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Professor Part of New Research on Archaeological Site Destruction

Indiana University South Bend Associate Professor of Anthropology and Social Informatics Josh Wells is part of a team of researchers who have examined how projected sea-level rise will destroy archeological sites in the southeastern United States. The results of the work involving researchers at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville,  IU South Bend,  Alexandria Archive Institute, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and others have been published in PLOS ONE,…

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Freshman Emily Hernandez is the first generation in her family to go to college, and she is certainly working hard paving her path to success. She was a 21st Century Scholar Washington…

Dr. Richard Boling II has received the Lewis S. Armstrong Award from the Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics at Indiana University South Bend. The award honors an individual from Elkhart County for outstanding business and civic contributions to…

Freshman Ben Nevroske grew up and went to high school in Homewood, Illinois, but decided to make the move out of state to come study at IU South Bend. Although he considered larger…

People from the campus and community stood in line all day to show their support for DACA students. IU South Bend hosted a unique outdoor art project in the Administration Building parking lot where a wall is now adorned with the…

United States Senator Joe Donnelly led the ribbon cutting ceremony today to celebrate the completion of the $4 million renovation project at Riverside Hall at Indiana University South Bend. (L-R) Indiana University Executive Vice President John Applegate, Indiana University Trustee Phil…