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Full Coverage Of Stone Center Grand Opening

Aug 9, 2018
Isaiah Seibert / WNIN

We've interviewed a variety of community leaders and health professionals for our special coverage of the grand opening of the Stone Family Center for Health Sciences. If you missed our on-air coverage throughout the day, or if you want to listen again, you'll find a comprehensive list of the segments we produced for the center's dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting:

WNIN's Emily Miles spoke with local entrepreneurs and young people about the changing culture of innovation in the city. 

Stone Family Center Officially Opens

Aug 9, 2018
Isaiah Seibert / WNIN

Downtown Evansville was teeming with young adults in white coats Thursday morning. They gathered in the ballroom of the Old National Events Plaza for the dedication ceremony for the Stone Family Center for Health Sciences. 

"I take great pride and feel deep gratitude in presenting these symbolic keys to the Stone Family Center for Health Sciences," said Sarah Schuler, president of Evansville-based architecture firm VPS, as she handed keys to the presidents of Indiana University, the University of Evansville, and the University of Southern Indiana.

Tour The New Medical Campus

Aug 9, 2018
Isaiah Seibert / WNIN

WNIN’s Isaiah Seibert had a chance to preview the Stone Family Center before its Aug. 9 grand opening. He was guided by Mary Kessler, dean of the College of Education and Health Sciences at the University of Evansville.

UE Dean Talks Benefits Of New Medical Center

Aug 9, 2018
Isaiah Seibert / WNIN

Mary Kessler is dean of the College of Education and Health Sciences at the University of Evansville. Two UE programs are moving to the Stone Family Center: its physician assistants’ program and its doctoral program in physical therapy. Kessler received her bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from UE. She says a lot’s changed since she was a student, but she spoke with WNIN’s Isaiah Seibert last week about what the new campus means for UE students enrolled in those programs and the future of medical education in Evansville. 

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