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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...

January 9, 2020 / Vincennes University, Eleven Fifty Academy form partnership to train tech workers INDIANAPOLIS – Vincennes University is partnering with Eleven Fifty Academy, founded by tech entrepreneur and prominent Hoosier Scott Jones, to develop cybersecurity talent. Eleven Fifty Academy is dedicated to bridging the tech talent gap in Indiana. It offers introductory coding...

  December 11, 2019 / Vincennes University’s American Sign Language and Deaf Studies program unveils new name INDIANAPOLIS – The Vincennes University American Sign Language and Deaf Studies program is proud to announce its name has changed to American Sign Language & Deaf Studies - Interpreter Preparation. This change reflects the University’s commitment to serving those ...

October 17, 2019 / Vincennes University hires Tony Hahn as Vice President of Government Relations Tony Hahn photo VINCENNES, Ind. – Tony Hahn has been named Vice President of Government Relations for Vincennes University, President Chuck Johnson announced Thursday. Hahn has served since 2012 as Director of State Relations and Policy Analysis for Purdue University. ...

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