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Annual student art show applications opens soon

John Pena, a senior finance major, looks at “From Yesterday to Forever” by junior Ryan McKain Sunday afternoon at the 2016 USI Juried Student Art Exhibition. “I see new faces everytime,” he said. “I wonder how long it took.”
March 3, 2020

This year marks the 50th annual USI Juried Student Art Exhibition. The show is a presentation of selected student work from the end of the previous year’s submission dates to the current dates. Every...

USI offers noncredit agriculture programs

USI offers noncredit agriculture programs
March 3, 2020

USI's Outreach and Engagement is offering a series of noncredit agriculture. This will be part of its Lifelong Learning program. The low-cost programs will cover a variety of topics and will be offered...

University suspends programs to countries affected by coronavirus

University suspends programs to countries affected by coronavirus
March 2, 2020

The university is suspending all university-led and sponsored programs to any country the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or U.S. Department of State (DOS) deems a Level three risk, according...

Historic New Harmony unveils gifts

Historic New Harmony unveiled plaques to honor the gifts for the 40th anniversary of the Atheneum at the Historic New Harmony Advisory Board meeting Feb. 24.
February 25, 2020

Historic New Harmony unveiled plaques to honor the gifts for the 40th anniversary of the Atheneum at the Historic New Harmony Advisory Board meeting Feb. 24. The gifts allowed upgrades and facility preservation...

Presentation to show potential of video games

Crystal Steltenpohl will present the second Liberal Arts Colloquium lecture Feb. 28.
February 25, 2020

The College of Liberal Arts will host “It’s All Fun and Games ‘til Somebody Gets Learnt: Exploring the Potential for Video Games in Education,” by Crystal Steltenpohl, assistant professor of psychology...

University to host cyber conference

USI will host the Southwest Indiana Cyber Conference 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 19.
February 25, 2020

USI will host the Southwest Indiana Cyber Conference 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 19 in the Griffin Center. The conference will bring information and resources to the tristate region about cybersecurity. People...

Crime Log 2/18-2/23

Crime Log 2/18-2/23
February 25, 2020

2/18 10:45 a.m.- Illness Report/Liberal Arts Building 11:00 a.m.- Traffic Accident/Science Center 12:08 p.m.- Theft/Baseball Field 12:11 p.m.- Illness Report/Orr Center 5:25 p.m.-  Fire-Odor...

Crime Log 2/11-2/18

Crime Log 2/11-2/18
February 18, 2020

2/11 10:35 a.m.- Suspicious Person(s)/Orr Center 2:12 p.m.- Injury Report/University Center West 5:33 p.m.- Injury Report/Broadway Recreational Complex 7:35 p.m.- Injury Report/O’Bannon Hall 9:50...

Visiting artist comes to USI for demonstration and lecture

Visiting artist comes to USI for demonstration and lecture
February 18, 2020

The Art and Design Department will welcome Seth Green, an assistant professor of ceramics at Purdue University. Green is coming to campus on Feb. 18 and will be giving two demonstrations in the Dowhie...

Efroymson Fellowship exhibition seeks to engage

Efroymson Fellowship exhibition seeks to engage
February 18, 2020

Efroymson Bridge Fellowship’s most recent exhibition, Mortal Flesh, is coming to the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries on Feb. 17 and will be displayed until March 15. There will be a reception on...

USI hosts Founders’ Day speech competition

USI hosts Founders’ Day speech competition
February 18, 2020

The university will host a speech competition for the Founders’ Day Luncheon on Sept. 16. The speech must be 750-1,000 words. A $500 stipend will be rewarded to the student who is chosen to give...

Crime log 2/4-2/10

Crime log 2/4-2/10
February 11, 2020

2/4 3:35 p.m.- Fraud/Ruston Hall 3:56 p.m.- Fire-Odor Investigation/University Center West   2/5 12:20 p.m.- Incident Report/Public Safety Building 3:18 p.m.- Drug-Manufacture/Possession...

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