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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

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* Do You Love to Sing? Join One of UE's Choirs!

Auditions for University Choir and voice part placements for Mixed Choir and Women’s Chorus will be held Wednesday August 26. Come to Fine Arts Room 104B to sign up for an audition time. Auditions take about ten minutes and you do not need to prepare any music in advance. Contact Director of Choral Activities Dr. Dennis Malfatti for more information: dm155@evansville.edu

Upcoming Events

* UE Theatre Announces Child Auditions for Big Fish

The University of Evansville of Evansville Department of Theatre is holding auditions, 7 p.m., Monday, August 31, for two males, between the ages of 8 and 13, for their upcoming musical production of Big Fish. Auditions will be held in the May Studio Theatre on the University of Evansville campus.

Actors should prepare any song of their choice, bring sheet music for live accompaniment, and be prepared to read from the script. Actors should be available for some evening rehearsals, beginning mid- October and all performances, November 13 through 22.

Big Fish, book by John August, music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa, is based on the novel Big Fish, by Daniel Wallace, and the Columbia Pictures Film. R. Scott Lank directs the production, with musical direction by Gregory B. Rike, and choreography by Ricki Newman. Set in the Deep South, this family-friendly, heart-warming, and fantastical musical is centered on Edward Bloom, a traveling salesman who possesses a strong desire to be a hero, both to himself and his son. His penchant for spinning tall tales and elaborate daydreams is solely to convince himself there is meaning and purpose to his ordinary life. This musical’s moving score honors the age-old art of storytelling by invoking the sense that imagination can transform even the humblest man’s life story into an unforgettable epic adventure.

To sign up for auditions, please call Sharla Cowden at 812.488.2747 or send an email to theatre@evansville.edu.

* UE Wind Ensemble Auditions

2015-2016 UE Wind Ensemble Auditions are planned for this week.

Woodwinds/Brass Audition
Thursday, August 27
3:00-10:00 pm
Room 103, Fine Arts Building

A sign-up sheet is available on the UE Bands bulletin board (across from FA 103)

Excerpts are available at: http://www.evansville.edu/majors/music/ensIntro.cfm

The audition will consist of prepared excerpts, scales, and sight-reading.

Please note: Wind Ensemble will not meet on Thursday, August 27, due to auditions.

First rehearsal will be Tuesday, September 1.

* Final UE Garden Farmers' Market

On Wednesday, August 26, from 8-10 a.m. Bill Hemminger will be present at the UE Garden (John Street behind the old Armory) in the company of large quantities of winter squash (butternut, spaghetti, kuri) for sale at 2/$1, a great deal. Also for sale are peppers, mostly mild, and basil. The weather should be accommodating, so please stop by. 

* Fall Health Screenings

Employee annual health screenings are September 15, 16, and 17 in Eykamp Hall in Ridgway University Center. Employees can only schedule their appointments for Health Screenings on Acelink. Schedule up to 2 appointments (employee+ spouse) when you sign in to AceLink. There is a recommendation for a 12 hour fast because triglycerides are included with the blood fat/cholesterol testing. However, please arrive with no less than an 8-hour fast. Hydration is important when fasting, water and black coffee are allowed prior to testing.

Questions? Email mw307@evansville.edu.
 

* Audition for the UE Symphony Orchestra!

Auditions for the University Symphony Orchestra will be held on Thursday, August 27, and Friday, August 28. Sign-up sheets for auditions are in the Krannert Fine Arts Building, on the orchestra's bulletin board across from Room 101. Audition information can be found at: http://www.evansville.edu/majors/music/ensIntro.cfm

Contact Director of Orchestras Jessica Morel if you have any questions. jm656@evansville.edu 

* Welcome (Back) From the UE Newman Club!

Welcome (back) to UE from the Newman Club, UE's Catholic campus ministry! We hope you will join us at our upcoming events as we kick off the new school year!

• Wednesday, August 26 – Newman Club Open House (4-6 pm at the Newman Center)

• Wednesday, August 26 - Evening Mass (9:30 pm in Neu Chapel)

The Newman Center, located across the street from campus at 1901 Lincoln Avenue (look for the big purple sign!), is open to all students, including those looking to celebrate their faith, learn more about it, serve others, and have fun.

Please contact our Campus Minister, Kristel Riffert, at (812) 760-8610 to learn more!

* Jazz Ensemble Auditions

Auditions for the UE Jazz Ensembles will take place on Wednesday August 26 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the Krannert Hall of Fine Arts. An audition sign-up sheet is posted on the door of Krannert Room 144. Jazz excerpts for each instrument are located at https://www.evansville.edu/majors/music/ensIntro.cfm.

You may contact Dr. Zifer at tz3 for any further information or clarification.

Come swing with us! 

* Mt. Dew Black Label Sampling

Pepsi Beverages Company is sponsoring a promotional sampling event on UE campus on Thursday, August 27, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. This is an opportunity to sample “Mt. Dew Black Label” that is only available on college and university campuses. What is Mt. Dew Black Label? It is a juicy dark berry punch crafted with herbal bitters and real sugar. It is described as having a mysterious and intense berry flavor. Be sure to try a sample on Thursday!

Thursday, August 27, 11:00 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Outside of Ridgway University Center near the Graves Hall bike rack
 

* Capture the Flag with Student Christian Fellowship

Everyone is welcome to join members of Student Christian Fellowship as we play Capture the Flag on Wednesday, September 2. Come out for a great time of fellowship on the Neu Chapel Lawn from 9:00 to 10:00 pm! 

Info You Should Know

* Student-Alumni Mentoring Program 2015-16

ATTENTION: juniors and seniors!

Would you like a mentor who is interested in you and your career path? Someone to talk with about your field of study;
Someone who understands the challenges that you face; Someone who can share their career path with you?

Make your connection with UE alumni and friends through the Student-Alumni Mentor Program.

If you are interested, please visit: https://www.evansville.edu/alumni/studentInfo.cfm

* Hale Hall Drive Changes Due to Library Renovation

Effective August 26 - and lasting until completion of the substantial renovation of 3rd and 4th floors of the Library - , the north side of the Hale Hall drive will be open ONLY to contractors. Students should use the south drive for access in and out of Hale Hall parking. 

* Fitness Center Fall Hours

The Fitness Center will start regular hours on Wednesday August 26.

Regular hours are:
Monday through Friday - 6:30 am-10:00 pm
Saturday - 11:30 am-5:30 pm
Sunday - 11:30 am-9:00 pm

Open Swim hours will be:
Monday through Friday - 11:00 am-1:00 pm and 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
Saturday - 3:00 pm-5:00 pm
Sunday - 3:00 pm-5:00 pm
 

* Intramural Referees and Scorekeepers needed!

Anyone interested in being an intramural referee or scorekeeper, please stop by the Fitness Center office. 

* New Faculty, Administrators and Staff

Todd Matteson is the new assistant professor in the Department of Art and an alum of the University of Evansville. He received his MFA in Ceramics from Kansas State University and comes to us from Lourdes University where he served as chair of the Art department.

Dr. Jessica Lofton is a new assistant professor of mechanical engineering. She earned her PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana and her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from UE.

Dr. Holly Carter is director of Harlaxton College Programs in International Programs. She comes to UE from St. Edward’s University where she was faculty associate and director of the office of International Education. Holly earned her degree from the University of North Texas.

Erin Cary is the graphic design specialist in Athletics. Erin is a University of Evansville graduate. This is her first full-time employment.

Jalen Chestnut is a new general maintenance worker in Physical Plant and currently a student at UE. He previously worked at Fred Myer Jewelers.

Curt Chumley is a new maintenance technician in Physical Plant. Before coming to work at UE, Curt was self-employed.

Donna Cobb is a new assistant professor of nursing. She earned her B.S. and M.S. in nursing from UE and is currently enrolled in the DNP program at USI.

Justin Coffey is the new residential coordinator for Moore Hall. Justin previously worked at Franklin College in Residence Life, Greek Life and Admissions. He also earned his BA degree in social studies education and history from Franklin. 

Amanda Cox is a new software support and training specialist in the Office of Technology Services. Amanda received her degree from Indiana University, and previously was employed at Blackboard.

Sara Davis is the new accounts payable clerk at the University of Evansville Bookstore. Before coming to UE, Sara worked at BK Flooring in Evansville.

Heather Fenton is a new professor of management in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration. She received her BBA and MBA at the University of North Florida and is expecting her PhD in business administration from Florida Atlantic University.

Allison Frazier is the new director of stewardship and special events in Development and Alumni Relations. She earned her degree from Indiana University, and previously worked at the Kelley School of Business - Indiana University.

Elaine Freels is a new clerk in Student Accounts. Elaine earned her degree from the University of Southern Indiana. She worked at Noah’s Ark Christian Pre-School before coming to UE.

Lennox Forrester is the new assistant men’s basketball coach. He earned his degree at the University of Evansville.

Jonathan Hart is a new assistant professor of athletic training.  He comes to UE from Boise State University where he was a graduate assistant and from Eastern Oregon University where he was an assistant athletic trainer. He is a PhD candidate.

Trisha Hawkes is the new administrative assistant in Financial Aid. Trisha received her degrees from Ohio State University, and Wright State. Before coming to UE, she was employed at Pediatric Dentistry of Newburgh, and the YMCA.

Mohammed Hejazi is a new visiting assistant professor of management. He is a PhD candidate and comes to UE from the University of Toledo where he was a teaching assistant.

Ian Henry is the new assistant coach for men’s soccer. He earned his degree from Missouri Baptist University. Ian worked at Drury University before coming to UE.

Kimberly Higgins is the new assistant to the dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science. She earned her BS in global leadership from UE. Kimberly comes back to UE from Olsen & White, LLP, where she was a legal administrator, and previously served as administrative assistant for UE’s Departments of Foreign Language, Philosophy and Religion and Archaeology and Art History

Emily Hilbert is the new benefits and accounting clerk in Fiscal Affairs. Before coming to the University, Emily worked at Wolverine World Wide in Richmond, Indiana.

Dr. George Iber is a new assistant professor of education.  He received his PhD from the University of Iowa. Before coming to UE, he was the TESOL program professor at the Nova Southeastern University Abraham S. Fischler School of Education Graduate Teacher Education Program.

Danial Johnson is our new external affairs intern in Athletics. He earned his degree from the University of Wisconsin. Before coming to UE, he worked in Athletics at the University of Wisconsin.

Dr. Su Jin Jeong is joining the faculty in Public Health. She received her BA, MA and PhD from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and was formerly a research associate with the Department of Health Behavior at the UAB School of Public Health and Children’s of Alabama.

Hannah Kowalski is a new maintenance technician in Physical Plant. Before she came to the University, she was employed at JoAnne's Fabrics Store.

Lori LeDuc is a new application specialist in the Office of Admissions. Lori was employed by Well’s Orthodontics before coming to work at the University.

Dr. Chul Lee is the new assistant vice president of Institutional Effectiveness. He earned his PhD in educational leadership and policy analysis from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Korea University, Seoul. He comes to UE from Elms College where he was director of Institutional Assessment and Research.

Erin Braun Lewis is the new program director to support the GAP program in the Institute for Global Enterprise. She has earned degrees from the University of Evansville and Indiana University. Most recently Erin worked as former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s director of outreach at iCivics.

Dr. Ling-Yin Liang is a new assistant professor of physical therapy. She earned her PhD from the University of Delaware, and her MSPT and BSPT at the National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. She comes to UE from the University of Delaware where she was a teaching assistant in the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology. 

Dr. Daniel Lin is a new visiting instructor of piano.  He recently earned his DM in piano performance from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, Bloomington, where he was an associate instructor at the Jacobs School of Music and piano instructor in the Young Pianist Program.

Jake Mahon is the new assistant baseball coach. He earned his degree from the University of Evansville, and this is his first full-time employment.

John D. Mason is the new senior business applications developer in the Office of Technology Services, and an alum of the University of Evansville. Before coming to work at UE, he was a math teacher at Reitz High School.

Yang Min has joined the Department of Foreign Languages as a visiting instructor in Chinese. Min comes to UE from Zhejiang University, Hangzhou China, and is a graduate of the same institution.

Dr. Jessica Morel is a new visiting assistant professor of music and director of Orchestral Activities. She earned her DMA from the University of North Texas and was formerly assistant conductor for the Lewisville Lake Symphony Orchestra in Lewisville, Texas.

Cheneta Morrison is the new assistant volleyball coach. She earned her degree from Virginia Commonwealth University, and was a graduate assistant at VCU in their volleyball program.

Doug Novsek makes his way to Evansville after coaching at the University of Nevada from 2006 through the 2014-15 campaign.  Since 2009, He has served as the associate head coach of the Wolfpack. Doug graduated from Southern Illinois in 1987.

Kevin Owens is a new groundskeeper in Physical Plant. Before coming to UE, he worked at Emerald City Lawn Care

Marshall Ray is now head coach for men’s soccer. Before taking this position, he was associate men’s soccer coach. Marshall is a graduate of the University of Evansville.

Viera Rajcan is the new graduate assistant for volleyball. A UE alum, Viera previously was employed at Sports Performance.

Jose Reyes is director of operations for volleyball. Jose is a graduate of the University of Puerto Rico. Before coming to UE, he was a video and statistics analyst for the professional league.

Shannon Richardson is the new lead of distribution services for Administrative Services. Shannon worked in the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, before coming to UE.

Lindsay Roberts is the new associate director for Adult Education. Lindsay earned her degree from Purdue University, and worked there before taking this position at UE.

Emily Fiedler is the new director for Employment Development in the Center for Career Development. She holds degrees from Butler University and St. Mary-of-the-Woods. Emily was previously employed as the sales coordinator at Peoples Furniture.

Joe Atkinson is the new Multimedia Specialist in Residence in the Department of Communication. He is a graduate of Ohio University and the University of Evansville. Joe previously worked in University Relations at UE and most recently has been working as a documentary film maker.

Dr. Rebekah Robinson is a new assistant professor of mathematics. She earned her PhD in applied and industrial mathematics at the University of Louisville, and comes from Humana where she worked as a metrician with the Clinical Intelligence and Analytics team.

Dr. Michael Roscoe has been named founding director, chair and associate professor of UE’s new Department of Physician Assistant Science Program. He earned his PhD in International Health Science from Trident University International in Cypress, California, and is the former assistant dean of Inter-Professional Education at Butler University. 

Dr. Brendan Rowley is a new visiting assistant professor of French. Brendan earned his PhD in French language and literature from Washington University. Before coming to UE, he was a French teacher at Atrisco Heritage Academic High School in Albuquerque.

Kiersten Saltwick is the counselor and communication specialist in International Admissions. Kiersten received her degree from the American University of Rome. This is her first full-time employment.

Dr. Peter L. Schmidt is joining the faculty of the Department of Mechanical and Civil Engineering. He earned the PhD at Vanderbilt University. Before coming to UE, he was an associate professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

Dr. Kathryn Schwartzkopf-Phifer has joined the Department of Physical Therapy as an assistant professor. She received her PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences from the University of Kentucky, College of Health Sciences and was formerly employed by ProRehab, PC.

Danielle Schuck is the athletic training intern in Athletics. She graduated from King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, PA with her bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training in 2014. Prior to arriving at UE, Schuck worked for ATI Physical Therapy as an Outreach Athletic Trainer in Pennsylvania and Delaware.

Stacey Shanks is a new admissions counselor in the Office of Admission. She is a graduate of the University of Southern Indiana. Before coming to UE, Stacey was a business consultant.

Robert Shelby joins the Department of Law, Politics and Society as a visiting assistant professor of Sociology. He is ABD and plans to receive his PhD from the University of Louisville, where he was an independent graduate teaching fellow/graduate teaching assistant.

Martha Stilwell is a new assistant professor of accounting in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration. She received her Master’s in professional accounting at the University of Texas at Austin and previously was an audit manager by BKD.

Kathy Taylor is a new administrative assistant in Development and Advancement Services. A UE graduate, Kathy worked at Ivy Tech Community College before coming to work at the University.

Sarah Tuohy is a new external affairs intern in Athletics.  She received her degree from Southern Methodist University. Before coming to UE, Sarah was a sales coordinator at Learfield Sports for Mustang Sports Properties.

Dr. Bhargavi Bandi is a new enrollment technology specialist in the Office of Admission. She is a graduate of Indiana State University, and was employed there before coming to UE.

Quinn Vilneff is a new graduate assistant in the golf program. Quinn is a graduate of the University of Evansville.

Terry Voges is a new enrollment technology specialist in Administrative Services. She earned her degrees from Western Kentucky University and the University of Southern Indiana. Before coming to UE, Terry worked at Springleaf Financial.

Abbey Weintraut is a new admissions counselor in the Office of Admission. She is a graduate of the University of Evansville. She was previously employed as a manager at Kohl's.

Tyler White is a new development officer in Development and Alumni Relations. Tyler is a graduate of UE, and was previously employed at the United Methodist Youth Home/Acorns, in Evansville.

Emily Wilderman is the new assistant to the vice president of Enrollment Services. Emily has a degree from Indiana University. Before coming to UE, she was employed at Thyme in the Kitchen.

Jayson Wiseman is new head coach for women’s tennis. Jayson has a degree from Ferris State, and was previously employed at Wright State University

Jessica Wray is a new admissions counselor in the Office of Admission. She earned her degree from Franklin College. Before coming to UE, Jessica was employed at the Evansville Courier & Press.

Camille Williams is the new records and registration coordinator in the Registrar’s Office. She graduated from Murray State, and comes to the University from Life Touch Studios.

Dr. Pengcheng Xiao joins us as a visiting assistant professor of mathematics. He earned his PhD from the University of Texas at Arlington. He was a STEM teaching fellow for the past four years.

* UE Bookstore Introducing RedShelf

The UE Bookstore is now offering eBook versions of textbooks through RedShelf for students interested in eBook formats. Titles with eBook versions are indicated in the store and can be searched on the Bookstore website as well. However, if you purchase your eBook in the store you can charge it to your student account just like any other textbook. Full download instructions will be given to you as well. eBook purchases through our website link are made directing to RedShelf and cannot be put on your student account. 

If you have any questions please ask store staff. The Bookstore now offers new, used, rental and eBook versions of textbooks to assist all student needs. 

* Discounted Parking Permits for UE License Plate Holders

Students, faculty, administrators, and staff who sport the UE State of Indiana license plate in 2015 (new and renewal plates) will receive a $25 discount off the UE parking permit fee for 2015-16. The registration process for the plates is now handled through the state. If you want to purchase or renew a UE plate, visit www.in.gov/bmv/2744.htm. If you already have your 2015 UE plate, bring your State of Indiana vehicle registration to the Office of Safety and Security when you purchase your parking permit for the new academic year. If you have not registered your vehicle yet, you will need to pay the full parking permit fee and then bring your registration to the Office of Safety and Security to get a credit for $25. If you have any questions, contact alumni@evansville.edu. 

* Campus Now Tobacco-Free

In support of the health and well-being of the campus community, the University is now Tobacco-Free. New this Fall, the use of all tobacco products and electronic smoking devices (e-cigarettes) are now prohibited at school sanctioned and/or sponsored activities or functions on campus.

The use of these products and devices is also prohibited in all University buildings, residential housing, approved University housing, rental properties, grounds, athletic facilities, parking lots, University-owned or leased vehicles, and privately owned vehicles on University grounds.

A full description on this policy and available resources can be found here: https://www.evansville.edu/tobaccofree/

Congratulations

* London Times to Feature UE Professor's Art Textbook

A soon-to-be-released art textbook by a UE faculty member is getting media attention in the UK. Rachel Campbell-Johnston has been commissioned to write a feature piece for the Friday, September 4th London Times visual arts page on The Thames & Hudson Introduction to Art by Debra DeWitte, Ralph Larmann (UE professor of art), and Kathryn Shields. In addition, Home & Antiques are reviewing it in their October issue and The RA Magazine is planning a review for their Christmas issue.

International release of this text will take place on September 21, when it will be available everywhere outside the U.S. This text has been adopted by and recommended for preparation for the Art and Design Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations (OCR). The OCR is one of the five main examination boards used to measure qualifications for awards and achievement in subject areas in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

Larmann is currently on sabbatical working on a new text for Thames & Hudson.

* School of Business Students Spend Week with Top Executives at Farm Credit Mid-America

The Institute of Banking and Finance (IBF) at the Schroeder School of Business has launched a new fellowship program in cooperation with Farm Credit Mid-America, an agricultural lending cooperative and one of the largest associations within the Farm Credit System. Four students from the Schroeder School of Business visited FCMA's headquarter in Louisville as well as three regional offices in Jasper, Owensboro, and Evansville. Under close supervision of Dr. Yasser Alhenawi, students were given the opportunity to discover the world of agricultural lending and administer tools from their courses in a real world environment, helping them to gain experience for their future.

Top executives from Farm Credit Mid-America, including CEO Bill Johnson, who is a UE alum, introduced students to agro-banking and taught them how to maintain an impressive work atmosphere while also improving customer relations and profits for the company.

"We had a wonderful week networking with executives and learning so much about business in agriculture. We left as four business students with no knowledge of agricultural lending, and returned as great friends with a lot of real world experience! We were able to put a lot of what we learned in class to use, and loved the work atmosphere this company maintains. We thank the Institute of Banking and Finance, Dr. Alhenawi, and Dr. Rawski for this great opportunity!"
 

* Lisa Kretz Asked To Contribute to Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Policy

Professor Lisa Kretz was asked to contribute to the Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Policy on the topic of the "Cost of Ethics." This Springer Major Reference Work will be published in both print and online. 

* Mohammad K. Azarian Selected as a Peer Reviewer for the Fulbright Scholar Program

Professor of Mathematics Mohammad K. Azarian is one of seven mathematicians in the United States who has been selected to be a discipline peer reviewer for the Fulbright Scholar Program. The Fulbright Scholar Program is sponsored by the United States Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Prospective peer reviewers are identified based on recommendations by the Institute of International Education's Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) Advisory Board members, CIES staff, and bi-national Fulbright Commissions. Peer reviewers are appointed by the CIES on the authority of the Conference Board of Associated Research Councils. The final selection of a candidate for a Fulbright Scholarship is made by a 12-member Board appointed by the President of the United States, and the U.S. Department of State confirms the availability of funding. 

Sympathy to...

* Family of Janice Elliott

Janice Elliott, former employee at the University of Evansville Fitness Center, died August 20. She was 71.

Besides UE, Janice had also worked at the Vanderburgh County Assessor's office.

Her parents were Edward and Lola (Carnahan) Martin. She is survived by children, Diana (Bill) Eblen, Keith (Christina) Lindauer and SueAnn (David) Thurman; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three sisters; one brother.

There will be a private service at her home. Condolences can be made at: www.sunsetevansville.com

Athletics

* Aces Softball Announces Fall Schedule

In their tune-up for the spring season, the University of Evansville softball team will play on five dates in September. All games are open to the public.

The first date is Saturday, September 12 when the Purple Aces host Wabash Valley for a doubleheader. The first game is slated to begin at noon with the second coming at 2 p.m. Eight days later, Evansville will head to Grand Park in Westfield, Ind. for a pair of games against Division I foes. UE will take on IUPUI at 1 p.m. ET on Sept. 20 before facing Miami Ohio at 3 p.m. ET.

Evansville is back home the next weekend and will be playing each day from Sept. 25-27. On Friday, Sept. 27, the Aces take on crosstown rival USI at 7 p.m. in a single game. At noon on the 28th, the team will host an Alumni Game. The final tilt of the fall will be held on Sunday as Evansville takes on Olney Central in a doubleheader. Game one will begin at noon with the second being held at 2 p.m.

For all of the latest information on University of Evansville softball, log on to the sport page on GoPurpleAces.com or follow the program on Twitter via @UEAthletics_SB. For information on giving to UE Athletics or its individual athletics programs, visit the DONATE tab on the top of GoPurpleAces.com. To purchase tickets for University of Evansville athletics events, log on to GoPurpleAces.com and click on the TICKETS tab on top of the page.

2015 Fall Schedule:
9/12 – vs. Wabash Valley (DH) – 12/2 p.m.
9/20 – vs. IUPUI – 1 p.m. ET (Westfield, Ind.)
9/20 – vs. Miami Ohio – 3 p.m. ET (Westfield, Ind.)
9/25 – vs. USI – 7 p.m.
9/26 – Alumni Game – 12 p.m.
9/27 – vs. Olney Central (DH) – 12/2 p.m.

* College Night at Evansville Otters Game

The Evansville Otters, frontier league baseball team has TWO college night promotions. On Wednesday and Thursday FREE admission with UE ID.

The UE Graduates of the Last Decade group is hosting a UE Night on Thursday, August 27th and all UE students are welcome to sit in the UE section along the 1st base side (look for purple balloons) and network with recent graduates.

For questions contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at alumni@evansville.edu. 

* UE Men's and Women’s Soccer Teams Announce Promotional Schedule

The University of Evansville athletics department is proud to announce the 2015 men’s and women’s soccer promotional schedule.

The women’s soccer team has a special Field of Dreams Uganda Fundraiser on Sunday, Aug. 30 as the Purple Aces will be collecting donations for their trip to Uganda. The match against Miami (Ohio) will begin at 1:00 p.m. CDT.

Both soccer teams will host a Military Appreciation Night this season. The men’s game will be held on Friday, Sept. 4 against Air Force with a 7:30 p.m. start time. The women’s Military Appreciation Night / Wounded Warrior game will be played on Friday, Sept. 11 against Belmont at 7:00 p.m. All military, current or retired, with a valid ID will receive a free ticket plus a free guest ticket as well. Family members of the military will also be able to receive a discounted $5 ticket.

Homecoming will occur on Saturday, Sept. 26 as part of a doubleheader. The women’s team hosts Loyola in a Missouri Valley Conference matchup starting at 3:00 p.m. The Aces will also be holding their Multiple Sclerosis Night and wearing orange to support the cause. After the conclusion of the women’s game, the men’s team will host Drake in MVC action at 6:00 p.m.

The women’s soccer team will also play Drake with Senior Night festivities on Saturday, October 10. The match is scheduled for 6:00 p.m.

October 24 marks Indiana Youth Soccer Night for the men’s team. Any kid wearing their youth soccer jersey will receive free admission to the Saturday night 7:00 p.m. conference match with Missouri State.

The men’s team also ends the season with Senior Day on Tuesday, Nov. 3 when Northern Kentucky visits for a 7:00 p.m. game.

For all of the latest information on University of Evansville soccer, log on to the sport page on GoPurpleAces.com or follow the programs on Twitter via @UEAthleticsMSOC or @UEAthleticsWSOC. For information on giving to UE Athletics or its individual athletics programs, visit the DONATE tab on the top of GoPurpleAces.com. To purchase tickets for University of Evansville athletics events, log on to GoPurpleAces.com and click on the TICKETS tab on top of the page.
 

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