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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Upcoming Events

* Visit UE - Summer Open House, July 13!

The Office of Admission is hosting its annual summer Open House on Saturday, July 13. If you have family members, friends, or neighbors who could benefit from a visit to campus, please encourage them to attend. They will join other prospective students from around the country in visiting with faculty members, learning about study abroad programs, discussing scholarship opportunities, touring campus including residence halls and enjoying lunch on campus. They can register online at or by calling the Office of Admission at 800-423-8633, ext. 2468.


Info You Should Know

* Check Requisitions and Marketing Codes

The Accounting and Audit Department is receiving quite a few check requisitions for marketing charges that are not coded with the new marketing codes. These will be sent back to the departments. Please use the new marketing codes so that the processing of your check requisitions is not delayed.

* USPS and UPS Closed on Thursday, July 4, 2013 for INDEPENDENCE DAY

Both the United States Postal Service and United Parcel Service will be closed on INDEPENDENCE DAY, Thursday, July 4. Please plan accordingly. For mailing questions, contact Mail Services at extension 2197

* Join UE's Race for the Cure Team – Race Set for September 28th

Join Team UE now and get an “early bird” discount through June 30 at  No running experience required.  Friends and family are also encouraged to join Team UE!  Questions?  Please contact Jen at x2021 or jj130.



* Arts Awards Recipients

Several members of the UE community were recognized in this year’s Arts Awards, presented by the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana on June 27 at the Bower-Suhrheinrich Foundation Gallery.

Dennis Malfatti, associate professor of music and director of choral activities, was named Arts Educator of the Year. UE Opera under the direction of Jon Truitt, associate professor of music and head of the voice area, received the Ensemble of the Year Award. In addition, UE Trustee and Old National Bancorp President and CEO Bob Jones and his wife, Lisa, were named Arts Advocates of the Year for their involvement with UE Theatre and other arts organizations.

Congratulations to the award recipients! To learn more about the winners, please click here.

* Alex Dryer

Congratulations to UE student Alex Dryer, a classical studies and social studies education major who has received a study abroad grant from Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s most selective academic honor society. Alex will use the $1,000 grant to spend the Spring 2014 semester at Harlaxton College. There, she will continue work on her capstone project for UE’s Honors Program, which focuses on the different reactions of the Roman government towards various religious cults of the time.

Phi Kappa Phi awards 50 study abroad grants each year to U.S. undergraduates with grade point averages of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale. 

* UE Grad Puts Together Evansville Farmers' Market - Buy Fresh, Buy Local!

UE alum Jordan Fink, manager of Adele's health food store on Lincoln Avenue, has put together a Farmer's Market that will be open every Tuesday from July 2 through August 27 between 3-6:30 p.m. The market will be located right across from Adele's health food store on the 2700 block of Lincoln Avenue.

Fink is a graduate of UE's School of Business..



* Langness And Ryan NSCA All-America Honor

University of Evansville student-athletes Danielle Langness and Colt Ryan have been named to NCSA Athletic Recruiting’s 2013 Athleader All-American Team. The Athleader All-American Team was chosen based upon nominations received from coaches, Sports Information Directors and Athletic Directors across the nation.

Only eight athletes were selected for the 2012-2013 inaugural year of this award. To be chosen for the All-American Team, athletes have to embody the characteristics of an Athleader; which is defined by not only exceling on the field, but by putting their team first, valuing their education and having a thirst for learning. The “all-in” attitude of these players is made apparent through their all-out work ethic, as well as the legacy leave on the field, campus, and community. These athletes use these factors to lead by example and give back to empower others on their campus and in their community.

“Danielle is a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee member and she inspires others to give more of themselves,” UE Senior Associate Athletic Director Sarah Solinsky said.  “Colt is also a SAAC Representative who makes time for others, often receiving requests to participate in volunteer activities and he happily gave of his time.”

Langness, a member of the UE women’s soccer team has been the definition of an Athleader during her time at the University of Evansville.  As a Purple Ace, Langness was a starter for the women’s soccer team and was named to the Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll all four years.

Over the past year she contributed 515 hours of community service to Evansville’s Athletic Department’s 4,042 hours. Organizations she helped include United Way, Salvation Army, Make-A-Wish, and Canine Rescue among more. This past fall, Langness received the Fall, 2012, Missouri Valley Conference Service and Leadership Award.

Colt Ryan has also exhibited what it means to be an Athleader during his time at the University of Evansville.  Over the last four seasons, Ryan was a star on the men’s basketball team and broke the all-time scoring mark at UE with 2,279 points. In 2013 Ryan received the Ralph Coleman Scholar-Athlete Award for top male senior student-athlete at UE.

During his career he was named the Missouri Valley Conference MVC Scholar Athlete of the Year twice, and was a 2-time MVC First Team All-Conference selection. Colt was also named to the MVC Honor Roll for 3 years. During his senior year Colt volunteered for multiple organizations in Indiana, including Race for the Cure, Special Olympics, the American Red Cross, YMCA and more.

When nominating Langness for this award, Senior Associate Athletics Director, Sarah Solinsky said,

* UE Women's Soccer Releases 2013 Schedule

University of Evansville women’s soccer head coach Krista McKendree unveiled the Purple Aces 2013 schedule Tuesday afternoon, a slate that will consist of 18 contests, including 10 home matches.

Evansville will play an exhibition contest Wednesday, Aug. 14 at Austin Peay, before opening its regular-season schedule by hosting Morehead State on Aug. 16.

“We are looking forward to getting things started in August,” McKendree said.  “We have a lot of momentum and had a very positive spring season.  Our returning group is more ready than ever to come back and work toward competing for another championship.  The goal is to be playing our best soccer when we reach our conference game and I believe our non-conference schedule will prepare us for that.”

In non-conference play, the Aces will host Murray State (Aug. 23), UT Martin (Aug. 30), IUPUI (Sept. 6), Belmont (Sept. 13), Valparaiso (Sept. 15) and Western Kentucky (Oct. 27) and travel to Tennessee Tech (Aug. 25), Xavier (Sept. 4), St. Louis (Sept. 8), Eastern Kentucky (Sept. 20) and Bowling Green (Sept. 22).

For its contest against IUPUI on Sept. 6, UE will sport orange uniforms as part of Multiple Sclerosis Night. 

Evansville will begin its defense of its 2012 Missouri Valley Conference regular-season championship when it hosts Drake for its conference opener Sunday, Sept. 29.  The Aces will also host conference foes Missouri State (Oct. 12) and Loyola (Oct. 31) and will have road contests against MVC opponents Northern Iowa (Oct. 6), Indiana State (Oct. 17) and Illinois State (Oct. 20).

The first round of the MVC Tournament will be conducted at campus sites on Nov. 3, before UE plays host to the second and third rounds at Arad McCutchan Stadium Nov. 8-10.

“There should be some very entertaining matches for the fans this season culminating with a great weekend of tournament play and the crowning of the MVC Tournament champion,” McKendree said.


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