June 9, 2020
INDIANAPOLIS – Wearing a face mask is our new normal. People are
wearing masks as a safety precaution due to the COVID-19 pandemic and
it’s changing how we communicate. For deaf and hard of hearing
individuals, face masks and coverings present new challenges.
Deaf people who communicate using sign language use facial
expressions to fully communicate, according to Dr....
June 3, 2020
VINCENNES, Ind. – While most travel has come to a halt due to the
global pandemic, Vincennes University students have created an
interactive StoryMap that allows visitors from anywhere in the world
to trek with Col. George Rogers Clark and his men on their historic
1779 march to capture British-held Fort Sackville during the
Revolutionary War, explore the grandness and...
May 27, 2020
VINCENNES, Ind. - The Vincennes University Jobs for America’s
Graduates (JAG) College Success Program All-Star team of Amy Young,
Shania Cremeans, and Gretchen McCrary recently showed off their talent
in the virtual state
JAG Career Development Conference.
Amy Young, VU Student
Young, a sophomore at the Vincennes campus, won the College Success
May 26, 2020
VINCENNES, Ind. – President Chuck Johnson announced the appointment
of Whitney Daugherty as Vincennes University’s new Assistant Provost
and Dean of Students for Student Affairs.
Daugherty has strong ties to VU. She was previously the University’s
Director of Student Activities.
"I am pleased that Whitney will be rejoining Vincennes
University,” Johnson said. “I...
May 21, 2020
AVON, Ind. – Nurse Kayla Cash is doing things during the coronavirus
pandemic that aren’t in her job description. The Vincennes University
graduate is creating personal moments of connection for COVID-19
patients. From deciphering that one of her patients on a ventilator
wanted to hear from his wife when he kept turning and holding on to
Cash's wedding ring to using her...
May 20, 2020
VINCENNES, Ind. – Dr. Jeffrey Taylor thought college wasn’t for him
until he arrived at Vincennes University, and the experience led the
way to his extraordinary career in education.
Jeffrey Taylor, 1992 VU graduate
“VU made me college and career ready,” Taylor said. “I brought the
drive and VU provided the opportunity. There was so much support at VU.”
Faculty play an...
May 19, 2020
VINCENNES, Ind. – One of the best gifts we can give to future
generations is trees. "He who plants a tree, plants a hope,"
Lucy Larcom. Vincennes University is paying tribute to the historic
Class of 2020 by donating tulip trees in their honor. Students and the
community will look at the trees for a lifetime and remember the Class
of 2020's courage and...
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
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.
VINCENNES UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
NOTICE OF MEETING
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.