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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

* Fall Conference 2017

The University of Evansville Fall Conference is today, Tuesday, August 15. A dessert reception will welcome everyone back to campus in the Bernhardt Atrium in the Schroeder School of Business Building at 12:30 p.m. The Fall Conference begins 1:30 p.m. in Shanklin Theatre.

Submitted by Tracey Folden

* Fall Conference concurrent sessions 2017

Fall Conference concurrent sessions are Wednesday, August 16, in the Schroeder School of Business Building. All UE employees are encouraged to attend beginning at 9:00 a.m. A light continental breakfast will be available in the lobby.

You can find out more details about the individual sessions by signing into AceLink. The information is listed under Areas on the Academic Affairs page.

Submitted by Tracey Folden


Upcoming Events

* Hochwender to speak at Science with a Twist today

Professor of biology Cris Hochwender will be speaking at Bokeh Lounge today - Wednesday. August 16 - at 6:30 p.m. His talk on loss of habitat and the survival of native species is part of a series called Science with a Twist, a novel forum to learn about cutting-edge topics in science and technology from leading experts.

Mitch Luman from Evansville Museum has created this forum to provide an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Everyone has fun at Science with a Twist, from those completely unfamiliar with science to self-identified “science geeks.”

Science with a Twist is open to anyone and everyone. Join us at the Bokeh Lounge, have a beverage, and feed your mind. The night will include science trivia, a time to socialize, and an opportunity to talk about what we can all do to help the survival of native species.


Info You Should Know

* Distribution services mail/parcel reminder

Just a friendly reminder, as the start of fall semester is upon us, UE distribution services only receives and processes mail and packages that are UE business related. Distribution services does not accept personal packages and mail for UE employees from carriers. For liability reasons, employees should have personal mail and packages delivered to their home address.

Submitted by Kim Winsett

* Scam alert - copiers/printers

Individuals on campus are again randomly receiving scam calls from individuals requesting departmental printer and/or copier information (model or serial numbers, cartridge numbers, etc.). Keep in mind, UE current printer/copier vendors already have access to UE equipment and supply information and will NEVER call departments requesting any information. In some cases, scammers are calling for individuals by name, saying that they need copier/printer information for repair purposes and/or special toner pricing.

A scammer's intent is to obtain information and to bill the University. PLEASE DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY INFORMATION. Simply tell the caller that you are not authorized to provide information or order copier supplies and refer them to the Office of Administrative Services. Usually this quickly ends the conversation.

If you receive a scam call, please report it to Kim Winsett, Office of Administrative Services, at ext. 2940.

Submitted by Kim Winsett

* Final Thursday afternoon golf outing of the summer

The employees of the University of Evansville have had the opportunity to play golf with other UE employees this summer. Thursday, August 10, at 3:00 p.m. will be the last outing for this year at Fendrich Golf Course. You can reserve your tee time my contacting Debbie Kassenbrock at or 488-2605.

Submitted by Debbie Kassenbrock

* Textbooks are ready - are you?

Textbooks are ready in the UE Bookstore for either purchase in the store or online at the UE Bookstore website Get them early to avoid the rush. We have new, used, rental, and eBook options available for most books. And keep in mind if you're short on cash you can charge your textbooks to your student account up to $1,000 per semester. There's no reason to wait!

Submitted by Doug Gustwiller



* Ian McGrath named to MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List

Evansville men’s soccer senior midfielder Ian McGrath has been named to the prestigious MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List.

The senior standout from New Lenox, Illinois, led the Aces in goals with 11 and points with 24 during the 2016 campaign, tallying game-winning goals against Marshall, Drake, and Missouri State. McGrath also finished first in the Missouri Valley Conference in shots taken and second in both goals and assists. 

The 15 semifinalists for the 2017 MAC Hermann Trophy will be determined by All-America voting conducted by NCAA Division I men's soccer coaches with oversight from the United Soccer Coaches NCAA Division I Men's Senior College All-America Committee. It is important to note that all NCAA Division I players are eligible to be named a MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist. The Watch List simply serves as a preliminary identification of candidates in contention for the highest individual honor in college soccer.

McGrath and the Aces open training camp today, with the exhibition opener against IUPUI scheduled for Sunday, August 20 at 7:00 p.m. at Arad McCutchan Stadium.


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