Yearly Archives: 2011

Yearly Archives: 2011

IU East to host performance by Four Shillings Short

IU East to host performance by Four Shillings Short

Indiana University East will host duo multi-instrumentalists and vocalists Four Shillings Short. They will perform “Around the World in 30 Instruments” from 3:30-5 p.m. Thursday, January 12, 2012 in Vivian Auditorium, located in Whitewater Hall. This event is sponsored by Mindful Explorations, courtesy of the William H. and Jean R. Reller Endowment.

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Interfaith & Service Campus Challenge offers diverse religious celebrations to build community unity

Interfaith & Service Campus Challenge offers diverse religious celebrations to build community unity

The Indiana University East Interfaith & Service Campus Challenge program is connecting the campus with the community through diverse religious celebrations. The celebrations are an opportunity for students, faculty or staff to help inform, educate and build unity within the community.

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IU East’s efficiency and innovation in national spotlight

IU East’s efficiency and innovation in national spotlight

Chancellor Paydar

Indiana University East is being recognized both within Indiana and nationally for creating a new model for higher education that is productive, efficient and of high quality.  IU East’s, growth – a 65-percent enrollment increase over the past four years – innovation, and community college collaboration have garnered national attention.

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Associate professor of English receives National Endowment for the Arts fellowship

Associate professor of English receives National Endowment for the Arts fellowship

Jean Harper, associate professor of English, has been awarded a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship for writing (prose). The fellowship will support work on her book, Horses and Divorces.

The fellowship is designed to give writers the time and freedom to pursue their work; the creative writing fellowships are the NEA’s most direct investment in America’s artists. Harper is the only person in Indiana to receive the fellowship in literature for this year.

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Report says IU East offers lessons for regional campuses elsewhere in the country

Report says IU East offers lessons for regional campuses elsewhere in the country

Indiana University East’s growth and recent accomplishments related to efficiency, innovation, and community college collaboration are the focus of a report titled “Regional Campuses’ Contributions to the State and National Higher Education Goals: A Field Report from Indiana with a Case Study of Indiana University East.”  The Indiana Chamber Foundation commissioned the study with support from the Lumina Foundation.  MGT of America, Inc., a national management research and consulting firm, conducted the study.

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IU East receives well wishes, memorable moments for 40th Anniversary

IU East receives well wishes, memorable moments for 40th Anniversary

Governor Daniels praises the campus’ innovative leadership

Indiana University East has shared four decades of its history with the campus and community during its 40th Anniversary celebration. The campus kicked off the anniversary during its 40th Commencement Ceremony in May and has hosted celebration events throughout the fall semester.

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