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Thursday, October 1, 2015

* United Way Early Bird Winner!

We’re excited to announce that Bob Wright in the Intensive English Center won the iPad in the Early Bird drawing. Congratulations!

It’s not too late to turn in your United Way Pledge Card for a chance to win other prizes!

Deadline: October 7 at 5:00 p.m.

Turn in your pledge form by the end of the day Friday be eligible to win prizes - including days off of work! Other prizes include men’s and women’s basketball tickets, theatre tickets, gift baskets and more! Please read the information in your packet and if you have any questions, feel free to contact Office of Human Resources at ext. 2943.

“A community is, in many ways, only as strong as its commitment to the welfare of all of its citizens. Even as we recognize the importance of such a commitment, we often are at a loss as to how we can make a real difference in the lives of our fellow citizens – especially those who are experiencing difficulties due to joblessness, health issues, or other challenges. My experience in Evansville and in other communities in which I’ve lived is that the United Way is a terrific way to have a meaningful impact on those most in need. Sharon and I have had the good fortune to meet many of the people at the organizations supported by the United Way, and I leave those meetings feeling deeply moved. Without the United Way, it is clear to me that Evansville would be a diminished community.”

Tom Kazee, President, University of Evansville


What's Happening Today

* Venturing Crew Fall Break and Membership Registration

Venturing Crew will be taking a sailing trip on Kentucky Lake over fall break. The officers will have a table set up in Ridgway on Thursday, October 1 from 12:00 -2:00 pm and from 5:00 - 7:00 pm and again on Friday, October 2, from 11:00 - 2:00 pm. This trip is for members only, so if you are not currently a member, you can register to become a member at the table as well. If you are a lifeguard, subsidization is possible if you serve as a lifeguard for the trip. 

* Race Relations Discussion Panel TONIGHT!

There will be a panel discussion tonight at 7 p.m., in Room 170, Schroeder School of Business Building, on the topic of "Consequences of Racial Bias Within the Justice System for Individuals and Communities." The event will be co-hosted by Psychology Club and the Black Student Union. Panel members include Davies Bellamy, UE associate professor of education; Kevin Gray, UE associate professor of sociology; Robert Shelby, UE visiting assistant professor of sociology; Margaret Stevenson, UE associate professor of psychology; LaNeeca Williams, UE diversity and equity officer; and members of UE’s Black Student Union

This event is free and open to the public: so bring your friends! UE students and community members are encouraged to attend.


* UE Theatre Opens 2015–2016 Season with The Royal Society of Antarctica

The University of Evansville announces a dynamic start to its 2015–2016 season - The Royal Society of Antarctica by Mat Smart, a 2001 UE alumnus, opening Friday, Sept. 25, at 7:30 p.m., in UE’s Shanklin Theatre. Additional performances are at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 26, Oct. 1, 2, 3, and at 2:00 p.m. on Sept. 27 and Oct. 4.

“This really impressive new play succeeds partly because of its highly distinctive setting at the bottom of the world, partly because Mat Smart knows how to forge a metaphor about a community of needy misfits all running away from something, partly because it is penned with real wit and affection, and mostly because it brings together a collection of highly distinctive and lovable characters in whose fate we find ourselves strikingly invested.” - Chris Jones, The Chicago Tribune

Amy Attaway, guest artist and 2001 UE alumna, directs The Royal Society of Antarctica. Department chair and associate professor of theatre Eric Renschler serves as the scenic designer; Caitlin McCarthy, a senior from Los Angeles, Calif., is the costume designer; Aaron Curry, a senior from Glendale, Ariz., is the lighting designer; Benjamin Phillips, a junior from Fort Worth, Texas, is the sound designer; and professor of theatre Diane Brewer is the dramaturg.

The twelve-member cast features sophomore Joseph W. Schwalb, from Milwaukee, Wis., as Ace; senior Samie Johnson, from Denver, Colo., as Dee; junior Chris Brumley, from Louisville, Ky., as Jake; junior Kit Bulla, from Springhill, Tenn., as Miller; senior Devin Fluker, from Las Vegas, Nev., as Pam; junior Rachel Woods, from Franklin, Tenn., as Tamara; sophomore Davis Cowart, from Bronwood, Ga., as UT Tim; senior Dylan Crow, from Danville, Ky., as UT Tom; freshmen Matt McDonald, from Carmel, Ind., Daniel Stewart, from Fort Worth, Texas, and Justin Lyons, from Evansville, Ind., as Jano 1, Jano 2, and Jano 3, respectively; and senior Henry Ragan, from Herndon, Va., as Hank (voiceover).

Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $13 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty and staff. UE students may obtain one free student rush ticket beginning at 12 noon on the day of the performance they wish to attend.

Subscriptions for the four-play Shanklin Theatre season are still available for $44 for adults and $38 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty. Including the play The Royal Society of Antarctica, a season subscription also includes the musical Big Fish, book by John August and music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, Nov. 13 through 22; Lily Dale, by Horton Foote, Feb. 19 through 28; and Richard III, by William Shakespeare, Apr. 15 through 24.

Tickets may be purchased by calling (812) 488–2031, Monday through Friday, noon to 5 p.m.

* WISE and WELL Candidate Forum on October 1

On October 1, University of Evansville will be joining various community partners to host a WISE and WELL Candidate Forum, Embracing Evansville’s Health and Wellness Focus in Graves 100. The event will take place from 6:30- 8 p.m.   The University Community and all students are invited to attend.  Please R.S.V.P to


Upcoming Events

* This Weekend in Music: Vocal Health Workshop and Ron Jones Quartet in Concert

The Department of Music will host a Vocal Health Workshop in FA 110 this Saturday, October 3, from 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.

Leading the workshop will be Sharon R. Boyle (MM, MT-BC), associate professor of music therapy at St. Mary-0f-the-Woods., where she has been a member of the music faculty since 2002 and currently serves as the coordinator of the Undergraduate Music Therapy Program. She has served as state representative for Indiana on the Great Lakes Region Executive Board of the American Music Therapy Association and just completed a five-year commitment serving on the editorial board for the peer-reviewed journal, Music Therapy Perspectives.

She has extensive clinical experience working in both short-term and long-term care for nearly 20 years, and she has received several awards for leadership, teaching excellence, and scholarship. Boyle has music degrees from Linfield College and East Carolina University and completed post-graduate work in courses taught by Alan Turry, Barbara Hesser, and Lisa Summer. In addition, she has completed Level II Music and Imagery training under the supervision of Lisa Summer and Frances Goldberg through Anna Maria College. She regularly presents at state, regional, and national music therapy conferences on various topics, including vocal health and vocal improvisation for music therapists, self-care for music therapists, a unique intensive summer practicum model, and other issues in education and clinical training of music therapists.

The first concert of the season in the Jazz Guest Artist Concert Series, co-sponsored by the University of Evansville and the Evansville Jazz Society, will present saxophonist Ron Jones and his Quartet from Louisville, Kentucky, in Wheeler Concert Hall on Sunday afternoon, October 4 at 4:00 p.m.

The leader of the group, Ron Jones, is one of the most highly regarded saxophonists in the mid-west. From his home base in Louisville, Ron leads his quartet in concerts around the area, teaches, lectures, and produces and markets his own CDs. Ron’s playing has often been compared to that of such jazz superstars as Cannonball Adderly and Jackie McLean. The group also includes pianist Rob Allgeyer, bassist Sonny Stephens, and drummer Jim Leslie. Ron and his group have played in Evansville numerous times, and have become favorites with local jazz audiences.

Admission to the concert is $15.00 for adults, $10.00 for Jazz Society members, and $5.00 for students with I.D. Tickets will be available at the door, or can be obtained by contacting the UE Department of Music at 488-2754. 

* "How to Make Your Business Dream a Reality"

Students are invited to attend a presentation and Q&A session by UE African-American Alumni entrepreneurs, titled “How to Make Your Business Dream a Reality,” on Friday, October 16. The event is from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m., in Room 170 (Smythe Lecture Hall), Schroeder School of Business Building.  The speakers will share resources, a sample business plan, stories and tips. All students interested in entrepreneurship are encouraged to attend this event.

Register online at, or contact Angela Williams, assistant director of Alumni and Parent Relations, at or 812-488-2586.

Presenters include:
1. Al Baity '85, State Farm Insurance, owner and agent
2. Ed Lander '91 & Darin Lander '03, WEOA Radio Station, owner and general manager
3. Watez Phelps '01, M'04, SCORE
4. Jerome Stewart '04, Diversity Supply's Professional Procurement Services, owner
5. Denise Shane-Cheaney ’01, Pink Elephant Celebrations, owner and Event planner

Light refreshments will be available.

* Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Flores de otro mundo, Flowers From Another World

Flores de Otro Mundo (English: flowers from another world) is a 1999 Spanish film centered around a group of women who arrive by bus to a small town hoping to find stability, companionship, immigration papers or a combination of the three. It is a story of social integration and male/female relationships.

Location is in Hyde Hall in Room 126 on Monday, October 5 from 6:00 -8:00 pm.

Free snacks provided.

Sponsored by the Spanish Movie Club and the Office of Diversity Initiatives

* Engineering Speed Networking

Attention all students from the College of Engineering and Computer Science, RSVP in JobLink by October 5 to attend Engineering Speed Networking. The event will be held Wednesday, October 7, from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. in Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center. Get face-to-face with employers interested in you! Space is limited, so RSVP today under JobLink’s Events tab (Workshops). 

* UE Foreign Languages hosts their 11th Annual Linguapalooza Tuesday, October 6

The Department of Foreign Languages will host their 11th Annual "Linguapalooza" event on Tuesday, October 6, on campus at the Ridgway University Center. Tri State area high school students will be on campus to sharpen their foreign language skills by participating in culture, conversation and interactive sessions throughout the day. Students will also take a tour on campus in their studied language and enjoy breakfast and lunch together. The year, there are 169 students registered to attend from 13 high schools. The schools attending this year's event are: Boonville, Bosse, Castle, Evansville Day, Forest Park, Harrison, Heritage Hills, Loogootee, Mater Dei, North, Princeton, Tecumseh and Tell City. 

* Shark Tank Star Daymond John to visit UE for Q&A

Daymond John is a co-star on ABC’s Emmy Award winning reality business show Shark Tank and the founder and CEO of FUBU, a clothing company that has amassed more than 4 billion dollars in worldwide retail sales to date.

Student Q&A Session
Tuesday, October 20
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Smythe Lecture Hall, Room 170
Schroeder School of Business

Advanced registration required. Online registration opens October 1, 2015, at 6:00 p.m. Space is limited.

Register online (LINK


Info You Should Know

* Changemaker Challenge Deadline Extended, More Coaching Offered

Changemaker ChallengeThe video submission deadline for the Changemaker Challenge has been extended to Wednesday, October 7 at noon. If you are working on your project and you need more direction, or even if you are just getting started, the Social Innovation Club is offering additional video coaching and general information by appointment for the remainder of this week. Please contact Lauren (ll115) to arrange an appointment.

In addition, social innovator Patrick Odoyo will be available this Friday and next week for video training, consultation, and production assistance as follows:

Friday, October 2
2:00 – 5:00 p.m. by appointment

Monday, October 5 and Tuesday, October 6
12:00 – 5:00 p.m. by appointment

Text Patrick at 812-454-0286 for an appointment.

For more information, visit or call 488-2455.

* No Open Swim this Saturday

There will be no Open Swim this Saturday, October 3. Regular Open Swim hours will return on Sunday, October 4. 

* How to Add UE Guarantee Image to Email Signatures

After the announcement of the UE Guarantee, there have been questions on how to add the image to email signatures. Here are the steps!

Go to     

Right click on image and save to desktop

Go to signature in Outlook and insert the saved image

Make a hyperlink, by highlighting the image, and link to            

If you have questions, please call the OTS Help Desk at 812-488-2077 or

* Come Try Out the Lightboard!

Faculty, have you ever considered flipping your classroom? Or, on a smaller scale: have you ever traveled to a conference and had to miss class? Did you wish there was a good way to still get content to your class that day? Had you thought about recording a video of lecture content, but stopped short? Were you concerned about how much time would be required, in preparation or post-production?

Please consider giving the lightboard a try! This powerful new lecture capture tool has arrived on campus thanks to the collaboration of many generous people who gave of their time and talent to make it possible. It dramatically simplifies the process and lowers the barrier to easily and quickly generate high-quality video-lecture content that can be as dynamic and engaging as you are.

While it is true that many lightboard users at other universities are often in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines, the applications to other disciplines abound! Whether it is from diagramming sentences, outlining or reverse–outlining written work, or to other potential applications, the ways in which you could use this tool are limited only by your imagination. You could even have your students use it for presentations, collaboration, or group work!

Please, take a look at the video(s) linked in the second paragraph above and contact Mike Slade (ms579; x2056) in the Department of Chemistry to request access or for more information.

* Attention Juniors and Seniors

All students intending to graduate in the next year need to fill out an Application for Degree Card and return it to the Registrar’s Office (OH 106). This card tells the Office of the Registrar that you are ready to have a degree audit (checklist) conducted and kick-starts your path to Commencement. Please email Alex Lattner at with any questions. 

* Now Accepting Applications for Admissions Ambassadors

Want to share your love for the University of Evansville to prospective students? Admissions Ambassadors is a student run organization that works with the Admissions office to run Open Houses, give tours, and represent the University to the outside community. Applications for Admissions Ambassadors are now open through Friday October 9th at 12pm. All parts of the application are due by this day including references. You can access the application through Wedadvisor under the Student Workers tab. If you have any questions feel free to contact Haley Foster at or Kristen Nussel at 



* UE Baseball Team Hosts Ontario Blue Jays on Thursday

The University of Evansville baseball team will host the Ontario Blue Jays in an exhibition game on Thursday, Oct. 1. The contest will be played at Charles H. Braun Stadium and begin at 4:00 p.m. CDT.

Admission is free and everyone is invited to see the Purple Aces in action for the first time this fall.

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* Single game ticket information now available for UE Basketball

University of Evansville basketball season is just over a month away and season ticket sales are already way ahead of the total from all of last year. With sales remaining strong, information is now available for those wishing to purchase single game seats.

Tickets to single games will go on sale to current season ticket holders on Thursday, October 1. As a special bonus to our season ticket holders, they can purchase single game seats at last year’s price ($19, $15, $5 depending on age and seat location) until Oct. 9. This offer for our current season ticket holders is ONLY available at the Carson Center on the UE campus.

On Monday, Oct. 12, single game tickets go on sale to the general public at the new 2015-16 prices ($30, $25, $15, $12, $5 depending on age and seat location). These tickets may be purchased at the Carson Center, Ford Center or Single game tickets will also be available for purchase at the interior ticket office window at the Ford Center during Hoopfest on Oct. 22.

Non-conference mini-plans are still available and give you a great deal on two of the Aces’ top games. For just $44, you receive tickets to four games. The SEMO and Belmont games are automatically included as well as tickets to two more non-conference December games of your choice. This is only available at the Carson Center.

Season tickets also remain on sale. For more information or to purchase your tickets, head over to the Carson Center or call 812-488-ACES.

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* MVC Unveils 115-Live Event Package for ESPN

The Missouri Valley Conference will have a 115-live event package on ESPN networks during the 2015-16 academic year, Commissioner Doug Elgin announced today.

The Valley, which is in the second year of a 10-year agreement with ESPN, will clear 56 men’s basketball telecasts on ESPN platforms -- ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN3.

An additional 59 other MVC contests -- regular-season women’s basketball and baseball plus postseason championships for women’s and men’s soccer, volleyball, indoor and outdoor track and field, women’s basketball, softball and baseball -- are featured on the package this year.

“Through its various platforms, ESPN provides us with a vital national promotional vehicle in an ever-changing landscape,” Elgin said.

“Our institutions -- from the Presidents’ offices to the athletics departments -- recognized the importance of ESPNU and ESPN3 in the formative days of both outlets,” he said. “With the expansion of our linear coverage and the creation and continued development of The Valley on ESPN3, our Conference will realize increased exposure and across-campus involvement from our student population which is a win-win for us.”

Five MVC schools will compete in ESPN Events-branded multi-team tournaments -- Bradley in the Gildan Charleston Classic, Evansville in the DIRECTV Wooden Legacy, Missouri State in the Puerto Rico Tip-off, UNI in the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic and Wichita State in the AdvoCare Invitational.

Each league school will participate in three games with every contest being delivered on an ESPN platform -- ESPN2, ESPNU or ESPN3.

“Participation in all five of the ESPN Events-branded tournaments is extraordinary for The Valley,” said Elgin. “You can never start too early in building at-large resumes for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee and having the opportunity to play these teams on a neutral floor in front of a national audience is huge exposure for our Conference.”

The Conference’s remaining ESPN2 slate includes Evansville at Illinois State on Jan. 15, Wichita State at Illinois State on Feb. 6 and a Wildcard Weekend selection on Feb. 27. The Feb. 27 telecast will also be subject to the netflex process between ESPN and ESPN2.

The Valley’s regular-season men’s basketball package on ESPNU will feature one Thursday and five Sundays. The Sundays will use the ESPN netflex selection process (one on ESPN3 and one on ESPNU) and occur on Jan. 17, Jan. 24, Jan. 31, Feb. 14 and Feb. 21.

“The Wildcard selection process allows ESPN to select the game with the most impact to cap our season,” said Jack R. Watkins, MVC Associate Commissioner. “Last year, we had two Top 20 teams (UNI and Wichita State) deciding our regular-season race on national television -- a fitting tribute to the great year we had.”

“This year, we will continue to utilize the netflex process for our Sunday ESPNU telecasts and for the first time, we have pre-determined consistent times on both networks. That helps our men’s and women’s basketball programs in a myriad of ways, including home game management and travel for the visiting teams.”

The remaining two ESPNU telecasts will be Valley regular-season baseball contests which have yet to be determined.

The Valley-produced men’s and women’s basketball package on ESPN3 starts with UNI playing host to North Carolina in a men’s basketball contest on Nov. 21. In addition, Bradley plays host to TCU in a non-MVC men’s tilt on Dec. 23.

MVC women’s coverage begins on Sunday, Dec. 13, when the league will televise both games from MVC-MAC Challenge at iWireless Center in Moline, Illinois, when UNI plays Akron and Illinois State tangles with Northern Illinois.

The league will also distribute nine-week men’s basketball (Wednesday or Thursday) and women’s basketball (Fridays) Conference packages and events on ESPN3 -- ESPN’s live multi-screen sports network streamed line on WatchESPN, accessible on computers, smartphones, tablets and connected devices to fans who receive their video subscription from an affiliated provider.

The men’s MVC schedule begins on Wednesday, Dec. 30, when Indiana State visits Evansville continues with Loyola at Illinois State on Jan. 6, UNI at Indiana State on Jan. 13, Illinois State at Bradley on Jan. 20, Illinois State at Loyola on Feb. 3, Missouri State at UNI on Feb. 10, Indiana State at Illinois State on Feb. 17 and Indiana State at UNI on Feb. 24. There is one Thursday game -- Evansville at Southern Illinois on Jan. 28.

The opening round on March 3 and all four quarterfinal games on March 4 from the 2016 State Farm MVC Men’s Basketball Tournament in St. Louis will also be shown on ESPN3 outside the league’s five-state footprint of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri.

The women’s league slate starts on Friday, Jan. 1, when Southern Illinois visits Drake and continues with Drake at Missouri State on Jan. 8, Wichita State at Loyola on Jan. 15, Evansville at Missouri State on Jan. 22, Indiana State at Southern Illinois on Jan. 29, Missouri State at UNI on Feb. 5 and UNI at Indiana State on Feb. 12.

The final two women’s basketball airings will utilize the Wildcard selection process to determine which will be distributed on Feb. 19 and Feb. 25-26-27, with the selected contests announced on Feb. 5 and Feb. 12, respectively.

“Our women’s basketball coverage on ESPN3 continues to grow,” Watkins said. “With the move to ESPN3, we are no longer subject to clearance window limitations, and we are able to establish a consistent, game-of-the-week time and date for our contests.

“At the same time, we are grateful that we can preview the new home of our women’s basketball tournament with the MVC-MAC Challenge on December 13,” Watkins said. ”There are great things occurring for our women’s basketball and its postseason championship, and this increased exposure is a direct product of that excitement.”

The entire women’s basketball tournament will be shown on ESPN3, with coverage beginning on Thursday, March 10, with two opening round contests, four quarterfinal telecasts on Friday, March 11, two semifinal games on Saturday, March 12 and the title contest on Sunday, March 13.

The Valley will also air its postseason championships for women’s and men’s soccer, volleyball, indoor and outdoor track and field, softball and baseball in their entirety on ESPN3.

“When we first began discussion about the creation The Valley on ESPN3, the regular-season success of our Olympic sport programs and their continued NCAA Tournament achievements were our calling cards,” Watkins said.

“Most collegiate sports observers tend to focus on the success of our basketball as a barometer for the league’s overall strength, but some of the greatest stories in the 109-year-old history of The Valley have nothing to do with hoops. Collegiate Cup marches, Volleyball Sweet 16 runs, numerous CWS baseball trips and countless track and field student-athletes who continue to receive All-America recognition helped turn the concept of The Valley on ESPN3 into reality,” Watkins added.

“Every day, we recognize the fact that ESPN supported this decision to bring numerous stories to a national platform like ESPN3,” Watkins said.

Postseason coverage starts with the 2015 MVC Women’s Soccer Championship at McCutchan Stadium in Evansville, Indiana, on Friday, Nov. 6 (semifinals) and Sunday, Nov. 8 (title match).

The 2015 MVC Men’s Soccer Championship at Korte Stadium in Edwardsville, Illinois, will be contested on Wednesday, Nov. 11 (quarterfinals), Friday, Nov. 13 (semifinals) and Sunday, Nov. 15 (title match).

For the fourth-straight year, The Valley will deliver the MVC Volleyball Championship on ESPN3, but in 2015, all five matches will be shown from Hammons Student Center in Springfield, Missouri, on Thursday, Nov. 26 (quarterfinals), Friday, Nov. 27 (semifinals) and Saturday, Nov. 28 (title match).

For the second-straight year, the Conference will televise competition from the 2016 MVC Indoor Track and Field Championship at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls, Iowa, on Saturday-Sunday, Feb. 27-28.

In the spring, The Valley will air the 2016 MVC Softball Tournament from Dr. Charlotte West Stadium at Carbondale, Illinois, on Thursday-Saturday, May 12-14.

For the first time in league history, The Valley will televise competition from the 2016 MVC Outdoor Track and Field Championship at Gibson Track in Terre Haute, Indiana, on Saturday-Sunday, May 14-15.

The league will conclude its 2015-16 schedule on ESPN3 on Wednesday-Saturday, May 25-28, from the 2016 MVC Baseball Championship at Bob Warn Field in Terre Haute, Indiana. It will mark the fifth-consecutive year that games from the tournament have been shown on ESPN3 and the second time in three years from Warn Field.

“There are a number of benefits having our championships shown on ESPN3,” Watkins concluded. “With live access across all devices, our families and fans plus NCAA Division I sport committee members will be able to catch our most important action at a critical stage of the season.”

“We appreciate each and every one of those opportunities to showcase our student-athletes, coaches and facilities,” Watkins concluded.

The Conference also plans to televise the 2015 MVC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tipoff in St. Louis on Tuesday, October 27.

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