Survey shows need for increased internet reliability

A survey designed to gauge broadband access, identify demand and test internet speeds in Knox County has yielded interesting results.

By |2021-07-27T13:48:36-04:003 months ago|Business, Indiana News, Inside INdiana Business, News|Comments Off on Survey shows need for increased internet reliability

Vincennes creating ‘cobot hub’ with $8M grant

Vincennes University is using a recently-awarded $8 million grant from Indianapolis-based Lilly Endowment Inc. to create a talent pipeline for the future of automation in manufacturing and logistics.

By |2021-03-30T09:55:30-04:007 months ago|Business, Indiana News, Inside INdiana Business, News|Comments Off on Vincennes creating ‘cobot hub’ with $8M grant

Vincennes University plans to resume normal operations amid pandemic

Vincennes University is adding its name to the growing list of Hoosier higher education institutions resuming normal operations in the upcoming academic year.

By |2021-03-10T21:21:43-05:007 months ago|Business, Coronavirus, Indiana News, Inside INdiana Business, News|Comments Off on Vincennes University plans to resume normal operations amid pandemic

Knox County truss manufacturer makes plans to expand and add jobs

SANDBORN, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) -- A Knox County building [...]

By |2021-02-10T12:44:41-05:008 months ago|Business, Indiana News, Inside INdiana Business, News|Comments Off on Knox County truss manufacturer makes plans to expand and add jobs

Commerce Dept. rep to make entrepreneurship grant announcement

A senior U.S. Department of Commerce official will be in Vincennes on Friday to make what is being called a major grant announcement.

Good Samaritan purchases property for COVID testing

VINCENNES, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) - The board of governors for Vincennes-based Good Samaritan has approved the $875,000 purchase of a building in the Knox County city.

VU offers free testing services

Vincennes University is offering free testing services for certain students through December 31. In a first for the university, Adult Basic Education students will receive the services for free.

Vincennes University returning students in August

Vincennes University has announced students will return to its campuses for in-person classes beginning in August. In-person instruction for the fall semester will end prior to Thanksgiving and spring semester will be delayed to protect students, faculty and staff from COVID-19. Start and end dates for the 2020-21 academic year remain unchanged, but the university will institute a pause in face-to-face instruction at mid-year.

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