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  • Exhibit in Alhambra's window to honor life of George Haynie

    Jennifer Greene, reference and archives librarian, and Dr. Stella Ress, assistant professor of history, will be installing an exhibit in the Alhambra Theatre window. The exhibit honors the man that the Haynie’s Corner Arts District is named for, George Haynie. The exhibit which will feature photos and news clips covering the history of Haynie’s Corner, Haynie’s Drug Store and George Haynie, will be on display beginning Friday, May 5 and will run through June 30. The photos and news clips are a part of Rice Library's digital archive collection.

    Mayor Lloyd Winnecke will be officiating a plaque dedication ceremony at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 5. The plaque honoring Haynie will be installed on the Haynie's Corner fountain. Haynie’s three-story drug store stood on the corner of Second and Adams until a fire in 1944. Haynie’s Corner has experienced new growth and life over the past several years becoming a hot spot for local art, entertainment and restaurants.

  • Pay Lots Reserved Friday April 28

    The Upper and Lower Pay lots are reserved tomorrow, Friday 4/28. Please move any non-essential vehicles out of the lots prior to 10 a.m. on Friday.

  • Stand Down for Fall Protection presentation

    Bryan Thais, safety consultant for INSafe, which is a division of the Indiana Department of Labor, will be on campus at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 11 in HP1027. He will be presenting "Stand Down for Fall Protection."

    The purpose of the National Safety Stand-Down is to raise awareness of preventing fall hazards in construction. Fatalities caused by falls from elevation continue to be a leading cause of death for construction employees, accounting for 350 of the 937 construction fatalities recorded in 2015 (BLS data). Those deaths were preventable. The National Fall Prevention Stand-Down raises fall hazard awareness across the country in an effort to stop fall fatalities and injuries.

    This event is sponsored by Environmental Health and Safety and is open to the public.

    For more information contact Bryan Morrison at 812-461-5393 or

  • Faculty/Staff survey - Call for questions

    OPRA will again be conducting a Fall Faculty and Staff Survey that will be launched on August 15 after the Fall Faculty and Administrative Staff meeting.

    If your department has questions that it would like to ask the entire USI employee population (or one of the three groups - faculty, support staff or administrators), this is your opportunity.

    Deadline for questions to be submitted for consideration is Wednesday June 28, 2017. Let Dr. Kat Draughon know if you are considering adding questions now, so she can follow up with you.

    FYI - Deadline for questions submission for the Freshmen and Senior Assessment Day surveys is Monday July 31.

    For more information contact Kat Draughon at or 812-465-1630.

  • St. Mary’s Mobile Digital Mammography Unit on campus May 4

    HR is announcing the St. Mary’s Mobile Digital Mammography Unit on-campus in room HP 1041. Call the number below to set up your appointment directly with St. Mary’s Breast Center. Inform them that you are a USI employee or spouse of an employee making an appointment for the day below.

    University of Southern Indiana

    Thursday, May 4, 2017 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

    St. Mary’s Mobile Digital Mammography Unit will be ON-CAMPUS in HP 1041

    To schedule an appointment for your mammogram call 812-485-4437

    Future Campus Visits

    December 14, 2017

    May 3, 2018

     Digital mammography works in the same way as traditional mammograms but instead of capturing images on x-ray film, which has to be developed, images are captured digitally and immediately sent to a computer monitor. This allows our radiologist to manipulate the image’s brightness, contrast and magnification to help detect any cancer that may be present.  Patient accesses to this technology, through the availability of a mobile unit, will allow us to provide the best technology available to women who may not otherwise have access to this technology.

    St. Mary’s Breast Center also offers the advantage of having a dedicated Breast Radiologist, Dr. Charles Lackey, on site at all times. Dr. Lackey is a Board-Certified Breast Radiologist, who is extensively trained in breast health, completed a breast fellowship at Washington University, St. Louis, and continues to study breast imaging extensively.  Dr. Lackey will carefully examine all the images obtained and a letter will be mailed with the results on the next business day.

    You do not need a physician’s order. Women with implants can have a digital mammogram. Mammograms are normally covered under all insurance plans and your insurance carrier will be billed for these services.  It is always a good idea to check with your insurance company first before scheduling.  Anthem will cover screening  mammograms for USI employees and their spouses. The time span in-between annual screenings does not have to be exactly one year plus a day from the date of your last screening.  However, you are only allowed one mammogram screening under your wellness benefit per calendar year.

  • USI employment opportunities from April 1 - 21

    Faculty/Adjunct Faculty

    Instructor in Psychology, College of Liberal Arts

    Adjunct Instructor in Psychology


    Event Services Assistant, Special Events and Scheduling Services

    Service, Maintenance, Security

    Lead Custodial Worker (3rd Shift), Facility Operations and Planning

    Public Safety Officer, Public Safety

    Dispatcher, Public Safety

    Part-Time, Temporary, Seasonal

    Seasonal Grounds Maintenance Worker

    View all employment opportunities.

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