Archive for the ‘Heidi Huff’ Category

Summer and Service

Monday, May 28th

Summer and Service make a great mix, and we’re busy connecting campus and community.  Frances Yates continues in her role as faculty representative for Service-Learning and Heidi Huff (Lib-lady Heidi Huff) has added the role of service-learning coordinator to her campus responsibilities.  In addition to offering support for courses with service-learning components, we’re placing Experiential […]

What’s in a name?

Monday, April 30th

Shakespeare wrote, “that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”  After completing their diversity research the 8th graders from Early College Prep Academy might disagree.  As part of the “Unpacking Your Diversity” Bridgeway project, facilitated by a partnership among Early College at the Richmond Schools, Ivy Tech, and the […]

Early College + IU East Campus Library = Career Quest!

Monday, April 23rd

What do athletic trainer, musician, video game artist, pediatrician, forensic science technician, mathematician, emergency medical technician, veterinarian, computer hardware engineer, multimedia artist, and administrative services manager have in common? They are all career possibilities explored by 7th graders as part of a career quest program facilitated by a partnership among Early College at the Richmond […]

Music Greats

Monday, April 9th

Last week Marc Rossi, professor of piano at Berklee College of Music, graced IUE with a number of music presentations.  In just 3 days Rossi, a classical music composer; jazz pianist-composer; and practitioner of Indian music, lectured on Indian music; led a jazz workshop; performed at the Gennett Mansion; and led a composition master class. […]

World Poetry Day

Monday, March 19th

In 1999, UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) declared March 21st as World Poetry Day to “give fresh recognition and impetus to national, regional and international poetry movements.” During an interview with BBC Jo Shapcott, poet, professor, and former president of The Poetry Society (now that’s some alliteration), was asked “Why does […]