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From Indiana Central University to Uindy: 1902-2007 A Success Story Part V: International partnerships and beyond: 1988-. The fifth president, Ben Lantz 1988-1998. Gene Sease, Ben Lantz, I. L. Esch. 1994: Christel De Haan FA Center. 1998: Smith Mall. New Programs.

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From Indiana Central University to Uindy: 1902-2007A Success StoryPart V: International partnerships and beyond: 1988-

new programs
New Programs
  • 1989: U. of Indianapolis in Athens
  • 1994: Good Hall Renovated
  • 1995: Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
  • 1996: Parish Nursing Program
new programs1
New Programs
  • 1998: Center for Christian Vocations
  • 1998: School of Adult Learning
  • 1998: Krannert School of PT offers DHS
  • 1999: South Wing of KML renamed Sease Wing
  • 1999: CCV renamed Lantz Center
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2000: Asian Programs Institutionalized
  • 2000: Wheeler Arts Community opens
  • 2001: CAC established
  • 2001: CELL receives $15M from Lilly End
  • 2001: Dr PT established
  • 2002: $50M campaign launched
  • 2003: Sue Willey (’75) becomes first female director of Athletics
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