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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

* Date Change for Yearbook Graduate Pictures

Because of the date change to the Snyder Lecture Series, the LinC yearbook has been bumped from its spot in Eykamp Hall 253 in Ridgway University Center for graduate portraits on Tuesday, Oct. 21.

Portraits will now be taken from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 23 in addition to Monday, Oct. 20 and Wednesday, Oct. 22.

Call Student Publications at (812) 488–2846 or visit the office in Ridgway University Center, second floor, behind WUEV, to make your appointment today.

You may also stop at the LinC table in Ridgway University Center lobby from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Oct. 15–16 to make an appointment.

Graduate and senior portraits are FREE, so why not be a part of the 2015 LinC yearbook! 

Upcoming Events

* Creative Writing Melvin M. Peterson Literary Hour

Ben H. Winters is, one of two authors appearing this month at the Creative Writing Coffee Hour. Winters will be reading on Thursday, October 16 at 4:00 p.m. in the Melvin Peterson Gallery.

Winters is the author of seven novels, including most recently Countdown City (Quirk), an NPR Best Book of 2013, and a nominee for the Philip K. Dick Award. Countdown City is the sequel to The Last Policeman, which was the recipient of the 2012 Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America; it was also named one of the Best Books of 2012 by Amazon.com and Slate. World of Trouble, the third in the Last Policeman Trilogy, is forthcoming in 2014, and his various works for the theatre include the “jukebox musical” Breaking Up Is Hard to Do, which is produced frequently at venues across the country.

A graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Ben lives in Indianapolis and teaches at Butler University.
 

* Health Careers Fair next Tuesday

Nearly 50 employers are registered for Health Careers Fair 2014. Come to the Student Fitness Center next Tuesday, October 21 from 11 am to 2 pm to meet employers who are interested in you! All students, freshmen through seniors, who are considering a health-related career should attend. See registered employers in JobLink (https://evansville-csm.symplicity.com/). Also, pre-register for the event in JobLink to allow employers to view your resume early! 

* AWARE Call Out Meeting

If you are interested in spreading awareness and support for individuals with disabilities come to the AWARE call out meeting. AWARE stands for Aces Working for Awareness and Rights for Everyone. The meeting will take place Wednesday, October 15, at 6 pm in Hyde Hall 120. 

* David Cunningham Exhibits Photorealistic Painting in Melvin Peterson Gallery

David Cunningham is exhibiting photo realistic paintings at the Melvin Peterson Gallery from October 15 through October 31. This exhibit and lectures are sponsored by the Efroymson family fund. David will present two lectures during the exhibit. His campus and community lecture will be October 21 at 7 p.m., and his student lecture and demonstration will be October 22 at 10 a.m.

 

* Reception for Gary Rigley

The Office of Admission would like to invite members of the campus community to a reception to thank Gary Rigley, associate director of Admission, for 14 years of service. The event will be Wednesday, October 15 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. in the Class of '59 Gallery in Ridgway University Center. Gary has been a valued member of the UE family and will truly be missed. He has touched the lives of countless families, employees, and friends. Gary has accepted a position at the University of Notre Dame in the Financial Aid Office. Please come out and help us thank Gary for his service to the University of Evansville and wish him well. 

Congratulations

* David Unger Publishes a Technical Paper on Fracture Mechanics

David Unger has published a technical paper on fracture mechanics in the Journal of Elasticity, Vol. 117, No.2, pp. 139-161(2014).  The title of the paper is "Contact Transform for the Biharmonic Equation Applicable to Plane Stress Elastoplastic Elliptical Hole Problems," 

Athletics

* Men's Soccer Welcomes UK on Wednesday

The University of Evansville men’s soccer team (4-6-1) is back at home on Wednesday to host the University of Kentucky Wildcats in a non-conference game at Black Beauty Field. The match will be held at Arad McCutchan Stadium and is set to begin at 7:30 p.m.

UE won their last match 2-1 at the Bradley Braves on Saturday, October 11. Evansville went ahead 1-0 on a goal from junior midfielder Mark Anthony Gonzalez. On a counter attack, senior goalkeeper Eric Teppen and senior forward Dylan Terry were able to find Gonzalez cutting through the middle for the run and score. The goal for Gonzalez was his fourth of the season. Evansville maintained the 1-0 edge until halftime before adding another goal in the 60th minute. The Aces built another attack on the left flank to freshman midfielder Ian McGrath for his first goal of the year. Terry assisted both goals. Down 2-0, Bradley answered with a Cody Lofgren goal in the 75th minute but the UE defense held on late for the one goal win.

Senior defender Patrick Hodges was named Missouri Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Monday. He played a pivotal role in the Aces 2-1 win at Bradley on Sunday, UE’s first win at Shea Stadium since 2009. Hodges played all 90 minutes for the Aces, protecting the Evansville lead and earning UE their second consecutive win.

Senior defender Charlie Macias has a team-best five goals this season for the Purple Aces. Gonzalez has also tallied four goals this year as both junior midfielder Faik Hajderovic and senior forward Nick Schroeder have each recorded two goals this fall.

Teppen has recorded 52 saves for UE this season and has a .765 saves percentage. He has played in all 11 of the Aces matches this year and holds a 1.45 goals against average.

As a team, Evansville is averaging 11.6 shots and 1.55 goals per match. The Purple Aces have also taken 42 corner kicks this season.

Kentucky (6-3-3) has won back to back matches including a 2-0 victory over Marshall on Sunday, October 12. Sophomore midfielder Napo Matsoso and redshirt sophomore Jason Pitts both notched goals in the win. Junior goalkeeper Callum Irving made two saves in the match to post another shutout.

The Wildcats have only scored 11 goals this season and three have come from senior forward Justin Laird. UK also has two goals from junior midfielder Bryan Celis.

Laird leads Kentucky with 30 shots this season and 13 on goal. Sophomore defender Charlie Reymann has a team-best three assists.

Irving has played every minute in net this season for the Wildcats. He has eight shutouts and has yielded just five goals this fall. Irving has a 6-3-2 record, a .881 saves percentage and a 0.40 goals against average.

UK is averaging 0.92 goals and 10.7 shots per game. They have attempted 58 corners compared to 51 for their opponents.

The Purple Aces and Wildcats are 5-5 in the all-time series against each other. Evansville won the last matchup on October 8, 2013, a 2-1 road victory against Kentucky.
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