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VINCENNES — Vincennes University has appointed a new leader who will work to strengthen the University’s commitment to student success, access, and support. Dr. Robert Dotson is the new Associate Dean of Students, effective Sept. 9. more
TERRE HAUTE, Indiana — Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s free AskRose homework helpline has started a month earlier than normal to help middle school and high school students get a head start on understanding their math and science homework problems through a simple phone call, email or chat session. more
VINCENNES — U.S. Senator and prominent Indiana businessman Mike Braun is applauding Vincennes University for fostering workforce solutions that are developing a highly-skilled pipeline to keep the United States running and the economy propelling forward. Braun praised VU for being entrepreneurial. more
Deb Arnold checks the temperature of first grade student Sam Evans on the first day of school at Lawrenceville's Parkside Elementary on Wednesday, Aug. 12. Returning to school was a lot different, as the children were also required to sanitize their hands, wear a mask and stay socially distant. more
OLNEY – Governor JB Pritzker announced that 15 Illinois community colleges will receive more than $103.5 million from the State of Illinois to expand existing facilities and construct new buildings.  more
VINCENNES — As the new academic year approaches, Vincennes University is pledging to welcome Trailblazers back to campuses with safety as the highest priority. We are asking you to pledge to join us in these efforts to promote health and safety for all. more
CARBONDALE — Instead of wondering now whether the sound you hear is a bird or a plane, a quick glance to the skies will have an indelible Saluki imprint. more
CARBONDALE — While the performances were delayed several months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Southern Illinois Music Festival shows once again that in a year like no other, the music will go on. more
VINCENNES – With the coronavirus pandemic impacting in-person activities on the Vincennes University campus, VU Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) College and Career Success Program Manager Shaun Brames was determined to make sure college-bound students could still take part in the annual VU JAG Summer Academy, and hence the one-week immersive college experience went virtual. more
ROBINSON — Lincoln Trail College is offering two new certificate options this fall that can be completed in as little as one semester. The microcertficates are in Special Events Management and Public Service Management and students will be able to take all of the courses online. more
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