Michael Jackman, the current Academic Affairs Diversity Coordinator for Indiana University Southeast, was inducted on May 19 into FACET, the Indiana University Faculty Academy on Excellence in Teaching. The ceremony welcomed 13 new faculty from across Indiana University campuses as the FACET class of 2017. To receive the honor, their nominations and applications were peer-reviewed by campus and statewide FACET committees. Jackman, a Senior Lecturer in Writing, is beginning his tenth year at Southeast and his third year as Diversity Coordinator. He also serves as Community Engagement Professional Liaison to the campus for Indiana Campus Compact, an organization that promotes community partnerships with member campuses, is co-advisor to the Jewish Student Union, a new registered student organization, and is a published poet. His poem, “Mantua, 1612,” about Jewish Composer Salamone Rossi, won second place in the 2014 Raynes Poetry Prize. Recently he published, “Metre and Meaning in Jane Kenyon’s ‘Song,'” in New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing.