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  • Flu shot clinics planned on campus

    USI students and employees can receive their flu shot without making an appointment at clinics planned on campus. 

    Flu shot clinics will be held Thursday, October 1 and Thursday, October 8. 

    October 1

    8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
    Redwood Lounge (connects Wright Administration Building and Science Center)

    2:30 to 4 p.m. 
    The Link, Health Professions Center

    October 8

    8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
    Orr Center lobby

    11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
    University Center East Information Desk

    2 to 4 p.m.
    Recreation Fitness and Wellness Center Quiet Room

    Flu shots continue to be available from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday in the University Health Center, by appointment. Schedule an appointment online. Appointments can also be made by calling the UHC at 812-465-1250, though online scheduling is preferred.

    Employees covered by any USI Anthem medical plan may receive a flu shot at no cost and should bring their University ID and Anthem medical card to their appointment or the flu shot clinic.

  • Virtual Exploring Majors and Minors Week October 5-9

    Exploring Majors and Minors Week will take place virtually Monday, October 5 through Friday, October 9. Students can visit the Exploring Majors and Minors Week webpage for a link to Flipgrid to view videos highlighting USI’s majors, minors and academic services. The videos feature information and testimonials from faculty and students.

    Additionally, current majors will be featured throughout the week on social media.

    Center for Exploring Majors Facebook
    Center for Exploring Majors Instagram
    Center for Exploring Majors Twitter

    Students who complete a short online survey after viewing the Exploring Majors and Minors Week Flipgrid videos will be entered for a chance to win giveaways. 

  • Tech Takeaway: Interpreting Proctorio Gradebook results

    Learn how to navigate and troubleshoot common issues in Proctorio through this Tech Takeaway provided by Online Learning:

  • Share your ideas about USI's human connection through an online survey

    As the University continues its third strategic planning process and prepares for the next iteration of marketing communications, employees and students are asked to participate in a confidential online survey. The survey is part of a consensus-building research project focused on promoting communication clarity and alignment for the institution and is expected to take around 15 minutes to complete. It was emailed to all employees and students Wednesday, September 23. 

    Through grant funding and repurposed marketing dollars, the University has retained Carnegie Dartlet, a leading reputation strategy firm, to conduct this research project and survey, which seeks to assign specific human characteristics to the campus community as a whole. The survey will remain open until a combined 1,000 employees and students respond.

    In addition to the survey, the project will involve interactive live messaging workshops via Zoom and a quantitative perception research study. The University looks forward to analyzing, discussing and utilizing this collective feedback.

    If you have not already shared your ideas about USI's human connection, please do so by completing the survey.   

  • Latinx Heritage Month speaker October 1

    Filmmaker Adriana Bosch is USI's Latinx Heritage Month speaker. Among other credits, Bosch was a producer, writer, director and editor for the televised history series American Experience on PBS. 

    Bosch will speak from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, October 1 via Zoom. 

    The event is free but does require registration. To register, please email César Berrios, Program Advisor for the Multicultural Center.  

    Adriana Bosch

  • New hires, promotions and retirements through September 18

    New Hires/Rehires

    Samantha Fiducci
    Digital Marketing Coordinator/Online Learning

    Lisa Fournier
    Project Coordinator/College of Nursing and Health Professions

    Mary Biever
    Senior Gift Processing Assistant/Development

    Promotions/Transfers and Reclassifications

    Stephanie Purcell
    Enrollment Operations Assistant/Undergraduate Admissions
    Previously: Senior Accounting Assistant/Foundation Accounting

    Oana Popescu-Sandu
    Associate Professor of English and Chair, English Department/College of Liberal Arts
    Previously: Associate Professor of English and Associate Chair, English Department/College of Liberal Arts

    Sabinah Wanjugu
    Assistant Professor of Marketing/Romain College of Business
    Previously: Instructor in Marketing/Romain College of Business

    Gregory Blair
    Instructor in Graphic Design/College of Liberal Arts
    Previously: Adjunct in Art and Design/College of Liberal Arts

    Daniel Bauer
    Professor of Anthropology/College of Liberal Arts
    Previously: Associate Professor of Anthropology/College of Liberal Arts

    Brian Bohrer
    Associate Professor Chemistry/Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education
    Previously: Assistant Professor of Chemistry/Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education

    Manfen Chen
    Professor of Finance/Romain College of Business
    Previously: Associate Professor of Finance/Romain College of Business

    Tori Colson
    Associate Professor of Education/Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education
    Previously: Assistant Professor of Education/Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education

    Kimberly Delaney
    Associate Professor of Biology/Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education
    Previously: Assistant Professor of Biology/Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education

    Madea Erickson
    Academic Counselor/University Division
    Previously: Academic Coordinator/University Division

    Chad Gonnerman
    Associate Professor of Philosophy/College of Liberal Arts
    Previously: Assistant Professor of Philosophy/College of Liberal Arts

    Eric Greenwood
    Associate Professor of Physics/Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education 
    Previously: Assistant Professor of Physics/Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education

    A. David Hitchcock
    Professor of Spanish/College of Liberal Arts
    Previously: Associate Professor of Spanish/College of Liberal Arts

    Swateja Nimkar
    Associate Professor of Health Services/College of Nursing and Health Professions
    Previously: Assistant Professor of Health Services/College of Nursing and Health Professions

    Wendy Turner
    Professor of Social Work/College of Liberal Arts
    Previously: Associate Professor of Social Work/College of Liberal Arts

    Thomas Weber
    Associate Professor of Management/Romain College of Business
    Previously: Assistant Professor of Management/Romain College of Business


    Brian K. Brown
    Custodial Worker/Facility Operations and Planning

    Mary Ann Bernard
    Senior Gift Processing Assistant/Development

  • Fall blood drive September 28 and 29

    Delta Zeta, Southern Indiana Dance Marathon and Tau Kappa Epsilon are co-sponsoring a fall blood drive with the American Red Cross. The two-day event will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday, September 28 and Tuesday, September 29 in the RFWC Quiet Room. 

    The Red Cross is accepting both blood and Power Red donations. A Power Red donation collects red cells but returns most of the plasma and platelets to the donor. 

    Everyone who donates successfully will receive antibody testing for COVID-19. 

    Members of the sponsoring organizations will table leading up to the event. You can also register to donate online.

  • Parents and Families Association hosting USI Fun Run/Virtual 5K

    USI Parents and Families Association logoUSI Parents and Families Association logo

    The USI Parents and Families Association invites students, family members, employees, alumni and friends to join in the upcoming USI Fun Run/Virtual 5K, happening between Friday, October 16 and Sunday, October 25. 

    Everyone who registers by Thursday, October 1 will receive a free USI Fun Run t-shirt. Registration is $20 per person. 

    After registering, print your runner's bib from the pdf provided and write your first name and last initial in the box. Then, run or walk the 5K wherever you want, indoors or out, between the dates given. Once you finish, share your time and a photo with the Association through social media by using #USIFunRun. 

    The top three participants will receive a prize!

  • Spring textbook adoption information

    The USI Campus Store is accepting Spring 2021 textbook adoptions from University faculty members. 

    Textbook adoptions are due Friday, October 9 and should be submitted the same as in previous semesters, by visiting the Campus Store's faculty webpage

    Because the Campus Store is transitioning operations, late textbook adoptions (submitted after October 9) will be handled by Barnes & Noble College. Details of this process have not yet been finalized.

    Please contact the Campus Store if you have any questions about the Spring 2021 textbook adoption process.

    textbooks stacked on shelves

  • Virtual Wellness Week planned

    While an in-person Wellness Fair will not be held this year due to COVID-19, the University will provide wellness information, tips and resources during Virtual Wellness Week. 

    Virtual Wellness Week will be held Monday, September 28 through Friday, October 2. Content about the following topics will be posted through the myUSI landing page and the USI Virtual Wellness Week Facebook page.

    • Monday, September 28: Infectious Diseases (flu, COVID-19)
    • Tuesday, September 29: Sexually Transmitted Infections
    • Wednesday, September 30: Mental Health
    • Thursday, October 1: Chronic Diseases (high blood pressure, diabetes, COPD)
    • Friday, October 2: Wellness, Nutrition and Fitness

  • Three employee retirements announced at Board of Trustees meeting

    On Thursday, September 3, 2020, the USI Board of Trustees was made aware of three forthcoming employee retirements. 

    Professor of Finance Jong C. Rhim, in accordance with the revised retirement policy, will retire effective July 1, 2021, after 32 years of service, including leave with pay for the period of January 1, 2021, through June 30, 2021.

    Associate Professor of Social Work Cynthia Christy Baker, in accordance with the revised retirement policy, will retire effective January 1, 2022, after 26.5 years of service, including leave with pay for the period July 1, 2021, through December 31, 2021.

    Associate Professor of Social Work David C. Cousert, in accordance with the revised retirement policy, will retire effective January 1, 2022, after 37 years of service, including leave with pay for the period July 1, 2021, through December 31, 2021.

    The Board of Trustees approved the following emeritus titles:

    Professor Emeritus of Finance Jong C. Rhim

    Associate Professor Emerita of Social Work Cynthia Christy Baker

    Associate Professor Emeritus of Social Work David C. Cousert

    The Board of Trustees approved the following revised emeritus title:

    Assistant Director Emerita for Collections and Resource Management and Contract Associate Professor Emerita of Library Science Dianne B. Grayson

  • Cyclone Salads to offer walk-up purchases

    Beginning Monday, September 21, Cyclone Salads will be moving away from the Grubhub-only platform and will offer walk-up purchases of Simply To Go pre-packaged items. 

    Pre-packaged items available include:

    • Large salads
    • Yogurt parfaits
    • Fruit cups
    • Veggie cups
    • Hummus with pita

    After guests make their selections at Cyclone Salads, they will pay at the Fiesta Fuego register. Cyclone Salads offerings will no longer be available. 

  • Screagle Pride nominations now open

    The Elevating Spirit Committee is accepting nominations for the Screagle Pride Award through Friday, October 16.

    The Screagle Pride Award recognizes one employee who embodies the spirit of USI. Now, more than ever, it is important to highlight the efforts of colleagues, whether working remotely or on campus, who go above and beyond to show and spread Screagle Pride. Please help celebrate these colleagues by nominating them!

    As you observe your co-workers, think about the attributes they possess that reflect USI's mission and goals. Watch how they lead and engage, how they partner to pursue innovative ideas and how they are kind, welcoming and generous with their time and spirit. Then submit a name, or two, and answer a few brief questions. The winner will be announced later this semester.

    Screagle Pride nomination form

  • App available to make work calls from home

    USI employees can now use an app to place and answer work calls from their personal or University-owned devices while working remotely. The Cisco Jabber app allows users to connect computers, phones and tablets via Wi-Fi or cellular data, and can run on iOS, Android, Windows and OSX devices.

    The app serves as a substitute for an employee's office phone, allowing employees to dial four-digit campus extensions or place calls outside campus by dialing "8" or "8+1" in front of the number they are trying to reach.

    Voicemail messages will still be delivered via email but can also be accessed via the Visual Voicemail feature in the app.

    To access the Cisco Jabber app, employees must submit a ticket to or call the IT Help Desk at 812-465-1080 to notify the department of the make and model of device that will be used with the app (i.e. Android phone, Apple iPad, Windows laptop, etc). 

    Once IT adds the device to the phone system, employees can download the app from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store, or download the software client for Windows/OSX from a link provided by IT. 

    Once the app is downloaded, employees can access it by logging in with their myUSI credentials. 

    The app should not impact employees’ cell phone minutes or data usage if used while connected to Wi-Fi.

    Cisco Jabber features and instructions

    Cisco Jabber icon

  • University Handbook updates released in new interactive web format

    Human Resources has released University Handbook updates in a new format that allows for web-based rather than PDF viewing and more robust search capabilities. The handbook can also be downloaded in a fully searchable PDF version.

    The new University Handbook includes revisions which took affect August 2020 and can be viewed at

  • #ProtectYourNest Facebook profile frame available

    A new USI #ProtectYourNest Facebook profile frame promoting the University's COVID-19 safety reminders is now available. Update your profile photo with this new frame to spread awareness!

  • Submitting events to the new USI Calendar

    The USI Calendar has a new look! The calendar can still be accessed at; however, the process to submit events to the calendar has changed slightly. 

    Please review the updated instructions for submitting events as well as the University Calendar guidelines.

  • September's Elevating Spirit item is...

    Show your Screagle Pride in USI's latest Elevating Spirit item available at the Campus Store! Pick up a women's 3/4 sleeve henley style shirt available in navy and red. The snag-resistant shirts are regularly $36.99, but with the 30% Elevating Spirit employee discount are on sale for $25.89 throughout September, while supplies last. 

    Thanks to Jaclyn Dumond, Assistant Director of Lifelong Learning with the College Achievement Program, for modeling!


  • Lifelong Learning classes back in session this fall

    Outreach and Engagement's Lifelong Learning classes resume in person in the Fall Semester. Class sizes and classroom spaces have been assigned to maintain proper physical distancing measures between participants and instructors. Classrooms and computer equipment will be disinfected before and after each use.  

    For those interested in learning from home, an extensive variety of classes and industry-recognized certifications will also be available online.  

    Fall 2020 Course Catalog

    Lifelong Learning logo and text

  • Best practices for a secure Zoom experience

    The University's Information Technology Department asks all faculty and staff members who host meetings (events, classes, etc.) via Zoom to review the following best practices for a secure experience: 

    • Do not share your meeting link on social media or any public forum. Posting it to Blackboard or within your group in Teams is fine, that is a protected space, but forward-facing media is not private or protected and anyone can get to that link.

    • Avoid using your Personal Meeting ID (PMI) in public events. The PMI is basically one continuous meeting, and if someone has access to that, they can join any Zoom session you host. For University courses, use your PMI. But, if you are going to post the Meeting ID on a front-facing website, always choose to “automatically generate” your Meeting ID. This way it is a random number and not your personal Meeting ID shared publicly.

    • Allow only signed-in users to join. Please view Zoom’s Authentication Profiles for meetings and webinars page. When you set up your meeting, if you are only inviting USI students and not any outside guests, you can choose the option to allow only authenticated users to join. They must sign into Zoom (see screenshot of the Meeting Options to check). This means they must have a registered Zoom account and login to it to join.

    • You can lock the meeting. However, if a student/participant gets “kicked out” (loses connection) during a meeting once it is locked, they cannot be readmitted.

    • You can remove unwanted participants and prevent them from rejoining. You can also use the settings features in the participants list (see screenshot).

    • Prevent participants from screen sharing. The University’s default setting in our global Zoom account has been set so that the host is the only one who can share. This is a precaution taken to ensure that the host controls screen sharing control.

      • It’s best to limit this to those who you know need to share their screen. To do this, the best practice is to make each one of those individuals a co-host (you can have unlimited co-hosts). This way each person that needs screen-sharing power has the ability, and you have full awareness of who has the power.

    • There are two ways to control who has admittance to your meetings. You can enable the Waiting Room and/or set a passcode. After September 27, for security purposes, you MUST have either a Waiting Room enabled or a passcode set.

      • By enabling the Waiting Room, you must admit each participant. You can also customize the Waiting Room by choosing to admit participants on a case-by-case basis or admit them all at once.

      • You can also set a passcode for your meeting for an extra layer of protection, but keep in mind that you will need to make sure you remind your students/meeting participants of the password if one is set. USI has enabled the feature that embeds the passcode into the web link, so that students can pass right into the class if need be, but anyone that only has the meeting ID and no passcode will not be able to join.

  • New COVID-19 campus event guidelines

    USI's Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 has approved guidelines for scheduling and hosting events on campus during the Fall Semester:

    • University departments and student organizations may schedule internal on-campus meetings and events through December 31, 2020, by using the Event Reservation Form. Additional approvals may be required depending on the nature of the requested event.

    • All on-campus meetings and events must be scheduled through Special Events and Scheduling Services.
    • Event hosts must sign a COVID-19 Event Agreement, be on-site for the duration of requested events and provide a list of event attendees. 
    • Meetings and events will be scheduled with time allowed for cleaning and sanitizing. 
    • Face coverings and physical distancing are required at all indoor and outdoor University events.
    • Virtual meetings and events are strongly recommended.

    To accommodate physical distancing, changes are being made to some areas of campus: 

    • Carter Hall and the Griffin Center will be used for classes. UC 226/227 and UC 2207 will be on hold for academic space as needed through Monday, September 7.
    • The Heritage Lounge, Fireside Lounge and Student Life Lounge are not available for use as event spaces.
    • A 60' x 40' tent on the East end of The Quad will be available for event use on a first come, first served basis and must be reserved through the Special Events and Scheduling Services Event Reservation Form.
    • Because of physical distancing requirements, several University Center meeting rooms will be reserved for dining seating from 10:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Monday through Friday during the first three weeks of the Fall Semester. Two rooms will be reserved during dinner hours.

    This information is an overview of the University's COVID-19 Event Guidelines.

    Please view the complete COVID-19 Event Guidelines as well as USI's COVID-19 Event Host Guidelines and Restrictions

    This information has been revised as of August 26, 2020, and is subject to change based on local, state and federal guidelines related to the mitigation of COVID-19.

  • News Media Policy update

    As we begin another academic year, University Communications would like to remind employees of the University's News Media Policy and thank faculty and staff for helping with its implementation. New guidance (below) is in place due to COVID-19:

    During the current COVID-19 pandemic, media are expected to follow the University’s protocols related to safety, including wearing a face covering, physical distancing of six feet or more, proper hand hygiene and avoiding large groups. Face coverings are required at all times in buildings, even when reporting or conducting interviews. Outdoors, face coverings should be worn when physical distancing cannot be maintained.

    As part of an effort to reduce unnecessary contact, and because some areas are limited to a small number of individuals to adhere to physical distancing guidelines, media should first contact University Communications before entering buildings.

    For questions, please contact University Communications at

  • The Shield offering virtual options

    Though regular weekly print editions will not be available this year, The Shield will continue to deliver student reaction to campus news, profiles and the latest on campus events.

    Visit The Shield website and subscribe to receive weekly updates through the Shield Source e-newsletter. Breaking news can be found on The Shield’s Facebook and Twitter accountsThe Shield also plans to print monthly themed editions that will be available on newsstands across campus. 

  • Information for employees transitioning to remote work

    USI employees transitioning to remote work should do the following before leaving campus:  

    • Make sure you can be reached by phone. Cell phone numbers cannot be listed in the USI Directory. Please forward your office phone to your cell phone or landline. If you do not have an office phone, please check with your dean or supervisor about how you should receive University-related calls while working remotely. 

    • Please post signage directing people how to reach someone by phone and/or email if your entire office will be closed due to remote workSupervisors and Vice Presidents will work with employees to develop a plan for each area of the University.

    • Please do NOT add an "Out of Office" email message or change your University voicemail to reference remote work unless your typical work hours or duties will be changing. If an "Out of Office" message or voicemail change is necessary, please set a reminder to update your messages on October 5, when remote work is scheduled to end.

  • USI Dining Fall Semester updates

    Several changes will be implemented for the Fall Semester to allow for flexible, safe dining on campus. 

    • All USI Dining options are now cashless, so all purchases must be made with an Eagle Access Card or credit/debit card. 

    • There will be limited seating in The Loft and UC West Eagles’ Nest dining areas. Employees are asked to avoid dining in UC West during peak meal times to allow for student use.

    • You must adhere to directional signage in all dining spaces. 

    • Face coverings must be worn in all dining spaces. They can be removed for dining but must be put on when you are finished. 

    • All dining hours will be posted on

    • Steak n’ Shake will not reopen. The area will be used for additional food staging and pickup space. 

    • Red Mango will not reopen in the Fall Semester. 

    • All dining options will offer scaled back menus to reduce traffic and assist with physical distancing. 

    • Sub Connection and Cyclone Salads will operate through Grubhub only. 

    • Starbucks is open through Grubhub only, and in-person dining/seating will not be available. Reduced seating will be available in the Jazz Lounge.
    • To move guests through The Loft more quickly, meals will not be customized unless there is a specific dietary need. Only 25 people will be allowed into The Loft at a time, and printed menus will be given to those in line to help make selections before entering. Silverware and straws will be handed out at each station. 

    • The salad bar in The Loft will offer prepackaged salads. Fruit, juice and milk will be available during the breakfast period.  

    • Drink refills will not be available in The Loft and used or personal drinkware is not permitted.  

    • Self-serve coffee will not be available through USI Dining.  

    • The Eagle Express Convenience Store will continue to offer contactless delivery and will add some grocery items. The number of guests permitted inside the store at one time will be limited. 

    • Sushi will be available through Grubhub at Cyclone Salads. It may also be purchased at the Simply To Go units in the Liberal Arts Center and The Link as well as at the Eagle Express Convenience Store. 

    • Coke fountains are in the process of becoming contactless with disposable cups. Until then, fountains will be disinfected regularly. You can also purchase a USI tumbler with an embedded chip at most USI Dining registers. Pepsi products are available in The Loft and at the Chick-fil-A counter.  

  • USI face coverings available for purchase at Campus Store

    All USI employees and students have been or will be provided one University-branded face covering at no cost. Additional USI face coverings can now be purchased at the Campus Store. 

    Navy and black masks with the University's Athletic Mark are on sale in store and online for $14.95. Navy and black face coverings with the University's Academic Mark, also $14.95, are available in store and will be added to the Campus Store's website for online purchase soon. 

    Navy USI Athletic Mark face covering

    Black USI Athletic Mark face covering

    Female student wearing navy USI athletic logo face covering

  • Post on-campus student jobs on Career Launch

    As students look for on-campus jobs for the Fall Semester, University departments are asked to consider posting openings through Career Launch. 

    Students and alumni can access Career Launch to pursue on-campus student worker positions as well as part- and full-time jobs, internships and co-ops off campus. 

    On-campus departments and off-campus employers can: 

    • Post student worker positions with a department Career Launch account
    • Contact Career Services and Internships to set up an account or see if your department already has one
    • Email Career Services and Internships the job details to have the position posted
    • Save the same job posting to be reused each semester or whenever needed
    • Receive student resumes via email 
    • Access applicant resumes and contact information anytime
    • Post internships and jobs for graduates

    Departments that generally post jobs on their own webpage or recruit in other ways are asked to contact Career Services and Internships to inform them. Students contact the office daily looking for jobs and this information can be beneficial. 

    If you have questions, please email Career Services and Internships at

    Career Launch logo

  • COVID-19 employee leave laws and HR Contact Tracing Team information

    The federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) went into effect April 1, 2020, and remains in effect through December 31, 2020. The FFCRA works within the existing Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to provide protected leave for eligible employees affected by COVID-19.

    Under the FFCRA, USI offers two new employer paid leaves: Emergency Paid Sick Leave (EPSL) and the Emergency Family Medical Leave Expansion Act (EFMLEA).

    In this video tutorial, members of USI’s Human Resources team explain:

    • When and how Emergency Paid Sick Leave and the Emergency Family Medical Leave Expansion Act should be used by USI employees
    • How USI employees will be compensated under EPSL and EFMLEA
    • How to report COVID-19 related issues affecting you or someone in your immediate care
    • Who is part of USI’s HR Contact Tracing Team and how to contact the team

    The tutorial also addresses several COVID-19 related FAQs.

    View the tutorial’s PowerPoint slides.

    HR COVID-19 Contact Tracing Team information:

    For additional information, please visit the HR Benefits webpage.

  • Telemedicine information from Human Resources

    As University of Southern Indiana employees and retirees continue to practice physical distancing, access to LiveHealth Online may be helpful for those with certain illnesses. Copays or coinsurance and deductible apply.

    Learn more through the Human Resources benefits website.

  • Submit a story to USI Today

    Many of us see interesting, inspiring and important things happening every day at USI. Whether it's a unique collaboration, an uplifting co-worker or an event with a big impact (and the list goes on)—if it's something you're talking about, chances are other employees would love to know about it too! 

    Please send your story ideas to USI Today or email Erin Meyer at

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  • #ScreaglePride far and wide

    Katelyn, Alexa and Brett Bueltel pose with Archie at the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival
    Where have you shown your #ScreaglePride lately? 

    Whether it's at a restaurant, a child's activity or in a new city, USI Today wants to see where you're sporting your Screaming Eagles spirit wear! 

    To participate, email your photo to

    Please include: 

    • Your name
    • Names/titles of anyone else in the photo
    • Where you are
    • What you're doing


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