2018 No. 1 Spring/Summer Foundations Magazine

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Title: 2018 No. 1 Spring/Summer Foundations Magazine
Other Titles: Foundations
Author: Indiana University South Bend. Office of Communications and Marketing; Indiana University South Bend. Office of Alumni Relations
Keywords: Indiana University South Bend -- Alumni and alumnae -- Periodicals
Date: 2018
Publisher: Indiana University South Bend
Abstract: Spring/Summer 2018 issue of Foundations Magazine, the publication of the IU South Bend Alumni Association. Contents include spotlight on seven Alumni of the Year recipients and list of alumni honorees; student profile on 16-year-old junior Phillip Marmorino, the first IUSB student to receive the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, and his work with Associate Professor of Mathematics Peter Connor; student profile on the McKenzie family, one mother and two daughters, all students at IUSB in different majors; announcement of new dean of College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Brenda Phillips; details about the celebration of IU Day 2018; alumna profile on Chantel Shores, who returned to IUSB for the new Clinical Laboratory Science Program; article about Tanya Gabrielian, new Martin Endowed Professor in Piano; cover story about departure and legacy of Chancellor Terry Allison; In Memoriam briefs about deceased IUSB community members, including former Chancellor Ken Perrin; announcement of IUSB's purchase of the Wooden Indian Motel on Lincolnway for demolition and consequent improvement of property to make the campus more welcoming; article about the 2018 commencement ceremony, at which Joseph Mancini was awarded with the Distinguished Alumni Award; announcement of Jann Joseph's being named interim Chancellor upon former Chancellor Terry Allison's leave; faculty spotlight on Josh Wells, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Social Informatics, and his study of increasing sea levels around the east coast affecting historic archeological sites; article about the Bowman Creek Educational Eco System Partnership (BCe2) and its reception of a state award; announcement of the renaming of Riverside Hall to Vera Z. Dwyer Hall, in honor of gifts given to IUSB by the Dwyer Trust; news of a gift of $500,000 from a couple in France to the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts in honor of one donor's late partner, Shaun Charles McGee, who covered early IUSB music and theatre productions as a reporter for the South Bend Tribune; honor roll of donors; information about the Arbutus Society; and alumni news.
Other Information: pdf of a print copy
Location: https://hdl.handle.net/10333/12842
Type: Other

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