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Thursday, May 31, 2018

Upcoming Events

* RE-Thinking Diversity Summer Series: Dialogue on Race Offers First Session June 6

This summer the Office of Diversity Initiatives will offer one-hour session that will provide interactive dialogue to allow
campus participants to think and discuss about how to re-think everything you ever knew about race. The sessions will provide solution-oriented steps and strategies as well as resources for participants.

The first session will be offered on Wednesday, June 6, entitled, "Past to the Present," and participants must RSVP by Monday, June 4. The discussion will center around racism in the United States, its long and appalling past and presented by Rob Shelby, PhD, assistant professor/sociology.

The session will begin at noon at the Diversity Resource Center, 436 Weinbach Avenue (The House with the Purple Door.) Participants are encouraged to bring their lunch but drinks and snacks will also be offered.

Sessions are intended for any campus members and friends (i.e., faculty, staff, students, alumni or administrators). Anyone attending all of the sessions will be given a certificate of completion of Diversity and Inclusion at UE at the end of the summer sessions.

Submitted by LaNeeca Williams lw161@evansville.edu

* 2018 Wesley Shepard Summer Music Camp

Register your child for the 2018 Wesley Shepard Music Camp, June 10-16 at UE! For more information on the camp and registration, please visit: www.evansville.edu/majors/music/outreachSummerCamp.cfm

Submitted by Hayden McClure hm93@evansville.edu 

* Walter McCarty Basketball Camp

Walter McCarty Basketball Camp for grades 2-8 is planned for June 11-14. The cost is $250. There is a UE staff discount of 10 percent with the promo code uembbemp. Register online at WalterMcCartyBasketballCamps.com.

Info You Should Know

* Payroll Deduction Information

Many of our employees make gifts to UE year after year using payroll deduction. Maybe you didn’t know about payroll deduction or how to initiate the process. It is very simple – complete the Campus Campaign Pledge Form found on AceLink located in the Development and Alumni Relations area. Easy as that! There are two options. One is a yearly payroll deduction where it ends on May 31, 2019 and the other is a recurring payroll deduction that continues until you tell us otherwise. You can designate your gift to any area(s) on campus.

This is just one option for giving. Whether you decide to make a payroll deduction gift, purchase a UE license plate, give at a certain time of the year, or wait until Pep and Vim (April 12, 2019), all gifts are important and have immediate impacts on our campus and our students. Thank you for your True and Loyal support!!

If you would like more information on the payroll deduction process or giving in general, please contact Jennifer Calderone at jj130@evansville.edu or ext. 2021.

Submitted by Jennifer Calderone jj130@evansville.edu

* Thursday afternoon golf outing

The employees of the University of Evansville are again invited to play golf with other UE employees on Thursday afternoons starting May 31 during the summer months. The UE golf outings will be on Thursday afternoons at 3:00 p.m. at Fendrich golf course. You can reserve your tee time by contacting Debbie Kassenbrock in the Center for Academic Advising at dk26@evansville.edu or 812-488-2605 by 10:00 a.m. on the morning of the outing.

Submitted by Debbie Kassenbrock dk26@evansville.edu

* Summer Health Screenings

Earn HRA credits by participating in On-Site Health Screenings. Screenings will be held in the Employee Health Clinic. Sign-up on AceLink. Remember to fast for 8-10 hours before your screenings. Contact Ashley Chipps with questions at ac375@evansville.edu

Congratulations

* Ranganathan appointed to fellowship in ethics

Bharat Ranganathan, 2016-17 visiting assistant professor of religion, has been named the Beamer-Schneider SAGES Fellow in Ethics in the Department of Philosophy at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Ranganathan will be a full-time lecturer in ethics, and will also lead a monthly professional development series on the incorporation of ethical learning in general education classes. In addition, he will support the activities of the Beamer-Schneider Ethics/Morals Table.

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