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Thursday, June 30, 2016

What's Happening Today

* Rethink Diversity Through Mindshifting Dialogue

There will be a Rethink Diversity Through Mindshifting Dialogue today from noon-1:00 p.m. in Room 273, in the Schroeder School of Business Building. Please feel free to bring your lunch!

The topic will be “Responses to Racial Incidents on Campuses Across America: Case Study Reviews.”

If you have questions or wish to RSVP, contact LaNeeca Williams at

These sessions  are sponsored by the Office of Diversity Initiatives.


Upcoming Events

* Farewell Reception for Kristie Byrns

Kristie Byrns, director of the Center for Adult Education, will be leaving the University on July 8 after seven years of service. Please join us from 2:00-3:00 p.m. today at the CAE house on Rotherwood Avenue for a reception. We invite the campus community to come by and wish her well in her new endeavors.


Info You Should Know

* Move In Day greeters needed

On Saturday, August 20, the University community will welcome new students living in campus housing to their new homes. Faculty, staff, and alumni volunteers are needed to serve in the role of greeters to help new families navigate the move-in process. All materials and directions will be provided - no prior knowledge or experience necessary. To volunteer for this event please sign up here by July 22.

* Copy Services jobs

As the fall semester and the start of school is just around the corner, Copy Services asks that you start submitting requests for fall manuals and handouts in June and July as you have them ready.

The start of school is busy for everyone, so early summer is a great time for Copy Services to process copy jobs and have them ready in plenty of time for the start of classes and/or for purchase from the UE Bookstore.

Your efforts and cooperation are greatly appreciated as we prepare for a great 2016-17.

Copy Service Requests and instructions are available on the AceLink website.

If you have questions, please contact Distribution Services at ext. 2197.

* UE cable provider is now Charter Communications

Time Warner Cable and Bright House recenlty merged with Charter Communications In the coming months, Charter plans to strip away Time Warner Cable and Bright House's names and introduce its own branding. This means the newly enlarged Charter is now one of the biggest television providers in the country, standing alongside Comcast, AT&T, Tech30, and Verizon.

Charter calls its cable TV and broadband services Spectrum. Charter has announced that it will initially streamline product pricing and packaging and introduce Spectrum by rolling it out in a phased approach beginning this fall. While we do not know the potential impact of this merger on the University of Evansville, we do know that even though the transition will take a while, changes will be coming. However, the Office of Administrative Services is working with Charter Communications to ensure that our existing contract pricing is not affected. We will keep you posted as more information is available.

For questions, please contact Kim Winsett at ext. 2940 or email

* United States Postal Service closed on Independence Day

This is a reminder that the United States Postal Service will be closed in observance of Independence Day, Monday, July 4. For mailing questions, contact Mail Services at ext. 2197.



* R. Scott Lank conducts master acting classes at Julliard School

R. Scott Lank, artistic director and head of acting in the Department of Theatre, recently conducted master acting classes at The Juilliard School as part of the Actors Center National Congress of Actors and Acting Teachers. While in residence, Lank was elected chair of the educational standards committee for actor training programs in the nation.



* Katterhenry and Mockevicius named top UE Student-Athletes

Golfer Kayla Katterhenry and basketball senior Egidijus Mockevicius were named the top student-athletes at the University of Evansville for their performances during the 2015-16 season.

Katterhenry was named the recipient of the Ida M. Stieler Award while Mockevicius earned the William V. Slyker Award. Both are given to the top female and male student-athletes for the Purple Aces as voted on by UE staff and coaches.

The best individual season in UE women’s golf history saw Katterhenry finish in second place in the MVC Championship. She tied for the lowest score (67) ever shot in the history of the tournament and was just one stroke behind the winner.

She won four tournaments in her junior season and far and away holds the record for career events won; she also had two runner-up finishes. Katterhenry posted a 75.50 stroke average as a junior, the lowest season score in school history. She was named a MVC All-Conference player in 2016 and also was an Academic All-Conference First Teamer.

Mockevicius led the NCAA in rebounding with 14 per game and double-doubles in 2015-16 as the Aces won 25 games. Averaging 15.7 points per game, Mockevicius hit 63.7 percent of his attempts in his senior campaign at UE. Earned Missouri Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors for his efforts.

He became the All-Time UE leader in rebounds with his efforts in 2016 and was named an All-MVC First Team player for the second year in a row and earned All-Defensive Team honors for the third-consecutive season. The 5-time MVC Player of the Week earned Midseason Mid-Major Player of the Year honors.

* Benefit event to be held in honor of Bailey George

The loss of University of Evansville runner Bailey George from cancer earlier this year had such an impact on the Purple Aces program and the Evansville community. Head coach Don Walters is going to make sure that her memory will continue to live on as he has announced the formation of the Bailey George Memorial 5K Walk/Run.

Set for August 6, the race will take place at the Angel Mounds Cross Country Course in Evansville at 9:00 a.m. The course was the sight of the 2015 Missouri Valley Conference Championships. It will be a non-timed event, but a clock will be placed at the finish line for participants to view their times. A 400-meter children’s event will also take place that day.

Cost of entry is just $15 with proceeds going to the Bailey George Scholarship Fund. Donations are also welcome. All participants will receive a commemorative medal.

“What happened to Bailey is just tragic. For someone to be taken so young, it touches everyone,” Walters said. “The only way that we can remember things is to put them out there and deal with it. When we do that, we make things better. We know that Bailey is in a great place and she is watching over us. We hope that we get able to get great a lot of community support and put on a great event in Bailey’s honor.”

Pre-registration is encouraged, but walk-ups will also be accepted.

For more information, please contact Coach Walters at


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