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Monday, October 1, 2012

What's Happening Today

* Intramural Flag Football & 3v3 Futsol Registration Open

Intramural Flag Football and 3v3 Futsol registration is now open at IMLeagues.com. Registration for both sports closes Tuesday, October 2 at 11:55 p.m.  The Flag Football season begins Monday, October 15 and the 3v3 Futsol tournament takes place Wednesday and Thursday, October 10 and 11.  Register your team on IMLeagues.com.  If you have any questions, please contact Rob Latva at rl78@evansville.edu.

Upcoming Events

* CNS Meeting Today

There will be a CNS meeting this Tuesday in Room 75, Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building at 6 p.m. We will be composing the bylaws for UE's National Neuroscience Honor Fraternity. If you wish to participate or learn more about the organization, please attend the meeting!

* This Week in Music: A Bicentennial Celebration!

The Department of Music will begin its 2012-13 1st Tuesday Series with a program in honor of Evansville’s Bicentennial.  The concert will be presented Tuesday, October 2, at 7:30 p.m. in Neu Chapel.

  In recognition of its long history of significant contributions to the city’s cultural life, the program features works composed specifically for the University of Evansville’s Department of Music.  The concert will open with Jubilate Deo by Ronald Kauffmann for choir, brass quintet, and percussion.  Dr. Kauffmann, an alumnus of UE, was commissioned by the Friends of UE Music to compose a work in honor of Shirley Shepherd.

The Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Timothy Zifer, will perform Bells of November.  The composer, Josh Stallings, is a senior Theatre Design and Technology major with associated studies in Music The work was presented at the 2011 Elmhurst Jazz Festival where it received an Honorable Mention Award.  The highlight of the concert will be the University Orchestra’s world premiere of Brian St. John’s Dominion Overture.  Written specifically for this event, the piece describes aspects of the settlement of Evansville, musically depicting clearing of land, construction of domiciles, and an emerging community arising next to the Ohio River. 

The program will conclude with the University Wind Ensemble’s performance of John Corigliano’s Gazebo Dances, directed by Dr. Kenneth Steinsultz.  The version for wind ensemble was premiered in 1973 by the University of Evansville Wind Ensemble under the direction of Robert Bailey.  The concert is free and open to the public.

* FREE Transportation to Tour the Indiana War Memorial Museum & Soldiers and Sailors Monument

The UE campus community and alumni are invited to Downtown Indianapolis on Saturday, October 13 for a private tour led by UE alum and Executive Director for the Indiana War Memorial, Stewart Goodwin, Brig. Gen., USAF (Ret).  UE professor Dr. James MacLeod, WWI scholar, will also accompany the group to Downtown Indianapolis.  Transportation is FREE provided via chartered bus.   Space is limited to 47, so act fast.   Reserve your space by Friday, Oct.  5th. The trip is sponsored by the Honors Program and UE VETS student veterans organization (worth .5 Honors Points*).

Trip Details:
Departure:          Saturday, October 13, 7:00 a.m., Walnut Street in front of Ridgway University Center
Return:                Saturday, October 13, around 9:00 p.m.
Cost:                    Practically FREE!
• Deposit $20.00 for the bus – it will be returned if you go on the trip!
(cash or check payable to Honors Program)
• $2.00 if you want to ride the elevator to the top of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument
• $5.00 for an admission donation to the Indiana War Memorial Museum
• Plan to buy lunch or bring your own.

*Must tour the IWM museum to receive Honors points.

Reservations:
1. Bring your $20.00 bus deposit to Lesa Hofferth in the Physics Department, KC 238 by Friday, Oct. 5
(before 1:00 p.m. if possible).  Deposit returned once on the bus. Limited space, first-come-first-served.
2. Sign a trip waiver (See Lesa)

About the Indiana War Memorial Museum:
Gen. Goodwin will be our tour guide and provide interesting stories about museum acquisitions.  This magnificent building has three main floors. The main floor houses the names of all Hoosiers who participated in WW I and all Hoosiers killed or missing in action from WW II, Korea, and Vietnam. Among the interesting items on display is the commission plate of the battleship USS Indiana, numerous military firearms, a Korean War era helicopter, a Navy Terrier missile that can be armed with an atomic nuclear war head, and hundreds of other artifacts, photos and docs.

About the Soldiers and Sailors Monument:
Recognized as one of the world's outstanding monuments, the structure has come to symbolize both the city of Indianapolis and the state of Indiana. There are a number of art works either built into the Monument, or placed throughout the grounds. The Soldiers & Sailors Monument also features a Gift Shop and Observation Level. From the Observation Level, visitors have a 360 degree view of the city skyline from 275 feet up.

* Popcorn for Sale in Ridgway Lobby!

Venturing Crew 365, UE’s student-run outdoor club, is selling popcorn in Ridgway University Center on Tuesday through Thursday, October 2 - 4. Tables will be open from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., and from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. Stop by and check out what we have in stock or place an order for something special! Funds go to help pay for the Venturing Crew’s trips and equipment. For more information about the Venturing Crew, e-mail venturing@evansville.edu or find us on Facebook at UE Venturing Crew 365.

* Jack Schriber Will Speak at Andiron Lecture on October 3

Jack Schriber will be the speaker at the University of Evansville Andiron Lecture on Wednesday, October 3, in Eykamp Hall, Room 252, Ridgway University Center. The lecture begins at 4:00 p.m.  A social gathering with beverages begins at 3:45 p.m. Schriber’s topic will be “Communication:  It Seems So Easy, So Second Nature… Think Again!”

Schriber currently serves as supervisor of fine arts with the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation and as an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Communications at the University of Southern Indiana. He is also active in the Evansville community, serving on a number of boards and committees. He has received several awards for his community involvement, including the Art Education Association of Indiana Outstanding Art Educator, the Mayor’s Art Award, the Leadership Evansville Distinguished Leader of the Year, and the Leadership Evansville Individual Achievement Award.

He earned his Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees from UE and holds a certificate in curriculum and development from Indiana University and a supervisor’s license from Indiana State University.  He has done course work at Cambridge University in England, at Columbia University in New York, and at the University of Southern Indiana.

Every day we communicate, at work, at home, and at play, and every day we are misunderstood, misinterpreted, and even seen as indifferent to and by others. This presentation will explore communication and will focus on the ideas of psychologists William Schutz and Abraham Maslow as they give us insights into the question “Why do we communicate?” Schriber will discuss the three basic models of interpersonal communication: linear, interactive, and transactional and will explain how each works and how to use them to strengthen interpersonal communication. His lecture will consider the principles of communication and how knowing and practicing them helps us to be better communicators. In closing, he will summarize the guidelines for interpersonal communication competence.

For further information, call the series coordinator M. Christine Mohn at 812-488-2585 or the College of Arts and Sciences at 812-488-2589

* Graduate School Events Planned for Wednesday, October 3

On Wednesday, October 3, the Center for Career Development is sponsoring two graduate school events - a Graduate School Fair and a Graduate School Forum!

The Graduate School Fair will be from 1-4 p.m. on the East Terrace (outside Ridgway University Center) Registered schools:
Ball State University
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
Indiana University
Indiana University—Purdue University Indianapolis
Logan College of Chiropractic
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
Purdue University
St. Thomas University School of Law
Southern Illinois University School of Law
University of Southern Indiana
Valparaiso University Law School

The Graduate School Forum will be from 6:30-8 p.m. in Smythe Lecture Hall (Room 170), Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building. Faculty, alumni, and admissions representatives will discuss topics relating to graduate school admissions, programs, and more. Confirmed panelists are:
Dr. Thomas W. Atkinson, Associate Dean of the Graduate School - Purdue University
Luke Bickel, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis
Rev. Becky Eberhart, Asst. VP for Enrollment Management, - Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
Ashley Henke ’07, University Fellow/Research Assistant, Pursuing Master’s in Applied Communication - IUPUI
Annie Shackelford ’11, Pursuing Master of Social Work, - USI
Dr. Margaret Stevenson, Assistant Professor of Psychology -  UE
Dr. Barbara Williams, Director and Associate Professor, Occupational Therapy Program - USI

The hour long Q&A will be followed by a reception where students can talk to panelists informally. All students welcome!
 

* Charlas en español – Tuesday, October 2nd

Next Tuesday, October 2 at 5 p.m. at Jazzman's, come practice informal conversation in Spanish with other UE students in a relaxed atmosphere. For more information, please contact: Dr. Diana Rodríguez Quevedo at: dr130@evansville.edu

 

* Save the Date for Calvin Klein!

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, October 24 to see Calvin Klein, the award-winning fashion icon and creator of one the world’s best known brands.   The Institute for Global Enterprise in Indiana Institute Speaker Series is pleased to sponsor Mr. Klein’s presentation “Lessons From the Runway to Success:  Leadership and Building a Global Brand” in both Indianapolis and Evansville.  Tickets are currently on sale for the Indianapolis luncheon event.  For more information, please visit www.globalindiana.com.   The Evansville lecture, slated to begin at 7:00 p.m. at the Victory Theatre, is free and open to the public.    Doors open at 6:00 p.m.  For more information, call 812-488-2455 or e-mail globalindiana@evansville.edu.

Info You Should Know

* Fitness Center Fall Break Hours

Fitness Center Fall Break  hours will be

Friday October 5 – 6:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Saturday October 6  - Closed
Sunday October 7 – Closed
Monday October 8 – 8:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m. (No Fitness Classes)
Tuesday October 9 – 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. (No Fitness Classes)

* Faculty, Statt and Emeriti Can Buy Discounted Tickets to UE vs. USI Game

Faculty, staff and emeriti can purchase discounted tickets to the USI vs. UE men’s basketball game on October 27. Tickets will be $10 and can be picked up at the Carson Center Ticket Office starting on October 15 through October 19. There will be a limit of (2) tickets per faculty, staff, and emeriti at the discounted rate. Additional tickets may be purchased for $14 & $18 depending on location. The ticket office will be open Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. –5 p.m. All Faculty, staff, and emeriti must present UE IDs.
 

* Printable Calendar Now Online

A printable version of the UE calendar is available on the new website. Visit http://www.evansville.edu/news/events.cfm and click the "Printable Calendar" link to stay update to date with events on campus! 

* What UEL Can Do 4U: PsycARTICLES

Searching for an article on patient response to psychotherapy by Dr. Mark Kopta?  Interested in reviewing an article by Dr. Maggie Stevenson dealing with jurors’ deliberations on a defendant’s history of abuse?  Both of these articles are available to you via PsycARTICLES.

PsycARTICLES is a definitive source of full text, peer-reviewed scholarly and scientific articles in psychology.  This database covers general psychology and specialized, basic, applied, clinical and theoretical research in psychology.

PsycARTICLES contains more than 158,000 articles from eighty journals published by the American Psychological Association as well as eight journals from allied organizations. It contains all journal articles, letters to the editor and errata from each journal. Coverage spans from 1894 to the present.

Comments or questions to Kathy Bartelt, (kb4@evansville.edu), Collection Development Librarian.

* Chemistry Club Offering Free Tutoring in Chemistry

The Chemistry Club will be offering free chemistry tutoring in Room 300 (Chemistry Library) in Koch Center on Tuesdays and Thursday's from 5-7 p.m.

* Libraries Announces Autumn Recess Hours

UE Libraries will observe the following schedule of hours for Autumn Recess. Contact William Louden, University Librarian, with questions at 488.2376  or wflouden@evansville.edu .

Friday  October 5):         7:45 a.m.  –  5:00 p.m.
Saturday  (October 6):    CLOSED
Sunday  (October 7):       CLOSED
Monday  (October 8):      7:45 a.m.  -  5:00 p.m.
Tuesday  (October 9):       Resume Regular Hours

Congratulations

* Pi Gamma Mu Inductees

Pi Gamma Mu, International Honor Society in the Social Sciences, initiated 15 members into the Indiana Alpha Chapter on September 30th.  Founded in 1924, Pi Gamma Mu is the oldest honor society in the social sciences.  The Indiana Alpha Chapter at UE was chartered in 1929, and was the first in the state of Indiana. 


Our newest class of inductees are:
Morgan Brown
Samantha Cook
Colleen Dedalis
Randall Hemmings II
Emily Jamieson
Sarah Malik
Anna Maurer-Batjer
William McClure
Lauren Oates
Vanessa Parker
Morgan Reeve
Elizabeth Reis
Julia Rigby
Jillian Smith
Stephanie Underhill

Athletics

* Cross Country Impressive at Greater Louisville Classic

Kelby Jenkins and Josh Genet were the top performers as the University of Evansville cross country teams competed in the Greater Louisville Classic on Saturday morning.Jenkins continued her early-season success as she picked up an impressive third place finish in the blue race.  That event featured 337 runners from institutions such as West Virginia and Penn State.  Jenkins finished with a time of 17:54.26, bettering her previous personal record by about two seconds.  She set her previous top time in this year’s EIU Panther Open, which she won.

Senior Lauren Zeabart posted a solid 34th-place run on the strength of a 18:39.76 in the 5K event.  Elizabeth Kingshott took 86th with her time of 19:08.99.  Alyssa Moran (119th) and Nicole Kreuzman (145th) wrapped up UE’s top five runners in the event.  As a team, the Aces finished 11th out of 43 teams.

In the men’s blue 8K race, it was Josh Genet leading the way for the Purple Aces as he placed 21st with a 25:67.76.  That time was five seconds off of his top career effort.  Genet’s effort in the event was out of 362 runners.  Cody Stein finished in 36th with a time of 25:44.82.  Samuel Mires was the third UE runner to cross the stripe with a time of 27:03.08, which put him in 205th.  The men came in 13th out of 46 colleges.

The silver event for the women saw 339 participants as UE came in 16th out of 42 schools.  Maria Lynn was the top Ace as she ran a time of 20:06.37 to wrap up the race in 31st.  Loren Oboikovitz took 92nd with a 21:00.03 while Kirsten Perrey was less than a second behind.

The Tennessee Tech Invitational will be the next race for UE as they will run next Friday at 3 p.m. in Baxter, Tenn.

 

* Creighton Posts 3-1 Win over Volleyball

Creighton tallied 15 team blocks along with 28 block assists as they picked up a 3-1 victory over the University of Evansville volleyball team on Saturday evening at the Carson Center.Ashley Ring notched 12 kills to lead the Purple Aces (6-12, 2-4 MVC) while Meaghan Holmes tallied seven.  Katie Klages led all players with 32 digs while Jenn Murphy notched 27 assists.  Leading the Bluejays (13-3, 4-1 MVC) was Melanie Jereb, who had 18 kills.  Kelli Browning tallied 13 while Heather Thorson finished the evening with 10.

Creighton jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the opening set and utilized a late run to take a 25-16 win.  A pair of kills, followed by an ace helped CU take the early lead.  Evansville fought its way back and used three-straight service aces by Meaghan Holmes to tie the game up at 13-13.  The Bluejays proved to be too much, though, as they wrapped up the set on a 12-3 run to grab a quick 1-0 lead in the match. 

Using their late run from the first set, the Bluejays cruised to a 25-10 win in the second frame.  Jereb tallied five kills, including a pair of early ones to open up a 5-1 lead.  Evansville fought back to get within a pair at 6-4 on a kill by Stephanie Cerino, but an 8-0 Bluejay run was to omuch to overcume.  Jereb had three kills in the stretch as CU was dominant in the set. 

Evansville found its groove in the third set, but it did not come easy.  The Aces tallied the first two points before Creighton came back to take its first lead at 3-2.  Their lead would eventually grow to five points at 14-9.  With the lead still at five and the Bluejays holding onto a 20-15 lead, the Aces made their run.  Evansville scored seven of the next eight points to take a 22-21 lead.  Rachel TenHoor had two kills in the run and with the set tied at 23-23, Holmes and Emma Roberson put the finishing touch on the win as UE earned a 25-23 win.

Ring did her best to help UE stretch the match to five games with eight kills in the fourth set, but the Bluejays proved to be too much to handle as they earned a 25-17 win to take the match.  Ring had four early kills as the squads battled their way to a 9-9 tie.  Creighton made its game-changing run, posting three in a row with the scored knotted at 11-11.  Evansville was unable to stop the run as CU pulled away for the win.

Creighton’s largest advantage came in blocks as they notched 15 total team blocks while limiting UE to four.  The Bluejays also outhit UE, .283-.086.

The Aces return to the Carson Center on Tuesday as they will face UT-Martin at 7 p.m.

 

* Hajderovic, Gonzalez Score Twice in 4-0 Win

The University of Evansville men’s soccer team snapped a three-game losing streak with an impressive 4-0 win over visiting Oral Roberts, holding the Golden Eagles to just four shots, Sunday afternoon at Arad McCutchan Stadium. 

Faik Hajdervoic netted a pair of goals in the win to bring his season total to three, while Mark Anthony Gonzalez added a pair of insurance goals in the second half for his second and third tallies of the year.  UE goalkeeper Eric Teppen recorded his second clean sheet of the season between the posts, while backup keeper Robert Randant tallied three saves for the Aces in his 17 minutes of action.

The Aces got the first goal of the match in the 27th minute when Hajderovic scored from 25 yards out.  A right-footed shot from the freshman forward hit about three yards in front of the ORU keeper, before skipping over his outstretched hand and into the back of the net.

UE nearly doubled its lead with just over 15 minutes remaining in the opening stanza, when it created a breakaway opportunity after an Oral Roberts free kick.  However, the Golden Eagles’ keeper was able to break up the chance after a misplayed ball.

It did not take long for Evansville to push its advantage to 2-0 in the second half, as Hajderovic scored an unassisted goal in the 47th minute.  Hajderovic collected a loose ball outside the box, dribbled into the right side and fired a shot from 12 yards out inside the far post.

Gonzalez would score the net two for the Aces to make the final tally 4-0, as the freshman midfielder scored an unassisted goal in the 66th minute, before finishing a rebound from close range on a shot that was saved off the foot of Dylan Terry.  Terry was credited for the assisted to bring his season total to two.

UE outshot the Golden Eagles, 12-4, and posted a 5-2 advantage in the corner kick department.  Gonzalez led the Aces with four shots, Hajderovic tallied three and five other Evansville players accounted for the other five.

Evansville will have just a two-day rest before returning to the pitch, as the Purple Aces will travel to Charleston, Ill., for a non-conference game with Eastern Illinois Tuesday, Oct. 2.  Kickoff is slated for 4 p.m.

* Start Time Announced for Vectren Community Classic - Tickets on Sale Now

 Details for the University of Evansville men’s basketball exhibition opener versus the University of Southern Indiana, the Vectren Community Classic, have been announced.Set to take place on October 27, the game will begin at 7:05 p.m. at the Ford Center.

Tickets for the game are set to go on sale on Monday morning beginning at 8:30 a.m.  Lower bowl seats are $18 while seats in the upper bowl are $14. 

Fans can purchase tickets at the Carson Center or by calling (812) 488-ACES.

The Purple Aces are looking to improve on last season’s success that saw them earn their best finish in the Missouri Valley Conference since the 1999 season as they placed third.  Evansville also defeated nationally-ranked Creighton at the Ford Center.  UE returns four seniors for this season including Colt Ryan, Troy Taylor, Ned Cox and Lewis Jones.
 

* Women's Soccer Ties Missouri State

Freshman goalkeeper Simone Busby kept the University of Evansville women’s soccer team unbeaten in Missouri Valley Conference Sunday afternoon by making nine saves in a 0-0 draw with host Missouri State at Plaster Field in Springfield, Mo.

In the early going, both teams looked to play a possession game in the middle third of the pitch.  The Aces (2-6-3, 1-0-1 MVC) fired the first shot of the contest, but the Bears (6-6-2, 0-1-1 MVC) quickly countered with a shot of their own, forcing Busby to make the first of her nine saves.

UE’s defense was tested early, as MSU outshot the Aces, 7-3, over the first 45 minutes and earned a pair of corner kicks to Evansville’s one.

Missouri State’s offense got off to a quick start in the second half, as the Bears attempted the first five shots, but Busby was equal to the task, turning away the four that were on frame.

MSU continued its offensive barrage through the second half, but the UE defense stood firm, as the match remained scoreless after 90 minutes despite Missouri State’s 15-4 shot advantage.

The Aces nearly found the game-winning goal on a pair of occasions in the first overtime.  Early in the first extra period, Abby Springer nearly gave the Aces a win on a breakaway opportunity, but her shot sailed just wide.  In the 98th minute, a 25-yard free kick service from Allie Arguello rang the post, but Missouri State was able to clear the ball and prevent a scoring chance.

In the second overtime period, the Bears took the only shot of the final 10 minutes and came up empty on their only corner kick opportunity.

Springer led Evansville offensively with two shots, while five other Purple Aces combined for UE’s seven attempts on the afternoon.  With her effort in goal, Busby pushed her record to 1-0-3 and improved her goals against average to a paltry 0.37.

The Aces will look to stay unbeaten in league play next Sunday, Oct. 7, when they travel to Des Moines, Iowa, for a 1 p.m. match with Drake.
 

* Costales Takes Runner Up Spot at ASPU

Junior Kelsey Costales capped off a successful weekend by taking the runner-up spot in her category at the Austin Peay Fall Tournament on Sunday.Costales posted a 3-3 mark on the weekend, including a 2-1 mark at Flight A doubles with partner Natasha James.  In Sunday’s finals of Flight C consolations, she fell to Erin Patton of Murray State, 6-2, 6-0.

Next up for UE will be the Missouri Valley Conference Individual Championships, which will take place in Wichita, Kan. beginning on Friday.

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