University of Evansville

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Friday, August 30, 2019

Upcoming Events

* UEFirst Call Out Meeting for Engineering Students

The College of Engineering and Computer Science will be formally starting a new Campus Student group this semester. This group is open to ALL engineering students.

UEFirst will be an Engineering student group with two main purposes.

1. To support local First Robotics teams in the greater Evansville area.
a. Mentoring
b. Work Shops
c. Eventually hosting an Event in the Evansville area

2. To support and build the NEW UE Collegiate Robotics Football team.
a. Maintain and Update UE Robotic Football players
b. Compete in Annual Football Tournament

If you have interest in either of the above goals we will have a call out meeting Tuesday, Sept. 3rd, at 12:00 noon in KC 137.

Mark Randall, P.E., Asst. Professor of Electrical Engineering
mr63@evansville.edu

* Catalyst for Change Application LIVE

What is Catalyst for Change?
Catalyst for Change is an eight week service leadership development program. This experiential program helps you discover what your leadership style is, how to implement your skill set to improve anything you are involved in, and will dig deeper into how to be an innovative servant leader for your community. This is a great opportunity if you are wanting to establish leadership development before you take on a higher leadership role. Our hope is that you walk away with skills to be innovative inside the classroom, in your organizations, and overall in your personal life.

When does it start?
Since this is an eight week program, we will start to meet the week of September 23rd with location, weekday, and time to be determined based off the time that works for the whole group. We will meet seven times during the weekday and once during a weekend for a retreat.

How do you sign up?
1. Click the link > https://uengage.evansville.edu/submitter/form/start/336997
2. Sign In using your UE email and password
3. Select "Forms" at the top right of the page
4. Find the "Leadership Application Fall 2019" and click the blue button "START"
5. Continue through the application, but to be ONLY considered for Catalyst for Change one must not select UELA as well

How do I find out I am in Catalyst for Change?
Catalyst for Change does not limit people from being accepted into the program, therefore once you apply, you are accepted! We will send out information regarding Catalyst for Change between September 9th and the 18th. Please be on the lookout in your email inbox!

If you have any questions regarding the application, the time commitment, or Catalyst for Change in general, please email Karyssa Vasquez at kv54@evansville.edu. We look forward to seeing your application!

Submitted by Karyssa Vasquez kv54@evansville.edu.

* Best Buddies Call Out Meeting

Best Buddies is dedicated to building friendships between people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. Join us at our informational meeting in SOBA 173 on Tuesday, September 3rd at 8:30pm to learn how you can get involved.

Submitted by Emily Armstrong ea97@evansville.edu.

* Fall Faculty Gala Concert Tuesday, Sept. 3

Join us for the beginning of the new musical season at the Music Department’s annual Fall Faculty Gala! You’ll hear a wide variety of music performed by UE faculty, including some familiar favorites from classical to musical theater to jazz.

The concert will take place in Neu Chapel at 7:30pm.

Submitted by Kristen Strandberg ks532@evansville.edu.

* UE Alumni - Join Us for United Way's Day of Caring at cMoe!

Please join UE Alumni on Friday, September 13 at Evansville’s beloved Louis J Koch Family Children's Museum of Evansville (cMoe). Volunteers will help make necessary improvements and touch ups during cMoe’s annual “Shut-Down Week.”

It’s time for cMoe’s annual clean up! Did you know that nearly 150,000 little hands and feet explore cMoe each year? cMoe needs your help to deep clean, sanitize, and remediate exhibit spaces!

FREE T-SHIRT PROVIDED FOR ALL VOLUNTEERS

7:00 a.m.
FREE Breakfast provided by United Way of Southwestern Indiana
Bosse Field
23 N Main St, Evansville, IN 47711

9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Volunteer at cMoe
22 S.E. Fifth Street, Evansville, IN 47708

Register Here by August 30!

Questions or comments? Please contact Nichole Coffey at 812-488-2900 or ns50@evansville.edu.

* Acapella Auditions Sunday September 1

Auditions for UE's two acapella groups, LIP and The Minor Setbacks, will be held in Krannert Room 142 on Sunday, September 1. Setbacks auditions will start at 7pm and LIP auditions will start at 9pm.

Submitted by Cameron Wulfert cw296@evansville.edu.

* Logistics and SCM meetings! Tuesday at 5pm! SOBA rm 273

Logistics and Supply Chain Management Club meetings!
Tuesdays at 5pm! SOBA rm 273
Guests are always welcome. We speak and learn about the field of Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

Contact Quincy Stone at qs13@evansville.edu for any questions!

Info You Should Know

* FREE HIV testing at Student Health Center on Tuesday, September 3rd 9-11am

Free, confidential HIV testing will be hosted by Matthew 25 at the Student Health Center on Tuesday, September 3rd from 9-11am. No appointment necessary. 

 

Submitted by Tara Ulrich

* Academic Success Lab Opens Tuesday, September 3

The Academic Success Lab will open Tuesday, September 3 in Clifford Memorial Library room 259. Students are welcome to stop by 4-6 PM Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Academic Peer Coaches will be available to help you plan your weekly/semester schedule, organize for projects, or teach you how to improve your study skills and time management. This free service is available to all UE students. Walk-ins are welcome, but you may make an appointment by visiting evansville.edu/advising


Please contact Francie Renschler in Academic Advising if you have any questions. 

* Montgomery Provides Music Therapy in Kenya

Jaley Montgomery, Assistant Professor of Music Therapy, traveled with a group from H.O.W? Ministry this summer to provide music therapy services to children with exceptional abilities in Nairobi, Kenya. Montgomery partnered with a music therapy colleague from Cape Girardeau, MO to provide services and collaborate with the teacher, physiotherapist, and administration of a local school in Nairobi, as well as to supervise four students from the University of Arkansas as they assisted and engaged local students in various activities. The group also worked in a preschool at a children’s home in Nairobi, and at a women’s empowerment workshop in a rural area of Kenya. Throughout various parts of the trip, Montgomery posted to a travel blog: https://professormontgomery.travel.blog/ and took pictures of Ace Purple enjoying the journey. This is Montgomery’s second trip to collaborate with educators to provide music therapy in Kenya.

Kenya children holding up Ace Purple

On September 4th at 4:00pm in Krannert Hall FA142, Montgomery will be presenting information regarding her experiences in Kenya and the importance of cultural considerations, diversity, and awareness in music therapy practice for the University of Evansville Music Therapy Association. All are welcome to attend.

Partial funding to support this scholarly professional work was made possible by an Alumni Research and Scholarly Activity Fellowship (ARSAF).

Submitted by Jaley Montgomery jm269@evansville.edu.

* Flag Football Refs Wanted!

Interested in making a little extra money? The Intramural department is hiring Flag Football Ref's for the upcoming season.
Referee training will take place Wednesday, September 4th and Thursday, September 5th. All necessary equipment will be provided, If interested please contact Drew at ah519@evansville.edu or stop by the Intramural office located inside the Fitness Center.

Submitted by Drew Hawkins ah519@evansville.edu.

* Fitness Center Labor Day Hours

The Fitness Center will be open on Friday (8/30) from 6:30am-7:00pm, Saturday (8/31) & Sunday (9/1) 11:30am-5:30pm and CLOSED Labor Day (Monday, 9/2). Normal hours on Tuesday.

Submitted by Lori Adams la87@evansville.edu.

* Work Study Position in Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Students who are eligible for federal work study are encouraged to apply for a student assistant position in the new Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. You can find the position listing and application in the Student Employment section of WebAdvisor.

Preferred applicants will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, demonstrated organizational skills, attention to detail, strong interest in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion at the University of Evansville, experience with social media, strong comfort level with people from a variety of backgrounds, as well as a willingness to expand knowledge and skills related to diversity and inclusion, ability to convey complicated and/or controversial information in a respectful manner, commitment to fostering diversity in a working and learning environment.

If you have questions, please contact Dr. Rob Shelby, Chief Diversity Officer at rs262@evansville.edu or Megan Sicard, Assistant Director, at ms331@evansville.edu.

Submitted by Megan Sicard ms331@evansville.edu.

* Fall Health Risk Assessments

Sign up now for the Onsite Health Screenings! Health Screenings will be offered Sept. 10th-13th in Eykamp Room 252 from 7:00AM-11:00AM. If you have previously completed a Health Screening in Eykamp during the summer or at the Employee Clinic ranging from June 2019- present, you do not need to repeat this screening. By completing the screening you can earn HSA credits. Results from this screening will also be used to determine your 2020 Medical Insurance Premiums.

Sign ups for this screening can be found on the Main Page of AceLink or on MyUE. Please do not schedule this health screening with the employee medical clinic.

Email ac375@evansville.edu with questions.

Submitted by Ashley Chipps ac375@evansville.edu.

* Flush Flash is Back!

Welcome to UE! The Center for Student Engagement office is hard at work keeping students informed with all of the events going on across campus each week. With the first round of Flush Flashes coming out this week, we'd like to remind everyone how the Flush Flash works!

The Flush Flash is a weekly calendar that is placed in every community bathroom stall across campus that lists events that are open to all. These events and their details are compiled from www.uengage.evansville.edu once they are approved through a registered campus organization.

In order to be included on the Flush Flash your events must be registered, approved, and open to all of the UE community. Your event must also be in UEngage by Tuesday at noon to be included in the following week's events (Wednesday-Wednesday).

If you have any questions, please feel free to stop by the Center for Student Engagement or email Kelly Bargeloh at kb396@evansville.edu!

Submitted by Lydia Skaggs ls280@evansville.edu.

* Meal Plan Changes for Fall

Students can adjust meal plans for the Fall semester until Friday, August 30 at 5:00 p.m. Adjust your meal plan online. Changes will be reflected the next business day.

Submitted by Brian Conner bc32@evansville.edu.

* Men's Basketball Student Managers Needed. Qualifies as work-study position

We are looking to hire two managers for the upcoming season. If you have any interest at all, please reach out to Isaac McGlone at im47@evansville.edu

* 2019 Employee Photography Exhibition

Entries for the 2019 Employee Photo Exhibit will be accepted through Friday, September 6. All employees, as well as retired employees, are welcome and encouraged to participate.

Please take entries to Carol McCraney or Hanns Pieper in the Department of Law, Politics, and Society in the Schroeder School of Business Building (room 50).

Entries should be matted, framed, and suitable for hanging in Krannert Gallery. Color or black/white images are acceptable. Images in frames up to 20” by 16” in size may be submitted.

Please provide the following information for each entry on the back of the image frame:

Your name
Job title/Department
A title for your image (and/or details of the photo)
An estimated $ value for your image (Usually $25)
Photo (including frame) dimensions
Optional: Note if digital or negative
Optional: Note camera type

Presentation cards will be printed with the above information to display on the front of each image.

Entries will be returned in the form that they were submitted at the close of the exhibition.

Please contact Carol McCraney (cm177@evansvile.edu) or Hanns Pieper (hp5@evansvile.edu) if you have any questions.

Submitted by Carol McCraney cm117@evansville.edu.

* Opportunity: Basic Production Copier Training Session

For those who were off campus during the summer months and have returned to campus, there is an additional basic production copier training session scheduled for the D125 black/white and the C70 color copiers. This session will begin at the C70 color production copier located on the 2nd floor of Koch and continue over to the D125 b/w production copier location in OH231. Please email Terry Voges (TV35), if you plan to attend.

Training Dates                      
Monday, September 16

Time
8:30 - 9:30 a.m.

Location
Will start in Koch 2nd floor (C70) and walk over to OH231 (D125)

For copier information, visit the Copy/Print website on AceLink.

Submitted by Kim Winsett kw83@evansville.edu.

Congratulations

* Peters-Margedant House wins Indiana Landmarks Servaas Award

The Friends of the Peters-Margedant House has won Indiana Landmarks' Servaas Award in the youth-serving category for its work to engage the next generation in preservation and history, recruiting students in its efforts to save Evansville’s Peters-Margedant House. Built in 1934 by Frank Lloyd Wright’s apprentice William Wesley Peters, the compact house served a family of six in its early years. Today the house provides an engaging space for students and the community to discuss Peters’ design and housing legacy. The Peters-Margedant House is currently the focus of "William Wesley Peters: Evansville's Connection to Frank Lloyd Wright," an exhibition at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History, and Science, which will be open until October 27, 2019. Peters attended Evansville College from 1929-1930.

Submitted by Heidi Strobel hs40@evansville.edu.

* Congratulations on 45 Years of Service

Donnie Dunville, Senior Maintenance Tech for the Office of Facilities Management and Planning, is celebrating 45 years at the University of Evansville today.

During this time on campus, Donnie has been a housekeeper, a groundskeeper, a General Maintenance Tech and ultimately earning the title as Senior Maintenance Tech in 2018.

His dedication to the University over the last 45 years has been felt in other organizations such as 10-plus years as project manager for the Out-Reach-to-Teach program, acting as advisor to the TKE fraternity and helping with the International Club.

If you see Donnie around campus join us in congratulating and thanking him for his hard work and dedication.

Submitted by Chad Miller cm121@evansville.edu.

Harlaxton Happenings

* Harlaxton Spring 2020 deposit deadline approaching!

If you have been accepted to study at Harlaxton next semester, don't forget that your $100 semester deposit is due on Friday, September 13 to Student Financial Services! You can pay your deposit in person in Olmsted 105 or over the phone at 812-488-2565.

Questions about the Harlaxton application process? Contact harlaxton@evansville.edu!

Submitted by Kaylynn McCalister kc205@evansville.edu.

* Harlaxton and Study Abroad applications for Spring, Summer, and Fall 2020 open now!

Are you interested in studying abroad at Harlaxton and/or somewhere else in the world this year? Find more information about all the opportunities available and the application process at evansville.edu/studyabroad. We are open for applications now for Spring, Summer, and Fall 2020!

Contact harlaxton@evansville.edu or studyabroad@evansville.edu or come to SB 262 with any questions!

Submitted by Kaylynn McCalister kc205@evansville.edu.

* Now Recruiting Harlaxton Ambassadors

Are you a recent Harlaxton alumni who loves to share your experience with others? Or do you know a student who fits that description?

The Harlaxton office is currently taking applications for students who want to volunteer as Harlaxton Ambassadors to recruit, prepare, and encourage Harlaxton applicants and to represent Harlaxton at various recruitment events and other campus activities. Harlaxton Ambassadors have the opportunity to develop professional skills, stay connected with Harlaxton, and receive exclusive Harlaxton apparel.

More information and applications are available on myHarlaxton.

Submitted by Kaylynn McCalister kc205@evansville.edu.

Athletics

* Aces Earn Draw to UT Martin

In a game of halves the University of Evansville women’s soccer team earned a, 1-1, tie to UT Martin Thursday night at Arad McCutchan Stadium.

The Aces had control during the first half, recording six shots, to UT Martin’s two. Jayme-Lee Hunter found the back of the net, off a free kick at the top of the box, with less than two minutes in to go in the first half.

UT Martin came back in the second half with some energy, serving up eight shots with four aimed at goal. With just over five minutes left in regulation UT Martin finally found the goal off of the boot of Elin Berggren.

The, 1-1, score would send the match to overtime with neither team finding much momentum, ending the game after a 110-minute battle.

Emily Ormson led the way for the Aces with three shots with one on goal, while Kristen Harvey, Emilie Hill and Alex Eyler also added attempts.

Michaela Till added four saves to her season total, including some massive stops in the second half.

The Purple Aces will take on Southeast Missouri next Friday, Sept. 6 at Arad McCutchan Stadium 7 p.m.

* Aces men's basketball announces non-conference schedule

When Walter McCarty took over the University of Evansville men’s basketball program, one of his main goals was to strengthen the Purple Aces schedule.  He continued to move in that direction with the unveiling of the Aces 2019 non-conference slate.

“Our main focus when we put together our non-conference schedule is to challenge our guys and prepare for conference play while putting our team in a position to earn a higher postseason seed,” McCarty said.  “I feel like this schedule provides us with some excellent challenges as we continue to build our program with an eye on the future.”

In its lone exhibition contest, the Aces take on crosstown rival USI on Monday, October 28 in the Vectren Community Classic.  The Screaming Eagles were 26-9 last season on their way to the Final Four of the Division II NCAA Tournament at the Ford Center.  The teams have not met since a 2012 exhibition contest.

“This is a great test right off the bat,” McCarty explained.  “USI made a great run in the NCAA Tournament last year and we are excited to face them in the preseason.”

Regular season play officially begins on Saturday, November 9 when Ball State visits the Ford Center for a 6 p.m. game.  The Cardinals won 16 games last year and split a home-and-home series with the Aces.  UE earned an 89-77 win at the Ford Center while BSU picked up an 82-72 win in Muncie.

The first road game of the season will see UE head to Rupp Arena to face the University of Kentucky on Nov. 12.  It will be the first meeting between the Aces and Wildcats.  It will be a homecoming for Coach McCarty, who played for the Wildcats and was a member of the 1996 NCAA National Championship Team.

“Our first two games will be a good challenge and give us a good idea of where we stand,” McCarty added.  “Ball State is a solid team who we are familiar with and played twice last season.  Being able to follow that up with a trip to Lexington will be very special; I have some great memories at UK and am excited to give our guys the chance to take them on.”

UE returns home on Nov. 14 to take on IU Kokomo.  Last season, they were 26-8 on their way to the Round of 16 in the Division II NAIA Tournament.  Aces junior Devan Straub attended IU Kokomo before transferring to UE two seasons ago.  The game is an add-on to the Islands of the Bahamas Showcase.

Four days later, Evansville welcomes Southern Methodist to the Ford Center.  SMU is led by former Illinois State coach Tim Jankovich.  Last season, the Mustangs were 15-17.  It will be the first meeting between the schools.

Next up will be a trip to the Islands of the Bahamas Showcase.  The Aces open the tournament on Friday, Nov. 22 against East Carolina.  The Pirates and Aces last met in the 2013 CollegeInsider.com Tournament.  Evansville’s second opponent on the 23rd will be either UMKC or George Washington.  In the final game, the opponent will come from the opposite side of the bracket and will include either Liberty, Morgan State, Rice or Milwaukee.

Following a short break over Thanksgiving week, UE takes to the road on Nov. 30 to face IUPUI inside Indiana Farmers Coliseum.  The Aces are 3-0 against the Jaguars, including an 89-62 win at the Ford Center in 2014.  Two homes games will follow for UE, starting with a December 4 contest against Western Illinois and a tilt against Miami Ohio on the 7th.  Evansville is a perfect 4-0 in its series against the Leathernecks while picking up 11 wins in 16 games versus the RedHawks.

A 2-game road trip will see Evansville take on a pair of foes that it faced at home last season.  On Dec. 14, UE matches up against Green Bay.  The Aces defeated the Phoenix by a final of 80-75 at the Ford Center in 2018, but Green Bay went on to enjoy a 21-17 season on their way to the championship game of the CIT.  Another tough road foe follows as the Aces head to Jacksonville State on December 16.  The Gamecocks finished the 2018-19 campaign with a 24-9 overall mark and a 15-3 record in the Ohio Valley Conference.

Non-conference play concludes on Saturday, Dec. 21 with an evening home game against Murray State.  The Racers enjoyed a 28-5 record last season while advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.  Evansville gave the Racers all they could handle last December inside the CFSB Center, dropping a hard-fought 66-64 game.

“This is a schedule our fans can really get behind,” McCarty said.  “We have home games against some great regional schools like Ball State and Murray State and mix that up with tough road games against the likes of Kentucky, IUPUI, Green Bay and Jacksonville State.  The trip to the Bahamas will also give us three games against top-notch competition.”

“We are very excited to have our schedule set and have the opportunity to test ourselves and be prepared for conference play.”

Submitted by Bob Pristash rp113@evansville.edu.

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