The inaugural Indiana University South Bend Chancellor’s Professor Lecture will be held on Tuesday, April 28 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium in the Education and Arts Building on campus.
2014 Chancellor’s Professor Mike Keen will present Mission Possible: Campus and Community Working Together. How do we create a future for Michiana that is ecologically friendly, economically sound, socially responsible and intentionally inclusive? The secret? It starts with you.
Admission is free and the lecture is open to students, faculty, staff and community residents. Please RSVP by April 24 to Pam Land at email@example.com or 574-520-4344
Mike Keen is professor of Sociology and director of the Center for a Sustainable Future (CSF) at IU South Bend. He has been teaching on campus since 1986 and founded the CSF on campus in 2008.
The Chancellor’s Professor honors a full professor or librarian with highly meritorious performance in all areas of work. It recognizes a record of extensive accomplish and leadership in teaching, research, and campus service. Chancellor Terry L. Allison established the award in his first year at IU South Bend as a way to recognize and encourage excellence in faculty on campus.