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爸爸不可以了太深了We’ve missed you and can’t wait to have many of you back on campus soon. Most of our faculty and staff return to campus on July 6, and this fall we are offering a flexible mix of face-to-face, hybrid and online courses. At USI, we value a culture of care and concern. Our faculty and staff have been hard at work preparing courses and our campus, and putting a number of new practices in place to ensure the safety of our entire community. We know this coming semester will be different, and at times challenging, but as Screagles, WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER!

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Holcomb appoints new USI Trustee, reappoints two to board

Governor Eric Holcomb has appointed Daniel M. Fuquay of Evansville and reappointed Kenneth L. Sendelweck, of Jasper, Indiana, and Ronald D. Romain of Evansville to the University of Southern Indiana Board of Trustees.

USI’s Historic New Harmony launches a Virtual Community Conversation series

University of Southern Indiana’s Historic New Harmony is launching a series of “Virtual Community Conversations” starting at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 11 on a public Zoom video conference.

USI to offer live-narrated, campus driving tours

Undergraduate Admissions staff members will lead the tours from an Admissions vehicle while narrating the tours in real time for up to five cars at a time.

An open letter to USI students from President Ronald S. Rochon

Addressing the national response to the killing of George Floyd

USI grant project works to combat social isolation, strengthen geriatrics workforce

A grant-funded project at the University of Southern Indiana is pivoting during the COVID-19 pandemic to reach out to potentially isolated older adults in order to continue to provide care and to help stay connected throughout the pandemic.

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