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VINCENNES — While most people their age were probably sleeping in on a recent Saturday morning, 71 high school students from 10 schools were hard at work at 8 a.m. getting their hands dirty in holes dug into the ground. more
CARBONDALE, Ill. — The complex-looking machinery in Arash Komaee’s engineering laboratory at Southern Illinois University Carbondale may someday lead to, among other things, equipment that uses natural magnets to manipulate medical devices inside a patient’s body in a non-invasive manner. more
MOUNT CARMEL — Wabash Valley College is seeking applicants for the Phyllis J. Schucker Memorial scholarship, a one-time scholarship set up by Schucker’s niece, Rayna Kaasa and her husband Dave. more
The Lawrenceville Rotary Club presented scholarships to Taiylar Thompson, a 2019 Lawrenceville High School graduate, and Gavin Volkman, a 2019 Red Hill High School graduate, at a recent meeting. more
EVANSVILLE — The University of Evansville (UE) recently received a $1 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to enhance its online education and learning efforts. The grant was awarded through Lilly Endowment's initiative, Charting the Future of Indiana's Colleges and Universities, which was launched in 2019. Lilly Endowment invited all of Indiana's accredited colleges and universities to examine how they could not only educate students and prepare them for successful futures but also maintain long-term financial sustainability as an institution. The organization announced the Phase 2 recipients on Monday, with a total of approximately $62 million awarded. more
VINCENNES — Vincennes University is waiving application fees for anyone who applies in 2020. more
MOUNT CARMEL — The grant that funds the TRIO Student Support Services program at Illinois Eastern Community Colleges, including Wabash Valley College, has been renewed through 2025. more
ROBINSON — September 20-26 marks the annual Adult Education and Family Literacy Week. The week serves as a reminder that reading, writing, and basic math remain an elusive target for 36 million adults across the country. more
ROBINSON — A Lincoln Trail College project that has been in the works for the last three years took a major step forward last week. more
VINCENNES — Many students have noticed the new and colorful French Quarter Apartments located along Second Street. Vincennes University broke ground in October of 2019 and managed to complete enough of the project to have students moving in by the start of Fall 2020 classes. The apartments aren’t all the way finished, but so far they are an eye-catching addition to VU. more
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