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IU Southeast holds 11th annual Student Conference

Around 300 undergraduate students

and 30 graduate students presented

posters and gave oral presentations

during the 2015 IU Southeast Student


In addition to student presentations, the

Student Conference featured awards,

programs and presentations made by

three IU Southeast faculty members.

The conference was open to the public.

IU Southeast journalism students receive awards at ICPA convention

Eight IU Southeast journalism students and recent graduates were honored at the 2015 Indiana Collegiate Press Association


The IU Southeast journalism students and graduates earned 14 awards in journalistic writing, design, photography and

online journalism. All work was published in IU Southeast’s student news outlet, The Horizon.

“My students do the work they do to serve the IU Southeast community,” said AdamMaksl, assistant professor of journalism

and faculty adviser of The Horizon. “But it’s great to get external validation of the amazing work these students produce.”

IU Southeast named Promising Place to

Work in Student Affairs

The publication Diverse: Issues in Higher Education named IU

Southeast one of the Most Promising Places to Work in Student

Affairs in 2015.

IU Southeast and 16 other universities that received this

distinction were featured in the Feb. 26 issue of Diverse, an online

and print magazine that has provided information about diversity

in universities for over 30 years.

Diverse and The Ohio State University conducted a national web-

based survey to select the winning universities. The survey contained

several categories, including average salaries, hiring processes,

professional development and others.

Diane Wille, professor of psychology and dean of research, addresses the crowd at the 2015

IU Southeast Student Conference.