University Southeast Student Conference and Showcase will highlight the diversity of student research across campus.
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NEW ALBANY, IN (April 11, 2011) – Eight Indiana University Southeast student journalists were honored for their writing, design, and photography skills at a statewide conference. The Horizon, IU Southeast’s student newspaper, won several awards at the Indiana Collegiate Press Association annual award ceremony in April.
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NEW ALBANY, IN (Oct. 27, 2010) – Several Indiana University Southeast students and their professors made their way to Africa this past summer to research two different species of endangered animals. The IU Southeast Field Biology course traveled to the Red Sea coast of Egypt to work with Egyptian rangers, attaching satellite transmitters to endangered green sea turtles. Preservation of these specific turtles is important as they are key components of the marine ecosystem.
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