As the Marketing and Digital Media Specialist at SPEA IUPUI, Jaclyn is responsible for the school’s overall social media strategy. Prior to joining SPEA, Jaclyn worked at IU Communications, where she wrote and edited stories for Inside IU and Inside IU Bloomington and collaborated with schools and centers to publicize news about IU's creative culture. Jaclyn has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Indiana University Bloomington.

Entries by Jaclyn Lansbery

Faculty Q&A: SPEA Assistant Professor Eric Grommon wins IU Trustees Teaching Award

Each year, SPEA IUPUI awards a full-time faculty member the IU Trustees Teaching Award for their positive impact on learning. Assistant Professor Eric Grommon, who joined SPEA in 2012, was selected for the annual award. In addition to teaching both graduate and undergraduate criminal justice courses, Grommon collaborates with students on a range of community-based… Read more »

SPEA students serve the city as interns for Indianapolis Mayor’s Office

Since he began attending SPEA IUPUI as an undergraduate in fall 2012, Andre Zhang Sonera has stayed busy participating in student organizations and completing three internships. In fall 2014, he served as an intern for the White House as part of SPEA’s Washington Leadership Program, and in summer 2015, he completed an internship at the… Read more »

Borst Fellow and MPA student Thomas Bray immersed in Indiana legislative process

As a senior at Fishers High School, Thomas Bray learned first-hand how to argue on behalf of the U.S. Constitution in front of a panel of legislators. His learning process was part of We the People, a national program that challenges elementary and high school students to participate in simulated congressional hearings. “The We the… Read more »

Project Grow: SPEA students develop leadership skills through mentoring program

For students who are underrepresented minorities, mentorship is critical to future success.  Tamra Wright, who serves as SPEA’s Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, said mentoring opportunities allow women – especially African American women – to develop their own leadership skills and see that others who look like them can rise to the top. Wright,… Read more »