• CMS Citation Workshop
    October 22 5:15pm
    Attend this brief workshop to learn about how to use CMS (Chicago Manual of Style) documentation format in your writing to cite your sources/research.  The workshop will review the resources available as well as the most common problems to avoid when using CMS guidelines.  The workshop is presented by Leigh Ann Meyer, Director of The W more »
  • Common Experience: "Where Am I Wearing?" Author Kelsey Timmerman
    October 22 6:00pm
    Join us as IUS and the IUS Common Experience welcomes Kelsey Timmerman to campus.  He will talk about the people and families who work in the “sweat shops” across the world who made his clothes.  There will be a book signing after the event.  The event is free and open to all. The 2018-19 Common Experience theme is &ld more »
  • Haunted IUS Walking Tour
    October 23 7:15pm
    Join us for the 2nd annual Haunted IUS Walking Tour. Librarian Courtney will regale you with the more macabre and spooky side of the IUS campus' history, sharing tales of reported apparitions, mysterious objects, and more! As we walk around campus, you will also have a chance to experience a brief moment of what an actual paranormal investig more »
  • Walk-in Wednesday
    October 24 8:00am
    No appointment required, help with all services. One-on-one Coaching, Resume and Cover Letters, Career Assessments, Interview Preparation, Internships, Job Search Strategies, Gradualte School Planning. more »
  • Cultural Trip: Mai's Thai Restaurant
    October 24 12:30pm
    Join Professor Valerie Scott and her P305 Psychology and Cultures students as they experience the cultural diversity present at Mai's Thai Restaurant.  Bring your own $$$$ for lunch. Bus returns to IU Southeast by 2:30pm. For more information or to sign up, please contact Campus Life in UC 010 or call (812) 941-2316. You may sign-u more »
  • Social Sciences Forum: "Unfinished Business: Representation and Diversity in Politics, Pop Culture, and the Media"
    October 24 6:00pm
    Please join us for a School of Social Sciences Forum titled "Unfinished Business: Representation and Diversity in Politics, Pop Culture, and the Media." The speakers will be: Dr. Rhonda Wrzenski, Political Science Dr. Sara Hare, Sociology Dr. Aimee Adam, Psychology more »
October 2018