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Spotlight: Students journey through time on trip to Egypt

Spotlight: Students journey through time on trip to Egypt

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Professor of History Gene Cruz-Uribe and IU East students Sydney Schumacher and Jordan Pugh.

Sydney Schumacher and Jordan Pugh, juniors at Indiana University East and friends since high school, took the trip of a lifetime over the 2015-2016 winter break. The two accompanied Egyptologist and IU East Professor of History Eugene Cruz-Uribe to Egypt to study ancient Egyptian burial practices first-hand. The trip was a requirement for their Undergraduate Readings in History Independent Studies class.

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Crime Camp offers middle school students an opportunity to learn about forensic science while solving a crime

Crime Camp offers middle school students an opportunity to learn about forensic science while solving a crime

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School of Natural Science and Mathematics Dean Neil Sabine works with students during the 2015 Crime Camp.

Registration is open for this year’s Crime Camp at Indiana University East. Students entering seventh, eighth and ninth grades can attend the one-day camp for free.

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Spotlight: IU East student is living her dream at the 100th anniversary of the Indy 500

Spotlight: IU East student is living her dream at the 100th anniversary of the Indy 500

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IU East student Ashley Keller is a public relations intern with A.J. Foyt Enterprises. Keller is working at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The 100th Indy 500 is Sunday, May 29.  Photo by Brooke Squibb.

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IU East nursing faculty member recognized for exceptional service

IU East nursing faculty member recognized for exceptional service

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Tonya Breymier

It’s Tonya Breymier’s self-professed mission to pioneer improvements in nursing education.

Her efforts can be visualized through a three-word mantra passed on in the master’s programs that she has started and grown: Pride. Passion. Perseverance.

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Publisher Seeks Hoosiers’ Everyday Photos from Friday, May 20

Publisher Seeks Hoosiers’ Everyday Photos from Friday, May 20

Forthcoming Photo Book, One Day in May, to Highlight Typical Indiana Day

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. On Friday, May 20, 2016, Indiana University Press will look to answer the question “What is a Hoosier?” as residents from all 92 Indiana counties are invited to submit photos of their lives taken on this one day in May.

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Spotlight: IU East student Trevor Boram is researching ways skin cancer can be avoided, cured

Spotlight: IU East student Trevor Boram is researching ways skin cancer can be avoided, cured

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Trevor Boram

Trevor Boram’s heroes have always been scientists, and now the 20-year-old Indiana University East junior from Arcanum, Ohio, is joining them as he helps to “lay the foundation” for research into skin cancer avoidance and/or cures.

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IU East Chancellor Emeritus David Fulton to receive President’s Medal of Excellence

IU East Chancellor Emeritus David Fulton to receive President’s Medal of Excellence

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IU East Chancellor Emeritus David Fulton

Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie will present the President’s Medal for Excellence to Indiana University East Chancellor Emeritus David Fulton during the Commencement Ceremony. The President’s Medal is the highest honor an IU president can bestow.

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