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July 6, 2020 VINCENNES, Ind. — The University of Indianapolis and Vincennes University announced today a transfer agreement establishing a seamless transition for qualifying students between Vincennes University’s Associate of Science in Education with Health Promotion and Health Education Concentration to the University of Indianapolis Bachelor of Science in Public Health...

June 26, 2020 INDIANAPOLIS – The donation of a Gulfstream IV jet aircraft from the pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly will help Vincennes University provide a competitive advantage to Aviation Maintenance students through honing their skills and knowledge with first-rate technology.  Photo of Gulfstream IV donated to VU Lilly has donated the aircraft to students pursuing...

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...

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...

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...

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