Wayne Bank and Trust Co. and Indiana University East have partnered for the third year to bring the ATHENA Leadership Award® to Wayne County. The ATHENA Leadership Award is presented to an individual who is honored for their professional excellence, community service and for actively assisting women in their attainment of professional excellence and leadership skills.
Fine Arts Senior Exhibition at Room 912
Richmond, Ind. – Seniors majoring in fine arts will celebrate their accomplishments with an exhibition of their work, commencing on April 30 at Indiana University East’s Room 912, located at 912 E. Main Street in Richmond. The exhibit is open through June 3.
Indiana University East marked Arbor Day with the dedication and planting of several trees in the new Legacy Grove, located between Hays Hall and Tom Raper Hall, on April 29.
Indiana University East celebrated the accomplishments of its students during the annual Honors Convocation held April 28.
Indiana University East recognized several faculty and staff during the Honors Convocation ceremony held April 28. Presented during the ceremony were the Trustee IU East Faculty Recognition awards and Staff Service Recognition awards.
Indiana University East has announced a $44,000 gift from faculty member and alumnus, Roger Crane.
Crane, director of the accounting program and lecturer in accounting for the School of Business and Economics, said the IU East campus has been a gift to him.
Wayne County Cultural Atlas to reveal cultural trail, marker during community event
Wayne County Cultural Atlas welcomes the community to celebrate the start of summer during the ALL-IN Block Party from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 7. The ALL-IN Block Party is a free event and will be held on 10th Street, between E. Main and Sailor streets in downtown Richmond.
Today Indiana University East announced that library director, Frances Yates, and her husband, Sean, gave a $58,000 gift in support of scholarships for students at IU East who are engaged in service-learning activities.
The Criminal Justice and Political Science Club will host two public forums on “Witness to Innocence” on Tuesday, April 19.
In the morning, the first event is the Wrongful Conviction Forum from 10:30 a.m. to noon and will be held in Vivian Auditorium, located in Whitewater Hall. This forum will feature speakers Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Bob Ramsey, Wayne County Sheriff Jeff Cappa, Wayne County Prosecutor Mike Shipman, Superior Court Judge Darrin Dolehanty, and exonerated speakers Paris Powell and Kwame Ajamu.