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IU East students hope to implement lessons learned at NCORE

IU East students hope to implement lessons learned at NCORE

This summer two students are learning more about diversity, social activism and how they could enhance opportunities at Indiana University East for students.

IU East students Taylor Webster and Mary Webster, sisters from Richmond, Indiana, attended the 31st Annual National Conference for Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE®) held in New Orleans, May 28 to June 2. They were joined at the conference by Latishea Varnesdeel, special assistant to the chancellor and chief diversity officer, Sheila Armstead, director of field/clinical assistant professor for the School of Social Work, and Cal Simpson, lecturer for the School of Business and Economics and advisor to the Multicultural Affairs Club.

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IU East students traveling to Dominican Republic to construct, distribute ceramic water filters

IU East students traveling to Dominican Republic to construct, distribute ceramic water filters

Indiana University East students are preparing to leave for the Dominican Republic this week to construct and distribute ceramic water filters for families in need of clean drinking water. Eight students will travel to the Dominican Republic November 20-25 as part of an online service-learning course at IU East.

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