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Alysa Lambert, associate professor in human resources management, said David Eplion, dean of the School of Business, is good at keeping communication lines open and that he’s good at advocating with the school, the administration and with the community.

Dean Eplion at Home in the School of Business

Tassy Payne, Staff Reporter February 4, 2017

Not everyone gets the chance to work in a place they can call home. For David Eplion, he said it was an honor to come back to Southern Indiana to work at IU Southeast, a place he considered home. Eplion...

Kicking off November with thanks

Tassy Payne, Staff Reporter November 6, 2015

November is the month known for giving thanks. To celebrate IU Southeast held a Founders’ Day luncheon for retired faculty of IU Southeast to say thank you for the work they did and are still doing for...

New programs bring new opportunities

Paige Thompson, Managing Editor August 24, 2015

With a new semester comes new classes for students. This semester at IU Southeast brings a number of new opportunities for students. One major change this semester is a public relations track in the...

Vice chancellor wishes fond farewell

IUS Horizon September 30, 2012
Gilbert Atnip, former vice chancellor of Academic Affairs, retired on Sept. 30 after working 37 years at IU Southeast. Atnip held the vice chancellor position for 22 years. “I decided to retire as soon as I became eligible,” Atnip said. Chancellor Sandra Patterson-Randles said Atnip’s position made him second in command.

Adviser inspired by past, looks forward to future

IUS Horizon September 23, 2012
Quirky. Random. Talkative. Hard-working. Loyal. Helpful. These are just a few adjectives that describe Misti Whitaker, newest academic adviser for the School of Social Sciences. “I think one of the things that makes me so unique is my sense of humor,” Whitaker said. She said her sense of humor runs in the family. Each one of her three sisters, as well as her mother and stepfather, have a similar sense of humor.
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