WELCOME TO THE IU SOUTHEAST COMMON EXPERIENCE
An annual program designed to cultivate a common intellectual conversation across campus, to strengthen the sense of community at Southeast and in the region, to encourage open discussion, civil discourse, and critical thinking, and to enhance the reputation of Southeast as a regional center of learning excellence.
Theme: Citizens making a difference in America.
Reading: Coming of Age in Mississippi by Anne Moody
Theme: Identity in a Multicultural World: Who Am I?
Theme: Greening of Earth: Whose Responsibility?
Theme: Health and Humanity in the New Millennium: Where Do We Go From Here?
Theme: Living in the Digital Age: Virtual Community or Real Connectedness?
Theme: Liberty and Justice for All? Social Change and Campus Action for 70 Years and Beyond
Theme: Education in America: Relevance and Empowerment
Theme: Public and Private Ethics: Who Decides?
Discussion of the Common Experience book The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time by Mark Haddon (2003)
Jeffersonville Friday Book Club Discussion of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night by Mark Haddon (2003)