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Friday, February 16, 2018

* Help us welcome future Aces during Road Trip 2018!

The Office of Admission will host more than 200 admitted high school seniors this weekend at our annual Road Trip event, February 16-18.

You’re invited to help us greet the future Aces as they arrive on campus today from 4:30-7:00 p.m. in the Carson Center Lobby. High school students from across the country will either drive in, fly in, or ride a bus to campus for a fun filled weekend preview of life as a UE student. Come join in on the fun!

Learn more about Road Trip online here.

* UE to Celebrate its 164th Founders Day on Sunday, February 18

The University of Evansville will observe its 164th Founders Day on Sunday, February 18. The celebration, which is free and open to the public, includes a worship service and convocation and a Founders Day Luncheon.

Founders Day is observed each year at UE to mark the incorporation of Moores Hill College, the move to Evansville, the charter as Evansville College, and the University’s officially becoming the University of Evansville.

The worship service and convocation is at 11:00 a.m. in Neu Chapel. The service will feature the Edgar M. McKown Lecture. This year's speaker will be Rev. Mitchell Gieselman, UE graduate and superintendent of the southwest district, Indiana conference, United Methodist Church. His topic will be “Still Founding after all These Years.”

Immediately following the worship service and convocation, the celebration will conclude with the Founders Day Luncheon in Eykamp Hall of Ridgway University Center. Alumni Awards will be given to UE alumni who have achieved personal success and contributed exceptional services to their community and the University.

This year’s award recipients are: Jennifer and David Pollock, Distinguished Alumni Award; Angela Stocklin, Young Alumna Award; Sharon and Thomas Kazee, Samuel Orr Honorary Alumni Award; and Richard Werking, Edie Bates Volunteer Service Award.

For more information, contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at 812 488-2586 or 

* Parking on Sesquicentennial Oval limited today

Parking on the Sesquicentennial Oval will be limited today. A number of parking spaces will be reserved for members of the University’s Board of Trustees.


What's Happening Today

* Softball travels south to Athens, Georgia

Another trip south will see the University of Evansville softball team head to Athens, Georgia, this weekend for the Red & Black Showcase, which is being hosted by the University of Georgia.

Evansville will take on Winthrop to open play on today at 11:30 a.m. CT before facing the Bulldogs and Eagles on Saturday. Sunday will feature the Aces playing Samford in the morning before wrapping the tournament up with an ESPN3 contest against Georgia. 

Freshman Eryn Gould batted .600 in her first week of play and earned MVC Newcomer of the Week honors for her efforts. Gould slugged 1.300 at the Mardi Gras Classic and had six hits in 10 plate appearances while hitting two doubles, a triple and a home run. She had three RBIs and four runs scored while getting on base 63.6% of the time; her top game of the weekend came against Samford where she went 3-4 with three runs batted in and two runs scored.

Three freshmen (Eryn Gould, Lindsay Renneisen, Allison Daggett) started all three games in the opening weekend of action in Louisiana while Elyse Hickey made two starts. The four combined to hit three of the Aces seven homers of the weekend while accounting for 11 of the teams 25 RBI. Gould was named the league Newcomer of the Week on Monday. Renneisen hit a pair of home runs over the weekend including a long ball in the first at-bat of her college career. Daggett batted a solid .250 while drawing three walks while Hickey hit a 3-RBI double in her first game against Samford.

Brittany Hay shifted from shortstop to the outfield and made the adjustment look easy in the first week of action, notching four putouts while hitting .375 at the plate. She recorded her first home run of the season in Friday’s opener against Samford while notching two hits, three runs and three RBI.

Morgan Florey has been Evansville’s top pitcher over the last two seasons and appears to be in midseason form already. She made the start in the win over Eastern Illinois and pitched all five innings allowing just two hits while striking out 11 batters.

UE’s opening opponent – Winthrop – starts their season Friday and did not play last weekend. Georgia is currently ranked 17th in the nation and has gotten off to a 4-1 start in last week’s Kajikawa Classic in Arizona. The Bulldogs picked up top 25 wins over 15th-ranked Utah and #19 BYU. Their only defeat came to Oregon, who was ranked third. Samford stands at 0-5 and fell to the Purple Aces last Friday, 14-6.

* Musical Madness during Road Trip Weekend

The Annual Musical Madness performances will be held today and tomorrow during Road Trip Weekend. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased online at or by paying with cash or check in the Center for Student Engagement.

Submitted by Geoff Edwards 

* UE Bookstore Roadtrip Hours & Sale

The UE Bookstore will be offering 15% OFF all clothing and gift purchases today and tomorrow Saturday during Roadtrip Weekend. Hours today are 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday hours are 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Stop in and browse.

Submitted by Doug Gustwiller 

* RecycleMania 2018 is underway!

The 2018 RecycleMania tournament is underway! The competition goes until March 31, and encourages waste reduction and recycling on campuses nationwide.

UE is one of 297 schools participating in 48 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. UE will compete in several weight-based categories that measure recycling and waste reduction per capita, as well as overall campus recycling weights as a percentage of total waste generated.

RecycleMania is about more than simply winning. It is a time to engage the entire campus community in awareness and action to reduce waste, recycle more and protect the environment. More information can be found at

So start recycling! Check upcoming AceNotes for more information on UE’s results, competition activities and more. For questions, call ext. 2697 or e-mail

Submitted by Amber Elkins

* UE Bookstore Under Armour Sale

The UE Bookstore is offering 25% OFF all remaining Under Armour items in the store February 12-17. Discount is off the original price of the item. Items include tee shirt, shorts, quarter zips and more. Sale ends February 17.

Submitted by Doug Gustwiller 

* Attention UE Students: Join in on the Road Trip Fun!

The Office of Admission will be hosting Road Trip today - Friday, February 16 - through Sunday, February 18. Thank you to everyone that has volunteered to assist with the events and hosting this weekend. We have many activities scheduled for the Road Trippers and would like to invite current UE students to take part in the fun. The following activities are open to both Road Trippers and current students:

Friday, February 16:
• 7:30-9:00- Ultimate Trivia - Café Court
• 7:30-11:30- Game Station - 1959 Gallery, second floor of Ridgway University Center
• 9:45-Midnight- Karaoke - Café Court

Saturday, February 17:
• 12:00-5:00 p.m. - Habitat for Humanity Barn Blitz, Small Gym, Carson Center
• 2:30-4:30 p.m. - Historical WWII Tour of Evansville - Dr. James MacLeod (buses will leave at 2:15)*
• 2:15-5:00 p.m. - Mesker Park Zoo and Botanical Gardens (buses will leave at 2:00) *
• 3:30-5:30 p.m. - Bowling at River City Recreation (buses will leave at 3:10) *
• 7:00-9:00 p.m. - WIRED Coffee House and Music Venue (buses will leave at 6:45 p.m. *
• 10:00-Midnight - Hypnotist- Carson Center- Meeks Family Court- Large Gym (Sponsored by the Admission Ambassadors and the Student Government Association)

*Indicated the activity is off campus.  Buses will leave from Walnut Street outside Ridgway University Center.

Enjoy the weekend and “Go Road Trip!”

* UE Theatre presents "Sense and Sensibility"

The University of Evansville Department of Theatre presents its third production of the season, Kate Hamill’s Sense and Sensibility, based on the novel by Jane Austen. This production opened February 16, in Shanklin Theatre. Additional performances are at 7:30 p.m. tonight - February 23 - and February 24, and at 2:00 p.m. on February 25.

Reputation, redemption, and romance - this feisty new play is a fresh and witty take on the Jane Austen story audiences know and love. When the Dashwood sisters suddenly find themselves at the bottom of the social food chain, the quest to claw their way back to the top consumes them. High society and wicked gossip collide in a whirlwind of scandal and passion and betrayal. Oh, my!

Professor of theatre Diane Brewer directs Sense and Sensibility. Elizabeth Tredinnick, a senior from Madison, Wisconsin, serves as scenic designer; assistant professor of theatre Sarah J. Smith is the costume designer; Baxter Pitt, a senior from Dallas, Texas, is the lighting designer; Austin Kuhn, a sophomore from Evansville, serves as sound designer; Jesse Robkin, a senior from Duvall, Washington, is the dramaturg; Jalyn Kowalski, a junior from Lanesville, Indiana, is the stage manager; and assistant technical director Adam Rager serves as technical director.

The cast features junior Alexi Lewis, from Seattle, Washington, as Elinor Dashwood; junior Alexandra Curren, from McKinney, Texas, as Marianne Dashwood; freshman Emma Tolleson, from Temple, Texas, as Margaret Dashwood; freshman Jordan Williams, from Edmonds, Washington, as Mrs. Dashwood; freshman Luke Moran, from Mount Vernon, Iowa, as John Dashwood; junior Matthew McDonald, from Carmel, Indiana, as Edward Ferrars; junior Kathleen Finch, from College Station, Texas, as Fanny Dashwood; junior Marshall Hopkins, from Baldwin City, Kansas, as Colonel Brandon; freshman Jackson Burnham, from Houston, Texas, as John Willoughby; sophomore Luke Lowrance, from Arlington, Texas, as Sir John Middleton; junior Meredith Ham, from Castle Rock, Colorado, as Mrs. Jennings; sophomore Alexis Seay, from Louisville, Kentucky, as Lady Middleton; senior Paige Ward, from Round Rock, Texas, as Lucy Steele; freshman Grace Maddux, from Dubuque, Iowa, as Anne Steele; freshman Evan Lawson, from Arvada, Colorado, as Robert Ferrars; and junior Amanda Suggs, from Cedar Park, Texas, as Lead Gossip/Mrs. Ferrars.

Ticket prices are $18 for adults and $16 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty and staff.

UE students may obtain one free student rush ticket beginning at noon on the day of the performance they wish to attend.

Following Sense and Sensibility, the 2017-18 Shanklin Theatre Season closes with Frank Galati’s Grapes of Wrath, based on the novel by John Steinbeck, April 13-22, which concludes the 50th anniversary of Shanklin Theatre.

Tickets may be purchased by calling 812-488–2031, Monday through Friday, noon to 5:00 p.m.


Upcoming Events

* 20th anniversary performance: Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues

UE4SHE and the Office of Diversity are sponsoring a 20th anniversary production of The Vagina Monologues. The performance is scheduled for Thursday March 15 at 7:00 p.m. in Hyde 126. Auditions and the first rehearsal will be held in Hyde 126 on Tuesday February 20 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. and are open to all who identify as women. In addition to performers, volunteers are also needed to work with lighting, music, video, ticket sales, set design, and other jobs. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Albion Fellows Bacon Center in Evansville. Questions? Please contact Anne Brunache at or Annette Parks, chair of the history department, at Join us as to help end violence against women and girls!

Submitted by Annette Parks

* Turpin to lecture on "A Journey: Monocytes, HIV Prevention, and UE"

The University of Evansville will welcome Jim A. Turpin, PhD, from the National Institutes of Health for a free public lecture today - Thursday, February 22 - at 4:00 p.m. in Vectren Lecture Hall, room 100 of the Koch Center for Engineering and Science on UE’s campus.

Find this event on Facebook for the latest information and updates.

Turpin’s lecture, titled "A Journey: Monocytes, HIV Prevention, and UE," will be part of a three-day campus visit hosted by the departments of biology and public health at UE. Turpin is a 1980 alumnus of UE’s biology department.

As a program officer and branch chief at NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Turpin conducts and supports basic and applied research to better understand and ultimately prevent a HIV/AIDS infection. Turpin conducts and supports basic and applied research focused on developing new and better methods for prevention of HIV/AIDS transmission in healthy uninfected adolescents, men and women.

Turpin’s responsibilities at the NIAID include oversight and management of the preclinical non-vaccine biomedical prevention preclinical program.  He is the program officer and contact for the following grant programs: Integrated Preclinical/Clinical Program for HIV Topical Microbicides (IPCP-HTM), Prevention Innovation Program (PIP), Mucosal Environment and HIV Prevention Program (MEHP), Sustained Release Antiretrovirals for HIV Treatment and Prevention (SRATP), and Risk of Adolescence and Injury in HIV Susceptibility (RAIS). He is the lead for the DAIDS Non-vaccine Biomedical Prevention Sustained Release and Multipurpose Prevention Technologies programs.  His branch also oversees the Comprehensive Resources for HIV Topical Microbicide and Biomedical Prevention (CRMP) contract, which supports provision of gap-filling resources for topical microbicide and prevention development for product sponsors and best practice working groups.

For more information, contact Dale Edwards, Department of Biology,

* Scholars for Syria to screen documentary on Syria's disappeared

Scholars for Syria invites the community to the Indiana premiere of “Syria’s Disappeared: The Case Against Assad.” The one-hour documentary will be screened tonight - February 22 - at 7:00 p.m. in Room 170 in the Schroeder School of Business Building. This event is free and open to the public.

By weaving together the personal stories of three Syrians with evidence gathered from regime documentation smuggled out of Syria, this documentary tells the hidden story of tens of thousands of men, women and children disappeared by the regime of President Bashar al-Assad into a network of clandestine detention centers. With unprecedented access, the film follow survivors of detention, families of detainees, regime defectors, and international war crimes investigators as they fight to bring the perpetrators to justice and desperately campaign for the release of the disappeared.

This film screening is the opening event of Scholars for Syria’s 2018 Spring Speaker Series.

For more information, contact Gail Vignola at 812-488-2218.

Submitted by Gail Vignola

* Need spring break plans?

Venturing Crew is going to Red River Gorge March 3-6 for $130 (nonrefundable.) The group will backpack and go outdoor rock climbing and rappelling. Price includes transportation, food, gear, and climbing/permits. Sign-up next Monday-Wednesday in Ridgway University Center during lunch and dinner hours. Questions? E-mail

Submitted by Sydney Winstead

* UE Habitat Barn Blitz Information Meeting

Due to an overwhelming amount of interest regarding UE Habitat Barn Blitz, there will be two upcoming informational meetings for anyone who would like to participate.

The first meeting will be Saturday, February 17 from noon-1:00 and the second will be Monday, February 19 from 10:00-11:00 a.m. Both meetings will be in Room 250 in Schroeder School of Business Building.

Anyone who is interested or who has questions about how to get involved with the event is welcome to come to a meeting

Submitted by Greta Becker

* MOD Pizza Giveback today

Phi Mu is having a giveback night for Phi Mu Foundation from 4:00-9:00 p.m. this evening.

Submitted by Kelly Nixon 

* Free HIV screening today

Matthew 25 will be at the Health Center today - Tuesday, February 20 - from 9:00 a.m.-noon for free HIV testing. As always the testing is free, confidential, and painless. Call the Health Center at 812-488-2033 or e-mail to schedule your appointment.

Submitted by Ashley Craig 

* SAB pancake artist rescheduled for Saturday

Join SAB Saturday, February 17 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. by the information desk on the first floor of the Ridgway University Center as they welcome pancake artist Dancakes.

Dancakes has been called the first name in professional pancake art. These talented and charismatic artists create portraits and designs out of 100% edible pancake batter for events around the world, bringing joy and laughter wherever they go.

Submitted by Megan King

* March 20 Snyder Lecture Series to feature Senator Lugar and President Kazee

The University of Evansville will present a keynote conversation between former Indiana Senator Richard Lugar and UE President Thomas A. Kazee for the Spring 2018 Patricia H. Snyder Concert and Lecture Series on March 20 at 7:00 p.m.

The conversation, titled “State of our Union: Making Sense of Current Affairs,” will be held in Eykamp Hall within Ridgway University Center on the UE campus and doors will open at 6:30 p.m.

This event is free and open to the public and guests will be seated on a first-come first-served basis. Reserve your seat online here. 

This event is presented in partnership with the University of Evansville Department of Law, Politics, and Society as part of an all-day series of current events and political science events and discussions, in honor of the retirement of Dr. Thomas Kazee and his academic career as a political scientist.

The Patricia H. Snyder Concert and Lecture Series was made possible in 1997 through an endowment from the late Patricia H. Snyder, trustee and longtime friend of University, to bring speakers or performers of renown to Evansville at no cost to the public.

Find this event on Facebook for updates and reminders. 

For event questions, please contact

* Need help filing the FAFSA?

Do you need help filing the FAFSA? If so, attend College Goal Sunday on February 25 from 2:00-4:00 p.m. The event will be at Ivy Tech Community College, located at 3501 N. First Avenue in Evansville. Bring your 2016 taxes and W-2’s for parent and student!

Submitted by Trisha Hawkes


Info You Should Know

* Call for papers for Andiron Lecture Series 2018-19

UE faculty and administrators as well as members of the Evansville community are invited to submit an abstract for papers on any aspect of their research or expertise for the 2018-19 Andiron Lectures in the Liberal Arts and Sciences. All disciplines and fields of study are welcome to submit proposals.

Please send the following by e-mail:

A 50-word abstract with name, academic affiliation/ occupation, paper title, and contact information to Annette Parks at (with a Cc to Cheryl Emmons at Emmons will forward these to the Andiron Lecture Committee for consideration.

Nominations for off-campus speakers can be sent by e-mail to Parks at with a Cc to Emmons at; Emmons will forward them to the Andiron Lecture committee for consideration.

* Men's Soccer inks 11 for 2018 campaign

University of Evansville men's soccer head coach Marshall Ray led the Purple Aces to a second-straight 10 win season in 2017 and looks to keep the success rolling with the announcement of 11 signees to the program.

"We have a solid core returning from our 2017 team, but with the departures of our senior class there are roles to fill for the 2018 season," said Aces head coach Marshall Ray. "We have returning players who we will step up and assume those responsibilities, but also anticipate our 2018 class will come in and provide support and compete for time the day training camp starts. We are excited to get these guys to Evansville and have them continue their soccer careers on the north bank of the Ohio River."

Evansville is coming off a 2017 campaign that saw Ray lead his squad to its second-straight double-digit win season and the 29th winning season in program history. Amassing an 11-8-2 record, the Aces advanced to the semifinals of the MVC Tournament before falling in penalty kicks. The back-to-back double-digit win seasons were the first since the 1995 and 1996 seasons. At the conclusion of the year, Evansville ended the season as the highest rated MVC program in the RPI.

The Aces' 2018 signing class includes forwards Jakub Hall (West Lafayette, Ind.) and Riley Hogan (West Lafayette, Ind.), midfielders Ben Godden (Carmel, Ind.), Ryan Harris (Franklin, Tenn.), James Pearce (Memphis, Tenn.), Seth Strader (Calvert, Ky.), and Brian Zambrano (Des Plaines, Ill.), wingers Davis Peck (Gilbert, Ariz.) and Logan Muck (Independence, Ky.) and defenders Ryan Albrinck (Cincinnati, Ohio) and Johan Helander (Malmo, Sweden).

* Interested in living in the Villages for 2018-19?

Students interested in living next year in Village housing (townhouses, Jones Hall, apartments, or houses) should plan to attend an information meeting.

Information meetings will be Tuesday, February 20 at 4:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. in Eykamp 251, Ridgway University Center. During the information meetings, we will discuss how you can apply for Village housing for 2018-19.

If you have questions, please contact Residence Life or view our housing assignments flowchart –

Submitted by Brian Conner

* UE makes it to final Ashoka round!

After an incredible campus-wide effort for the Ashoka visit back in October, UE has successfully progressed to the final step of the Ashoka Changemaker Campus vetting process. Geoff Edwards, Jill Griffin, and Erin Lewis will travel to Boston on April 3 to make the final presentation and participate in interviews with change leaders from around the country.

Congratulations to the Ashoka Visit Planning Committee, the Change Team, and all the faculty, staff, and students who made the campus visit one of the most inspiring the reviewers had ever seen.

In the Site Visit Report, the reviewers shared the following:

“We sensed that students, faculty and staff felt empowered and were eager to address challenges both on and off-campus. The belief in possibility and transformation was palpable. We are excited about the potential contribution UE could make to the Changemaker Campus Network, the field of social innovation and changemaking in higher education, and a world in which everyone can realize their full potential as a changemaker.”

A full version of the report as well as other resources for changemaking can be found on Acelink at

Submitted by Cindy Kelley 

* Deadline today to sign up for BSU trip to visit Freedom Center and see Black Panther movie

The deadline to sign up for the Black Student Union trip to Cincinnati, Ohio, is today - Friday, February 16. The trip is planned for Saturday, February 24. 

BSU is hosting the trip in celebration of Black History Month. The group is going to Cincinnati to visit the Underground Railroad Freedom Center and see the Black Panther movie which premieres February 16.

The trip is free for all UE students except for meals and keepsakes, with a $20 deposit returned the day of the trip. Campus members are invited to participate as well but only transportation is provided.

Seating is limited, which is why there is a deadline of February 16 to register for the event. Registration forms can be picked up at the Office of Diversity Initiatives in Olmsted room 234 or from any BSU executive member.

All interested students/campus members should stop by the Office of Diversity Initiatives in Room 234 in Olmsted Administration Hall, to register and pay the deposit.

Submitted by LaNeeca Williams 

* Dion interviewed by Courier & Press about 8th District candidates

Robert Dion, chair for law, politics, and society, was interviewed by the Evansville Courier & Press about the sudden exit of two 8th District Democratic congressional candidates this week. You can read the article on the Courier website.

* Kopta awarded patent for assessment system in medicine

Professor of psychology Mark Kopta has been awarded a patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the CelestHealth System-MD, an electronic system that assesses the effects of medications across medical visits.

The system allows the physician to understand the treatment outcomes for an individual patient, all patients in the physician’s practice, and patients being treated by all medical practices using the system. It can assess medication effectiveness related to, for example, mental health, pain, tumor size, blood chemistry.

Kopta’s CelestHealth Research Group continues to test the system at Johns Hopkins University.

* UE surplus property

Good news! Does your department needs something that doesn’t have to be brand new like a piece of furniture or equipment? Check out the new surplus (property disposal) website on AceLink Areas at and let your need be known.

Once on the website, click on the "Wish List Email Request for Surplus Property" link to complete the request, copy and paste it into an e-mail to Surplus requests will be matched to surplus property as it becomes available on a first come, first served basis.

Be sure to check out the new website for additional information.

Submitted by Kim Winsett 

* Proposal Deadline FEBRUARY 20 for UE's Environmental Sustainability Challenge

Want to make an impact on environmental sustainability, but need funds to get your ideas off the ground? Submit a proposal for UE’s Environmental Sustainability Challenge to have your projects considered for funding from the Green Fund.

Submission Deadline: February 20, 2018

The Green Fund began with a $25,000 environmental sustainability grant from Siemens, and additional funds may be generated through fundraising or savings gained through successful Environmental Sustainability Challenge projects.

Learn more about the challenge and submit a proposal online here.

Submitted by: UE's Environmental Sustainability Committee

* Now accepting Global Scholar applications for 2018-19

The Global Scholars Program offers support for faculty engaged in scholarship or curriculum development that helps prepare our students and community for global leadership, citizenry, and success. The Global Scholars Program is administered by the Institute for Global Enterprise and is made possible by the John H. Schroeder Global Scholar Endowed Fund.

Current funding will support 3-4 awards of up to $4000 each. Awards may be used for travel, research materials, conference fees, and/or other related expenses.

The deadline for full consideration is March 16. Visit the Global Scholar webpage for more details.

Submitted by Cindy Kelley 

* Admission Ambassador application deadline extended!

Looking to get involved in the Admission Ambassador organization? Apply today at

The application deadline has been extended. Applications now close Sunday, February 18 at midnight.

Please contact Taylor Williams ( or Catie Taylor ( with any questions!

Submitted by Taylor Williams 

* Registration deadline for Collegiate Career Expo is today!

Register by the end of today to attend Collegiate Career Expo. A total of 130 employers are expected at this free career fair. The event is planned for Thursday, February 22 from 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) at the Indianapolis Westin.
The University of Evansville will provide bus transportation. There is a $10 deposit required that will be refundable upon attendance. Reserve your seat now

Register for this event by the end of today - Friday, February 16. Fair registration is through UE JobLink ( Click the Jobs Tab -> CSM Jobs -> Posting #722253.

Find a list of registered employers here:

Event sponsored by:

  • Celadon
  • FitzMark, Inc.
  • Freedom Mortgage
  • GEICO Insurance Company
  • University of Southern Indiana - Graduate Studies

Submitted by Alison Morris-McDonald

* Health tip for flu and cold season: Cover your cough!

Cover your cough! Stop the spread of germs that can make you and others sick!

Here are some ways you can stop the spread of germs:

  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Put your used tissue in the waste basket.
  • If you don’t have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your upper sleeve or elbow, not your hands.
  • You may be asked to put on a face mask to protect others.
  • Wash hands often with soap and warm water for 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub.

Submitted by Ashley Craig


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