A first-time collaborative course between the Indiana University East School of Humanities and Social Sciences and the School of Business and Economics allowed students to study how political, economic and cultural processes of globalization have changed relationships between China and the West.
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.
Indiana University East School of Humanities and Social Sciences will offer a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish degree beginning fall 2016. Courses in the degree program will be offered on campus and online.
Nursing students from IU East stepped outside the campus and into different cultures during three recent real-world journeys.
They immersed themselves into poverty, cultural diversity and community medicine in different areas of the United States.
IU East students lead sessions on Women in Art at the RAM
Indiana University East fine arts students will lead talks at the Richmond Art Museum during “Women in Art.” The first session is today (June 12) from 12:45-1:45 p.m. in McGuire Memorial Hall Auditorium. The sessions are free and open to the public.
A group of Indiana University East students will leave on a trip Friday, October 7, to explore the American West. The 11 students, along with two faculty members, will depart from campus that morning to travel to southeastern Utah for a one-week excursion.
Indiana University East students will study abroad through two different courses this May. Separate educational opportunities have been planned for France and Belize.
Julien Simon, assistant professor of World Cultures and Languages, is leading the trip to France so that students may experience the country’s culture and history first-hand. The trip is May 7-15 and includes Paris, Verdun, Lyon, and Versailles.
RICHMOND, Ind. – Seven Indiana University East students studied abroad throughout Europe as part of a broad-based culture and non-linear music history and composition courses. The students visited two main city epicenters of music – Venice and Vienna – while they traveled. Students left for Europe on May 24 and returned June 7.
It’s not often students can directly see the impact spending habits at home can have on communities outside of the United States.
A group of Indiana University East students traveled to Costa Rica as part of their class on Fair Trade versus Free Trade and the Effects of Globalization on Central America taught by Teresa Henderson, lecturer of World Languages and Cultures. While there, the class studied free and fair trade as well as the effects international corporations have on environmental systems.