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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Upcoming Events

* Volunteer for Meet and Greet Team!

It is nearly time for the new class of UE students to arrive. We want to welcome the new students to the UE campus the best way possible. If you are faculty or staff, you can help with that by being a member of the Meet and Greet Team. (The student portionof this event is already over.) This group of volunteers will be needed during three shifts on Saturday, Aug. 20. The role of a greeter is to direct new students and families around campus, especially as they move in to the Residence Halls. This process helps the Move In process run smoothly and is a huge help to our students and their families. If you would like to help please email Geoff Edwards at ge21@evansville.edu and reply as to which time you would like to work. The shifts are:8 a.m.-10 a.m.;10 a.m.-noon; and noon-2 p.m.
 

* Connect for a Cause Next Week

Connect for a Cause – the professional speed networking event - is less than two weeks away. Students, you can link your job search and support a local nonprofit organization. Meet employers, make contacts and learn about networking from Bob Jones, president and chief executive officer of Old National Bank.

Connect for a Cause takes place Aug. 4 from 6-8 p.m. in Eykamp 251, Ridgway University Center. Entry requires one canned food item for later donation to the Evansville Christian Life Center. There are door prizes and refreshments.

Please RSVP to UEnetworking@gmail.com. More information may be found on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_108030635954195&ref=ts#!/event.php?eid=215636361792083

The 2011 Organizational Leadership Cohort and UE Career Services sponsor this annual event, which is the summer practicum project for the cohort, providing students with the opportunity to put their education to work in support of the Evansville community.
 

Info You Should Know

* Olmsted Hall First Floor Women's Restroom Closed July 28-Aug.19

The women’s restroom on the first floor of Olmsted Hall will be closed for renovation during the period of July 28-Aug. 19.

 

* Fitness Center Closed Monday

The Fitness Center will be closed  Monday, Aug.1 through Friday, Aug. 5 for refinishing of the gym floors. It will reopen Monday, Aug. 8 at 8 a.m.

 

Congratulations

* Tamara Gieselman

University Chaplain, Tammy Gieselman, was invited by the Academy of Preachers to serve as a preaching coach for the Festival of Young Preachers leadership team in Louisville, Ky. last week. Throughout the week, Gieselman, along with three other coaches, listened to and critiqued over 50 sermons. The preaching camp is designed to provide an opportunity for young people between the ages of 18-28 an opportunity to develop their skills in the discipline of homiletics and in ecclesial leadership.
The Academy of Preachers is an ecumenical initiative launched through a generous grant from the Lilly Endowment and energized by the conviction that preaching is a vocation of public and social significance, a calling worthy of our very best and brightest young people. The Academy of Preachers is a trans-denominational organization whose mission is to Identify, Network, Inspire and Support young people who sense God’s leading into a vocation of enormous social significance, preaching.
 

* R.Scott Lank

R. Scott Lank, professor of theatre, recently returned from New York City and The Actors Center. Lank was one of four university acting instructors chosen nationally. The Actors Center dedicates itself to the development of national Master Teachers of Acting and professonal actor training. During June, he worked with Master Teachers from Yale, New York University, and Juilliard as well as professional actors from New York and Los Angeles.

 

* New Granddaughter for Terri Ames

Terri Ames, senior Administrative associate for Academic Affairs has a new granddaughter. Austin Teresa Clark was born on July 19 weighing in at seven pounds, 14 ounces. The proud parents are Katy and Cory Clark of Indianapolis.

Athletics

* Eric Stamets Named Cape Cod League All Star

University of Evansville baseball player Eric Stamets has been chosen to play in the 49th annual Cape Cod League All-Star game on Friday at Fenway Park. Stamets, who is the Hyannis Harbor Hawks’ starting shortstop, will represent the West Division.

Currently leading the team offensively with a .304 batting average, 42 hits in 138 at-bats, and 20 runs scored in the wooden-bat league, the native of Dublin, Ohio has also recorded a team-high 11 stolen bases. Defensively, Stamets leads all shortstops in the league in putouts (56) and assists (100).

Stamets has helped put Hyannis in first place in the five-team Western Division with a 25-12 record.

For the first time, Comcast SportsNet New England will televise the CCBL All-Star Game from Fenway Park in Boston. The telecast will also be carried on Comcast SportsNet Chicago, Comcast SportsNet California, Comcast SportsNet MidAtlantic, The Mtn and CSS, reaching an estimated 34 million homes. Eric Frede and Lou Merloni return to handle play-by-play and analyst duties. Air time will be 7 p.m. with first pitch set for 7:07.

The CCBL All-star Game will be also be broadcast on WCAI, the Cape and Islands NPR station, with former major league announcer Jerry Trupiano and John Garner of the CCBL providing commentary.
 

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