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IU Southeast

Fall 2014 9

The Chancellor’s Medallion Dinner is moving to spring 2015

The Chancellor’s Medallion Dinner, IU Southeast’s flagship donor event, and the premier fundraising event in Southern

Indiana, has been moved from its usual occurrence in the fall to now take place the following spring.

This year’s fundraiser will be held Saturday, March 28, 2015, at Horseshoe Southern Indiana.

In addition to dinner and live and silent auctions, the annual gathering will recognize outstanding community leaders with

the Chancellor’s Medallion and provide scholarships to deserving students.

Over the past decade, the Chancellor’s Medallion Dinner has evolved into one of Southern Indiana’s premier civic events—

and a major source of scholarship funding for outstanding Indiana University Southeast students. The 2013 Medallion

Dinner drew more than 500 attendees, and raised more than $125,000. This year’s event is expected to draw the same

prestige.

As the event approaches, more detailed information will be made available. Please contact the IU Southeast Office of

Development at (812) 941-2464 with any questions.

IU Southeast students won 15 Society of Professional

Journalists awards

Thirteen Indiana University Southeast journalism

students and recent graduates were honored at the

annual awards dinner of the Society of Professional

Journalists Louisville Pro Chapter, winning more

awards than any other college in the region.

The annual awards dinner not only recognizes college

students, but also many area professional journalists.

Professionals from nearly every news organization in

Louisville were represented at the awards dinner, and

students got to meet and network with them.

In total, the students took home 15 awards in

journalistic writing, design, photography, online

journalism and videography.

Graphic Design grad wins logo design contest

IU Southeast graphic design grad, Michael Manning, 24, of New Albany,

designed the winning logo for the Louisville City Football Club.

More than 100 designs were submitted, but Manning’s purple and gold crest

featuring an abstract representation of the Louisville skyline, a bourbon barrel

and fleur de lis, stood apart from the other entries.

Manning will receive a $500 stipend, two polo shirts featuring the team’s new

logo, and two tickets to the Louisville City Football Club’s inaugural game for

his winning design.

IU Southeast journalism students accepted 15 awards in an array of categories.