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Minnich to serve as Shield Editor-in-Chief through 2020-21 academic year

Kami Minnich, a University of Southern Indiana senior majoring in journalism from Oaktown, Indiana, has been named Editor-in-Chief for The Shield, USI’s independent student newspaper effective Friday, November 20.

Virtual Global Salon presentation on using data to predict neurodevelopmental outcomes in Bangladeshi children

The USI College of Liberal Arts will host its final virtual Global Salon presentation of the semester by Dr. Heather Cook, Assistant Professor of Statistics, at 1 p.m. CST Thursday, November 19.

Virtual Global Salon presentation on serving in the Peace Corps

The University of Southern Indiana College of Liberal Arts will host its third virtual Global Salon presentation, “Taking Your Skills and Education Global,” by Andrea Tiller, Field Based Recruiter for the Peace Corps, at 1 p.m. CST Thursday, November 12.

USI Gender Studies program hosts virtual Suffrage Amendment Symposium

The University of Southern Indiana Gender Studies Committee, in partnership with the Africana Studies Minor and Global Studies, will host a virtual symposium beginning Monday, November 9, that exhibits student research, art and other creative works focusing on the celebration of the women’s suffrage amendment, its complicated legacy and challenges that lie ahead.

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