Jennifer Hertel, Content Marketing Specialist for Outreach and Engagement, is an Evansville native and USI alumna. With a background in communications with an emphasis in public relations, Jennifer feels she has what it takes to represent a newly created position here on campus by being a part of a team whose duty is to create successful opportunities for individuals here at USI.
March 3, 2023
Paige Rogers, Marketing Manager for the Center for Adult Learner Success (CALS), was born and raised in Murray, Kentucky. Through her years in higher education as an undergraduate student, student worker, graduate student and now full-time employee, she has countless experiences and knowledge to bring to her current role at the University. It’s her hope that her creative perspective, extroverted nature and love for people will work alongside the mission of USI to further enhance a culture of inclusivity and ensure there’s room for everyone at USI no matter where they are in their life and career.
February 24, 2023
USI is no stranger to welcoming international guests to our campus, and on Monday, February 6, the University welcomed a special delegation from Poland to learn more about how USI helps students with disabilities and addresses mental health.
February 24, 2023
Brittany Skinner, Content Marketing Specialist for Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education was born and raised in Evansville, received her bachelor’s degree in business administration here at USI in 2020 and grew up in a family of educators. Working in higher education at USI allows her to pursue that passion.
February 16, 2023
Hendrix Magley, Content Marketing Specialist for the Romain College of Business, was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He received his bachelor’s degree in telecommunications and journalism from Ball State University in 2017. In his early years, Hendrix worked as a high school sports reporter, and later sports editor, for the Dubois County Herald in Jasper, Indiana. Since moving to Evansville in 2019, he joined the Evansville Courier & Press sports staff covering USI and high school athletics. Both positions taught him valuable strategies involving marking and social strategies to help elevate stories to the appropriate readership. All of his previous experience has laid the foundation for the work Hendrix is now doing at USI.
February 10, 2023
Every USI student experience is different—and sometimes, that experience can be difficult at first. For Turner Baehl, an Evansville senior graduating this fall with a degree in accounting and professional services, his journey as a USI student took a different path than what he originally imagined.
December 16, 2022
Reitz High School graduate Jordan Ambrose ’24 is speeding up her game here at the University of Southern Indiana for the Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving team by competing as a ‘free styler’ in the 50- and 100-meter events and showcasing her other extraordinary talents in a well-known triathlon.
November 10, 2022
USI freshman art student has contributed her creativity to a long-standing tradition at Santa Claus Post Office.
November 3, 2022
Mike Strezewski, Associate Professor of Anthropology, and three of his students recently were asked by the Evansville Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) to conduct some scans at the location of the McCallister Cemetery near Wesselman Woods. The hope is the data will help uncover the location of graves from the old cemetery location.
October 25, 2022
USI Gender and Sexuality Resources and the Student Government Association (SGA) is set to cohost the inaugural University of Southern Indiana PrideFest event.
October 20, 2022
As if the Fall 2022 Semester wasn’t already taking off in full swing USI’s Historic New Harmony has developed a groundbreaking pilot program welcoming the entire USI freshman class to New Harmony, Indiana. The program will transport freshman students to New Harmony, both physically and intellectually, combining campus involvement with community engagement and creating a uniform experience for students to connect the cultural and creative space of Historic New Harmony to their academic disciplines.
September 9, 2022