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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Upcoming Events

* Employee Wellness Nurse on Campus Thursday

The Employee Wellness Nurse will be on campus Thursday, Oct. 11, from 9–11 a.m. in Krannert lobby. 

Health Tip: The average person consumes 200 extra calories on Saturday! Unstructured weekends can negatively impact an otherwise successful regimen, so it's important to plan. If you're heading out, have a menu strategy. If you're staying in, use your free time to try a new activity or cook healthy meals to eat during the week.

* Is It Time for Your Annual Mammogram?

Is it time for your annual mammogram?

The St. Mary’s Mobile Mammography Unit will be at at the Crayton E. and Ellen Mann Heath Center (Sampson Hall) on Friday, November 16 from 8:00 a.m.–noon.

Mobile Digital Mammography is designed to provide a very convenient means for today’s busy woman to complete routine testing. The screening will utilize digital mammography technology, the most advanced mammography imaging available.

To qualify, it must be one year and one day since your last mammogram.

Please bring your insurance card for billing purposes.  Appointments can be made by calling St. Mary’s Breast Center at 812-485-4437.

* Bible Study on Thursday Night

Adventist Campus Ministries will be having Bible study on Thursday night from 7-8 p.m. in Room153 (Eades Music Room) in the McCurdy Wing of Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building.

The topic this week is Angels. We are continuing our in-depth study of Biblical passages pertaining to angels. Anyone is welcome to attend and you can contact: Alexandra Statham ( for more details.


* PT Club

If you are a physical therapy major, undergraduate or graduate student, you should get involved in UE's Physical Therapy Club. The next club meeting is October 12 at 12 p.m. in Graves Hall 104. Club membership is open to any undergraduate or graduate student interested in pursuing physical therapy. Benefits of club membership include:
• The opportunity to express ideas and concerns about topics of interest to physical therapy students
• Free student newsletters and literature from the American Physical Therapy Association's (APTA) National Student Assembly
• Community and Campus Volunteer opportunities
• Information about upcoming APTA sanctioned events
• Fellowship and mentoring from upperclassmen who have experienced the application process of getting into PT school

If you have any questions, please contact club president Jenny Murphy at


* UE Global Friends & Families- Families Needed!

The Office of Cultural Engagement and International Services invites all employees, alumni, and members of the UE community to participate in a friendship program with international students!  "Families" of all kinds are welcome to join the UE Global Friends & Families program to learn more about an international student who is part of our UE family.  You will have the chance to get to know someone from another country, share more about American culture beyond campus life, and have the potential for a life-long friendship. 

If you are interested, please contact Lauren & Emily at or attend the interest session on Thursday, October 11 at 4:30 p.m. in Eykamp 253, Ridgway University Center. Don't miss this opportunity to share a little Evansville hospitality and learn more about someone from another part of the world!

* Networking Event and Seminar

Tri-State World Trade Network will present a networking event and seminar on the University of Southern Indiana's campus (free transportation provided) on Thursday, October 18. The event is from 9-11:30 a.m., with registration startig at 8 a.m. Submitting your résumé through UE JobLink by October 12 will secure your reservation and guarantee your résumé will be included in the résumé book given to representatives from the following organizations:

Berry Plastics
Mead Johnson Nutrition
Industrial Contractors
Red Spot Paint & Varnish
Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana

Follow these steps to RSVP by Friday, October 12
Login to UE JobLink
Search jobs for ‘Global Work Seminar’ (listing #716564)
Click apply, submit résumé

This is not an interview or job opportunity.  This seminar will feature speakers from the above organizations who will share key qualities to be successful abroad as well as internships available with global companies.  A few days before the event, you will receive confirmation and travel arrangements.



* Men's Golf Stands Fourth At Butler

 Following the opening round of play at the Butler Fall Invitational, freshman Alex Turner is tied for 8th place as the University of Evansville men’s golf team is in fourth place.Turner notched a 72 in round one and is six strokes off of the lead.  Parker Hensley carded a 1-over 73 en route to a tie for 10th place while Quinn Vilneff was a shot behind with a 74.  He is tied for 13th.

Will Knights registered a 76 in Monday’s round while Rick VoyVodic notched an 80.  A pair of players are in the tournament as individuals as Craig Niemeier notched a 76 while Josiah Ashba had a 78.

Butler sits atop the leaderboard following the first round with a 281.  Wisconsin-Green Bay stands in second with a 288 while IUPUI is third (293) and the Purple Aces sit in fourth with 295. 

The Bulldogs have the top two individuals as Andrew Wegeng leads everyone following his round of 66 while Colin Reenan is second with a 67.

The teams played just one round on Monday as play was delayed nearly three hours due to frost on the course.

* UE Women In Ninth At Butler

Freshman Paige Crafton shot a 79 as the University of Evansville women’s golf team sits in ninth place following the opening round of play at the Butler Invitational.Due to frost on the course, the squads had roughly a 3-hour delay and played just one round on Monday.

Crafton is tied for 23rd following the opening round of play.  Just behind her is Sydney Skiles, who tallied an 81 and sits in a tie for 30th. 

Cathy Doyle and Kelly Lamarche recorded rounds of 84 while Dana Hayden carded an 86.  Shooting as an individual, Rachel Marchi notched a 102.

Bowling Green leads the way in the event with a 300 while there is a three-way tie for second as Bradley, IUPUI and Eastern Illinois each notched a 305. 

Shelby Wilson of BGSU leads the individuals as she notched a 71 to go into the final day of play with a one stroke lead over Danielle Lemek of Bradley.



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