Indiana University East will host David Gompper, piano, and Wolfgang David, violin, at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8, in Vivian Auditorium. This event is sponsored by Mindful Explorations, courtesy of the William H. and Jean R. Reller Endowment.
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The Indiana University East Annual High School Speech Tournament will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 30, in Whitewater Hall. The tournament is free and open to the public.
Indiana University East’s Mindful Explorations series presents David Gompper, piano, and Wolfgang David, violin, at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 28, in Vivian Auditorium. This event is sponsored by Mindful Explorations, courtesy of the William H. and Jean R. Reller Endowment.
Richmond and Wayne County, Indiana, is an area rich in history.
Now through a partnership to receive a United States Department of Education grant, Richmond history teachers will be able to research the county’s roots in industrialization, entrepreneurship, social justice and transportation.
Students interested in criminal justice can take the fast track to graduation.
Indiana University East is offering a three-year degree program in criminal justice. The Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree is offered through the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Students majoring in criminal justice can opt to accelerate their education by taking courses on a full-time basis including during the summer months.
Indiana University East students will perform Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream August 12-14. The outdoor performance will be staged by the bridge, accessible from the Tom Raper Hall parking lot.
The performance is free and open to the public.
Indiana University East will offer a Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree program this fall.
Currently, students interested in majoring in psychology are enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Behavioral and Social Sciences with a concentration in psychology.
Wazir Mohamed, assistant professor of sociology, did not plan for his life to lean toward academics and research. Born and raised in a rural village with 12 families in Guyana in the 1950s, he was a rice farmer before he chose to pursue academics. He decided to go to college at the University of Guyana where he earned his Diploma in Public Communications and a bachelor’s degree in Communications.
The Indiana University East Criminal Justice program is hosting the Court of Appeals of Indiana on campus Wednesday, April 7. The court will hold oral arguments at 12:15 p.m. in Vivian Auditorium, located in Whitewater Hall. The court session is open and free to the public.