• National Disability Employment Awareness Month
    October 01 12:00am
    National Disability Employment Awareness Month celebrates the accomplishments in the workplace of persons with disabilities and reaffirms the commitment to ensuring equal employment opportunities to all citizens. More Information: Library of Congress Commemorative Observances Indiana University Southeast Diversity Web Site more »
  • Rosh Hashanah (New Year) (Jewish)
    October 02 12:00am
    Jewish holiday begins at sundown the first day and ends at sundown or nightfall of concluding date. Further Information: Religious Observances Calendar 2014-2019 (PDF file) Religious Observances Policy (PDF file) Religious Observances, Request for Accommodation (Word file) more »
  • Meet Center for Women and Families Rep - Annell Lough
    October 05 12:00pm
    Meet Prevention Coordinator, Annell Lough, from the Center for Women and Families and learn about the services available. The Center for Women and Families' (CWF) mission is to help victims of intimate partner abuse or sexual violence to become survivors through supportive services, community education and cooperative partnerships that foste more »
  • Floyd Cty VA Service Officer - Marti Snyder
    October 06 9:00am
    Floyd Cty Veterans Services Officer Visit The Veterans Service Officer will provide free veterans affairs counseling and advocacy to all U. S. Veterans (regardless of organizational affiliation), their spouses, their survivors and their children. The Veterans Service Officer can assist with filing for Service Connected Disability Compensation, N more »
  • Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) - Jewish
    October 11 12:00am
    Jewish holiday begins at sundown the first day and ends at sundown or nightfall of concluding date. Further Information: Religious Observances Calendar 2014-2019 (PDF file) Religious Observances Policy (PDF file) Religious Observances, Request for Accommodation (Word file) more »
  • The Terrorist’s Son Author: Zak Ebrahim
    October 11 7:30pm
    Please join us at the Stem Auditorium as the IU Southeast Common Experience brings Zak Ebrahim to our campus.  Ebrahim’s father, El Sayyid Nosair (convicted of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing), had hoped Zak would follow in his footsteps and become a jihadist.  Instead, Zak was at the beginning of a long process of understand more »
September 2016