The University facilitates quality educational, research, and technical services for people, groups, and organizations in the region. These activities support and promote individual well-being, social and cultural enrichment, economic opportunity and regional development.
USI is actively engaged in addressing State and regional economic development interests. In addition to our central role in increasing the size of the regions postsecondary-educated workforce, USI's outreach programs assist area business, governmental units, social agencies, and other organizations with problem-solving, applied research, technical assistance, consulting, assessment, and internships.
Career Services and Placement
Helping to match students and alumni with professional experiences through employment or internship opportunities.
Center for Applied Research
The Center works with businesses and organizations throughout the region to help leverage the intellectual capabilities of the university. We match faculty, staff, and students with regional businesses and organizations to conduct research, consulting, and other applied projects.
Center for Human Resource Development
The Center provides skilled consultants and facilitators who can help businesses assess needs, design a plan, and deliver training services.
Noncredit courses for professional and workforce development and skill building, including certificates in maintenance management, computer proficiency, and management.
Innovation Pointe is a high-tech business incubator managed by the Growth Alliance for Greater Evansville. As the education partner, USI offers a wide variety of services, courses, and workshops in the downtown facility.
Tri-State Industrial Safety Council (TSISC)
Through a partnership with USI Outreach and Engagement, TSISC offeres the Basic Orientation Plus™ progam. BOP meets most of the OSHA-mandated contractor requirements. As a result the contract employee spends less time at the council on an annual basis and more time on the job. This increases safety-training efficiency for the contract employee due to a reduction in redundant information being presented.