Karen Clark

Karen Clark

ATHENA Leadership Award recipient announced

ATHENA Leadership Award recipient announced

JackieCarberry
Jackie Carberry

Jackie Carberry is the recipient of this year’s 2015 ATHENA Leadership Award for Wayne County. Carberry, of Centerville, Ind., was presented the award during the ATHENA celebration dinner held June 23 at Forest Hills Country Club in Richmond. The event recognizes women leaders who motivate, inspire and create positive change in the community.

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Spotlight: IU East School of Nursing students travel nationally, abroad to gain community nursing skills

Spotlight: IU East School of Nursing students travel nationally, abroad to gain community nursing skills

Nursing students from IU East stepped outside the campus and into different cultures during three recent real-world journeys.

They immersed themselves into poverty, cultural diversity and community medicine in different areas of the United States.

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IU East School of Nursing Celebrates 40th Anniversary

IU East School of Nursing Celebrates 40th Anniversary

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.

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IU East News and Notes

IU East News and Notes

Chair of Mathematics Department participates on online education panel discussionMarkusPomper1
Markus Pomper, chair of the Department of Mathematics, was invited to be a panelist at a podium discussion at the Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). The meeting was held on October 26 in Evansville, Ind. The panelists explored topics ranging from the challenges to teaching online classes in Mathematics, overcoming student problems, and instructional techniques.

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IU East Dean of Nursing Honored for Dedication to Service

IU East Dean of Nursing Honored for Dedication to Service

Karen Clark, dean of the School of Nursing at Indiana University East, was recently recognized for her dedication to service on campus and within the community. Clark was one of this year’s Indiana University W. George Pinnell Award for Outstanding Service recipients. She received the award at the 2013 Celebration of Distinguished Teaching dinner on April 5. The dinner is one of the activities held as part of Founders Day, the annual celebration of IU’s founding in 1820.

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IU East pursuing Master of Science in Nursing degree

IU East pursuing Master of Science in Nursing degree

Indiana University East is pursuing its fourth master’s degree program in one of the nation’s growing career fields. The Master of Science in Nursing degree was approved by the Indiana University Board of Trustees during its October 1 meeting.
By receiving the trustees’ approval, IU East may now submit the graduate program to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education and the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association for their approvals.

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IU East Faculty News and Notes

IU East Faculty News and Notes

Humanities and Social Sciences professors publish works
Alisa Clapp-Itnyre
, associate professor of English, will have an article published by the Children’s Literature Association Quarterly. The article, “Nineteenth-Century British Children’s Hymnody: Re-Tuning the History of Childhood with Chords and Verses,” focuses on her research of children’s hymnodies.  Clapp-Itnyre received a New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities grant for 2010 from Indiana University to research “Nineteenth-Century British Hymns for Children: A Lost Genre of Victorian Childhood.”

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