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Fulbright Scholar to share experiences of Vietnam

Fulbright Scholar to share experiences of Vietnam

Joanne Passet, dean of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences and professor of history, will give an illustrated presentation and share stories about her experiences in Vietnam and her travels in Cambodia and China. The presentation will begin at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 6, in the Whitewater Hall Community Room.

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Artist inspired by landscape in upcoming gallery exhibit at IU East

Artist inspired by landscape in upcoming gallery exhibit at IU East

Indiana University East will feature artist Sara Hanlon in the upcoming exhibit in The Gallery. “The Works of Sara Hanlon” will be on display March 29 through May 7. She is also scheduled for workshops with IU East art students in the studios.

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IU East to offer first master’s degree in southeastern Indiana

IU East to offer first master’s degree in southeastern Indiana

This summer, Indiana University East will offer its first graduate degree program at its Ivy Tech Community College site in Lawrenceburg. On Friday, March 12, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education approved the Master of Science in Education degree program for the Lawrenceburg campus.

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IU East Faculty News and Notes

IU East Faculty News and Notes

Humanities and Social Sciences professors publish works
Alisa Clapp-Itnyre
, associate professor of English, will have an article published by the Children’s Literature Association Quarterly. The article, “Nineteenth-Century British Children’s Hymnody: Re-Tuning the History of Childhood with Chords and Verses,” focuses on her research of children’s hymnodies.  Clapp-Itnyre received a New Frontiers in the Arts and Humanities grant for 2010 from Indiana University to research “Nineteenth-Century British Hymns for Children: A Lost Genre of Victorian Childhood.”

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