In this issue’s State of the U, President Ronald S. Rochon expresses his love for USI and his deep desire to keep the University open and operating in a safe manner.
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Pausing and pivoting, USI faculty, administrators and staff collaborated to design a thoughtful approach to returning to campus this Fall, after moving to online only last Spring and Summer, due to the pandemic.
The closing of campus in March also closed USI's Counseling Center. To ensure students needing to talk to mental health professionals were able to continue to do so, the Center shifted from in-person sessions to Zoom and/or the phone.
Nearly 9,000 students left campus March 17, when USI moved to online learning due to the pandemic. But 75 stayed on campus. Find out what the experience was like for them.
USI's new Men's Basketball Head Coach Stan Gouard had other plans for his life, but when his calling came he knew it was a winner.
What started with an email led to significant changes in a local hospital's fight against germs on lead aprons when College of Nursing and Health Professions' faculty Joy Cook and Heather Schmuck got involved. But it didn't end there.
When Anna Ardelean came to USI, the political science major found more than an educational institution, she found a "home." But then COVID-19 struck and Anna learned something new.
Growing up in a small, rural community led Andrea Gentry, USI Foundation Director of Development, to think she should go to a small, private university because it would feel "safe." But then she changed her mind and applied to USI where she's put down deep roots.
Ever wonder what is happening to your brain when you get a sharp pain in your head from eating ice cream too fast or take a big gulp of an icy drink? Dr. Brent Summers, Associate Professor of Biology, explains it.
While the number of international students touch by Heidi Gregori-Gahan, Associate Provost Emerita for International Programs, aka "Mama Heidi", is measurable, her positive impact on their lives is, well, immeasurable.
He once dreamed of being a rock musician and then a record producer, but Dr. Steve Williams, Associate Professor of Sociology, can't imagine a better career than educator.
Alumni were asked to tell us how life changed for them at the beginning of the pandemic, dozens weighed in.