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IU East announces faculty promotions

IU East announces faculty promotions

Ten IU East faculty were recently promoted in rank, in recognition of past achievements and as a sign of confidence that they are capable of greater responsibilities and accomplishments. These faculty promotions were approved by President Michael McRobbie and the Indiana University Board of Trustees and are effective for the 2018-2019 academic year.

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Graduates from the School of Nursing and Health Sciences: Longtime record of alumni success

Graduates from the School of Nursing and Health Sciences: Longtime record of alumni success

Note: Indiana University East School of Nursing and Health Sciences is preparing highly-qualified nurses for today’s healthcare professions. This is the third story in a four-part series to feature how today’s faculty and alumni are working with nursing students to prepare for the future. Read the series online at iue.edu/nursingalumni.

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Graduates from the School of Nursing and Health Sciences: Local, global ties

Graduates from the School of Nursing and Health Sciences: Local, global ties

Note: Indiana University East School of Nursing and Health Sciences is preparing highly-qualified nurses for today’s healthcare professions. This is the second story in a four-part series to feature how today’s faculty and alumni are working with nursing students to prepare for the future. Read the series online at iue.edu/nursingcommunity.

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Hispanic Heritage Month events at IU East

Hispanic Heritage Month events at IU East

Indiana University East’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration includes several events and activities offered by the World Languages and Cultures department and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

The annual Day of the Dead Altar Building Competition will be held on October 2. Spanish classes at IU East create the altars and speak about the Day of the Dead.

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First recipient of Venus Williams Tennis Scholarship is a first-year Red Wolf

First recipient of Venus Williams Tennis Scholarship is a first-year Red Wolf

Thais Mendez is the first recipient of the Venus Williams Tennis Scholarship.

The scholarship, named after distinguished IU East alumna and accomplished professional tennis player Venus Williams, was endowed by Larry and Jane Richards.

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IU East School of Nursing and Health Sciences graduates quickly land regional jobs

IU East School of Nursing and Health Sciences graduates quickly land regional jobs

Note: Indiana University East School of Nursing and Health Sciences is preparing highly-qualified nurses for today’s healthcare professions. This is the first story in a four-part series to feature how today’s faculty and alumni are working with nursing students to prepare for the future. The full series is available at iue.edu/nursingexperience.

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IU Women’s Fund grant to help provide community-based workshop for parents

IU Women’s Fund grant to help provide community-based workshop for parents

Associate Professor of Psychology Beth Trammell will offer a community-based workshop series, “Making Words Matter with Kids,” to teach parents, teachers and caregivers how to effectively communicate with children between the ages of 18 months and 12 years. The workshop series is made possible through an Indiana University Women’s Philanthropy Leadership Council award Trammell received in spring 2018.

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