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Friday, September 20, 2019

What's Happening Today

* Tea, Coffee, and Brazilian Food at the Diversity House this week

Have you ever been to the Diversity Resource Center (also know on campus as the Diversity House)? We are starting two new event series that are open to anyone to attend! The Diversity House is located on Weinbach Ave. across the street from Hughes Residence Hall.

Beginning this Friday, September 20th from 4-5pm, come to the first Diversity Coffee Hour! Have a cup of coffee or tea while we introduce our new idea for a weekly time to bring the campus together for conversation on diversity topics and building new relationships. In the next few weeks, we will begin to host special guests to help guide our conversations.

On Sunday, September 22nd we start a new monthly series called Flavor of the Month. Emile Moura will lead us in making a dish from Brazil called feijão tropeiro. (Note: this dish includes pork.) We have space and food for 10 students and invite you to join us from 4:30-7pm for the whole process of cooking, community, and dining together.

Submitted by Megan Sicard ms331@evansville.edu.

* Campese to Deliver the first Fall Crick Lecture

Dr. Vincent Campese (Assistant Professor of Psychology, UE) will give the first Crick Lecture of the year this Friday at 4:00 in KC100. Dr. Campese's talk is titled "Identifying Mechanisms of Control in Avoidance". The talk is free and open to the public.

Submitted by Derek Jones dj4@evansville.edu.

* Ballroom Dance Lessons

Professional Ballroom Teacher and Champion Ballroom Dancer Jonah Schneider (pictured below - 2016 Top Latin Teacher at Fred Astaire World Championships, American Rising Star Rhythm Champion) is in town for a performance and offering private lessons on Friday, 9/20 and Saturday morning 9/21 (lesson location TBD)! He was a candidate for Dancing with the Stars and danced at Disney, and he's offering a UE discount this one time. He is only $75 per lesson (you can go alone or with a partner / friend / husband / wife / small group!). If you want one of his slots listed below, email Erin Lewis at EL131@evansville.edu by Wednesday, 9/18. First come first serve - no experience necessary, he teaches all levels! You won't want to miss this chance to learn with one of the best ballroom teachers in the world. Slots are going fast.

Jonah Schneider, Friday, September 20th availability:

10:00am - 10:45am
10:45am - 11:30am

2:30pm - 3:15pm
3:15pm - 4:00pm

And he's willing to stay and teach Saturday morning, September 21st if all 4 slots get filled:

8:00am - 8:45am
8:45am - 9:30am
9:30am - 10:15am
10:15am - 11:00am

To book - Email Erin Lewis at EL131@evansville.edu. 

* University of Evansville Theatre presents SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS

The University of Evansville Theatre opens their 2019-2020 season with Bess Wohl’s SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS. Yearning for authentic connection in a digital world, six disparate people seek solace at a silent retreat. This production opens on Friday, Sept. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the May Studio Theatre. Additional performances are 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 21, 23, 24, 25, 26 and at 2:00 p.m. on Sept. 22.

Assistant Professor Amelia McClain makes her debut as a director at UE Theatre with SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS. Department Chair Eric Renschler serves as the scenic designer; Dinah Ferguson, a junior from Brownsburg, Ind., is the costume designer; Nicholas McCulloch, a junior from Seattle, Wash., is the lighting designer; Austin C. Kuhn, a senior from Evansville, Ind., serves as the sound designer; Serenity Rowland, a senior from Durham, N.C., is the dramaturg; Megan Sizemore, a junior from Cypress, Texas., is the stage manager, and Professor Chuck Meacham serves as the technical director.

The cast features first-year student Gabriel Smothers, from Casper, Wyo., as Teacher; junior Fiona Peterson-Quinn, from Lincoln, Ill., as Joan; senior Shannon White, from Rockwall, Texas, as Judy; sophomore Cassandra Dunn, from Brattleboro, Vt., as Alicia; senior JR Scott, from Austin, Texas, as Ned; junior Andrew Flynn, from Libum, Ga, as Rodney; and junior Jack Russell, from Montgomery, Texas, as Jan.

The UE Theatre Society hosts a Pre-Play Chat thirty minutes prior to the show on Saturday, Sept. 21. All are welcome to attend the presentation and discussion with a student designer about their process on the production. Ticket prices are $12 for adults and $9 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty and staff. UE students may obtain one free student rush ticket beginning at 12 p.m. on the day of the performance they wish to attend. Seating is limited and tickets are available by calling 812.488.2031.

Submitted by Sharla Cowden sc75@evansville.edu.

* Jumma' Prayer Today!

Jumma' Prayer will be held today in the basement of Neu Chapel at 3:00 P.M. today and will be held every Friday.

Submitted by Abdul Ashraf aa465@evansville.edu.

Upcoming Events

* Workshop for Pre-Professional Health Students

Are you a first year student considering medicine, dentistry, optometry, veterinary medicine or pharmacy? Please plan to attend an informational workshop on Wednesday, September 25 or Thursday, September 26 at 4 PM in KC 124. We will discuss how to be a successful pre-professional student starting now! See Francie Renschler in Academic Advising if you are unable to attend or have questions.

Submitted by Frances Renschler fr25@evansville.edu.

* Value Every Child Volunteer Opportunity

Redeemer Church needs volunteers to help prep hygiene kits and tags on Monday, September 23rd from 5:30pm-7:30pm. There are two sign-up slots at 5:30pm-6:30pm and 6:30pm-7:30pm. The prepping of the hygiene kits will take place at Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer Church, 1811 Lincoln Avenue, Evansville, Indiana.

Submitted by Karyssa Vasquez kv54@evansville.edu.

* Free Tours of the Peters-Margedant House on Saturday!

The Peters-Margedant house museum will be having an open house event from 11-1pm this Saturday 9/21. Tours will last approximately 15mins and are open to the public.

The Peters-Margedant house is a museum located on UE's campus behind the Koch center. Built in 1934 by architect William Wesley Peters, this tiny house is notable for its Usonian style architecture made famous by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Longer tours are by appointment and can be scheduled by emailing pmhouse@evansville.edu.

Submitted by Jordan Hall jh590@evansville.edu.

* UE Majors and Minors Fair

Students – plan to attend the UE Majors and Minors Fair on Wednesday, October 16 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in Eykamp Hall.

The fair will give you the opportunity to make connections with faculty, students in a major, and alumni in order to learn how a major or minor might help lead you in your career path. You will be able to change your major or add a minor right on the spot. It will also help in determining which courses you would like to take before meeting with your advisor for spring registration. Information on graduate programs will also be provided.

Campus support teams will have information on various services provided on campus.

Where can your UE education take you? Contact academicadvising@evansville.edu for more information.

Submitted by Paula Heldt ph28@evansville.edu

* Catholic Mass and Open House for Family Weekend

This Sunday, September 22, Newman will be celebrating a Catholic Mass in Neu Chapel. Since it's Family Weekend, Mass will be at 10:30 a.m. with Fr. Raab as the celebrant. Newman will also have an Open House following Mass. All are welcome!

Submitted by Michaela Kunkler mk305@evansville.edu.

* This Week in Music (Sept. 16-22)

Department of Music LogoFaculty Recital, Tuesday, September 17
Eric McCluskey, Baritone
7:30pm, Neu Chapel

Eric McCluskey, baritone, will perform a recital on Tuesday, September 17 at 7:30pm in Neu Chapel. The program consists of Franz Schubert’s classic song cycle, Die schöne Müllerin. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear this fantastic work, also featuring Anne Fiedler on piano.

Family Weekend Concert, Saturday, September 21
5:00pm, Ridgeway East Terrace Lawn

Hear the University Choir, University Symphony Orchestra, and Wind Ensemble in the annual Family Weekend Concert on September 21 at 5:00pm on the Ridgeway East Terrace Lawn. Each ensemble will perform a few works in an uplifting and widely varying program.

Submitted by Kristen Strandberg ks532@evansville.edu.

* Catholic Mass

Celebrate Mass with Father Raab on Sunday at 1pm in Neu Chapel!

Submitted by Savannah Leigh Cyr sc315@evansville.edu.

* Register for AceRace 5K!

Register to participate in AceRace to help benefit AceCare, a student-run pro-bono clinic that provides free physical therapy services to those in need around the Evansville community! Ace Race is October 19th starting at 9:30 am, arrive by 9 am, at the East Terrace Lawn. Students cost $15 to register and will receive a free t-shirt if you sign up prior by September 30th.

Register online.

Submitted by Mary Whelan mw249@evansville.edu.

* "It's On Us" to prevent sexual assault

Stop by the table and sign the banner to take a stand against sexual assault! When you stop by, grab some information on how you can be part of the solution. Then enter the drawing before you leave to try and win an "It's On Us" swag bag!

Hosted by Counseling Services
Monday, September 23
11am-2pm
Downstairs Ridgway

* October 2 Andiron Lecture by Sara Petrosillo - Weaponizing Mary: How Sexism Met Racism in a Pre-modern World

Sara Petrosillo is an assistant professor of English at the University of Evansville. She holds a PhD in medieval literature from the University of California, Davis and a BA in English and Italian literature from Colby College. Her research and teaching interests include: medieval and early modern literature, feminist theories, medieval manuscript studies, poetics, and critical animal studies. She is currently working on a book, Hawking Women: Falconry, Gender, and the Poetics of Control in Medieval Literary Culture, and she has published essays in medieval, early modern, and theory journals and in a book on animals in medieval literature. Her Andiron lecture on medieval antisemitism and the literary genre, “Miracles of the Virgin,” derives from her interest in examining racial and gender biases in discourses from premodern to modern culture.

The most iconic woman in the Middle Ages graced love poems, the stage, stained glass windows, and even personal wax seals. Medieval depictions of the Virgin Mary offer an extraordinary picture of female power. Women from every social class viewed Mary as an exceptional saint but also—and crucially— as someone who shared something with all of them: she was a woman. Yet, at the height of her popularity in devotional literature, Mary became a violent tool in the hands of authors and audience: the persecutor of non-Christians in the literary genre “The Miracles of the Virgin.” How did a figure of motherhood and female power become such a dangerously powerful weapon? This widely popular genre demonstrates how sexism met racism in a premodern world. Tracing the racist weaponization of a female icon sheds light on our own society’s trouble with detecting the roots of oppression, especially when those roots are entangled in popular culture.

The lecture begins at 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Eykamp Hall (Room 252), Ridgway University Center
A social gathering with beverages begins at 3:45 p.m.

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

Submitted by Cheryl Emmons ce36@evansville.edu.

* Need a passport?

Representatives from the US Postal Service will be on campus processing passports on Friday, September 27 from 11:00am to 2:00pm in the Harlaxton Room (Room 155) in the School of Business building! If you bring all the required documents, you can get your passport photos taken and your passport processed at this event right here on campus. You can also bring your current passport to be renewed at this event.

Here is what you will need to bring to the event in order to get your passport processed:

  • Photo Identification: US drivers license, and if not from Indiana, a credit or debit card
  • Proof of Citizenship: Original or certified copy of long form birth or citizenship certificate
  • Passport Application: Available online at travel.state.gov, at the study abroad office, or at this event
  • Payments: Two checks, money orders, or cashiers checks:
  • $110 to the US Department of State
  • $35 to the USPS

Photos On Site: Passport photos can be taken during the event for an additional $15 to the USPS

All members of the UE community – faculty, staff, and students – are welcome to come to this event! Feel free to contact Kaylynn McCalister in the study abroad office at kc205@evansville.edu or 812-488-2039 for more information about the event or requirements.

Submitted by Kaylynn McCalister kc205@evansville.edu.

Info You Should Know

* Share Your Story!

There are many things that make UE special, but it’s the people—the members of the UE Family—who make up the University of Evansville. We want to tell those stories, and you can help us!

Take our brief survey to be featured as one of our Aces of UE. Simply answer these questions and attach a photo for your chance to be featured on the UE website, social media, and marketing materials! 

* Sign up for the Purple Friday Patrol!

Purple Friday Patrol: Wear Purple—Get Prizes!

Be on the lookout for the Purple Friday Patrol every week and sign up here to pass out the purple praise!

On Fridays, we wear purple, and each week, the PFP will reward students to promote school spirit both on campus and online through the use of the hashtag, #UEPurpleFriday.

Purple Friday Patrol Teams are made up of members of the campus community including faculty, administrators, and other interested parties, usually from the same department or group.

PFP Teams can sign up for one or more Fridays per semester and the Office of University Relations will supply Purple Swag Packs to the designated PFP Team for the week. PFP Teams are invited to add a personal touch to the swag packs, if desired. (ex. departmental swag, promo for an upcoming event, etc.)

Purple Friday Patrol Teams: What’s my responsibility?
1. Sign up for at least one Friday per semester.
2. Visit the office of University Relations in Sampson Hall during the week of your assigned Friday to pick up your Purple Swag Packs
3. Pass out the purple praise. The distribution format is up to you. You can pass out swag packs to the first few purple people you see, or you can stagger the rewards throughout the day. If you’d prefer to reward online participants, you’re free to promote on official UE social media accounts.
4. Pics or it didn’t happen. Remember, we’re trying to promote school spirit both on campus and online through the use of the hashtag, #UEPurpleFriday, so be sure to snap a picture with your purple people! You can either share them online through an official UE social media account if you run one, or send them to Amanda Campbell at uerelations@evansville.edu to post on the main UE social media accounts.

SIGN UP ONLINE HERE

* Fall Healthy Behavior Challenge Starting Oct. 6th

Participate in the Fall Healthy Behavior Challenge and earn an additional $150.00 in HSA credits. The challenge begins Oct. 6th- Nov. 30th. Participants will be challenged to track their exercise throughout the challenge. Email ac375@evansville.edu to sign up. Challenge info and logs are attached. Please print logs to get started. Additional information will be sent via email at the start of the challenge.

Submitted by Ashley Chipps achipps@tscommunityclinics.com.

* Planning to Graduate in Fall/2019 or Spring/2020?

If you are planning to graduate in Fall/2019 or Spring/2020, then don't forget to APPLY FOR GRADUATION at MyUE Self Service. Any questions, please contact the Office of Registrar.

Submitted by Meg Wilson mw403@evansville.edu.

* Aces Pep Band

The Aces Pep Band is kicking off their season with rehearsals on Mondays, from 4:00pm-4:50pm in FA110. Any student with former band experience is eligible to attend and participate. For more information, contact Prof. Greg Keith at gk7@evansville.edu.

Submitted by Greg Keith gk7@evansville.edu.

* UE Employee Photo Exhibit Now On Display

The 2019 UE Employee Photo Exhibit opened on Monday, September 9 in the Krannert Gallery. Please come by the gallery to view the interesting and thoughtful photography created by your co-workers and UE retirees.

Participants include:

Corliss Chastain, Department of Art
Katrina Seibert-Costeur, Foreign Languages
Rob Shelby, Office of Diversity Initiatives
Mari Plikuhn, Law, Politics, and Society
Keith Gehlhausen, Human Resources & Institutional Equity
Hanns G. Pieper, Emeritus Faculty
Lynn R. Penland, Dean Emerita
John Metelko, Track and Field/Cross Country
Carol McCraney, Law, Politics, and Society
Holly Carter, Education Abroad/Harlaxton College Programs
Amy McBride, School of Education

Submitted by Carol McCraney cm177@evansville.edu.

* GLACURH Regional Conference Applications

If you are interested in attending the Great Lakes Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (GLACURH) leadership conference planned for November 15-17, you have until September 20 to apply! Applications can be found online.

GLACURH is a regional leadership conference where selected delegates have the opportunity to network, present campus programs, and learn about initiatives other universities have in practice that could benefit the University of Evansville.

For more information please email Jared Bailey, jb759@evansville.edu.

* Join P.R.I.D.E.

PRIDE starts September 9th in SOBA 271 at 9pm every Monday!

Anyone is welcome to attend, everyone is welcome!

Submitted by Paige Kirkey pk55@evansville.edu.

* Dr. Strobel to Speak at the Evansville Museum

On Thursday, September 26th at 6:30pm, UE Art History professor, Dr. Heidi Strobel, will be presenting alongside Dr. Jim Renne on the architect and engineer known as William Wesley Peters. Their talk will provide brief background information about Peters’ mentor Frank Lloyd Wright and Usonian architecture. It will further explore Peters himself, his academic background including Evansville College (1929-1930), the Peters-Margedant House and its move to the University of Evansville in 2016 and the dollhouse project.

The lecture will take place at the Evansville Museum. Additional information can be found online.
 

Submitted by Jordan Hall jh590@evansville.edu.

Congratulations

* UE Alum, Tess Hupe and Dr. Stevenson Publish Research on Predictors of Teachers' Intentions to Report Suspected Child Abuse

Former UE student, Tess Hupe and Dr. Margaret Stevenson recently published research in the Journal of Child Custody, titled "Teachers’ Intentions to Report Suspected Child Abuse: The Influence of Compassion Fatigue." This research was previously awarded an Outstanding Student Paper Award from Division 41 of the American Psychological Association, the American Psychology and Law Society (AP-LS) and was ranked in the top 20 papers presented at the 2018 AP-LS conference.

Their research reflects one of the few studies to explore teachers’ and school administrators’ (N = 299) knowledge of abuse reporting policy and their self-reported intentions to report hypothetical instances of suspected child abuse – research questions with relevance to policy given that teachers are legally mandated to report suspected child abuse. Moreover, the authors also explored the relationship between compassion fatigue (i.e., job burnout and secondary traumatic stress stemming from vicarious exposure to client trauma) and teachers’ attitudes toward reporting suspected child abuse. They found that a significant minority of teachers indicated that they would not report suspected child abuse – a finding that held even after eliminating the 10.3% of teachers who were unaware of policy requiring teachers to report suspected child abuse. Supporting hypotheses, as compassion fatigue increased, negative attitudes toward child abuse reporting significantly increased. Additionally, increased compassion fatigue was significantly associated with increased job efficacy cynicism, psychological detachment from students, and diminished knowledge about reporting child abuse – all factors that statistically explained the relationship between compassion fatigue and negative attitudes toward reporting suspected abuse. As the results of their research suggest, teacher compassion fatigue not only reflects the suffering of teachers, but it can also indirectly contribute to lack of intervention for child victims of abuse, in turn, perpetuating child suffering.

Full paper is available online.

Submitted by Maggie Stevenson ms446@evansville.edu.

* Wooton Publishes Article

Dr. Angie Wooton, assistant professor of nursing in the Dunigan Family School of Nursing, has coauthored an article with Dr. Charlotte Connerton titled: "Building Community Resilience to Mitigate Mental Health Effects of Climate Change." This article was published in Creative Nursing Journal (Volume 25, Issue 3, 2019) a national peer reviewed magazine published by the Springer Publishing Company.

Athletics

* Deadline approaching to join the Aces in the Bahamas

With basketball season quickly approaching, Purple Aces fans have several unique opportunities coming up, including the chance to join the University of Evansville squad in the Bahamas in November.

The Bash in the Bahamas will be held in Nassau with three games taking place between November 22-24.  Despite the damage caused to the Bahamas by Hurricane Dorian, the impact to Nassau was minimal and the tournament will go on as scheduled.

Two packages remain on sale for the Bash in the Bahamas with the final deadline to sign up and pay set for October 18.  To join the team on the flight and utilize your own accommodations, the cost is $1,350 per person.  This includes a direct flight from Evansville to the Bahamas on a private charter 737 jet.  The flight leaves on Thursday, November 21 and returns on Monday the 25th.

As an added incentive, this package includes an all-session pass for the entire tournament, which features four games per day over the three days of the event.

A package is also available that includes the flight, all-session pass and accommodations.  This package features a 4-night stay at the Courtyard by Marriott Junkanoo Beach.  Located in the heart of Nassau, the hotel is just steps away from the beach.  The hotel includes WIFI, two bar drinks and two bottles of water per room per day.  A UE charter bus will also take fans from the hotel to the tournament for all three games.  The cost of this package is $2,500 per person in a double occupancy room and $2,750 for a single.

The month of October will see a pair of events being held starting on October 10 with Hoopfest.  Set for 6 p.m. inside Meeks Family Fieldhouse, the annual exhibition will feature the Aces men’s and women’s basketball teams.  It includes contests, scrimmages, autographs and more.  Adult admission is $5 with 100% of the proceeds benefitting the United Way with a check presentation taking place during the event.  Children ages 12 and under are admitted free while the first 100 UE students who check in that evening with the Purple Reign Rewards App will receive free admission.

A Tip-Off Dinner is set to take place on Oct. 17 at Rolling Hills Country Club in Newburgh.  This exclusive event will feature a plated dinner, two drink tickets per person and the opportunity to preview the 2019-20 Aces men’s and women’s basketball seasons.  Cost is $100 per plate.  Men’s and women’s basketball student-athletes will join the guests at their table.

For information on all three opportunities or to book tickets, call 812-488-2237 (ACES). 

* Aces volleyball travels to Skyhawk Invitational

With Missouri Valley Conference action just over a week away, the University of Evansville volleyball team faces its final non-conference test this weekend, traveling to Martin, Tenn. for the Skyhawk Invitational. Evansville opens with matches against UT Martin and Little Rock on Friday before completing the tournament on Saturday against Mercer.

Last Week Recap

  • Just three days after Melanie Feliciano set the program record with 36 kills, Rachel Tam recorded 39 as the Aces took down Tennessee Tech in a 5-set thriller
  • Tam’s 39 kills came in just 75 attempts as she hit .333; Feliciano had 19 in the win
  • Allana McInnis excelled once again with 64 assists and 19 digs
  • Last weekend, the Aces went 3-0 in the home Dunn Hospitality Tournament for the first time since 2010
  • Feliciano’s 29 against Purdue Fort Wayne helped the Aces grab a 3-1 win; Alondra Vazquez and Rachel Tam added 14 kills apiece
  • UE notched another 3-1 win in Saturday’s opener against Middle Tennessee State; Feliciano posted 27 kills with Tam totaling 14
  • The most exciting match of the weekend came on Saturday evening when the Aces overcame a 14-10 deficit in the fifth set to defeat Eastern Illinois, 3-2
  • Feliciano and Gabriela Macedo each broke program records in the win

Record Breaker

  • Rachel Tam had one of the best games in MVC history registering 39 kills in the win over Tennessee Tech
  • Her total set the Evansville program record was second in conference history, just one off of the all-time mark
  • Tam’s 39 kills was the most for any NCAA Division I player in 2019
  • Now averaging 4.09 kills/set, Tam is third in the MVC
  • Tam has had at least seven kills in all eight matches in 2019

A Helping Hand

  • Over the last two matches, Allana McInnis has had a total of 129 assists; that averages out to 12.9 per set
  • She set her career mark with 65 against EIU before tallying 64 versus Tennessee Tech
  • For the season, she is averaging 11.19 assists per set, tops in the MVC and 15th nationally
  • She has recorded at least 29 helpers in seven out of the eight matches in 2019
  • McInnis posted 22 or more assists in each of the last 14 matches of 2018 and has done so seven out of eight times in 2019

Top of the Valley

  • Evansville currently leads the MVC with 13.69 assists per set and 14.63 kills per game
  • Those stats rank 9th and 11th in the nation, respectively
  • On the individual side, Allana McInnis paces the league with 11.19 assists, Melanie Feliciano is atop the conference with 5.19 kills/set and Hannah Watkins has posted a league-leading 1.35 blocks
  • Gabriela Macedo is second in the league with 5.09 digs per set

Scouting the Opposition

  • Host UT Martin is the first opponent of the weekend; the Skyhawks begin play with a 3-8 mark
  • UTM has dropped its last five matches following a 3-game win streak with victories over FIU, Arkansas-Pine Bluff and Gardner-Webb
  • Jessica Reynolds has a team-high 2.26 kills while Kenzie Hinshaw has averaged 7.59 assists
  • Little Rock enters the Skyhawk Invitational with a 2-7 mark, but have won their last two match-ups against Oral Roberts and Central Arkansas
  • Carol Barbosa checks in with a team-high 2.95 kills per game with the defense being paced by Diana Giordani’s 4.50 digs
  • Mercer will mark the final opponent of the tournament and comes into the weekend with a 5-5 record after defeating Southern and Tennessee State at the New Orleans Invitational
  • Annie Karle has a team-high 2.97 kills per game with Emilee Wissmach posting 2.76 digs

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