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For release September 15, 2020 The new rankings of national and regional universities released this week by U.S. News and World Report show upward movement for Indiana University South Bend. IU South Bend is 50th for social mobility rankings among regional universities in the Midwest, recognizing good graduation rates among students who receive federal Pell Grants. “As this region’s public university, IU South Bend takes pride in providing educational opportunities for everyone…

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The IU South Bend Center for a Sustainable Future and Civil Rights Heritage Center will host “Seeing Systems” online via Zoom every Monday for six weeks, starting on September 14th running through October 19th .  The Centers are proud to bring “Seeing Systems” back to the public for the fifth time. “Seeing Systems” will weave complex principles such as peace, justice, and sustainability together into a coherent story. This six-week…

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Indiana University South Bend reports an increase in graduate students and diversity in its fall 2020 census count. The total number of students at IU South Bend is 4,942, exceeding its enrollment goal despite the challenges and uncertainty of today’s environment.  “Under unprecedented circumstances, IU South Bend is serving our region and is undaunted in our commitment to diversity on campus,” said Chancellor Susan Elrod. “Our faculty and staff have…

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Brayden Serna, a junior majoring in health administration, has lived in the area his entire life, graduating from Penn High School in 2018. He is a local and proud of it - Brayden specifically chose to attend  IU South Bend because he wanted to stay in Michiana as he worked toward his degree. “I really like living in this area. I have access to everything I need, and should I…

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Life is a bit greener at IU South Bend. The campus recently received the 2019 Tree Campus USA recognition. Tree Campus USA, an Arbor Day Foundation program, honors colleges and universities and their leaders for promoting healthy trees and engaging students and staff in the spirit of conservation. Students plant a memorial tree for Sustainability faculty member Dr. Edwin Joseph west of the Schurz Library at Earth Day, 2019 The call regarding the…

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