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USI TRIO SSS Program awarded funding through 2024-25

The University of Southern Indiana’s TRIO Student Support Services Program has been awarded more than $1.3 million in grant funding from the U.S. Department of Education to continue operation through the 2024-25 Academic Year.

Historic New Harmony host women’s suffrage exhibit

Historic New Harmony invites you to a special exhibition exploring the centennial of women’s suffrage in the U.S. beginning Monday, August 17 at the Atheneum Visitor’s Center.

Historic New Harmony hosts virtual speaker series featuring USI faculty, staff and students

Historic New Harmony invites the public to participate in a virtual speaker series, Crossroads: Change in Rural America showcasing personal stories and research from USI faculty, staff and students beginning on August 27.

USI offering noncredit agriculture programs

University of Southern Indiana Outreach and Engagement is offering a series of noncredit agriculture courses as part of its Lifelong Learning program. These low-cost programs, designed in part from feedback provided by farmers in the region, will cover a variety of topics and will be offered throughout the year.

GLVC Announces Decision Regarding 2020-21 Athletics Competition

The Great Lakes Valley Conference's Council of Presidents has voted to postpone the majority of the 2020 fall intercollegiate athletics season until the second semester, due to ongoing concerns of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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