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May 18, 2020 INDIANAPOLIS - Todd Bouslog suffered 13 broken bones in a traumatic helicopter crash in 1997 when he was in the military that led to a three-month hospital stay and nine more in physical therapy. However, like a true Trailblazer, his perseverance displays inspiration and courage. Bouslog is a Vincennes University Aviation Flight major who loves flying. He's following his...

May 14, 2020 VINCENNES, Ind. – Vincennes University conservation law enforcement students have planned a way to make a real impact on nature and the local community. For their semester-long project in a wildlife management course, they collaborated on an assessment that could influence decision-makers on how Robeson Hills could become a natural resource paradise. Illinois Department...

VINCENNES UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES NOTICE OF MEETING FINANCE/REVENUE COMMITTEE Review bids: Electrical Infrastructure Campus Substation--Contract 2 Monday, May 18, 2020 1:30 p.m. (EDT) Mike Sievers, Chair Due to restrictions on gathering limits and social distancing because of the COVID-19 virus, this will be a call-in meeting only.  (812) 888-2041   ###

May 13, 2020 VINCENNES, Ind. – The Indiana Collegiate Press Association honored The Trailblazer with an award. The student news publication of Vincennes University placed second in the Best Special Section/Cover category for a special front page designed following VU's NJCAA Division I men’s basketball championship in 2019. "I am proud of the work my students put in to make the...

May 8, 2020 VINCENNES, Ind. – Educators often think of their students as their children. These days their own children are also their students. Some Vincennes University faculty members are pulling double duty in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. They are teaching online classes, while also helping their children with schoolwork. All from home. Social distancing practices have moved...

  April 30, 2020 VINCENNES, Ind. –  The Vincennes University Board of Trustees during its April 29 meeting approved faculty and staff promotions and faculty tenure, effective with the 2020-21 fiscal year or 2020-21 academic year contract. The Board approved the following promotions and tenure: 2020-21 Promotion and Tenure List INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES:                          ...

April 30, 2020 VINCENNES, Ind. –  When Vincennes University shifted to remote learning for the remainder of the spring semester, lab instructor Cassidy Strange immediately leaped into action. Just like a superhero. With instruction moving online, she needed to come up with a way of delivering technology to her students to allow for hands-on learning. The Product Design and Production...

VINCENNES, Ind. – Education is power. It liberates. It creates opportunity. It gives people the capability to change their lives and change the world. With an education, you can improve your opportunities, contribute to your family, make an impact on the world, and is the best way to pave your career path. Vincennes University is committed to affordability, removing barriers, and...

April 22, 2020 Written by: Aly Besing, VU Agribusiness Student Living in an ever-changing world, there are always new trends and endeavors to learn about and be involved in. With food and where it comes from being a hot topic as of late, people are growing ever inquisitive about their food and its processes. With the consumer being more curious about their food and how it is grown,...

  April 22, 2020 VINCENNES, Ind. –  Home and family are at the center of our lives, providing refuge, safety, sanctuary, and comfort. In a crisis, there’s no place like home. However, some international students are riding out the coronavirus pandemic away from their countries and families due to travel restrictions or other reasons, and are calling Vincennes University home. ...

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