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USI’s Historic New Harmony launches community holiday photo contest

University of Southern Indiana’s Historic New Harmony invites the public to help celebrate the holiday season with a digital holiday card competition.

Virtual Global Salon series to discuss health and healthcare in Kenya

The University of Southern Indiana College of Liberal Arts will host its first virtual Global Salon presentation, “Health and Healthcare in Kenya,” by Dr. Jeri Burger, Associate Professor of Nursing, at 1 p.m. CST Thursday, October 15.

New Harmony Gallery part of Indiana Arts Trust License Plate Project

The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC ) announced on September 30 that the New Harmony Contemporary Gallery of Art is the 2021 Posey County Arts Trust License Plate Project and one of six Region 10 Indiana Arts Projects supported through the purchase of an Arts Trust License Plate.

New Harmony Gallery hosts exhibition, Mythologies of Memory

The New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art’s latest exhibition, Mythologies of Memory, will be on display Saturday, October 10 through Tuesday, November 20. The exhibition will feature Indiana-based artists Jennifer Ollikainen, Neil Cain and Kipp Normand in partnership with Indianapolis-based Big Car Collaborative.

Rochon appointed to Governor’s Workforce Cabinet through 2022

Ronald S. Rochon, University of Southern Indiana President, has been appointed to the Governor’s Workforce Cabinet (GWC) by Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb.

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