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Professor Debra Clem discusses what brings her joy in teaching as she shows off dozens of artworks created by both herself and her students.

‘Talent is a bad word’: The art of teaching and connecting with students

Logan Stephens, Staff Reporter November 17, 2019

The relationship between instructors and students was on full display as Debra Clem, fine arts professor and program coordinator, showed off dozens of works of art on Thursday, Nov. 14 to a group of students...

A student working on geography by tracing blocks.

Project AHEAD Gives Kids a Chance to Expand Their Minds

Ashley Smith, Staff Reporter November 21, 2016

The IU Southeast college campus turned into an elementary and middle school Saturday, Nov. 12 with students from Indiana and Louisville during the Project AHEAD event that took place in Knobview, Crestview...

Doing What She Loves

Doing What She Loves

Morgan Wooden, Staff Writer October 17, 2016

The saying “If you love your job, you’ll never work a day in your life” is the attitude of someone who experiences joy from what they do. If this is true, then Mindy Badia, associate professor...

This Path Will End

This Path Will End

Kristin Kennedy, News Editor April 18, 2016

The end is near. After walking on an exciting and chaotic path filled with coursework, exams, work and various life events, I will soon be able to say I have completed my time at IU Southeast. I...

(Standing) Shelby Royalty, education senior, teaches students a lesson about weathering in Susan Mosley’s fourth-grade classroom at Corydon Intermediate School. “We were making a W with our hands and then breaking it apart to show that weathering is the breaking of rocks,” Royalty said.

Following her calling in the classroom

Kristin Kennedy, Social Media Coordinator October 19, 2015

On Tuesday, July 28, 24 fourth-grade students watched Shelby Royalty, education senior, as she led an icebreaker activity she found on Pinterest. Some IU Southeast students were on summer break that...

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