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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

* Road Trip hosts needed

The Office of Admission needs current UE students who live in the residence halls to host prospective high school seniors for Road Trip on February 15-17. If you are available, you can apply to host through Acelink, by emailing Ashley Ross ( or Jordan Hall (, or stopping by the Office of Admission, located in Room 104, Olmsted Administration Hall. The deadline to sign up has been extended to February 6.

Submitted by Ashley Ross

* 1095-C forms to be issued to employees by March 2, 2019

The Office of Fiscal Affairs will have the tax form 1095-C issued and sent for distribution by March 2, 2019. There will be an AceNotes article published as soon as they are available. To receive your form electronically, please be sure to log onto Self Service, navigate to Tax Information in the Employee section, and change your preference to consent electronic availability in the next few weeks. 

* Health Insurance Wellness Program-Premium Changes 2019-20

As previously announced during last year’s benefits open enrollment, please note the following changes that will take effect during our upcoming plan year:

For employees enrolled in the HRA health insurance plan, for coverage effective June 1, 2019, the University will implement the following premium levels based participation its wellness program:

1. For members that choose not to participate in a wellness screening at the UE Medical Clinic: premiums will increase $23 per biweekly pay ($50 per month)
2. For members that are tested as tobacco users: premiums will increase $14 per biweekly pay ($30 per month)
3. For members with two or more risk factors: premiums will increase $7 per biweekly pay ($15 per month)

Only the most recent screening results will be used in April 2019 to determine premium charges that will be effective May 2019. Last spring, employees and covered spouses were encouraged to get a screening in the 2018 summer months so that they would have plenty of time lower risk factors, if needed, so that they could get another screening by March 31, 2019. As always, screenings are available any time through the clinic at no cost.

If your spouse is covered on the UE health insurance plan, both of you would need to participate and have one or less risk factors to avoid an increased premium. However, if both the employee and spouse choose not to participate, both are tobacco users, etc., there will only be one premium increase.

* 2018 W-2s processed

W-2 forms have been processed for all employees and student workers. Employees and student workers who did not provide their consent to electronic W-2’s should receive their W-2 in the mail Saturday or Monday. If you have already provided consent to electronic W-2’s, you can view/print your W-2 now. Simply log onto Self-Service (, locate the item titled “Tax Information” either on the main page, or in the left-hand menu under “Financial Information”. Click the option “W-2 Information” and then click on 2018 W-2 Statement.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Gloria Spencer at ext. 2159 or


What's Happening Today

* This Week in Music: Student Showcase, Andiron Lecture/Recital, and Dalcroze Workshops

Student Showcase Concert
Tuesday, February 5
7:30 p.m., Wheeler Concert Hall

On Tuesday, February 5, at 7:30 p.m. in Wheeler, the University of Evansville music department will present a concert entitled Student Showcase. This recital will feature some of the department’s finest music students performing chamber music with faculty. The concert will feature works of Mozart, Ibert, Brahms, and Böhme. Admission is free and the public is warmly invited.

For full program information, visit the music department concert calendar:

Andiron Lecture and Recital
Wednesday, February 6
Lecture: 4:00 p.m., Eykamp Hall 252, Ridgway University Center
Recital: 7:30 p.m., Wheeler Concert Hall

On Wednesday, February 6, UE music professor James Sullivan will give an Andiron Lecture called “Composing Queer Music: Samuel Barber’s Despite and Still." The lecture will take place in Eykamp Hall, Room 252. A social gathering with beverages begins at 3:45 p.m. The lecture abstract is given below.

That evening at 7:30pm, there will be a recital in Wheeler Concert Hall featuring music discussed in the lecture. Performers include guest artists Matthew Valverde (tenor, Adams State University) and Allan Armstrong (piano, Indiana University), as well as UE voice faculty Alanna Keenan. The program will feature works by Schubert, Ireland, Britten, Valverde, Thomson, and Barber.

Both the lecture and the recital are open to the public. Funding for the recital is generously supported by UE’s Office of Diversity Initiatives.

Lecture Abstract: What does it mean to compose queer music? Can a piece of music sound gay? In what ways does a composer’s, listener’s, or performer’s sexuality influence the way one composes, listens to, or makes music? This talk will survey some answers to these questions from the fields of musicology and music theory and will show, as a case study, the impact that Samuel Barber’s sexuality had on the composition of his late song cycle Despite and Still.

University Choir in Indianapolis
Wednesday, February 6
7:30 p.m., Robert Park United Methodist Church

Join us in Indianapolis on Wednesday, February 6 at 7:30 p.m. for a performance by the University Choir. This special concert will take place at the Robert Park United Methodist Church located at 401 North Delaware Street, and is free and open to the public.

Composed of UE's finest vocal talent, the UE University Choir has built a reputation for performances of a wide range of choral music from various eras. In 2016, the choir performed by invitation for the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Central Region Conference in Chicago. The University Choir has also performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City in both 2011 and in 2016.

Dalcroze Workshops with Jeremy Dittus
Friday, February 8 and Saturday February 9
Times vary, see below

Join us for a Dalcorze Eurythmics Workshop with Jeremy Dittus on Friday, February 8, and Saturday, February 9. The workshop will be held in Eykamp Hall in the Ridgway Student Center. Sessions take place between 4:30-6:30 p.m. on Friday, and between 9:00 a.m.-noon and 1:00-3:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Jeremy Dittus enjoys a career as a pianist, theorist, and Dalcroze Education specialist. Dittus is the founder and director of the Dalcroze School of the Rockies in Denver, Colorado, one of the few authorized Dalcroze training centers in the United States.

If you are interested in more information about Jeremy Dittus and Dalcorze Eurythmics, visit

UE Choir on Composer Website
Congratulations to University Choir and director Dennis Malfatti for having their performance of Dominick DiOrio's "You Do Not Walk Alone" appear on the composer's website.

* Tuesday Night Recharge Mass

Join the Newman Club this Tuesday, February 5, at 8:00 p.m. in Neu Chapel to celebrate a Catholic Mass! Fr. Raab will be the celebrant. All are welcome! 


Upcoming Events

* Student Mt. Dew AMP Game Fuel Beverage Sampling - FREE

PepsiCo is sponsoring a student beverage promotional sampling event on UE campus on Thursday, February 7, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (or until the samples run out). This is an opportunity to try a sample of Mt. Dew AMP Game Fuel. Game Fuel is a beverage created for gamers, by gamers. Students be sure to try a sample on Thursday!

When: Thursday, February 7, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: Ridgway University Center under the TV monitor that is outside of the secure dining area.

Submitted by Kim Winsett

* Creative Problem Solving Workshop - February 13

Space is still available for the professional development workshop on February 13. Register online at

This workshop will provide hands-on opportunities for participants to learn about creativity and problem solving. In advance of the workshop, all participants will take the Basadur Profile, an assessment that identifies their creative problem solving style. The profile includes an individual print out and a scatter diagram for the entire team. Some of the topics addressed include the accelerating rate of change in today's society, how people gain and use knowledge, characteristics of effective creative problem solving teams, and divergent and convergent thinking.

Participants walk away with an enhanced understanding of creative problem solving and how these skills can be applied within their organization. These skills have been applied in all types of organizations, including Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, universities, government entities, schools, religious institutions, and small businesses.

Submitted by Lindsay Roberts

* Oscar watch party - Rooting for Rami

The UE Community is invited to an Oscar watch party - “Rooting for Rami” – on Sunday, February 24. The event is a celebration of the Academy Award nomination received by UE alumnus Rami Malek ’03 for his leading role of Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody. The party will be at the Sunset Ballroom, CityView at Sterling Square, located at 210 North Fulton Avenue in Evansville. Walk the carpet is at 6:00 p.m., with the live broadcast beginning at 7:00 p.m.

Admission is $100 per person and there are only 100 tickets available. All proceeds go to the John David Lutz Theatre Lab opening in Fall of 2019.

Students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community members will be in attendance and it’s open to the public.

Black-tie optional. There will be a cash bar.

You can register for the event online and you can learn more about the event on Facebook.

* I-House: Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year will be celebrated during this week's I-House on Wednesday, February 6! UE students Xinyue Bi and Liqianrui Yang will be presenting about themselves, their culture, traditions, and the celebrations on this special day. There will be Chinese food and different activities such as paper cutting, lantern making, writing in Chinese characters and firework videos. Everyone is welcome to attend!

Submitted by Megan Sicard

* Newman Dinner and Discussion: The Man, the Savior, the Question

Join the Newman Club this Wednesday, February 6 at 5:00 p.m. for our weekly dinner and discussion. This week's topic is "The Man, the Savior, the Question" hosted by Father Tyler Tenbarge. He will be talking about who Jesus is and why that matters in our life. We will be serving red pepper soup afterwards. All are welcome!

Submitted by Michaela Kunkler

* James Sullivan to speak at February Andiron Lecture

James Sullivan, University of Evansville assistant professor of music theory and double bass, will be the speaker for the Andiron Lecture on Wednesday, February 6, in Eykamp Hall, Room 252, Ridgway University Center. The lecture starts at 4:00 p.m. Sullivan's topic will be "Composing Queer Music: Samuel Barber's Despite and Still."

A social gathering with beverages will precede the lecture at 3:45 p.m. 

In addition to the lecture, there will be an evening recital of works discussed in the lecture at 7:30 p.m. in Wheeler Concert Hall, Krannert Hall of Art and Music. The recital will feature guest tenor Matthew Valverde (Adams State University), guest pianist Allan Armstrong (Indiana University, Bloomington), and UE voice faculty Alanna Keenan.

Sullivan earned a PhD in music theory and a DMA and MM in double bass performance from the Eastman School of Music, as well as a BM in double bass performance and a BS in mathematics from Indiana University. Sullivan presents regularly at conferences, including those of the Society for Music Theory, the Society for Music Perception and Cognition, Music Theory Midwest, and the International Society of Bassists. His research focuses on rhythm and meter perception in post-tonal music.

Sullivan’s Andiron Lecture brings together his interest in rhythm and meter with secondary interests in the music of Samuel Barber, queer music theory, and performance and analysis. What does it mean to compose queer music? Can a piece of music sound gay? In what ways does a composer’s, listener’s, or performer’s sexuality influence the way one composes, listens to, or makes music? This talk will survey some answers to these questions from the fields of musicology and music theory and will show, as a case study, the impact that Samuel Barber’s sexuality had on the composition of his late song cycle Despite and Still

For more information, call Annette Parks at 812-488-1070 or the William L. Ridgway College of Arts and Sciences at 812-488-2589.

* Medical Spanish Practice

The Medical Spanish Practice Group meets every two weeks to practice communication skills in Spanish. These sessions are open to anyone wanting to practice Spanish for medical settings. The first practice session this semester is this Wednesday, February 6 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. in Room 315 in Graves Hall. Please contact associate professor of Spanish Diana Rodríguez Quevedo at for more details. ¡Nos vemos el miércoles!

* Lunch Charlas

Wanting to practice Spanish? Join associate professor of Spanish Diana Rodríguez Quevedo for lunch, and chat about different topics in Spanish on Wednesdays from noon-1:00 p.m. in the Starbuck’s café area in Ridgway University Center. All levels of Spanish welcome. The next Lunch Charlas is this Wednesday, February 6, 2019.

Please contact Professor Rodríguez Quevedo at if you have any questions. ¡Ahí nos vemos!

* Career Day set for February 12

We expect over 100 employers for Career Day 2019!

Looking for a full-time professional position? Cooperative education opportunity? Internship? Summer job? Make plans to attend Career Day on Tuesday, February 12, from 11:00 a.m-2:00 p.m. in Carson Center, Meeks Family Court.

See registered employers in Handshake (

Also, pre-register for the event in Handshake to allow employers to view your resume early!

Submitted by Alison Morris-McDonald

* All campus welcome for lunch at UE Connect Lunch and Learn

Campus is invited to attend UE Connect Lunch and Learn - February 2019 on Wednesday, February 13 from noon-1:00 p.m. in Eykamp Hall, Rooms 253-255, Ridgway University Center. A complimentary lunch is provided to those who pre-register. Register online by Monday, February 11 at:

UE Connect Lunch and Learn

Are you starting to think about your future, post UE? Maybe you're eager to embark on your career journey or maybe you're nervous about navigating the job market. Regardless of the bucket you fall under, it's important to define your professional values and work towards finding your ideal culture so that you can build a career where you thrive. Beth Hochgesang Kincaid and Lauren Brown Howard are excited to discuss how our experiences and social networking skills helped them land opportunities that they are passionate about at one of the nation’s Best Places to Work. 

Have a suggestion for future Lunch & Learns? Email a lunch and learn topic to!

Questions? Contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at 812-488-2586 or

Submitted by Nichole Coffey 

* Program "Sex Signals" planned for February 6

Join us in Eykamp Hall in Ridgway University Center on Wednesday, February 6 from 7:00-8:00 p.m. for the program “Sex Signals”! In this entertaining and informative program, actors will provide a definition of active consent, unpack the importance and necessity of consent, explain the relationship between alcohol and sexual assault, frame rape as a moral issue, encourage the importance of bystander intervention, deconstruct the impact of rape on the victim (and the community), and debunk myths surrounding rape and survivors of violence.

Submitted by Jennifer Hargus


Info You Should Know

* Nerd Wars 2019: New registration deadline extension

Nerd Wars LogoThe Honors Program is hosting Nerd Wars trivia night on Tuesday, February 26, at 7:00 p.m., in Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center. Students, faculty, administrators, and staff can all form teams of up to five people to battle in a competition of wits while enjoying pizza, popcorn, and soda. Winners will receive some incredible prizes!

You can register your team online NOW. The deadline to enter has now been extended to February 11.

Honors students' registration is FREE! If you are not an honors student, you must pay your $5 per person entry fee to Jayme Williams in Room 238 in the Koch Center for Engineering and Science. Those who are unable to compose a team of five may still register and be matched to make a team.

Submitted by Blake Elliott

* twiSTEM and UE hosting 7th Annual Beauty of Engineering

twiSTEM and UE are hosting the 7th annual Beauty of Engineering on March 9, from 7:45-11:15 a.m. This is an exploration opportunity for girls in grades 4 through 8.

The goal of the workshop is to help girls understand engineering and computer science. The workshop is executed in a rotation of activity stations staffed by professional women and college students in the fields of engineering and computer science.

The cost is $10 per participant and registration deadline is March 4, and is limited to the first 120 applicants.

To register your child, please visit our Eventbrite event:

If you have a group of girls that you want in the same class rotation, please register them on line together, as you can purchase multiple tickets at one time or if each parent is registering online individually, you can email us the list of the girls names and we'll group them together.

If you have questions, please email us at

Submitted by Kimberly Higgins 

* A Moment in Black History: Hattie McDaniel

Actress and radio performer Hattie McDaniel became the first African American to win an Oscar in 1940, for her supporting role as Mammy in 'Gone With the Wind.'

Actress Hattie McDaniel was born on June 10, 1893, in Wichita, Kansas. By the mid-1920s, she became one of the first African-American women to perform on radio. In 1934, she landed her on-screen break in the film Judge Priest. The following year, she was awarded the role of Mom Beck, starring opposite Shirley Temple and Lionel Barrymore in The Little Colonel. The part gained McDaniel the attention of Hollywood directors, and was followed by a steady stream of offers, including the part of Queenie in the 1936 film adaptation of Showboat, with Irene Dunne. (McDaniel had previously toured with the stage version of the Kern and Hammerstein musical as well.)

In 1939, McDaniel was widely seen in a film that would mark the highlight of her entertainment career. As Mammy, the house servant of Scarlett O'Hara (Vivian Leigh) in Gone With the Wind, McDaniel earned the 1940 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress—becoming the first African American to win an Oscar. Yet all of the film's black actors, including McDaniel, were barred from attending the film's premiere in 1939, aired at the Loew's Grand Theatre on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, Georgia.

* TIAA-CREF individual counseling appointments

The TIAA-CREF representative will be on the UE campus for individual counseling sessions on Wednesday, February 20. To schedule an appointment, call TIAA-CREF at 1-800-732-8353.

Please note that the meeting location has been changed to Room 153 (Eades Music Room) in the Schroeder School of Business Building.

Submitted by Lori LeDuc

* UE is a charitable organization choice on AmazonSmile

If you shop on AmazonSmile and select the University of Evansville as the charitable organization of your choice, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of any eligible products that you buy to UE! AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon and every item available for purchase on is also available on AmazonSmile ( at the same price. You will see eligible products marked "Eligible for AmazonSmile donation" on their product detail pages. You can find out more about AmazonSmile and its charitable giving program here.

* UE PT faculty, students, and alumni present at National APTA Conference

UE DPT faculty, students and alumni joined over 16,000 physical therapy students and professionals at last week's Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association in Washington DC. The posters and presentations by the University of Evansville Department of Physical Therapy included:

Kyle Kiesel, PT PhD, chair, and Alyssa Englert, PT, DPT, resident graduate and sports physical therapist at ProRehab, conducted a 2-hour session on breathing. This was a summary of their on-going research on breathing dysfunction, currently being conducted in the Tri-State Orthopaedic and ProRehab sponsored research space at Stone Center.

Kiesel presenting

Kyle Kiesel and Alyssa Englert in front of information board.

Associate professor Phil Plisky, PT, DSc, OCS, ATC, CSCS, Kyle Kiesel and Nathan Denning, PT, DPT, UE/ProRehab sports residency graduate: "The relationship between repeated vertical and broad jumps."

Phil Plisky and Nathan Denning in front of presentation information board.

Risa Ricard, 3rd year SPT; assistant professor Katie Whetstone, PT, DPT, SCS, former professor Tzurei Chen, PT, PhD and CEHS Dean Mary Kessler, PT, MHS: "A Pro Bono Group Exercise Program Improves Movement Efficiency in an Individual with Stroke."

Risa Ricard, Katie Whetstone, Tzurei Chen, and Mary Kessler

Assistant professor Kyle Matsel, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, presented at the American Physical Therapy Association’s Combined Sections Meeting in Washington DC last week. Matsel teamed up with renowned researchers from the University of Kentucky, High Point University, and Northwestern University to present recommendations specific to clinical practice guidelines for shoulder instability. This large scaled research project includes assessing all the available research specific to shoulder instability including examination, treatment, prognosis, and outcomes. Creation of these guidelines provides clinicians with high level evidence that can be used to inform care with their patients.

* Now hiring UE Reads Tutors

Students who are eligible for federal work study and are interested in helping children build literacy skills are encouraged to apply as tutors with UE Reads. Tutors go to local schools in after-school daycare programs to provide fun and meaningful lessons to help elementary students build their reading skills. The pay is great and the schedule is typically 2 or 3 days per week between the hours of 2:30-6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please contact Karen Martin at or stop by Graves Hall 310 for additional information. 

* Eykamp Prize: Call for Nominations

The Eykamp Prize was established by Richard and Rita Eykamp in 2015 to honor Faculty Achievement at the University of Evansville. Recipients of the prize will receive a one-time award of $10,000 in recognition of extraordinary contributions to the University of Evansville as University Citizens. Examples of such contributions include deep and successful involvement in recruiting students; expanding the number, scope, and competitiveness of grant funding for their department; bringing positive public awareness to the University through scholarship, knowledge, and understanding of their discipline. Up to two prizes a year may be awarded.

Nominations for the Eykamp Award may come from any member of the University of Evansville Community. Nominees should be tenured or tenure-track faculty members at the University of Evansville who have not received the award in the previous five years. Nominations can be submitted in writing or via e-mail to Michael Austin, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost, by March 15, 2019. Nominations should include the name of the faculty member and a brief statement of the reasons that he or she is being nominated.

Recipients of the Eykamp Award will be selected by an Awards Committee, appointed by the EVPAA/Provost that includes members of the faculty and staff, academic administrators, and at least one member of the Board of Trustees. Awards will be announced and presented at the May Commencement Ceremony.

Previous Recipients: 2016 – Dr. Mark Valenzuela; 2017 – Dr. Lora Becker; 2018 – Dr. David Dwyer.

* UE Music Management Students Attend Winter NAMM Show

UE music management students Peter Blok, Justin Morrison, and Michelle Nuti attended the 2019 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim California on January 24-27 with their faculty advisor Dr. Timothy Zifer. The students had the opportunity to visit over 1,000 exhibits of music products from around the world, and attend informative music business sessions as well music performances. UEMMA (University of Evansville Music Management Association) raised money for the trip through a fundraiser, applying to SFB, and receiving assistance from FUEM (Friends of UE Music).

* Early Reminder for Spring Grads

This is an early reminder for ALL SPRING GRADUATES about the upcoming Commencement Central event on March 4 and 5. All graduates should plan to attend EITHER of the days to complete their graduation plans.

On Monday, March 4, the event will be UPSTAIRS in Ridgway University Center on the north end from 4:00-6:00 p.m.

If you can't make it then, you can come on Tuesday, March 5, DOWNSTAIRS in Ridgway University Center, starting at the tables near the Information Desk.

It only takes a few minutes to meet with career planning, the alumni office, and the registrar's office to make sure every is ready to go for the special day. You can also purchase your cap/gown and/or graduation announcements from the UE Bookstore all in one session. You will also be eligible to win an IPAD if you complete the process. If you're interested in a class ring the Josten's representative will be available as well.

So please mark your calendars and put a reminder on your phone of this important event.

If you have not applied for graduation yet you should do so in the registrar's office. If you have any questions about Commencement Central, please contact the UE Bookstore.

Submitted by Doug Gustwiller 

* Free HIV testing at Student Health Clinic

Free HIV testing at Student Health Center hosted by Matthew 25 on February 5, from 9:00-11:00 a.m. No appointment necessary!

Submitted by Tara Ulrich

* College Mentors for Kids applications

If you are looking for a good way to interact and help your community, apply to be a mentor for a student that is in need. We are looking for well-rounded individuals that love to give back and help make a difference in someone's life. If you have any questions, contact Joe Cook at You can apply at

Submitted by Madi Elpers

* Register for Collegiate Career Expo!

Register by next Monday, February 11, for Collegiate Career Expo! This event will provide you with access to over 100 top companies from Indiana and beyond.

Collegiate Career Expo
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (Eastern)
Thursday, February 21
Indianapolis Westin

Internship and co-op positions will also be available, so students in all class years are encouraged to attend this event. Don't miss your chance to find a great internship or professional position!

Fair registration is required through Handshake. Click Jobs Tab -> Enter #2217611 in the search bar (this is the posting number). Students must register by Monday, February 11.

The University of Evansville will provide transportation. There is a $10 deposit required that will be refundable upon attendance. Reserve your seat now at:

View registered employers at or download the Career Fair Plus app today.

Submitted by Alison Morris-McDonald

* Sign Up for Barn Blitz (BB2)

Barn Blitz BadgeBarn Blitz 2 is happening! We are building backyard barns for Habitat for Humanity! There are several build dates.

  • February 2: Cutting components (ONLY)
  • February 9: Cutting components and building components
  • February 16: Cutting components and building components
  • February 23: Cutting components and building components
  • March 2: Cutting components and building components
  • March 23: Building components (ONLY)
  • March 30: Building components (ONLY)
  • April 6: Barn Blitz Day!

Please sign up to participate here:

If you would like to claim a barn for your team or if you would like to be placed on a team for April 6, e-mail Karyssa Vasquez at If claiming a barn for your team, please include a team name for your barn in your email.

Submitted by Karyssa Vasquez



* Dion reelected chairperson for Evansville-Vanderburgh County Human Relations Commission

Robert Dion, department chair for Law, Politics, and Society, was recently reelected as the chairperson for the Evansville - Vanderburgh County Human Relations Commission, the local civil rights agency. Professor Dion has held this position since 2004, making him the longest-serving chair of any city or county civil rights commission in the state of Indiana. During that time, he has served as an appointee of the city government and of the county government and has been named to his post by officeholders of both political parties. The Human Relations Commission has been in Evansville since 1948, and it became part of county government in the 1980s. Among its duties are the investigation and resolution of discrimination complaints and the promotion of harmonious community relations.

Robert Dion with Civil Rights Commissioners

Pictured: Robert Dion (fourth from left) with the chairperson of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Catherine Lhamon (second from left), and a number of civil rights commissioners from all around the US.


In The News

* Wells gives expert advice to Building Indiana magazine

Gene Wells, senior director of the Center for Career Development, was recently asked for his expert advice by Building Indiana, the largest statewide business-to-business magazine in Indiana. The magazine wanted to know how employers can develop the types of employees they need by working with a university. You can read the entire article on the Building Indiana website.


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