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Nursing students travel annually to a Navajo Reservation in Chinle as part of the School of Nursing’s outreach programs. Students are immersed in the culture and experience home health care and hospital care. In return the students provide teaching presentations in the reservation school system. (includes additional news within article)
Carla Messer, visiting lecturer of business administration, received a Woman of Excellence Award by the West Chester – Liberty Chamber Alliance. She obtained grant funding to help with operating funds and capital improvements, including renovation of a former crack house that now houses 91 children and over 400 women. (includes additional news within article)
ObservatoryPatrick Motl, assistant professor of physics, will begin the open house at 7 p.m. with a short presentation about the MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging (MESSENGER) mission. Observation will continue through 10 p.m., weather permitting.
The program is part of the campus's "Complete in Four," program, which pushes students to plan ahead to graduate in four years. Parkison said students need to complete 30 credits each year to reach that goal. Maymester offers a short, immersive class to earn an additional three credits in a short time period, leaving the rest of the summer to take additional classes, work, or take a vacation.
During the first of three different visits, Indiana University Northwest students are learning the real deal about teaching a real class. They will be going to student teach around the area and they are all set for student teaching with the help of Joan Martin fifth grade teachers.
A project from the Center for a Sustainable Future at Indiana University South Bend was recently named as one of the best green projects by the National Wildlife Federation’s (NWF’s) Campus Ecology program. This is the third year in a row IU South Bend has been featured in the case studies database.
Recently I attended "Swan Lake" at Indiana University South Bend and was delighted by the excellent orchestral music and the exuberant dancing of a program … We are fortunate to have many cultural venues to enjoy music, drama and ballet performances by professionals, talented amateurs and ambitious students.
IU Southeast is named in the 2013 edition of “The Best 296 Business Schools” by the Princeton Review. This is the eighth year in a row that IU Southeast has been included in the publication, which recognizes Master’s in Business Administration programs.
Lunch with an IPFW Scientist at Science Central, Saturday, December 8, features a presentation by Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) physics instructor Jacob Millspaw that includes things all kids love: robots and Lego® building blocks.