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Thursday, September 4, 2014

What's Happening Today

* Sign-ups for Sky Zone Freshman Event

Sign up for the Sky Zone Freshman event in the Lobby of Ridgway University Center on Thursday,September 4 from 11 a.m.-1 pm. Space is limited so sign up ASAP. This event is FREE 

Upcoming Events

* "Forgiveness" in University Worship this Sunday, Neu Chapel

Tired of seeing only the bad news in your news feed? Join us in Neu Chapel this Sunday for some Good News and a message that speaks about "Forgiveness." All are welcome! The service starts at 10:30 AM. Donut Bank donut balls and coffee are available at 10:00 AM and following the service. 

* Sorority Recruitment 2014!

Formal Sorority Recruitment is coming up next week! All women interested in participating must be registered and paid by Sunday, September 7,  at 5 pm. You can register online at http://www.evansville.edu/studentengagement/recruitment.cfm

Additionally, we invite all women to Panhellenic Preview Day on Saturday, September 6, 2014 from 10am to 12pm at the Panhellenic Center located at 2032 Lincoln Ave. This is an open house event that allows you to meet sorority women and see the sorority suites before formal recruitment begins. We encourage you to come for as long as you like and to visit all four chapters. In addition, our local sorority, Delta Omega Zeta will also be open for you to visit and learn more about them. Their house is located at 532 S. Weinbach Ave. We encourage you to bring a friend, all women are welcome!
 

* Family Weekend 2014!

Encourage your family to attend the Family Weekend festivities! Register by September 14 and your parents could win a FREE night’s stay at a local hotel. The 46th annual Family Weekend will be held from September 26-28! All UE Families can register online at www.uealumnionline.com/familyweekend14 , by phone at 812-488-2586, or by mail with the registration form in the latest Parents Connections newsletter. Students may check in for their parents on 9/26 or 9/27, when they arive on campus. Click here to see the schedule of events. (link to http://www.evansville.edu/parents/familyWeekendSchedule.cfm

* Free Tickets to Cedarhurst Art and Crafts Fair

The UE Friends of Art and the Department of Art would like to offer to all faculty, staff and students a chance to enjoy Cedarhurst Art and Craft Fair on Saturday, September 6.

Cedarhurst Art and Craft Fair is located in Mt. Vernon, Illinois, approximately an hour south west of Evansville. 

• The Fair has over 130 artists featuring glass, ceramics, jewelry, fiber, wood, basketry, leather, two-dimensional art and much more.
• Several artists will demonstrate painting, fiber arts, spinning, clay and woodworking.
• There will be entertainment on site by national and regional bands.
• Local civic groups will provide food at a variety of booths
• Mitchell Museum of Contemporary Art on the grounds of Cedarhurst will also be open for the day.

Tickets will be given away on a first come first served basis.  Tickets can be picked up in the Department of Art office, FA 212, between 8:00 and 3:00 p.m. now through Friday, September 5.

To learn more about the Fair, go to http://www.cedarhurst.org/index.php?page=craft-fair 

* Trebles Without A Cause Auditions - Sunday, September 7

The University of Evansville's all male a cappella is seeking all men who love to sing, to audition in Krannert Hall 2nd floor on Sunday, September 7 at 5:30 pm. The Trebles cover classic and popular music from all genres and have fun in the process. Please email jl227 to RSVP for auditions. See you there!

Check us out on youtube:https://www.youtube.com/user/TreblesWithoutACause

* Win a Copy of Ido Leffler's Book "Get Big Fast and Do More Good" at Institute Speaker Series Student Forum

Ido LefflerCome learn how one man achieved success while making a positive impact on the world! Ido Leffler will present a student forum on Wednesday, September 10 from 3:00 – 3:50 p.m.in Eykamp 252 in Ridgway University Center. Audience members can register to win one of several copies of Ido’s book “Get Big Fast and Do More Good,” which will be given away as door prizes!  

Ido’s humor and straight- forward advice on entrepreneurship and social responsibility will appeal to students of all majors. This event is free and to open to everyone. It is an approved ACES Passport Event. Please RSVP to http://tinyurl.com/IdoLeffler.

The Institute for Global Enterprise in Indiana is pleased to bring Mr. Ido Leffler to UE as our next Institute Speaker Series guest. Ido is Co-founder and “Chief Carrot Lover” of San Francisco-based Yes To Inc. (the makers of Yes To Carrots, Yes To Cucumbers, Yes To Tomatoes, Yes To Blueberries, and Yes To Grapefruit). Yes To is the #2 natural beauty brand in the USA with distribution in over 25,000 stores including Target, Wal-Mart, Walgreens, CVS, and Ulta, among others.

Ido is also Co-founder and CEO of Yoobi, a fun school supply company that engages kids though bright colors, cool designs, and most importantly, cause. For every Yoobi item purchased, Yoobi distributes an item to a classroom in need in the USA. By 2015, Yoobi aims to impact more than 30,000 classrooms, with the goal of changing the lives of over 750,000 kids.

Ido sits on numerous corporate boards including the United Nations Foundation Global Entrepreneur Council, which aims to bring entrepreneurship and innovation to the United Nations. He co-authored the book “Get Big Fast and Do More Good,” which was published in November 2013 and has received accolades from TIME, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and SUCCESS Magazine, among others. “Get Big Fast and Do More Good” was named one of the top 5 business books of 2014 by 1800CEOREADS.com.

For more information, visit www.globalindiana.com or call 488-2455.

The Institute Speaker Series is supported by the Institute for Global Enterprise in Indiana, funded by a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc.
 

* Join Movie Critic Club!

If you like drama, action, chills, adventure, and more, join Movie Critic Club! Check out our booth on September 5 at the Labor Day Fair! 

Info You Should Know

* Neu Chapel Worship Band Forming! Interested?

Want to provide leadership in campus worship? Do you play guitar? Sing? Drums? Bass? You’re invited to audition for a new initiative in Neu Chapel, the Neu Chapel Worship Band. Non-music majors are encouraged to get involved and bring a new song to the Lord! Email University Chaplain Tammy Gieselman for more information: tg85@evansville.edu. 

* Join the Office Staff Association!

Now is the time to join OSA, an organization for the support staff at the University of Evansville. Membership dues are only $8.00! All proceeds from membership go to the OSA scholarship fund for UE students. Please send your dues to Donna Schmitt. Come join in the fun with your colleagues! The first meeting is set for Wednesday, September 10 and will feature Tracy Zeller as the guest speaker. Don't miss it! 

* Gifts from Vectren and Alcoa for UE Greenhouse

The Office of Development is pleased to announce that the Alcoa Foundation and the Vectren Foundation will be providing funding to support the current greenhouse project. Vectren has committed to $50,000 while Alcoa has agreed to $40,000.
This is very exciting news in that these two gifts complete fundraising for the project with a total of $701,000 being raised from alumni, friends, and now local corporate foundations. The lead gift for the project was provided by Sharon and Burkley McCarthy. Sharon and Burke were inducted as honorary members of the UE Alumni Association in 2004. Sharon serves as a member of the UE Board of Trustees. If you see them, please thank the McCarthy’s for their generous support of UE and our sciences.

* Wall Street Journal Subscriptions Available in Bookstore

The UE Bookstore now have available in the store 15 week online subscriptions to the Wall Street Journal. The cost is $15.00 for a 15 week subscription. That's a dollar a week. Stop by the Bookstore to purchase one. 

* More Beverage Vending Selections are Here!

You may have noticed that the variety of beverages available in the vending machines around campus has increased. With the variety of beverages ranging from water, sodas, sport drinks to energy drinks and more comes a variety of prices. To quickly locate the price of a vending beverage, push the selection button and check the display for the price before you put any money into a vending machine. Enjoy! 

Congratulations

* Biology Professor Publishes Article

Professor of Biology Dale Edwards, Brian Ernsting, and two biology research students, Taylor Timbrook and Margaret Frerichs, published an article "Preliminary evidence of cryptic species among host-associated populations of Unionicola hoesei (Acari: Unionicolidae)" in the International Journal of Acarology. The results of this study are part of a much larger research program characterizing cryptic biodiversity among unionicolid mussel-mites. 

* Maass Presents at American Political Science Association Annual Meeting

Richard W. Maass, assistant professor of political science, presented a chapter of his book project at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association on Friday, August 29, in Washington, DC. Professor Maass' paper, "'Beasts of Prey': American Annexationism and Native American Lands," examines the evolution of U.S. Native American policies from assimilation to exclusion in the aftermath of the annexations of Transappalachia and Louisiana. 

* Dr. Kimberling Presents Research

Clark Kimberling, Professor of Mathematics, presented a research paper, "The Infinite Fibonacci Tree and Other Trees Generated by Rules," at the Sixteenth International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and Their Applications, at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York, July 22. The paper, co-authored with English engineer Peter J. C. Moses, will be published in the Proceedings of the conference. The infinite Fibonacci tree is described in the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (https://oeis.org/A226080), which includes a guide to related sequences published in the encyclopedia during Dr. Kimberling's research. At the conference, Dr. Kimberling also led the Problem Session, in which unsolved problems were presented and discussed; Dr. Kimberling is editing these problems for a chapter in the Proceedings, as he has for the past four international conferences of the Fibonacci Association (http://www.mscs.dal.ca/fibonacci/). 

Harlaxton Happenings

* Scholarly and Professional Activities from the Faculty of Harlaxton College

Dr. Edward Bujak, Senior Lecturer in History and British Studies at Harlaxton College, will present a paper entitled “Storytelling and Memory in Teaching World War One in US/UK Study Abroad” at the Story of Memory Conference at the University of Roehampton in London on September 4th.

Bujak will also be featured guest speaker on September 8th on the BBC Radio 4 series “ What’s the Point…?”  He will be discussing Royal Warrants issued by the Queen, Prince Philip, and the Prince of Wales to businesses in the UK.  Royal Warrants are special appointments issued exclusively to businesses who supply goods or services to the royal court.
 

Athletics

* UE Women's Soccer Earns Two Weekly Awards

With a pair of weekend wins under their belts, the University of Evansville women’s soccer team added a pair of Missouri Valley Conference Weekly Awards to the list as the squad stands at 3-1 following two weeks of action.

Last week, the Purple Aces earned a 2-0 win over Bowling Green before finishing with a 1-0 decision over Eastern Kentucky. Following the shutout wins, UE was honored by the MVC as Tatiana Pagan was named the Defensive Player of the Week while Simone Busby garnered Goalkeeper of the Week honors.

Tatiana Pagan pushed forward from her defensive position to score the game-winning goal for Evansville in Friday night’s win vs. Bowling Green, as the senior back delivered a low, driving shot inside the far post from 20 yards out after receiving a short corner kick service. In addition, Pagan helped the Purple Aces’ defense post a pair of shutouts and limit opponents to a combined three shots on goal this weekend.

Simone Busby was part of both shutouts for Evansville this weekend, as she posted a solo shutout in Sunday’s win over Eastern Kentucky and played all but nine minutes between the posts in Friday’s blanking of Bowling Green. Busby made three saves in her 170 minutes of action on the week to lower her goals against average to 1.14 this season.

The women are in action tonight as they travel to Martin, Tenn. to take on UT-Martin at 6 p.m. The ladies open the weekend on Friday evening with a 5 p.m. home tilt versus Butler.

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