IU Business Outlook Tour visits Richmond Nov. 18

November 7th, 2014

Area business leaders and the community are invited to attend the IU Business Outlook Tour from 7-9 a.m. on Tuesday, November 18, at Indiana University East in Whitewater Hall. The IU Business Outlook Tour is presented by the IU East Alumni Association and the IU East School of Business and Economics.

The event will begin with a networking breakfast at 7 a.m. followed by the program at 8 a.m. in Vivian Auditorium.

More than five years after the Great Recession ended, the pace of the nation’s recovery is accelerating, yet challenges still remain. In their annual forecast tour of the state, economists at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business will report what lies ahead for Indiana and the nation as Hoosiers look ahead to 2015.

Since 1972, the Kelley School of Business has presented its national, state and local forecasts through a series of presentations in cities throughout Indiana.

The starting point for the forecast is an econometric model of the United States, developed by IU’s Center for Econometric Model Research, involving hundreds of statistical equations to develop a national forecast for the coming year. A similar econometric model of Indiana provides a corresponding forecast for the state and metro-area economies, based on the national forecast and data specific to Indiana. The Business Outlook panel then adjusts the forecasts to reflect additional insights the panelists have on the economic situation.

At each presentation, the panel features faculty members from the Kelley School and IU, plus local panelists from other IU campuses and other universities, offering perspectives on the global, national, state and local economies and financial markets.

This year’s panel includes:

  • David Frantz, Dean of the School of Business and Economics – IU East (Moderator)
  • Douglas McCoy, Director of the Benecki Center for Real Estate Studies
  • Timothy Slaper, Director of Economic Analysis, Indiana Business Research Center
  • Bill Witte, Associate Professor Emeritus of Economics
  • Litao Zhong, Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance; Director of the Business and Economic Research Center – IU East

Reservations to attend the event are online at eventbrite.com/e/iu-business-outlook-panel. The cost is $15 per person and includes breakfast. Event proceeds benefit the IU East Alumni Association Scholarship Fund and will assist students in the School of Business and Economics.

For more information, contact Terry Wiesehan, director of Alumni Relations and Campus Events, at (765) 973-8221 or  twiesaha@iue.edu.

IU East’s 2014 Homecoming begins November 10

November 6th, 2014

Indiana University East will host “Homecoming 2014: This is How We Do It” November 10-15. Alumni, friends and the campus community are invited to participate in the activities and events throughout the week. Homecoming events are sponsored by the Alumni Association, Office of Campus Life, Student Activities Advisory Team, Student Government Association, and Students Today Alumni Tomorrow.HomecomingFall2014

Homecoming 2014 begins at 11 a.m. on Monday, November 10, with Monday Madness. Students will enjoy free food and the Homecoming Court will be announced in the Springwood Hall Graf Center at noon.

IU East will celebrate the completion of the Quad with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. During the ceremony, students and the first 50 faculty and staff to attend will receive this year’s Homecoming t-shirt.

Later that day, Red Wolves will participate in one of the most attended and popular student events of Homecoming Week: The Nearly Naked Mile. The sixth annual Nearly Naked Mile is at 1 p.m. with registration at 12:30 at the Springwood Hall patio.

Sponsored by the IU East Alumni Association, the student event raises donations for those in need, so a registration “fee” of one or more gently used items of clothing (such as coats, hats, or gloves) is required. Students participating in the Nearly Naked Mile will receive a pair of IU East gloves. Prizes will be awarded for top Male and Female Finisher and also Best Costume.

Later Monday, the Homecoming Parade begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Historic Richmond Depot District. The parade will travel Fort Wayne Avenue and feature organizations from the campus and community as well as the Homecoming Court.

On Tuesday, November 11, IU and IU East will host the Groundbreaking Celebration for the new Student Events Center at 1 p.m. east of Springwood Hall. IU President Michael McRobbie and IU East Chancellor Kathryn Cruz-Uribe invite you to join the IU East campus in commemorating the construction of the campus’ fifth building.

Approximately at 2 p.m., following the groundbreaking ceremony, IU East will observe a Veteran’s Day Moment of Silence.

Later Tuesday night, IU East Homecoming basketball games and Rufus’ birthday celebration will begin at 6 p.m. at Richmond High School Tiernan Center, located at 380 Hub Etchison Parkway.

The IU East men’s basketball team will take on Wilberforce University, followed by the first home women’s basketball game, also versus Wilberforce University. Game activities will include the announcement of the Homecoming Court and Rufus’ birthday celebration. To honor our Veterans, a special salute will be conducted this evening. Active military, veterans, and their immediate family, enter the basketball games free.

On Wednesday, November 12, IU East students are invited to the Natalie Stovall and The Drive Concert at 8 p.m. in Vivian Auditorium. Students are admitted free with their Wolf Card. Tickets are available for the first 50 faculty and staff members interested in attending in the Office of Campus Life. Ticket is redeemable for free admission for the faculty/staff member and one guest.

Whether it’s Natalie Stovall’s breathtaking vocals and larger-than-life stage presence, her band’s turbo-charged, take-no prisoners live shows, or the collective unit’s barnstorming worldwide tours, Natalie Stovall and The Drive prove they are arena ready. A humble, charismatic entertainer with a trademark lion’s mane of big blonde hair, Natalie and her powerful vocals and sparkling fiddle leave audiences spellbound.

On Thursday, November 13, the Homecoming Talent Show will be held at 5:30 p.m. in Vivian Auditorium and will feature student acts. Students, faculty, adjuncts, staff and alumni are welcome to attend.

The bonfire will follow at 7:30 p.m., located near the Hayes Hall patio. Students, faculty, adjuncts, staff and alumni are welcome to attend. The Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned at the bonfire.

The 2014 IU East Chancellor’s Medallion Dinner is hosted to recognize the achievements of our three award winners. The dinner will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, November 14, at Forest Hills Country Club, located at 2169 S. 23rd St., Richmond, Ind.

The Chancellor’s Medallion Dinner will toast Ashton Veramallay, Ph.D., Jane Vincent, Ed.D., and James Helms, Chancellor Emeritus, as they are presented the Chancellor’s Medallion. IU East will also celebrate new inductees to the Alumni Hall of Fame. This year’s inductees are Wayne County Sheriff Jeff Cappa and Kate Hogg, English teacher at Richmond High School. RSVP is required for this event. Contact Angie Callahan at (765) 973-8604. Tickets are $75 each.

To culminate Homecoming Week, IU East women’s basketball will play Denison University at 3 p.m. on Saturday, November 15, as part of the Earlham College Quaker Classic. The game will be held at Earlham College.

For more information about Homecoming, visit iue.edu/homecoming.

Calendar of Events
Monday, November 10
•    Monday Madness, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Springwood Hall Graf Center (Student Event)
•    Quad Ribbon Cutting, 11 a.m.
•    Homecoming Parade, 6:30 p.m., Richmond Historic Depot District (Public welcome to attend.)

Tuesday, November 11
•    Student Events Center Groundbreaking, 1 p.m., east of Springwood Hall (RSVP required)
•    Veteran’s Day Moment of Silence, approximately 2 p.m. following the Student Events Center Groundbreaking
•    IU East Homecoming Men’s and Women’s Basketball Games vs. Wilberforce University and Rufus’ Birthday, 6 p.m., Richmond High School Tiernan Center, 380 Hub Etchison Parkway. Students, faculty and staff admitted free with Wolf Card. Veterans and immediate family members admitted free. Adults $5

Wednesday, November 12
•    Natalie Stovall and The Drive Concert, 8 p.m., Whitewater Hall Vivian Auditorium (Student Event)

Thursday, November 13
•    Talent Show, 5:30 p.m., Whitewater Hall Vivian Auditorium (Student Event with faculty, staff and alumni welcome to attend)
•    Bonfire, 7:30 p.m., located behind Hayes Hall (Students, faculty, adjuncts, staff and alumni are welcome to attend.)

Friday, November 14
•    Chancellor’s Medallion Dinner, 5:30 p.m., Forest Hills Country Club, 2169 S. 23rd St., Richmond, IN. To RSVP, please contact Angie Callahan at (765) 973-8604. Tickets are $75 each.

Saturday, November 15
•    Women’s basketball game vs. Denison University, 3 p.m., at Ealham College Quaker Classic.

 

Indiana’s Contemporary Masters Exhibit at IU East’s Room 912

October 31st, 2014

Combining the strength of their individual artwork into exhibitions of exceptional depth, 30 Indiana Artisans have partnered on Indiana Artisan: Paintings and Drawings. The statewide series continues at IU East’s Room 912, located at 912 E. Main Street in Richmond, Ind., now through Dec. 19. IU East and six of the artists will host a reception at the gallery Fri., Nov. 7, from 6–8 p.m.IndianaArtisans

Curated by Ed Thornburg, the IU East Art Galleries director, curator and fine arts lecturer, the exhibit is the sixth of this partnership of Indiana’s contemporary masters. Nearly 40 paintings and drawings in virtually every medium – watercolor, acrylic, oil, pastel, graphite, and more – will be exhibited at Room 912 by Indiana Artisans Patricia Rhoden Bartels (Nashville), Rena Brouwer (Delphi), Cindy Cradler (Brownsburg), Mary Ann Davis (Indianapolis), Charlene George (Brookville), Michael Janosky (Noblesville), Joyce K. Jensen (Zionsville), Pam Newell (Fishers), Alan Patrick (Albany), Lynn Retson (Porter), Sara Vanderkleed (Lafayette), and Carol Strock Wasson (Union City).

IU East’s Room 912 gallery hours are Monday, 1-4 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4, Friday 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and Saturdays, 1-4 p.m. Admission is free.

Room 912 is comprised of an art gallery, classroom, and studio space. IU East’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences program in fine arts offers courses in the techniques of creating various types of art such as drawing, painting, sculpture, and ceramics.

Indiana Artisan identifies, recognizes and promotes exceptional works of art and food created by Hoosier artists. It is an official, state-sanctioned designation for work of the highest caliber, with applications reviewed annually. Different panelists are engaged in each of the two annual reviews, and art panelists include artists, collectors, gallery owners and managers, folklorists, museum curators and directors, art educators, retailers, and others with an appreciation of fine art and craft.

One criterion of particular importance is the work’s relationship to the Hoosier State. The work of successful applicants is “juried in” to Indiana Artisan, meaning it becomes part of the Indiana Artisan brand and the artist may take advantage of the organization’s business development opportunities. Currently the work of 268 Artisans in 57 Indiana counties is part of the brand, and Wayne County is home to three Indiana Artisans – silversmith jewelry makers Linda and Nathan Jones and stained glass artist Dan Sims. Since the organization’s launch in 2008, more than 1,400 applications have been reviewed, with fewer than 20 percent successfully “jurying in.”

Indiana Artisan is an economic development organization that leverages the work of the state’s exceptional art and food artisans, helping them expand their businesses and, in turn, supporting the economies of their communities. In addition, the organization works with 10 “artisan trails,” encompassing 44 Indiana counties, including Wayne County, which is part of the Indiana Glass Trail.

The work of the Indiana Artisans comes together twice annually – at the Indiana Artisan Holiday Marketplace, Nov. 29 and 30, 2014, in downtown Fort Wayne’s Grand Wayne Center, and at the annual Artisan Marketplace, at the Exposition Hall at the Indiana State Fairgrounds.  In 2015, the Marketplace will be March 28-29. More information is at IndianaArtisan.org.

 

Photo: Autumn Haze by Charlene George of Brookville, IN

Upcoming IU East Center for Leadership Development Power Lunch Series “Give” is Nov. 7

October 31st, 2014

The Indiana University East Center for Leadership Development is hosting a Power Lunch Series for Next Generation Leaders on “Give” from 12:10-12:50 p.m. on Friday, November 7. Sessions for this series are located at IU East’s Room 912, 912 E. Main Street in Richmond.

The giving and sharing of our time, knowledge, and resources with others can bring a sense of fulfillment to one’s life. What is the impact of giving to others and ourselves? How, with our busy lives, can we find time to “give”? The session will help us uncover both little and more significant ways to give to others and, in the process, to ourselves.

Marcy Jance, associate professor of business administration, and Patty Crawford, special assistant to the Chancellor, present “Give.” Both are young professionals from Indiana University East leading the six-part power lunch series that supports work/life balance.

The dynamic Power Lunch Series is for next-generation leaders to meet once a month at the IU East and Richmond Art Museum’s downtown Room 912 art scene. Come and eat a fabulous farm-to-table lunch, and participate in dynamic 40-minute micro-sessions: Work, Play, Give, Love, Create, and Live.

The Power Lunch Series is part of the IU East Center for Leadership Development’s new “Work/Life Integration Series,” a program that recognizes that development does not stop at the office door and provides offerings that nurture both personal and professional development.

There is no charge for these sessions; they are underwritten by the School of Business and Economics.

Registration is required; RSVP at iue.edu/leadership. The full schedule is available online.

The Center for Leadership Development is sponsored by the IU East School of Business and Economics. The center focuses on enhancing the managerial and leadership capacities within the IU East service region.

IU East to break ground on fifth building November 11

October 23rd, 2014

The Indiana University Board of Trustees, IU President Michael McRobbie and Indiana University East Chancellor Kathryn Cruz-Uribe will host a ground breaking ceremony for the Student Activities and Events Center at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, November 11.

The ceremony will be held east of Springwood Hall, near the site where IU East will construct the center. The building will be the fifth constructed on the 182-acre campus. Initially, the campus planned to build an extension to Springwood Hall but site evaluations determined a new free-standing building was the best option.

Final plans to construct the Student Activities and Events Center were approved by the IU Board of Trustees approval during its August 8 meeting in Bloomington.

“We’re very pleased that the IU Board of Trustees has approved the plan,” said Chancellor Kathryn Cruz-Uribe. “We look forward to moving ahead with this project and providing the additional space needed for classrooms, events and the home of Red Wolves athletics.”

In October 2012, IU East began raising funds for the project through its public campaign, “Bold Aspirations: The Campaign for the Student Events Center.” Through community and campus support, the campaign raised the remaining $1.7 million for the project. The university had already reserved $3 million for the project from savings and efficiencies.

The facility will promote student success through a comprehensive offering of programming in health and wellness, physical education, athletics, student activities and special events. Since 2007, student enrollment at IU East has over doubled to 4,573 in 2014.

The center is scheduled for completion in 2016.

RSVP online to attend the Groundbreaking Celebration for the IU East Student Activities and Events Center by Tuesday, November 4.

 

 

IU East announces 2014 Lingle Scholars

October 20th, 2014

Maddie Truette and Jarrod Lemar have been chosen as the 2014 Lingle Scholars. The scholarship award will continue throughout their pursuit of a four-year degree at Indiana University East.MaddieTruette

Both graduated in June 2014 and are freshmen at IU East this fall. Truette is a graduate of Centerville Senior High School and Lemar is a graduate of Richmond High School.

Truette will pursue a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with an interest in practicing children’s psychology. She is the daughter of Melinda Odom-Lehman of Centerville, Ind.

While at Centerville Senior High School, Truette was a member of the cheerleading, track and field, and volleyball teams, as well as Eastern Indiana Model Legislature, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and The National Honor Society.JarrodLemar

Lemar is pursuing a Bachelor of Social Work. He is the son of Holly Lemar and Kevin Lemar. He is a resident of Richmond, Ind.

While in high school, Lemar was a member of the soccer team and participated in theater, show choir, Ultimate Frisbee, varsity club, French club and the science club.

The Lingle Scholar award was established by Paul and Pat Lingle in 2005 in order to keep the best and brightest youth in Wayne County.

The scholarship is given to an incoming freshman student who has also been accepted to the IU East Honors Program, an academic program that provides an intellectually enriched curriculum for highly motivated students. Applicants must undergo an interview process with the Honors Program committee as well as with the Lingles.

Recipients receive a $2,000 annual scholarship over four years.

For more information about the scholarship program, contact Alisa Clapp-Itnyre, Honors Program director, at (765) 973-8521 or visit online at iue.edu/honors.

IU East Spirit of Philanthropy Week provides students with events focused on philanthropy

October 20th, 2014

Indiana University East will celebrate Spirit of Philanthropy week October 20-25.spirit

Beginning Monday, students can participate in a fun-filled week centered on philanthropy beginning with the Service Learning Fair of Local Non-Profits from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Graf Center. Students should also watch Facebook and Twitter to learn about the spontaneous events Tuesday through Thursday.

Also Monday night, the Student Government Association (SGA) is collecting canned goods for the Campus Food Pantry during the Red Wolves volleyball match vs. IU Northwest at Seton Catholic High School, beginning at 7 p.m.

On Tuesday, students can stop by the “Thank a Donor” table in Whitewater Hall from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The table will be moved to Tom Raper Hall from 2-4 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday it will be available in Hayes Hall from 1-3 p.m.

The Spirit of Philanthropy Luncheon is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 22, at Forest Hills Country Club, located at 2169 South 23rd Street in Richmond. The cost is $50 per ticket.

The keynote speaker is Peter Kageyama, author of For the Love of Cities: The Love Affair Between People and Their Places. Kageyama’s visit to Richmond is the featured event of IU East’s “One Book, Many Voices” project.

During the luncheon, IU East will recognize First Bank Richmond and West End Bank with the Community Spirit of Philanthropy Award and Frances Yates, director of the Campus Library, with the Campus Spirit of Philanthropy award. Wetzel Family Auto Cruise will receive the Rufus Award in recognition of their support for the athletics program.

Tickets are available for Kageyama’s lecture and book signing at IU East on Tuesday, October 21. The event is free and open to the public and begins at 6 p.m. in Vivian Auditorium. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are available in the Office of the Bursar, located in Whitewater Hall.

Friday is Make a Difference Day in the Depot. Student volunteers can help with Make a Difference Day from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Students can sign up to volunteer in the Office of External Affairs, located in Springwood Hall room 103.

To RSVP for the Spirit of Philanthropy Luncheon or for more information about Spirit of Philanthropy Week, contact Stephanie Hays-Mussoni, director of Gift Development, at (765) 973-8331 or email shaysmus@iue.edu.

IU East celebrates Spirit of Philanthropy

October 15th, 2014

Indiana University East welcomes community supporters to the Spirit of Philanthropy Luncheon to thank these individuals for their contributions to scholarships, internships, leadership experiences and community service opportunities for students. The luncheon is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 22, at Forest Hills Country Club in Richmond.PeterKageyama

The event raises funds for scholarships and other community involvement activities that provide important experiential learning opportunities for students.

The keynote speaker is Peter Kageyama, author of For the Love of Cities: The Love Affair Between People and Their Places, and IU East’s “One Book, Many Voices” project featured book this year. Kageyama is also speaking at IU East at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, October 21, in Vivian Auditorium.

Stephanie Hays-Mussoni, director of Gift Development, said community supporters are instrumental to the overall educational experience and success of IU East students.

“The Spirit of Philanthropy Luncheon is a great time to bring our donors and community partners together with our students, and in return they learn the impact that being a partner with IU East has on students. It is our way to say thank you to those who support IU East and our students,” Hays-Mussoni said.

Kageyama is the co-founder and producer of the Creative Cities Summit, an interdisciplinary event that brings together citizens and practitioners around the big idea of the city. Kageyama is the former President of Creative Tampa Bay, a grassroots community change organization. He has spoken all over the world about bottom up community development and the amazing people that are making change happen.

Kageyama’s visit to Richmond is the featured event of the “One Book, Many Voices” project at IU East. The mission of the project is to foster a campus and community discussion about themes in and ideas inspired by the selected text, For the Love of Cities. The book focuses on learning to “love,” contribute to, and talk about our cities in a new way and we think the book will help further our conversation about what makes our community stellar.

All guests will receive a complimentary copy of For the Love of Cities.

The cost to attend the luncheon is $50 per ticket. To RSVP by October 16 or for information on sponsorship opportunities, contact Stephanie Hays-Mussoni, director of Gift Development, at (765) 973-8331 or email shaysmus@iue.edu.

IU East School of Nursing Celebrates 40th Anniversary

October 14th, 2014

When Indiana University East started its nursing program 40 years ago, students would board a bus to travel to Indianapolis to take courses. nursinggala2014

That cooperative effort with IUPUI, that humble beginning with a handful of nursing students, has come full circle with IU East evolving into a hub of regional nursing education.

IU East handed out its first associate degree in nursing in 1978.

Now, there are 400 students each year from around the area. In addition to the primary Richmond campus, classes are also held in Lawrenceburg, Madison, New Castle and Dayton, Ohio for regional students.

There are bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

There’s still collaboration within the Indiana University system, but it’s mainly online — no more bus rides.

There’s a growing collaboration with Reid Hospital & Health Care Services, which offers a brand-new hospital and growing medical industry just steps away from the IU East campus in north Richmond.

Call it a community of nursing, says Dean Karen Clark, who started as an instructor in 1987.

“It takes a village to birth a nurse,” she says. “The need keeps growing. We keep growing.”

The program has progressed from associate to RN degrees to bachelor’s degrees. In 2011, the School of Nursing offered its first graduate degree, a Master of Science in Nursing, with concentrations in nursing education, nursing administration, and beginning spring 2015, a family nurse practitioner program.

“There are so many venues with which students can match their passions,” says Clark, who is the university’s fourth dean. The others were Drs. Judy McCarty, Joan Fopma-Loy and Joanne Rains-Warner.

The IU East nursing program took a night to note 40 years of growth, “Honoring the Past, Treasuring the Present, and Embracing the Future,” on October 3 at Forest Hills Country Club. The anniversary coincided with a fund-raising gala that is held every two years for the program. “It was very nice,” Clark says. “We had the opportunity to celebrate nursing.” The evening included dinner and a champagne toast to IU East’s growth.

Former deans and alumni were among the 160 attendees, including LuAnne Christofaro, who earned her associate degree in 1981. Christofaro is a prior Distinguished Alumni awardee of IU East and currently serves as Reid Hospital’s executive director of nursing.

The money raised through the event will help reach more students such as event speakers Brooke Sahm and Tyler Evans.

Sahm is a senior working toward her BSN. She said she wants to become an oncology nurse because her father died from cancer when she was 2 years old. She also has battled hearing issues that included multiple surgeries as a child.

“Brooke’s speech was inspiring,” says Clark. “Her story illustrates the passion that many of our students bring to the profession of nursing.”

Evans talk demonstrated the opportunities that IU East graduates have in the health care arena, she said. He is working on his master’s after receiving his bachelor’s in 2013. He has worked in ICU and transitional care and is now transitioning to a position in cardiac rehabilitation. Evans spoke about how the IU East program “prepared him with a variety of experiences,” Clark says.

The growing variety and program reflects national trends and goals.

“The national goal is to have 80 percent (of graduates) at baccalaureate or higher level by 2020,” Clark says. “There is a recognition there is a different level of thinking. They are better able to care for patients.”

Right now, 46 percent of nurses have a bachelor’s degree in Indiana. “We have a long way to go,” Clark says.

The lofty goal has resulted in offering the RN to BSN option at off-campus locations, such as the one at Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton. IU East professors teach there one night a week.

“The idea is to lift the workforce,” Clark says. “Facilities are finding ways to help their nurses grow.”

Reid Hospital & Health Care Services offers a myriad of opportunities for IU East students to grow. “We have a very positive working relationship with Reid,” Clark says. “We find ways to collaborate. They are so supportive of the School of Nursing and the IU East campus.”

The closeness of Reid and IU East is an asset, Clark says. “Our relationship provides a lot of unique opportunities for our students.” IU East has over 50 agreements with regional health care providers that participate in the educational process.

She says the nursing field will keep growing and adding jobs, noting that national estimates forecast a shortage of 800,000 nurses within the next decade. “With that kind of anticipated shortage, there comes a great need for qualified nursing professionals. Nursing is a great profession and we are well placed to meet the needs of our community when it comes to nursing care.”

 

Photo: IU East senior nursing major Brooke Sahm (middle) spoke about her experience and ambition to be a nurse during the 2014 nursing gala held Oct. 3. Pictured are IU East Professor of History Gene Cruz-Uribe, Chancellor Kathryn Cruz-Uribe, Sahm, and her mother, Karen Sahm of Indianapolis.

 

 

Upcoming IU East Center for Leadership Development Power Lunch Series talks about Play

October 10th, 2014

The Indiana University East Center for Leadership Development is hosting a Power Lunch Series for Next Generation Leaders on “Play!” from 12:10-12:50 p.m. on Friday, October 17. Sessions for this series are located at IU East’s Room 912, 912 E. Main Street in Richmond.

Play! Everyone needs a little play in one’s life. Play helps keep our lives balanced and fulfilled.

Marcy Jance, associate professor of business administration, and Denice Williams, lecturer in early childhood and literacy education, present “Play: How to Integrate Play into Our Work and Personal Lives.”

A delicious lunch, time for networking, and a professional development activity will be included in the session.

The dynamic Power Lunch Series is for next-generation leaders to meet once a month at the IU East and Richmond Art Museum’s downtown Room 912 art scene. Come and eat a fabulous farm-to-table lunch, and participate in dynamic 40-minute micro-sessions: Work, Live, Play, Love, Create, and Give.

The Power Lunch Series is part of the IU East Center for Leadership Development’s new “Work/Life Integration Series,” a program that recognizes that development does not stop at the office door and provides offerings that nurture both personal and professional development.

Participants will receive a farm-to-table lunch and participate in a dynamic 40-minute micro-session. There is no charge for these sessions; they are underwritten by the School of Business and Economics.

Registration is required; RSVP at iue.edu/leadership. The full schedule is available online.

The Center for Leadership Development is sponsored by the IU East School of Business and Economics. The center focuses on enhancing the managerial and leadership capacities within the IU East service region.