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Monday, January 13, 2014

* Master Campus Calendar Up & Running

The office of marketing and communication has finalized a one-stop shopping location on our website to make it easy to view all the activities of the University in one place. There is a link from the homepage of our website, but you can also go directly to it at

It is easy to submit an item for inclusion to the calendar through the marketing request form. Please bookmark this page for easy access:

Please check the dates for events about which you are aware or are coordinating. If the event is missing from the master calendar, please use the marketing form to submit it.

If you have a long list of events that are similar in nature (recurring meetings or performances, for example), the office of marketing and communication will work with you to get them all entered at once. Please submit a request form and then e-mail the list to with Master Calendar Additions in the subject line.

We feel confident this master calendar will help the entire campus community. It will help avoid scheduling competing events, make the information readily accessible for ourselves and our visitors, etc.

Thank for you your help in keeping the calendar up to date. If you have any questions, please e-mail Lucy Himstedt at


What's Happening Today

* Tin Man Brewing Co. 411!!!

Today at 3:30 p.m. on WUEV 91.5 FM, Sara Davidsen, Tin Man marketing director, and Moriah Rose, tasting room manager at Tin Man, will talk about all the brews and crews that are coming up in the near future. The broadcast can also be heard online at:

Tin Man Brewing Company is located at 1430 W. Franklin St. For more info call (812) 618-3227 or go online to

* Shen Yun on WUEV 91.5 FM Today!

Witness the Divine Culture's Return! An extraordinary journey across 5,000 years of Chinese civilization! With classical Chinese dance, live orchestra, dazzling costumes and animated backdrops, Shen Yun will transport you to another world. Millions have seen Shen Yun. Standing ovations at sold-out theaters around the world have made it a global sensation. Experience a performance that will touch your soul.

Representatives from this smash extravganza will be in WUEV 91.5 FM's Hinton Studios at 5 p.m. TODAY to talk about the show on ? The broadcast can also be heard online at

The show will be at the Aiken Theatre January 28 & 29. For ticket information go online to

* Alumni Show at The Melvin Peterson Gallery

Come and view the work of our talented UE Art Alumni at the Melvin Peterson Gallery January 13 through February 14th. Full gallery hours will be posted after the first week of classes. Email for more information.


Upcoming Events

* I-House: Italy

All members of the campus and local community are encouraged to attend I-House: Italy. I-House features a different international student each week sharing their story of life in their country. This week, Claudio & Flaviano will discuss what their life is like in Italy. Attendees will learn about culture, lifestyle, food, and so much more. Bring your friends to enjoy the presentation this Wednesday at 7pm on the 2nd floor of Ridgway University Center in the Class of 1959 Gallery.

* Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Empowerment Conference

A Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Empowerment Conference is planned for Tuesday, January 14 and Wednesday, January 15 from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. in Eykamp 251 and 252, Ridgway University Center. Sessions will be offered as TEACH-INs, which are educational sessions meant to be practical, participatory, and oriented toward action. Participants may attend any of the sessions, but in order to receive a certificate of completion participants must attend at least one Inspirational, one Personal, and one Active Leadership workshop. For more information, please contact LaNeeca Williams at or 812-488-2413.

* This Week in Music: Concert for Violin and Piano

The Department of Music begins its spring semester concert offerings this Tuesday evening with a recital featuring Oramay Cluthe Eades Distinguished Professor of Music and Violin Carol Dallinger and Professor of Music and Piano Anne Hastings Fiedler in a program of works from the Baroque to the Modern era. The concert will open with George Frideric Handel’s Violin Sonata in D Major, HWV 371, with harpsichordist Helen Skuggedal Reed and Consortium Instructor of Cello Jennifer Wingert accompanying Professor Dallinger. Professor Fiedler will then perform Beethoven’s “Andante favori” and two earlier works by Arnold Schoenberg, including his Six Little Piano Pieces, Op. 19. The program will conclude with two works by American composer John Adams: China Gates for piano and Road Movies for violin and piano. The recital will take place in Wheeler Concert Hall at 7:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

* Spring Break Program in Beautiful Guatemala for all Majors! – Info Session on Friday, January 17!

There will be an info session on a Spring Break Program in beautiful Guatemala on Friday, January 17 at 4 p.m. in Room 162, Schroeder Family School of Business  Building. This program is open to students of ALL majors! RSVP for the session here

Are you looking for ways to differentiate yourself for the competitive job market post-graduation while exploring ways that your field of study will impact organizations? Would you like to do some powerful and impactful work over Spring Break in a stunningly beautiful environment and in the midst of a community of genuinely joyous people?

The Institute for Global Enterprise at UE has an upcoming opportunity you would be wise to take advantage of! This program is not only unique and fun; it will develop the skills in participants that employers look for in potential hires. One past participant described her participation in our programs as, "one of the highlights of my undergraduate experience." Another stated, "it is thanks to this experience … that I can face the future unafraid.” This educational opportunity will be centered on how modern organizations use multi-disciplinary teams to solve the complex problems of our era. Students will combine forces to develop solutions for a group of issues surrounding a non-profit organization. Skills will be needed from students studying Education, Nursing, Philosophy, Business, International Studies, HSA, Ethics, Foreign Language, Sociology, Engineering, Sciences, Math, Communications....just to name a few. Attend our info session to learn more about the projects available and professional grade deliverables that you can eventually put on your resume!

You are invited to an information session scheduled for Friday, January 17 from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. in Room 162, Schroeder Family School of Business Building.  Please RSVP here.  We will be discussing this Institute program in Guatemala that will provide you with opportunities to develop a competitive and differentiated skill set. This is a 3 credit-hour course that will have some class meetings on campus with the majority of contact hours taking place on-site in Guatemala over Spring Break.  Participate in this transformational opportunity while strengthening your resume and the lives of others

An application process will be followed by a selection process. 

For more information, please contact Cindy at ck116.


* UE Wind Ensemble Auditions

Auditions for Spring 2014 UE Wind Ensemble will be held on Tuesday, January 14 (11:00-11:45 am and 3:00-5:45 pm). Any interested student should sign up for an audition time on the UE Bands bulletin board (across from FA 103). Request a copy of the audition excerpts by emailing Dr. Kenneth Steinsultz (ks306).

* NOON PRAYER @ NEU on January 16


The Neu Chapel Office of Religious Life in cooperation with the Neu Chapel Society announce NOON PRAYER @ NEU: MEDITATION WITH MUSIC for Thursday, January 16, at 12:10 in Neu Chapel. The 40-minute service of music, silence, and the spoken word provides a time of contemplation, reflection, and inspiration for University of Evansville students, faculty, staff, and the larger community.

Music will be presented by Robert Nicholls, organist/director of music of First Presbyterian Church, Evansville. Robert was born in Cambridge, England to a British farmer and American mother from Carmi, Illinois. At the age of eight, he joined the choristers of Westminster Abbey in London under the direction of Simon Preston. He graduated from the Oundle School, and after a gap-year during which he studied organ at the University of Evansville, he earned two music degrees from Cambridge University where he sang tenor as a member of the choirs of Gonville and Caius and St. John’s Colleges. In 1996, he joined the staff of First Presbyterian Church where he directs the Wide Awake Worship band and the Royal School of Church Music affiliated choir, and plays the Fisk organ, Op. 98. In 2012, he won first place in the American Guild of Organists National Competition in Organ Improvisation.

NOON PRAYER @ NEU: MEDITATION WITH MUSIC will begin with the ringing of the Peace Bell. Refreshments will be available after the service. All are welcome.


Info You Should Know

* Meal Plans Can Be Changed till Friday Afternoon

Students are able to adjust their meal plans for the spring semester until Friday, January 17 at 5:00 p.m. The link to request a meal plan change is here.

* Found

A pair of ear buds were found in the computer lab in Schroeder Family School of Business Building before the Christmas break. Please call 2848 to claim them.

* Libraries Announces Spring Semester Regular Hours

UE Libraries will observe the following schedule of regular hours during Spring Semester 2014 beginning on January 13th. Break hours and other exceptions to normal hours will be announced in advance. Contact William Louden, University Librarian, with questions at 812.488.2376 or .

Sunday: Noon - Midnight
Monday: 7:30 a.m. - Midnight
Tuesday: 7:30 a.m. - Midnight
Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. - Midnight
Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - Midnight
Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

* Fall Dean's List Announcements Sent to Hometown Newspapers

Congratulations to all who made the Fall 2013 Dean's List! To recognize this achievement, news releases have been sent to your hometown newspapers and posted online at

You should receive an e-mail notification with a link to view your story online and share your achievement with friends and family through e-mail and social media. If you haven't already, log in to via Facebook to customize your profile by adding a photo, leadership positions, activities, and professional experience.

Your online reputation is important – most employers Google an applicant's name during the hiring process for jobs and internships. UE helps students create a positive online presence by providing as a free service. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of University Relations at x2236 or

* Spring 2014 Semester begins at Harlaxton

Classes began Monday 13 January at Harlaxton College, the British Campus of the University of Evansville, with 172 students in attendance.

The spring student body represents thirteen institutions, including the University of Evansville, Baker University (Kansas), Eastern Illinois University (Illinois), Indiana University (Indiana), Marian University (Indiana), Pacific Lutheran University (Washington), Texas Lutheran University (Texas), Texas Woman’s University (Texas), the University of Southern Indiana (Indiana), the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (Wisconsin), Wabash College (Indiana), Western Kentucky University (Kentucky), and William Jewell College (Missouri). UE faculty members teaching at Harlaxton this term include Dr. Lora Becker (Psychology), Dr. Diane Brewer (Theatre), and Dr. Richard Connolly (Philosophy).

The Harlaxton curriculum features the core interdisciplinary course, the British Experience, and a range of classes in the liberal arts and pre-professional studies. Course-related field trips and optional weekend travel provide opportunities to engage the culture both in Britain and beyond. For over forty years, Harlaxton College has served as the British Campus of the University of Evansville providing world-class education in a splendid English manor house in the East Midlands countryside. 

* 2014 Spring - New Cardholder Training Sessions Schedule

Here is the Spring 2014 cardholder training session schedule. To reserve your spot in an upcoming training session, contact Cathy Wellmeier at 2941 or cw220. This schedule along with the 2014 SDG2 Pcard Monthly Cycle Calendar are available 24/7 on the AceLink Pcard website under Training Materials, Dates to Remember.

Date, Day, Training Time, Location, Seating Capacity:
Jan. 14, Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., Physical Plant Conference Room, 10
Feb. 13, Thursday, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., Physical Plant Conference Room, 10
Mar. 11, Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., Physical Plant Conference Room, 10
Apr. 15, Tuesday, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., Physical Plant Conference Room, 10
May 15, Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., Physical Plant Conference Room, 10


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