The Honors Program is an academic program that provides an intellectually enriched curriculum for highly motivated students, allowing them to demonstrate academic excellence through Honors coursework, independent research, creative work, and extracurricular opportunities. Members of the Honors Program are on-campus undergraduate students from all different majors and degrees. In addition to taking Honors options in five of their courses, they complete a senior thesis of research, service-learning, or creative work.
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Tom Raper, a longtime friend and devoted supporter of Indiana University East, passed away April 14, 2015, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
IU East Chancellor Kathryn Cruz-Uribe said that Tom believed in the importance of higher education to improve the lives of those living in Wayne County and throughout the region. He had a long-established history with the university including providing student scholarships, serving on the IU East Board of Advisors, and gifting IU East with the largest donation in its 44-year history.
Upcoming Crossroads Reading Series features students from IU East, Earlham College and Richmond High School
The Crossroads Reading Series will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 16, at IU East’s Room 912, located at 912 E. Main Street in Richmond. This event is free and open to the public.
Indiana University East junior Christopher Halberstadt, of Cambridge City, Ind., has been named as a Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow for 2015. Halberstadt is a business administration major and minoring in accounting.
The Indiana University East Center for Leadership Development’s 2015 Spring Leadership Forum will be presented by Courtney Martin an author, blogger and speaker. She will present “Next Generation Leaders.”
On Thursday, April 9, 2015, four Indiana University East students were honored with the Women Helping Women: Honoring Student Volunteer Leadership award by the Women’s Philanthropy Council (WPC) at Indiana University.
Indiana University East Assistant Professor of Psychology Beth Trammell has organized a workshop for parents and caregivers to set up preventative strategies to bring out positive behavior from the children under their care.