A program designed to whet the business appetite of high school students in Wayne County and beyond has brought national honors to the BOSS program at Indiana University East.
Indiana University East’s “One Book, Many Voices” project this year focuses on the selected book, The Girl in the Tangerine Scarf, by Mohja Kahf.
The Indiana University Police Department-East invites the community to attend “Coffee with a Cop” from 8-9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 4. The event will be held in Brewfus, IU East’s coffee shop, located in Springwood Hall.
Indiana University East’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration events are planned now through November 1.
Hispanic Heritage Month will have several events and activities offered by the World Languages and Cultures department and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Indiana University East students welcomed community supporters to campus in appreciation of their contributions toward internships, leadership experiences and community service opportunities. Guests were invited to the Spirit of Philanthropy Luncheon held September 22 at the Student Events and Activities Center on campus.
The Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit now has six new sculptures in place throughout the Indiana University East campus.
The sculptures are part of a juried exhibit. The jurors for the exhibit are IU East faculty Ann Kim, associate professor of fine arts, Carrie Longley, assistant professor of fine arts, and Ed Thornburg, art director.
Justin M. Carroll has been passionate about history since he was a child.
That certainly shows in his enthusiasm for teaching at IU East.
Indiana University East maintains a strong enrollment this fall. The campus has a fall headcount enrollment of 3,490 students, who are enrolled in 36,300 credit hours. The head count enrollment represents a 2.6 percent decrease compared to last fall, but the decline reflects a change in the way enrollment figures are calculated, and a large graduating class this past spring.
Bette Davenport, of Richmond, Indiana, knows first-hand the impact scholarships can have for students completing a degree. In recognition of Indiana University East’s mission and to encourage others to give, she is making a $25,000 gift to establish the Bette G. Davenport Alumni Scholarship.
Indiana University East’s School of Business and Economics will offer a new speaker series this fall.
Three experts – Steven Horwitz, P. J. Hill and Zachary Gochenour – will visit campus and share their perspectives on topics ranging from being poor in America to property rights and a look at U.S. immigration about 100 years ago.