Posts Tagged ‘library’

IU East named to the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

Thursday, March 14th

Indiana University East has been named to the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll by the Corporation for National and Community Service.

This designation is the highest honor a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement. The Honor Roll list is available online.

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IU East Campus Library hosts exhibit Voice of Liberty, Voice of Conscience

Friday, September 9th

The Campus Library exhibition the “Emma Lazarus: Voice of Liberty, Voice of Conscience” will be on display through October 14. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

The exhibit hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Mondays through Thursdays and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays.

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Starr-Gennett Foundation, IU East release historic digital recordings

Wednesday, June 23rd

The Starr-Gennett Foundation and Indiana University East have  partnered to make over 300 digital recordings available to the public.  The Gennett Record label has national significance in the world of music and American culture.

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Campus Library hosting Edible Book Contest, murder mystery

Wednesday, March 31st

The Indiana University East Campus Library is hosting two events open to the public this April. The annual Edible Book Festival, a food competition, and Murder in the Stacks, a murder mystery, is open to the public for participation.

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IU East News and Notes

Tuesday, October 13th

Nursing lecturer receives IU nursing award
Tonya Breymier, lecturer in nursing, has received the Karen Cobb Creative Teaching in Nursing Education Award. This award is given annually to a full-time Indiana University School of Nursing faculty member to recognize innovative and creative teaching. Recipients are recognized for the development of a creative and innovative teaching strategy that incorporates the Seven Principles of Good Education, produces documented learning outcomes, is recognized by students as contributing to their learning, and contributes to the scholarship of teaching.

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IU East News and Notes

Friday, July 17th

University College underway with hire of executive director
Carrie Heller is the executive director of University College, a new office established at Indiana University East to provide first-year students with the academic and personal support they need to be successful. Heller began her duties on June 1. Heller has a M.S. in College Student Personnel Administration from Canisius College in Buffalo, NY.

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IU East Campus Library to host traveling bus-eum

Wednesday, April 29th

The TRACES Center for History and Culture traveling exhibit will make a stop at Indiana University East from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, May 8. The exhibit will be located on the circle drive next to Whitewater Hall.

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Traveling exhibit on Midwest POWs in WWII coming soon to IU East

Thursday, April 3rd

The Indiana University East Campus Library and Morrisson-Reeves Library are sponsoring a traveling exhibit 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 22. The exhibit will be located at IU East in the Whitewater Hall parking lot.

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Books on Trial: Red Scare in the Heartland

Tuesday, October 2nd

Richmond, Ind. – Between the two major red scares of the twentieth century, a police raid on a Communist Party Bookstore in Oklahoma City marked an important lesson in the history of American freedom. Shirley A. Wiegand and Wayne A. Wiegand share the compelling story of this important case for the first time. They reveal how state power – with support from local media and businesses – was used to trample individuals’ civil rights during an era in which citizens were gripped by fear of foreign subversion.

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