Armadillos and bobcats and black bears, Oh My! These are not animals you expect to see in Indiana. Yet, it is not out of the question that Hoosiers may come across one of these creatures. A variety of careers in the great outdoors await Vincennes University students. At VU, students immerse themselves in real-world settings and incredible adventures. They get out of the classroom and learn by doing. Photo 1 - A dead armadillo found on the property of VU College of Technology Dean Ty Freed in Daviess County. Photo 2 - VU graduate and Indiana Department of Natural Resources Property Manager, Division of Fish and Wildlife Hillary Bulcher holding an alligator gar fish. Photo 3 - College of Science, Engineering, and Mathematics Dean Curt Coffman, center, electrofishing with students. Photo 4 - VU Zoology and Marine Biology students visiting Virgin Islands National Park. Photo 5 - VU Horticulture major Duane Hull. Photo 6 - VU Conservation Law Enforcement students setting up trail cameras at Robeson Hills in Lawrence County, Illinois.