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Thursday, August 15, 2013

* New Procedure for Marketing Requests Including AceNotes Submissions!

As we begin the new year, many of you are ready to submit requests for AceNotes, room requests, print pieces, videos, news releases, etc. Whatever you need from any area of marketing, it can now be requested through one form. This is the link:

This form replaces Publication's previous job request form and allows all areas of marketing to assist you in a systematic way.

If there is a cost to your project, you must still submit a paper copy of a check requisition or copy services request as in the past. (There are a few exceptions for departments that have been switched to electronic methods of making those submissions.)

If you are unsure which category to choose for your project or have any other questions, please contact one of the members of the marketing team to assist.

* Save 10% on New Nametags

The UE nametags have been redesigned with the IMPACT messaging on them.

In an effort to encourage as many people as possible to use the new design, we have arranged with our vendor, Ameristamp, to offer a 10% price reduction on all nametags ordered by Friday, September 13.

The discount includes the stipulation that the nametags must be paid by p-card at the time you place the order, so have your card handy.

The number to call is (812) 477-7763.


Upcoming Events

* Fall Conference 2013

The University of Evansville Fall Conference is set for Tuesday, August 20. To kick off the activities the campus is invited to a dessert reception, which will be held in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration Building Atrium at 12:30 p.m. President Kazee and Larry Kremer, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, will address the entire campus at 1:30 p.m. at the opening session of the Conference in Shanklin Theatre. Faculty and administrators will attend additional sessions throughout the afternoon and again on Wednesday, August 21. The entire campus is invited to the Family Picnic on Tuesday, August 20, at 4:30 p.m. on the lawn between Neu Chapel and Morton Residence Hall.

* Jennie Ebeling to Present Results of the 2013 Season at Jezreel

Associate Professor of Archaeology Jennie Ebeling will present the results of the 2013 field season at Jezreel in "The View from Jezebel's Window: Recent Archaeological Discoveries at Jezreel, Israel" on Sunday, August 18 at 7:00 pm at Temple Adath B'nai Israel, 8440 Newburgh Road. Refreshments to follow. For four weeks in May-June, Ebeling and Jezreel co-director Norma Franklin of the University of Haifa led a team of approximately 35, including 12 UE students and alumni, in the excavation of Jezreel, in Israel's Galilee. The team uncovered remains of occupation dating back 4,500 years as well as a very large and well-preserved Iron Age winery dating to the period when Ahab and Jezebel lived at Jezreel ca. 9th century B.C.E. Learn about these and other exciting finds - as well as our plans for the future - this Sunday evening.



* Dr. Douglas Reed Interviewed for Oral History Project: Prominent American Organ Teachers of the Latter Twentieth-Century

University Organist/Professor Emeritus of Music Doug Reed has been interviewed by Ann Marie Rigler, professor of music and College Organist at William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri, for an oral history project. This project - Prominent American Organ Teachers of the Latter Twentieth-Century - documents the careers of many of America’s prominent organ teachers of the last third of the 20th century. Rigler’s first use of the material will be a presentation at the 2014 national convention of the American Guild of Organists in Boston. Plans for subsequent use of the material include creating an archive for the benefit of future organ pedagogy scholars and the creation of a monograph including a DVD of excerpts selected from the interview files. Reed has taught at the University of Evansville since 1975.


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