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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Upcoming Events

* Neu Chapel Vespers January 26

The University of Evansville Office of Religious Life announces a Neu Chapel Vespers series for the Spring semester, 2014. Offered in cooperation with the Neu Chapel Society and the UE chapter of the American Guild of Organists, the series will begin on Sunday, January 26 at 4:00 p.m. The acclaimed women’s choir, Angelus, from Mt. Vernon High School, will provide special vocal music under the direction of Dana Taylor.



Dedicated to the performance of sacred music from varied religious traditions and historical periods, Angelus performs music ranging from medieval chant and polyphony to the American Sacred Harp tradition as well as contemporary Irish and American sacred works. In 2012, Angelus was honored by the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana as the Arts Ensemble of the Year.

With roots in ancient Jewish worship, the Divine Office of Vespers was firmly established in Christian churches and monasteries by the mid-6th century. For more than 1,500 years, Vespers services, featuring Psalm singing and the lighting of lamps, have been observed throughout the Christian world. The University of Evansville offers Vesper services for the spiritual enlightenment of the campus and the larger community.

Vesper services will be also be offered on February 23, with Kirk Rich and students from the Indiana University Early Music Institute; March 23 with the Neu Chapel Jazz Ensemble; and on May 4 with Douglas Reed, University Organist.

* This Week in Music: Harlaxton Wind Quintet Performs

The Harlaxton Woodwind Quintet will present this week’s Faculty Recital in Wheeler Concert Hall on Tuesday evening, January 21, at 7:30. This Department of Music faculty ensemble includes Consortium Instructor Cara Dailey (flute), Consortium Instructor Elizabeth Robertson (oboe), Department of Music Chair and Associate Professor Thomas Josenhans (clarinet), Professor Emeritus Edwin Lacy (bassoon), and Consortium Instructor Marc Zyla (French horn). The performance will feature music from the Modern Era, including works by Carl Nielsen, Radamés Gnattali, Darius Milhaud, and György Ligeti. The concert is free and open to the public.

* Register for Career Expo

Interested in working for IBM or Roche Diagnostics? Those are just two of the over 100 employers expected in Indianapolis for Collegiate Career Expo on Thursday, February 13, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern. The University of Evansville will provide bus transportation. There is a $10.00 deposit required that will be refundable upon attendance. Reserve your seat now.

Fair registration is through UE JobLink. Click the Jobs Tab -> CSM Jobs -> Posting #719891.

Find a list of registered employers here.

Need assistance with your job, internship, co-op or graduate school search? Please contact the Center for Career Development: or 812-488-1083.


Info You Should Know

* Writing Center Opens Wednesday, January 22

Please go to Acelink--Areas--Writing Center to make an appointment at the Writing Center. In addition to the new calendar, you'll find new links to supplementary help in all areas of academic writing. We hope to see you soon.

* Now Hiring Resident Assistants for 2014-2015

The Residence Life program is seeking students for Resident Assistant positions for the 2014-2015 school year! The Resident Assistant position offers excellent opportunities to gain work experience and transferable skills, get involved in the UE community, and make a difference on campus. It's an immersive leadership experience that can change your life! There are approximately 15 positions opening for next school year.

Applications are available in the Office of Residence Life and through any current staff member. Applications and recommendation forms are due to the Office of Residence Life by 5 pm on January 24.

An optional information session will be held January 21 at 9 pm in Room 71 in Schroeder Family School of Business Building for those with questions.

Faculty and staff, if you know any students who would be outstanding Resident Assistant candidates, please encourage them to apply!



* Dr. Gordon Publishes on Indiana Frog Invasion

Local Evansville naturalist Mike Lodato and Assistant professor of Biology Noah Gordon recently published a record in the peer reviewed journal Herpetological Review (Lodato and Gordon 2013, Hyla cinerea(green treefrog) Vol 44(4)620) documenting the range expansion of this frog into Spencer Co IN. Photographic and audio recordings documenting this invasion were accepted into the collection at the Illinois Natural History Museum. The green treefrog has only been documented in Indiana since 2003 when it likely crossed the Ohio from Kentucky.


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