The Indiana University East community mourns the loss of Chancellor Emeritus David Fulton. He passed away Sunday, September 11. Fulton was IU East’s fourth chancellor and led the campus from 1995-2007.
The Indiana University East School of Education’s English Language Arts Education program recently received its first national recognition from the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).
The national standards for English education are applied to the curriculum, test results, clinical practice, assessment of students, planning for student learning, pedagogy and content knowledge. Title II scores indicate IU East graduates far exceed national averages.
Whether they are riding their bikes or walking around campus, running to classes or running for the Indiana University East track team, Clint Swanson and Brandon Lingenfelter have gained valuable legs up on their careers while serving as cadets on the university police force.
There was great success last year for the 2015 Wayne County Business Survey. The report had been released on the Indiana University East Business and Economic Research Center (BERC) website at http://www.iue.edu/business/berc/.
Indiana University East will soon welcome a new director of Human Resources. Evelyn Gordon will begin in the role September 12. Gordon is a resident of Beavercreek, Ohio.
How does a child who seems to have no future find a way to succeed?
Author Steve Pemberton describes how he did it in A Chance in the World, this year’s selection for Indiana University East’s “One Book, Many Voices” project.
The Indiana University East Office of Campus Life and the Student Activity Advisory Team announced the co-headliners for the fall concert during tonight’s Unveiling Party hosted by G101.3.
Daya and SoMo will perform in concert Thursday, September 29, at IU East’s Student Events and Activities Center. The doors will open at 7 p.m. with the concert starting at 8 p.m.
Indiana University East celebrated one of its biggest nights on August 19 by opening its brand new Student Events and Activities Center and announcing the largest gift ever from an alum.
Paul and Pat Lingle have a strong connection to the history and development of Indiana University East.
Since IU East was established in 1971, the Lingles have supported the campus. Today, they continue to be a part of IU East by providing a $700,000 gift to the new Student Events and Activities Center.
Three Red Wolves received Summer 2016 Olympic medals in Rio de Janeiro over the weekend.
Monica Puig won the first gold medal in any sport for Puerto Rico. Puig made Olympic history after she defeated Germany’s Angelique Kerber 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 on Saturday, August 13.