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JASPER, Indiana — Vincennes University-Jasper has a rich history, and that history is woven tightly with the Dubois County community. more
CARBONDALE — Many animals rely on quickness or flashy, top-end speed to stay out of a predator’s way or to avoid encountering humans encroaching on their territory. But for one animal in particular – the aptly named sloth – a hasty retreat is not an option. more
CARBONDALE — The number of first-time college students at Southern Illinois University Carbondale increased by 31.2% this fall. The total reflects a 32.9% increase in new first-time students enrolling from the Southern Illinois region. more
VINCENNES — The flagship mobile game created by Creative Wisdom Games, LLC - cofounded by Vincennes University Information Technology professors Jaci Lederman and Newton Lee - won the Best App award at the 11th New Media Film Festival on Aug. 15. more
VINCENNES — Vincennes University continues to promote the value of higher education for all, and the University has increased enrollment in the Distance Education Program and at the VU Jasper campus. more
INDIANAPOLIS — Aaron Radford-Jackson was simply driving along when he came upon a harrowing scene. A man was standing in the street gasping for air. Without giving it a second thought, Radford-Jackson jumped out of his truck and ran to the emergency. more
SPRINGFIELD — The number of Illinois children entering kindergarten who are fully prepared to start school grew for the second consecutive year in 2019, a possible indication that the state’s increased spending on early childhood education is paying off. more
MARYVILLE – Congressman John Shimkus (R, Illinois-15) is now accepting applications from young men and women interested in attending one of the United States military academies. High school seniors, as well as qualifying college students, should apply now for 2021 admission. more
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA — The School of Education at the University of Evansville (UE) recently received a grant totaling $735,247 from the Governor's Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund, which was created by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). GEER Funds were created to provide support to local educational agencies and higher education institutions to develop and improve distance learning techniques and technologies throughout the state of Indiana. more
Through a special research and service project, Southern Illinois University Carbondale students are learning first-hand about women serving in the military and preserving those stories for future generations. more
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