Indiana University East will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a Day of Service; keynote speaker Karen Freeman-Wilson, mayor for the City of Gary; a Candlelight Vigil; and a presentation on the Underground Railroad.
At Indiana University East, outstanding undergraduate academic achievement is recognized by naming students who take 12 or more credit hours and complete the semester with a grade point average of 3.5 or above on a 4.0 scale to the Dean’s List.
At Indiana University East, outstanding undergraduate academic achievement is recognized by naming students who take 12 or more credits of graded coursework and obtained a 4.0 GPA to the Chancellor’s List.
For Indiana University East the past year has brought many celebrations, accomplishments and memorable moments. As the new year begins, IU East reflects on 2017.
Memorable Moments, Events and Celebrations
IU East continues to be an innovative leader in online education. In June, a book collaboratively written by 42 faculty members, across 25 disciplines, was released to share the wealth of experience and knowledge IU East faculty have gained in designing and instructing online courses. The book, “Best Practices in Online Teaching and Learning across Academic Disciplines,” was released in August. The book continues to gain attention. This November, Inside Higher Ed published a book review on the text.
Sloane Stephens was presented with her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies degree at Indiana University East on Thursday, December 14, at the Student Events and Activities Center, located in Richmond, Indiana.
The latest installation of art at Indiana University East continues to add beauty and prompt discussion on campus.
This fall semester a group of Indiana University East students have had the opportunity to work with other students in higher education from across the globe through the X-Culture Academy, a program that teams students together to solve real problems companies are facing.
Indiana University East is pleased to welcome new faculty members to the School of Nursing and Health Sciences.
Macy Bennett, lecturer in nursing, received her Master of Science in Nursing Education from Ball State University and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Wright State University.
Indiana University East is pleased to welcome new faculty members to the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Linsay Cramer, assistant professor of communication studies, received her Ph.D. in Media and Communication from Bowling Green State University. She also attended Western Michigan University where she received her Master of Arts in Communication Studies and her Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Communication and Comparative Religion with a Minor and National Certification in Non-profit Leadership.