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USI Today Monday, August 15, 2022

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USI's Archaeology Field School makes dreams come true at Fort Ouiatenon

A summer dig outside Fort Ouiatenon in West Lafayette, Indiana, gives students hands-on experience.

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USI’s Aldana selected as sole student representative at national mental health summit

Briana Aldana, geology ‘24, has been selected as the sole student representative to travel with an Active Minds staff member to Washington D.C. for a Department of Education mental health summit with the Secretary of Education and Surgeon General.

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Getting to know you: Dr. Del Doughty

A self-proclaimed introvert who wants to know—and be known—by everyone at USI, Dr. Del Doughty, newly appointed Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, realizes this is contradictory. But he’s ready to push his boundaries at USI, and make everyday “the best day of his life.” Get to know more about Doughty and what he looks forward to the most during his time at USI!

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Using the "power of plants" to grow with the community

The Food and Nutrition and the Southern Roots Student Growers student organizations have worked together on several projects in the community, their latest being indoor Tower Gardens with a variety of starter plants for the Cedar Hall Community Gardens.  

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USI Professor of History Emeritus publishes in history magazine

Dr. Robert Reid, Professor of History Emeritus and former USI Provost (1975-2004), has published an article, "A Stranger in a Strange Land: Charles Joseph Latrobe and a Visit to For Snelling, 1833" in the Minnesota History magazine Summer 2022 issue. His article...

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