IU Southeast joins IURegional LawScholars program
Starting in the fall semester, IU Southeast students and alumni will have a chance to
obtain a 50 percent scholarship for law school.
The Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis has entered
into an agreement with IU Southeast and four other IU regional campuses to create the
Indiana University Regional Law Scholars Program.
The program offers a minimum of a renewable half-tuition scholarship, as well as
guaranteed experiential learning opportunities or paid employment as a research
assistant following completion of 31 law school credit hours.
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2016 Student Conference highlights wide variety of
Frommeteorites to megafauna, 275 undergraduate and graduate students presented
more than 200 posters, papers, fine art and performances at the 12th annual Student
Conference in April.
Presentations were judged by nearly 50 faculty volunteers during the two-day
conference. Awards and words of recognition were presented by Chancellor Ray
Wallace at a luncheon honoring the students.
Filling pantries for
students in need
An Emergency Food Pantry opened on
campus as part of an extension of support
services IU Southeast offers students.
Housed in IU Southeast’s Office of Personal
Counseling Services and organized by
Counselor and Care Manager Karen Richie,
the pantry is available to students in need.
“We will provide them with resources once
they access the food pantry on campus, so
if they are in a chronic situation, they can
seek additional community services. We
also understand that sometimes situations
‘sneak up’ on us and they are temporary
and transitional. This is another reason we
started this initiative,” Richie said.