IU East celebrates inauguration of President McRobbie with faculty colloquia

October 4th, 2007

Indiana University will have a week-long celebration in honor of the inauguration of its 18th President Michael A. McRobbie. As part of Celebrate IU Week, Indiana University East will host a series of faculty lectures. “The Inauguration of President McRobbie: A Celebration through Faculty Colloquia” will include presentations by six IU East faculty.

The presentations will be held from noon to 1 p.m. in the Community Room, located in Whitewater Hall on the IU East campus. The faculty colloquia are free and open to the public.

For more information about events at IU East, please visit www.iue.edu. For more information about the inauguration, visit the Indiana University Web site at http://celebrate.iu.edu/.

Monday, October 15
Jean Harper, Assistant Professor of English
“Chronicling the Richmond 1968 Explosion”

Tuesday, October 16
Alisa Clapp-Itnyre, Associate Professor of English
“Nineteenth-Century Children’s Hymns: Defining the Child Amongst Chords and Verses: Sabbatical Research in England and Elsewhere, 2006-7”

Wednesday, October 17
Dale Beach, Assistant Professor of Biotechnology
“Microspace: Navigating Yeast Cytoplasm using Time-Lapse Imaging”

Julien Simon, Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages
“A Dictionary of the Reduplicated Bisyllabic French Words”

Thursday, October 18
Victoria Beck, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
“Community Response to Sex Offender Notification: An Exploratory Assessment”

Friday, October 19
Melissa Shyan-Norwalt, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology
“Dogs that Bite and Apologize Later: What’s Really Going On”

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