University of Evansville

AceNotes Today

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

* Jeff Wolf appointed president of EIIA

Jeff Wolf, vice president for fiscal affairs and administration, will conclude his service to the University of Evansville on December 31. Jeff will assume the presidency of EIIA, a non-profit organization headquartered in Chicago that offers insurance and risk management services for approximately 130 colleges and universities.

“Jeff has been a dedicated and effective member of UE’s senior administrative team since he arrived here in 2003,” said President Tom Kazee. “His understanding of fiscal matters, his counsel, and his commitment to UE will be greatly missed.” 

According to Jeff, "The decision to leave the University is one of the toughest of my career.  I have thoroughly enjoyed working with everyone here and the dedication and commitment to serving our students has been outstanding. The University has faced significant challenges in recent years, but the foundation for future growth and success has been set.  In my new role, I will be able to watch as UE grows and prospers from those decisions." 

Donna Teague, assistant vice president for fiscal affairs, will serve as interim vice president until a search to fill the position is concluded.

* Run, hide, fight – response to an active shooter

In the event of an active shooter, assess the situation! What do you know about the circumstances? What is the best response for you personally to insure your safety? Then decide:

  • RUN:  Flee the building if you can do so safely based on what you know is taking place within the building. (i.e. if you hear gunshots on the other side of the building and you are close to an exit, law enforcement recommends running from the building).  If you are outside, get as far away from the threat area as possible. In some situations, you might decide that you can safely run away from the campus if the reported gunman is a good distance away from your campus location. 
  • HIDE: Seek shelter inside of the building (classroom, closet, office, etc.) If you are in a position to lock a building door and can do so safely, do so. If there is a lock on an interior door and you can safely reach it, lock yourself in the space. Go to a location in the room where you cannot be seen and stay in place until you are notified the threat is over. Turn cell phone ringers and other tones off and turn off lights if possible.
  • FIGHT: If confronted with a gunman, you (and those with you) stand a better chance of surviving if you do something rather than nothing. Look around you. Can you use something in the room to help defend yourself?

Remember: All exterior doors to buildings may be locked if the occupants within the building can do so safely. Electronic card access may also be shut off. Use your best judgment in determining the safest course of action to protect yourself. Seconds count!

Watch the video – Run, Hide, Fight.

As a reminder, you can find information about emergency situations and procedures on the safety and security website including a video on the run, hide, fight response and additional information such as sheltering in place, outside and inside threats, and so forth.

* Campus prepares for active shooter drill

In cooperation with the Evansville Police Department, the University of Evansville is planning an active shooter drill.  In order to maintain the integrity of the drill exercise, the exact date and time will not be published in advance. Note: the drill is scheduled for some time between 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 25 and 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 27. 

When the drill begins, all members of the campus community are expected to respond as if reacting to a real emergency situation.  Participants are asked not to call 9-1-1 during the drill so that there is no disruption to the delivery of emergency services in the city.

The drill will be announced to the campus community via an Ace Alert message. The alert will clearly state “THIS IS A DRILL” and will provide specific information relative to the location of the shooter.  Whether or not you are in the direct area of the emergency, you should respond as you would if this were a real campus emergency. The drill will conclude approximately 10-15 minutes after it begins with another Ace Alert message indicating the drill is over. 

The drill will not involve simulated gunshots; however, Evansville Police Department and other law enforcement personnel will be present on campus. Some building safety coordinators will also be present to assist with certain aspects of the drill. 

A post active shooter drill survey will be e-mailed to all faculty, administrators, staff, and students on or before Friday, October 28.  We ask that everyone respond to the survey as soon as possible after the drill.

* Innovation and Re-Investment Fund Results for the Fall 2016

The fourth round of grants from the Innovation and Re-Investment Fund have been awarded.  The Programs Task Force received 16 proposal submissions with combined funding requests in excess of $1 million.     

Nine proposals will receive funding.  Those receiving funding are listed below by department/area proposal and amount funded.

Archeology and Art History: Continuation of the social media coordinator.  $3,000 for one year

Institute for Global Enterprise and GAP: Supports the regional High School Changemaker Challenge. $10,000 for the 16-17 year

International Admission: To increase international recruitment in a new region to help diversify international populations. Up to $10,000

Office of Diversity and Equity: To support the diversity and inclusion resource house.  $15,000 one-time

Music: Creates a part-time music outreach coordinator for summer camps and programs. $26,900 over two years

Center for Adult Education: A one-year continuation of the position funded from spring 2015. $65,000 for one year

Arts and Sciences: Creation of a preprofessional health advisor. $113,272 over two years

Retention: Continued support for retention initiatives. $68,000 for the 2016-17 year

Theatre: Equipment and material to enhance the design and tech major. $30,083 for one year

Congratulations to those receiving funding! 

The full proposals for those listed above can be found in AceLink.


What's Happening Today

* Charlas: informal conversation in Spanish

Students of all levels of Spanish are invited to meet at Jazzman's in Ridgway University Center at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesdays to practice Spanish in a relaxed atmosphere with Belén Alemán Mansilla, a Fulbright foreign language teaching assistant from Argentina. This week come play chancho and other card games. ¡Nos vemos el miércoles a las 5:00 p.m.!

* Buffalo Wild Wings Give Back Night for UEMTA

Come support the University of Evansville Music Therapy Association by eating good food at the Buffalo Wild Wings on north Green River Road today, starting at 11:00 a.m. Just present this ticket to your server before you pay. Ten percent of the bill goes to UEMTA to fund the seniors to go to National Conference in November in Sandusky, Ohio.

* I-House: Syria

Tonight’s presentation at I-House will be on the country of Syria and Abdullah Aljandali and Muhanad Hasanato will be presenting.

Abdullah is an electrical engineer major and Muhanad is a computer science major. Muhanad likes volleyball, basketball, video games, and drawing. Abdullah enjoys basketball, chess, and ping pong. When asked what their favorite part about UE was, they both said the community and the family bonds that the students and teachers make.

Make sure to come tonight at 7:00 p.m. upstairs in Ridgway University Center to hear all about Syria!

* Watch the presidential debate tonight at 8:00 p.m.

All of campus is invited to watch the final presidential debate set for tonight at 8:00 p.m. in the dining hall. FREE popcorn will be provided and the first 100 people will receive unlimited FREE soda. This event is sponsored by the Honors Program, Honors Activity Board, and the Center for Student Engagement.

* Discussion on sex and the law planned for today

National speaker, author, and attorney C.L. Lindsay will be on campus today at 5:00 p.m. in Eykamp Hall, Room 251, Ridgway University Center, to discuss sexual assault and legal issues. Please join us for this interesting and interactive program brought to you by UE athletics, the Center for Student Engagement, and counseling services.


Upcoming Events

* Everyone invited to the Carver Community Center Alternative Energy Celebration

All are welcome to attend the Carver Community Center Alternative Energy Celebration today from noon-1:00 p.m., at Carver Community Center, located at 400 SE 8th Street, Evansville.

UE students worked with Carver Community Center to obtain a $90,580 grant to install solar panels and LED bulbs, saving the center on energy bills.

Come to this event to celebrate with these Changemakers and hear how it happened!

The Institute for Global Enterprise is supported by generous funding from Lilly Endowment Inc.

* SIAM Student Chapter Talk Series

William Robert Young, director of product approval for Haier America Tech Center, will give a talk to the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) UE student chapter today. The lecture will begin at 4:00 p.m. in Room 101, Koch Center for Engineering and Science.

The title of Young’s lecture is "Problem Solving Methodology, Data, and Its Importance to Decision Making and Knowledge."

All are welcome!

* International Club Haunted House Night

This Friday, the International Club will be going to The Olde Courthouse Catacombs/The House of Lecter in Downtown Evansville. Tickets for both haunted houses will be $20 a person and rides will be provided. We are meeting at 8:15 p.m. at Jazzman's to organize the rides.

If you would like to help provide transportation, contact

* Jostens ring sale today

The Jostens ring representative will be on campus today from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at the UE Bookstore. Anyone interested in purchasing a class ring is welcome to discuss their needs with the representative. Jostens will be offering a sale on selected styles as well. Please stop by and check out their offerings.

* The #readingseries is back!

Please join the folks in creative writing today at 4:00 p.m. at The Slice for the fall semester’s first #readingseries. This reading will feature work by students James Barton, Taylor Gates, and Juels Chrisman. The reading will start promptly at 4:00, so if you’re looking to enjoy some delicious pizza while you’re there, please arrive early as The Slice can be charmingly slow. Hope to see you all there!

* Last performance of UE Theatre's Orlando

The University of Evansville Department of Theatre will present Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, adapted by Sarah Ruhl, in the May Studio Theatre at 7:30 p.m. tonight.

Orlando follows the luxurious and romantic life of a young English duke who wakes up one morning to find he has transformed into a womanly duchess. Over the course of five centuries, the titular Orlando finds herself tangled up in colorful web of casual acquaintances and life-altering companions as she learns to navigate her new identity and find her place in the world. Through witty humor, fast-paced dialogue, and vivid storytelling, this spirited and poetic play explores the power of transformation and the concept of the self.

Ruhl is a Tony Award nominee and two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist. Most recently, she was named the recipient of the 2016 Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award.

Steinberg Advisory Committee Member Paige Evans said of Ruhl, “Sarah Ruhl is unique. She fills her intelligent and highly theatrical plays with striking oddities and playful humor. Sarah is a prolific playwright of great distinction.”

Sam Schanwald, a senior theatre performance major from Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, serves as the director of the entirely student designed and directed production. The creative team for Orlando includes scenic designer Elizabeth Tredinnick, a junior from Madison, Wisconsin, costume designer Mitchel Wolf, a senior from Chaska, Minnesota; lighting designer Renée K. Voteau, a junior from St. Louis, Missouri; sound designer Benjamin Phillips, a senior from Fort Worth, Texas; dramaturg Olivia L. Rigdon, a senior from Colorado Springs, Colorado; and stage manager Melia Schnefke, a junior from St. Louis, Missouri. Chuck Meachum serves as technical director for the production.

The cast includes senior McKenna Ceci, from Peachtree City, Georgia; juniors Davis Cowart, from Bronwood, Georgia; Joseph W. Schwalb, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Zoie Quinn, from San Antonio, Texas; sophomores Alexandra Curren, from McKinney, Texas; Marshall Hopkins, from Baldwin City, Kansas; and freshman Shannon White, from Rockwall, Texas.

Tickets are $11 for adults and $9 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty and staff. UE students may pick up their free student ticket beginning at noon on the day of the performance they wish to attend.

Seating is limited and patrons are strongly encouraged to purchase tickets in advance by calling 812-488–2031, Monday through Friday, noon to 5:00 p.m.

* FIJI-A Tour

This Saturday, October 22, at 12:30 p.m., FIJI will be hosting a PUT-PUT event benefiting the USO. This event will take place at Adventureland Golf. The entry fee for a group of four is $20. If you are interested let Matt McKinney know by e-mailing him at

* Lecture tomorrow on climate change as security issue

International security expert Ole Waever, professor of international relations at the University of Copenhagen, will guest lecture at UE this Friday, October 21, at noon in Eykamp Hall, Room 252, Ridgway University Center.

His talk is titled "Climate Change as a Security Issue," and will focus on the political implications of different ways of treating climate change as a security issue.

Waever will present his research from approximately noon-12:45 p.m. to allow those with 1:00 p.m. classes to exit with plenty of time, but will engage in a follow-up Q&A session with those who would like to engage in broader conversation about climate change, international security, and/or recent events in Europe. With such a timely topic that engages social and natural sciences alike, we hope you will attend!

Waever has published several prominent books, including Security: A New Framework for Analysis, Regions and Powers: The Structure of International Security, International Relations Scholarship around the World, and Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges & Decisions.

He was elected to the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters in 2007 and in 2014 became a Knight of the Order of the Dannebrog, Denmark's highest national honor.

* Renowned French historian to give lecture at UE on November 8

The Office of Diversity and Equity and the Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures invite the UE and Evansville community to hear renowned French historian, Pap Ndiaye's lecture "The Minority Paradox: Blackness in France" on November 8, from 4-5 p.m., in Room 162, Schroeder School of Business Building.

His presentation will discuss the notion of French blacks and the tension within the classic French republican understanding of citizenship. How and why is it intellectually and politically legitimate to use this notion? Ndiaye will discuss the reasons why French scholars have been reluctant to focus on racial minorities. He will also elaborate on the notion of blackness, that is the subjectification of racial identities in France in the 20th century, and show why a new blackness has emerged in France in the past few years.

For more information, read this brief biography of Ndiaye.

If you have any questions, please e-mail

* Phi Mu Gives Back today

Today from 5:00-7:00 p.m., Phi Mu will have a clothing drive table in Ridgway University Center lobby. The clothes should be in good condition or lightly worn. Clean out your closets for the new semester and the holidays!

* Commencement Central for December graduates

This is a reminder to all December graduates to attend Commencement Central today. The event will last from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. You will be able to finalize your graduation plans, purchase your cap and gown and/or graduation announcements, and meet with the alumni and career planning offices. It takes only a few minutes to complete this necessary task. Those that attend the event will receive a free 2016 alumni mug. Please mark your calendar accordingly.

* Phi Mu presents Rock for Riley

Phi Mu's annual fall philanthropy, Rock for Riley, is Friday, October 21, at 7:00-9:00 p.m. in Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center. Tickets will be on sale October 17-20 in Ridgway University Center lobby for $5, and at the door on the night of the event for $5.

All proceeds from the event go toward Phi Mu's national philanthropy, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.

* Ireland's revolution of 1916 to be topic of Fiddick Lecture

This year’s annual Thomas C. Fiddick Lecture sponsored by the University of Evansville’s Department of History is planned for tomorrow - Friday, October 28. The lecture begins at 7:00 p.m. in Room 170 (Smythe Lecture Hall) in the Schroeder School of Business Building. This event is free and open to the public.

Daire Koegh, professor of history at Dublin City University, will be the speaker. His topic will be “Ireland's Revolution 1916: Patrick Pearse and Education.”

Keogh has served as president of St Patrick’s College Drumcondra since 2012. He has published extensively on the history of popular politics, religion, and education in Ireland. He has a strong profile as a historian and an educationalist. He has lectured widely at universities in Europe, America, and Australia.

A former Government of Ireland senior research fellow, Keogh is currently principal investigator of an Irish Research Council funded project to publish the extensive correspondence of Cardinal Paul Cullen.

Keogh is a graduate of the National University of Ireland, Trinity College, the Gregorian University in Rome, and Glasgow University.

Fiddick, for whom the Fiddick Memorial Lecture is named, served as professor of history at the University of Evansville from 1963 to 2002. In his 39 years at the University, he was a dedicated teacher, a productive scholar, and a tireless fighter in the cause of justice. His untimely death on the day of his retirement stunned the UE community, especially his many former students. It was from the former students’ efforts in particular, with the support of Fiddick’s friends and the University, that the annual Thomas C. Fiddick Memorial Lecture was established.

For more information, call UE’s Department of History at 812-488-2965.


Info You Should Know

* UE community invited to participate in Holiday Art and Crafts Sale

The Department of Art is pleased to announce its annual Holiday Art and Crafts Sale. Everyone in the UE community who creates art or crafts is welcome to participate. This includes faculty, staff, students, spouses, children, parents, relatives, and friends.

The sale will be held in the Melvin Peterson Gallery on Thursday, December 1. Doors will open at 7:00 a.m. and the sale will continue until 6:00 p.m. Participating artists and craftsmen may drop work off the day prior to the sale or on the morning of the sale before the doors open. Vendors do not need to stay with their work as art department staff and volunteers will be on site to handle the sale.

If you would like to join in this year’s Holiday Sale, or you would like more information, please contact the Department of Art at or 812-488-2043.

* Fall Dining Services survey

Let the University of Evansville Dining Services team know what you think! Head on over to Sodexo’s customer survey. Fill it out and you’ll be entered to win $50 Ace Bucks and a Foodie Basket! The survey will be open from October 17-November 2.

* Applications for 21+ status now available

For students 21 years of age or older living in Village properties or fraternities, the process to apply for 21+ status for Spring 2017 begins Monday, October 17.

All residents of the Village unit or fraternity room must:

  • Submit an application and successfully complete the 21+ education program
  • Be 21 years of age at the start of the Spring 2017 Semester (students turning 21 during Spring semester will be considered upon successful completion of the program and one’s birthday).

Find all application materials and workshop dates on the alcohol policy 21+ website.


* Fight Cancer, one beard at a time!

Calling all bearded men and their friends! Grow a beard and fight cancer by signing up for UE's Battle of the Beards against USI. Your $5 registration fee qualifies you for participation in both Battle of the Beards (you could win a Buffalo Wild Wings gift card) and Relay for Life. Can't grow a beard? That's okay! Grab a friend and sign up at the Battle of the Beards information page today. 

Questions? Contact Kerilynn Pitocco at or Lynnette Whitsitt at

* Reminder - outsourcing of USPS meter mailing services

Effective Monday, October 17, UE distribution services/mail services begins outsourcing the metering of United States Postal Service domestic and international mail (letters, flats, etc.) and USPS domestic parcels to Data Mail Inc., a local third party vendor. UE mail services will no longer have equipment to meter mail and/or process parcels for shipment in-house after Friday, October 14.

What Is Changing!

  • UE will no longer have a USPS meter or mailing equipment. Additionally, UE will no longer have a UPS account or UPS shipping equipment.
  • The current UE mail processing form has been updated and re-named the UE USPS Mail/Parcel Processing Request form. Also, instructions are available titled UE USPS Mail/Parcel Processing Request Form Instructions. Both are available on the mail services website on AceLink Areas under Forms & Instructions.
  • Current yellow UE account barcode cards are being replaced with new cards titled UE account barcode card provided by Data Mail Inc. A sample of the new UE account barcode card and instructions are available on the mail services website on AceLink Areas under Forms & Instructions. Departments having existing yellow account barcode cards are asked to turn these cards in to Mail Services to be exchanged for new Data Mail Inc. generated UE account barcode cards. Beginning Monday, October 17, four un-laminated UE account barcode cards will be distributed followed by 8-10 laminated UE account barcode Cards.
  • UE mail services will no longer provide UPS services due to low outgoing package volumes, removal of equipment, and upcoming UPS rate increases on average of 4.9 percent with an overall increase of 9 percent for packages weighing 1-10 pounds. Departments desiring UPS services may contact UPS directly, set up a department account, request a site pickup, and pay UPS directly with a UE Pcard.
  • Departments desiring to ship USPS International parcels will go directly to a local post office, complete the required USPS documentation (customs forms, etc.), and pay USPS directly with a UE Pcard. The same can be accomplished with UPS but typically at a much higher cost.

What Remains the Same!

UE distribution services/mail services will continue to:

  • Pickup UE incoming mail and parcels from the USPS, Monday through Friday, except for UE holidays
  • Process incoming business reply and short paid UE mail
  • Sort mail by UE campus department in the mail services area
  • Make a daily - Monday through Friday - campus mail run to deliver and/or pick up department mail that is pickup ready and includes USPS domestic and international letter mail, USPS domestic parcels, pre-stamped and sealed mail, and campus mail.
  • Deliver to residence halls as is currently performed.
* Be part of the solution

This week is It's On Us Call to Action week. Aces, this is your week to get involved and spread the message to do something if you see something happening on our campus. Stop by the Ridgway University Center lobby tables at lunch on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for giveaways and to take the pledge to be part of the solution. It's on us, UE!

* National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week: know your limits!

This week is National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week. If you make the choice to drink, consider these following tips:

  • Keep track of how much you drink by counting standard drinks.
  • Eat before and while drinking.
  • Alternate alcohol and non-alcohol drinks.
  • Avoid drinking games.
  • Space your drinks over time.
  • Do not drink too much, too fast
  • Avoid using alcohol with stimulants (caffeinated beverages).
  • Never leave your drink unattended.
  • Be cautious about drinking too much on dates or where sex is a possibility.
  • Keep in mind that choosing not to drink is ALWAYS a legitimate option

If you are interested in better understanding your own drinking patterns and risks go to eCHECKUP TO GO to take a brief, anonymous online survey with immediate feedback or contact the Office of Counseling Services at 812-488-2663 to schedule an appointment with Jamie Adams-Kemper, coordinator of Health Education and Wellness. You may also e-mail

* OGSP announces latest grant opportunities

The Office of Grants and Sponsored Programs (OGSP) would like to announce the latest round of featured grant opportunities for the Fall 2016 semester! At OGSP, we oversee federal and state funding opportunities, assisting faculty and staff in the process of applying for external funding in support of scholarly and creative activities. These activities include: basic research, applied research, fellowships, curriculum development, community outreach, international exchange, sabbatical support, and faculty-guided student research.

These are the featured opportunities for this posting:

NIH Phase I: Research on Research Integrity - Deadline: Mar 31, 2017 

NIH Support of Competitive Research (SCORE) Research Advancement Award - Deadline: Sept. 7, 2019

NEH Scholarly Additions and Translations Grant - Deadline: Dec. 7, 2016

Fellowship Opportunity:

Huntington Fellowship Opportunities - Deadlines vary

We encourage faculty and staff to contact us with any questions regarding these grants or any other opportunities. Our office is located in Olmsted Room 205 and you can reach the director of grants and sponsored programs Johnna-Denning Smith by phone at 812-488-2551 or by email at

* Submit pictures for the Study Abroad Photo Contest!

The staff of UE’s Office of Study Abroad is looking for some new photos of students who have studied abroad in the past, and they are hoping you can help! They have set up a photo contest in the hopes that you’ll submit your pictures to be hung in their office and to also be used in future marketing materials.

In order to get a good variety of photos, they have created a few categories for pictures that they are looking for. They are:

1. Your university: Send pictures of you in front of your university/on your campus to highlight your home away from home.
2. The great outdoors: They’d love any pictures that highlight the environment and capture the beauty of where you studied.
3. Harlaxton: Harlaxton gets its own category because it’s so popular. Send photos of your time at Harlaxton and around the manor.
4. Live like a local: Do you have any pictures of yourself engaging in local activities or participating in cultural traditions? Send them!
5. Artistic eye: Have any unique pictures that capture something special about your trip? Did you take a picture you think is particularly artistic? Send them in!

There will be a table at the International Education Week Marketplace on November 14 from 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., where votes can be cast to select the photo contest winners. Stop by to cast your vote! The top voted picture from each category will be hung in the study abroad office.

Only three to four submissions will be allowed per person. Along with each image, include where the photo was taken and what category you think it belongs in. Please submit your pictures to

All pictures must be submitted by November 4.

* Underclass yearbook pictures this week

Underclass pictures will be taken October 20 from 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. and October 21 from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. in the Ridgway University Center lobby for the 2017 yearbook. It's free - and it only takes a few minutes. Stop by!

* Spring housing cancellation deadline

Students, the deadline to cancel your UE housing contract for the spring semester is November 1. Stop by the residence life office to cancel your housing contract without penalty for the spring semester if you will be:

  • Attending Harlaxton or studying abroad
  • In an internship, co-op, or clinical outside of the Evansville area
  • Moving into a fraternity house
  • Transferring, withdrawing, or graduating

Requests not falling in the above categories are typically not granted. Requests to move off campus to live with friends or move into an apartment are not sufficient reasons to cancel a UE housing contract. Entering into any other housing agreement or lease with a private landlord will have no effect upon the conditions of your contract with the University of Evansville.

For more information, contact the residence life staff or visit our website.

* Student participants needed for online study regarding opinions on death penalty

University of Evansville undergraduate students are needed for a study regarding opinions on the death penalty. This study is being conducted online by Alexandra Zurawicki, Miranda Nelson, and Alice Daum as a part of Psychology 246 (Research Methods in Psychology). The study is only open to UE undergraduates 18 or older, and is worth one point of extra credit for certain psychology and neuroscience classes. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the study, please e-mail the researchers at,, or



* Robert Dion interviewed on politics in Indiana

Robert Dion, chair of the Department of Law, Politics, and Society, was recently interviewed by Indiana Business Journal for an article about Indiana politics during this election season. You can read the complete article online.


Harlaxton Happenings

* Green publishes article

David Green, senior lecturer in British studies at Harlaxton College has published an article in the Journal of Medieval Military History titled "‘Imperial Policy and Military Strategy in the Plantagenet Dominions, c.1337-c.1453."’



* Aces complete Dayton Invitational

The University of Evansville Men’s And Women’s Golf teams played their final round of 18 on Tuesday to complete the Dayton Invitational at NCR Country Club.

Kayla Katterhenry and Lexie Sollman were the top performers for the ladies. Katterhenry equaled her opening round score, finishing the final round with a 78. She finished in 24th with a 156. Sollman tied for 48th place. She was the Aces’ #2 golfer on the day and for the event. After opening with an 83, Sollman lowered her score to a 79, totaling 162 for the event.

Two behind her was Maggine Camp. She dropped her score by two strokes in the final round, registering an 81 to notch 164 to tie for 53rd. Madison Chaney carded an 86 in the final round to finish with a 171 while Giulia Mallmann completed the day with an 88, notching a total of 172.

Evansville came home in 13th on the team side with a 652. They were five shots outside of the top ten. Findlay swept the team and individual championships. A 589 gave them the team win by 13 shots over Oakland while Shelby Warner fired off the lowest round of the event – a 3-under 70 – to beat teammate Makenzie Torres by five shots.

Jon Pick was the low of the day for the men. A 5-over 76 gave him a 154 for the tournament. That tied him for 42nd on the leaderboard. Topping the Aces at the tournament was Tyler Gray. After a 1-over 72 on Monday, Gray carded a 78 on Tuesday to finish with a 150, tying for 16th.

Wil Pahud tied for 29th place. He checked in with a 77 on Tuesday to complete the event with a 152. Pick was third for the Aces while Cameron Weyer was fourth on the squad. His final round total finished at an 82 and he finished with a 162. Noah Reese completed the tournament with a 163 with Zac Turi shooting a 166.

As a team, UE came home in 13th place with a final total of 616. In a highly-competitive tournament, Evansville was just ten strokes away from a top five finish and 12 outside of the top three. Michigan extended its lead to take the team win, notching a 580. Dayton took second with a 588. Ian Kim and Nick Carlson of the Wolverines tied for medalist with Kim clinching the win in a one-hole playoff.

For the men, this was their final event of the fall. The ladies will be in Evansville next week, hosting the Braun Intercollegiate on Monday and Tuesday at Oak Meadow.

* Women's Soccer set for return to Arad McCutchan Stadium

After taking a break from competitive play last week, the University of Evansville Women’s Soccer team will play three of the most consequential regular season matches of the season, beginning today as Indiana State will pay a visit to Arad McCutchan Stadium.

The Aces, who are 3-10-1 overall, have impressed so far in three regular season Missouri Valley Conference matches, posting a 2-1-0 mark. The Sycamores represent the first obstacle for UE, and the team will continue play later this week versus league-leading Illinois State before wrapping up the season later this month at Missouri State. If the Aces were to get past all three, as they did a season ago, they would lay claim to the MVC regular season crown.

The Aces will be looking to bounce back from a 1-0 setback earlier this month at Loyola as the host Ramblers picked up a late goal to hand UE its first conference loss of the season. If UE is going to get back on track, the team will be looking to get leading scorer Bronwyn Boswell back in the scoring column. The senior out of Frisco, Texas, hasn’t found the net in the last seven matches after bagging five goals in the first nine matches.

Montana Portenier, who has also enjoyed notable season after missing all of last year due to injury, is the only other player with multiple goals for UE, finding the net twice. Molly Lear, JBess Ruby, Mikayla Harvey, and Colleen Dierkes have each scored as well.

Defensively, the Aces have been buoyed by freshman defenders Samantha Brown and Olivia Panella, who have become regular starters on the outside, and all-conference first-teamer Emily Richardson has been solid in the heart of the back line. Whitney Biggs has played every minute in goal for UE, logging three shutouts in the process.

Meanwhile, Indiana State will be looking to halt its three-match winless skid, which includes an overtime loss at Tennessee as well as a scoreless draw with Northern Iowa. The Sycamores are 6-9-1 overall and 1-2-1 in conference play.

Kickoff today is slated for 6:00 p.m.


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