Dr. Uric Dufrene
Dr. Dufrene serves as Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, responsible for the quality, development, coordination, and promotion of all academic and non-credit programs and courses on the campus. He is also responsible for faculty personnel matters, for periodic review of academic programs, and for assessment of student learning and institutional effectiveness. He oversees the development and use of learning resources, including the library. Along with the associate vice chancellor and the dean for research, he develops programs to improve teaching and learning, to encourage and support faculty research and creative work, and to promote the cultural and intellectual growth of the academic community.
Dr. Dufrene is also a Professor of Finance and Sanders Chair in Business.
Dr. Wyandotte is currently serving as Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. She is an Associate Professor of English who earned her B.A. from Hillsdale College, her M.A. from Ohio University, as well as a Juris Doctor from Indiana University Indianapolis. She subsequently earned a Ph.D. in English specializing in composition and rhetoric from Ball State University. Since coming to IU Southeast in 1992, Dr. Wyandotte has also participated in the Writing Program Administration and served as Dean of the School of Arts and Letters.
Dr. Wille serves as the Dean for Graduate Studies and Research at IU Southeast. Her position promotes, supports and provides services for the ever increasing number of IU Southeast graduate programs. As dean she chairs the IU Southeast Graduate Council. Her office also promotes and supports faculty and student research and creative activity. She also provides oversight to ensure that the rights and welfare of research subjects are in accordance with University policies as well as federal regulations and guidelines. The welfare of human subjects is secured by the Institutional Research Board for the Protection of Human Subjects; the welfare of animal subjects is secured by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.
Veronica E. Medina
Dr. Medina serves as Diversity Coordinator for Academic Affairs and Director of the ADIE (Academy of Diversity & Inclusive Education), roles that support faculty in the development of teaching, research, creative and service activities related to diversity and culturally inclusive pedagogies and methodologies. Initiatives and programs supported by the Academic Affairs Diversity Coordinator and ADIE Director include Study Abroad and Global Awareness (SAGA); Common Experience; and Gender Studies. ADIE provides resources-- such as access to a library of diversity texts and faculty fellowships-- to support and showcase the achievements of faculty and their students in the design and implementation of diversity and culturally inclusive curricula.
Dr. Medina joined the IU Southeast School of Social Sciences in 2012 and is an Associate Professor of Sociology.