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Monday, February 7, 2022

Upcoming Events

* Muhammad Ali Center & Roots 101 Museum Day Trip

Join the Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on a day trip to Louisville, Kentucky to the Muhammad Ali Center and Roots 101 Museum. We will spend the day immersed in Black history and culture at these two amazing centers in Louisville. After our time at each location there will be time to grab dinner at a local restaurant before hopping on the bus and heading back to Evansville. Sign-up in advance is required! Please find more information below regarding the trip!

Saturday, February 19th

9:30am- 9:00pm

Student fees: $15.00

Non-Student fees: $25.00

Payments will need to be brought to the CDEI no later than 5pm on 2/18. Please email the CDEI for digital payment options.

On Saturday, 2/19 we will load the bus at 9:30am and head towards Louisville. It is suggested to have a large breakfast and bring snacks for the bus as there will not be time for lunch! After the last museum you will have some free time to grab dinner and explore Louisville before re-loading the bus at 7:00pm.

This is sure to be an amazing day and you do not want to miss out!

For any questions reach out to the CDEI at

* Archaeology Alumna to Present on Photogrammetry in Cultural Heritage

The Department of Archaeology is proud to announce the next presenter in the UE Archaeology and Art History Alumni Lecture Series, Dr. Meg Hagseth (Archaeology '12). In her lecture, entitled "Crowd Sourcing Cultural Heritage: Photogrammetry as a Tool for Reconstructing Site and Artifact Ethos," Dr. Hagseth will discuss how photogrammetry can be used as a tool to preserve threatened artifacts and sites. Dr. Hagseth was recently awarded the PhD in Anthropology from Texas A&M University and is an alumna of the Jezreel Expedition; her photogrammetry work with artifacts in the collection of the Evansville Museum was featured in the Evansville Courier and Press in 2021. Please join us on Wednesday February 9 at 7:00 for this fascinating talk!

* CDEI Presents: Black Love Trivia

Happy Black History Month and Happy Valentines Day!

As part of Black History Month, the Center for Diversity Equity and Inclusion invites you to participate in Black Love Trivia! It is not your ordinary trivia, the theme will cover Black love from those represented in the movies to real-life celebrity love stories.

Come out and show your knowledge of Black Love! You might even win some prizes ;)

* I-House: Activism Around the World

The Centers for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion and Innovation & Change are pleased to announce I-House: Activism Around the World. Join us on Wednesday, February 16th at 7:00 PM in the Ridgway Gallery (2nd floor), as we hear from Vipin Thekk, Senior Director of Ashoka's Youth Venture regarding how activism plays a role in our global landscape.

UE is one of 50 Ashoka Changemaker campuses around the world. Ashoka works to identify and support the world's leading social entrepreneurs, learns from the patterns in their innovations, and mobilizes a global community that embraces these new frameworks to build an "everyone a changemaker world." As a UE community member, you are already a changemaker! Come learn more about changemaking go hand in hand with activism around the world.

There will be a virtual option for those who cannot attend in person, but we do ask that you RSVP.


The University of Evansville Theatre opens their spring 2022 season with Erica Schmidt’s MAC BETH, adapted from William Shakespeare’s MACBETH. This new take on Shakespeare’s classic tale of bloody violence explores a symmetry with rebellious teenage girls meeting to stage the play in a parochial school’s parking lot. The production opens on Thursday, Feb. 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the May Studio Theatre. Additional performances are 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 11, 12, and at 2:00 p.m. on Feb. 12, 13.

MAC BETH is directed by Claire Himstedt, a senior theatre studies major from St. Louis, Mo. Angus Creech, a senior theatre studies major from Brooklyn, N.Y., serves as the scenic designer; Delanie Kitzman, a senior performance major from Tomball, Texas., is the costume designer; Herbie Perlman, a senior design and technology major from Bethel, Conn., is the lighting designer; serves as the sound designer; Liv Darshani Pedersen, a senior theatre studies major from Chaska, Minn., is the dramaturg; Katie Lawhorn, a first-year stage management major from Louisville, Ky., is the stage manager, and Keegan Macaluso, a junior design and technology major from Georgetown, Texas., serves as the technical director.

The cast features Cassidy Rogers, a senior performance major from College Station, Texas, as Macbeth; Chloe Shrieves, a senior performance major from St. Cloud, Fla., as Lady Macbeth; Allie Forté, a senior performance major from New Albany, Ind., as Macduff; Cass Dunn, a senior performance major from Brattleboro, Vt., as Banquo; Eli Lomax, a senior performance major from Sellersburg, Ind., as Witch 1; Evelyn Hipp, a first-year theatre studies major from Nolensville, Tenn., as Witch 2; and Kyla Clift, a senior performance major from Arlington, Texas, as Witch 3.

In following industry standards, as established by the Broadway League, all audience members must show proof of COVID–19 vaccination or a negative test result taken within 48-hours of the date on their ticket. Upon arrival at the theatre, proof of vaccination/negative test result and an ID will be checked before each performance. In compliance with the UE Coronavirus Task Force guidelines, all audience members must remain masked when indoors on campus. Additionally, both Shanklin Theatre and the May Studio Theatre will be seated at no more than 50% capacity. It is our hope that these restrictions will allow our student actors to safely perform unmasked in both spaces.

Ticket prices are $12 for all patrons. 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.

* CDEI Presents... I-House: Blackness in other Cultures

The CDEI is collaborating with BSU to hold its third I-House of the Semester! This event will be held in the Gallery (2nd floor Ridgway) on Wednesday, February 9th at 7:00 pm. Join us as we dive into a discussion about Blackness in other Cultures.

We hope to see you there!

* Build-A-Buddy

Join RSA and SAB for our yearly Build-A-Buddy! Sign up on UEngage for a free stuffed animal and some great desserts!


* Black History Month Challenge

During Black History Month join the UE BHM Challenge sponsored by the Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion! In this challenge you will find 28 ways for 28 days of Black History Month to actively learn, engage, support, and uplift Black culture from Evansville and around the world. Items listed in the challenge can be done personally or in a social group! Do some personal research on Juneteenth or grab a friend and some popcorn and watch Just Mercy. Either way you do it, #BHMChallenge yourself! Happy Black History Month!
1. Watch a documentary on civil-rights movements
2. Listen to a new Black artist, composer, or band
3. Look at or add art on Black history and culture to your collection
4. Research UE and the surrounding community’s Black history
5. Research a local/global Black activist
6. Read a Black biography or autobiography
7. Visit the African-American museum
8. Bring awareness to a charity focused on supporting the Black community
9. Incorporate BHM into your Teachings/ Learning/ Work
10. Attend a diversity training, event or workshop hosted by UE CDEI or others
11. Sign up to receive news from a Black own and operated organization
12. Find a Black story that speaks to you or that you can relate to
13. Create a "Talking about Race" Toolkit
14. Learn the full version of Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing
15. Listen to a Black speaker via TedTalk, PodCast, etc.
16. Watch a Black movie not about Black trauma
17. Host and/or participate in a Black history trivia event
18. Have an uncomfortable discussion with someone, don’t be color-blind
19. Research Juneteenth, Kwanza and other Black holidays
20. Spend time learning about an influential Black individual in Evansville
21. Read Dr. King’s "I Have a Dream" speech
22. Add some Black cuisines to your menu
23. Share a quote on your social media or with friends from an influential Black Voice
24. Find an everyday item created by a Black inventor
25. Use something related to Black culture as a background on zoom and explain what it is
26. Follow or Subscribe to a Black creator
27. Support or partner with a Black business
28. Download 3 Black-owned apps

* CDEI Presents: Spill the Tea on Privilege

Join the Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion on Tuesday, February 8th at 6:00 pm in SOBA 173 for the first segment of our Spill the Tea Series of the semester. This segment will open the floor for a discussion on privilege and the importance of being understood.
All are welcome!

* Staging Solutions on February 9th

Staging Solutions will be an open forum for discovering constructive and inclusive solutions for a wide variety of campus issues, being hosted by WRA as a follow-up to last semester's Campus Culture Panel. In addition, this forum is part of the recent Passport to Inclusion initiative. Join us in Koch 100 from 5:30-7pm on Wednesday, February 9th to discuss problems brought up at the last panel including LGBTQ+ visibility, racial diversity, personal safety, and more. If you are unable to or uncomfortable with attending in person, a zoom link and form to sign-in are below. Hope to see you there! Feel free to reach out to with any questions.

Zoom link:

Meeting ID: 456 912 9105
Passcode: 400591
Sign in:


Changemaker Corner

* Students! Do you have an idea for a ChangeLab?

Students! Do you have an idea for a ChangeLab?? Let the Center for Innovation and Change know by filling out this quick form before Tuesday, February 8th. We encourage and support you in taking a leading role in identifying and solving challenges in the world around us.
Proposal Form:

* Calling All Faculty! Are you interested in offering a ChangeLab in Fall 2022?

Calling All Faculty! Are you interested in offering a ChangeLab in Fall 2022? Let the Center for Innovation and Change know by filling out this quick form before Tuesday, February 8th. ChangeLabs can be offered with existing classes or overload. Questions? Contact Dr. Derek Jones, dj4
Proposal Form:


Info You Should Know

* Black History Icon #5

To celebrate Black History Month, we're sending out daily posts to honor icons whose selfless contributions through out history, continue to inspire growth in our various communities. Today's icon is Claudette Colvin and you can find more information in the attached poster. You can follow BSU @UEBlackStudentU, @uevansville for more programming during BHM.

* Deadline to Sign up to be a Road Trip Host is February 11

The Office of Admission needs current UE students who live in the residence halls or Jones Hall to host prospective high school seniors for Road Trip February 25-27. If you are available, you can apply to host online or by emailing Heather Cook ( or Jill Fisher (, or stopping by the Office of Admission (OH 104). As a host, you get a FREE exclusive Road Trip t-shirt and access to all Road Trip activities. Deadline to sign up is Friday, February 11.

Please note that Road Trippers are required to follow the same COVID-19 precautions as current students. This includes being vaccinated or submitting a negative test prior to arriving on campus.

* Last Chance to Register! Career Day is Tuesday, February 8

Career Day
1:00 p.m.-4:00p.m. Central Time
Tuesday, February 8, 2022
Eykamp Hall/2nd Floor, Ridgway University Center

Full-time, internship and part-time positions available, so students in all class years are encouraged to attend. There will be 50+ employers present from the tri-state area. Don't miss your chance to find a great internship or professional position!

All majors are invited to explore Career Day.

Register in Handshake-

* 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.

Nominations for the Eykamp Prize 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, at by March 11, 2022. 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 Prize will be selected by an Award Committee, appointed by the EVPAA/Provost that includes members of the faculty, staff, administrators, and a member of the Board of Trustees. Awards will be announced and presented at the May Commencement Ceremony.

Recipients in the previous five years: 2017 – Dr. Lora Becker; 2018 – Dr. David Dwyer; 2019 – Dr. Kristy Miller; 2020 – Dr. Jerrilee LaMar; 2021 – Dr. Joyce Stamm

* Paper Shortages – Plan for increased cost and a need to plan earlier for orders

Due to the pandemic, growing disruptions in the supply chain are affecting a range of paper products.

According to, “Labor shortages and major disruptions in the supply chain, worsened by the pandemic, have caused many businesses and consumers across to the country to see delays in their printing orders. What's more, many paper manufacturers have scaled back their operations due to the highly contagious delta variant. Some paper manufacturers have even shifted to producing cardboard boxes for online orders.

Costs for those who make paper have increased, too. Wood pulp, the raw material used in paper, has gone up 50.2% over the past year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The price of paper rose 14.2% in the same time period.”

Some experts say the paper shortage could last at least through 2023.

What does this mean for you? Plan for increased expenses for envelopes, letterhead, business cards or any collateral orders. Also, plan a minimum of 12 weeks for orders.

* Peer Tutoring Available

Academic Services offers FREE peer tutoring! See the attachment for details.



* Three University of Evansville Civil Engineering Students Awarded Scholarships by the Asphalt Pavement Association of Indiana

The Asphalt Pavement Association of Indiana (APAI) has named Alex Marie Dodson (BSCE ’21), Seth Mendel (BSCE ’21), and Samantha Weldon (BSCE ’23), as 2021 APAI Scholars. The Civil Engineering students were recognized as award winners during the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Scholarship Awards Banquet, held in conjunction with the 2021 APAI Winter Conference and Expo on December 16th, 2021 at the Marriott East Hotel in Indianapolis.

Scholarships are awarded by the APAI Scholarship Committee to students studying construction management, civil engineering, and construction engineering and management at six nationally accredited Indiana universities, including the University of Evansville. Students must complete an in-person interview with members of the Scholarship Committee to receive an award. The total amount of scholarships awarded in 2021 by the association totaled $50,000 to deserving scholars, in anticipation that many recipients will remain in Indiana and seek employment opportunities with APAI's member contractors.



* School-Record Throw, Two Victories Highlight UE Track & Field's Day At SIU

University of Evansville junior Zach Dove (Princeton, Ind./Princeton Community HS) broke the school record in the weight throw on Saturday, and Evansville picked up victories in the women’s mile and the men’s 4x400-meter relay to highlight the day at the Don DeNoon Invitational hosted by Southern Illinois in Carbondale, Illinois.

“We had a good day today,” said UE track and field head coach Don Walters. “We had a lot of PRs set, and I think that the student-athletes had a lot of fun today.

“We faced some really good competition, and we had people rise to the occasion, and when you consider our week of practice was interrupted with all of the weather issues this week, we’ll take it.”

Dove broke teammate Mike Boots’ (Evansville, Ind./Mater Dei) previous school record in the 35-pound weight throw by over two feet, as Dove recorded a throw of 16.41 meters (53.83 feet) to place seventh overall. It marked the fourth school record broken this season by the UE track and field teams in just three indoor meets.

“Zach’s throw was impressive, but it is also something that he is capable of,” said Walters. “He is a big guy, and he faced some really good competition today, and he answered the call.”

Graduate student Anna Lowry (Taylorville, Ill./Taylorville) also picked up her third individual victory of the season with a win in the mile with a time of 5:02.33, while the team of seniors Trey Riggs (Ft. Branch, Ind./Gibson Southern) and Brendon Smith (Newburgh, Ind./Castle), junior Steven Burkhart and freshman Adam Oulgout (St. Paul, Minn./Central) capped the meet with a win by almost three seconds in the men’s 4x400-meter relay event.

“Anna was tested today, but she answered the challenge,” said Walters. “And, the 4x4 win was pretty impressive considering this was the first time that group has really been together this year. That’s a good sign going forward into the spring.”

Dove’s school-record toss also led a group of nine personal-best marks set on the afternoon by UE. Senior Sam Weldon (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Bishop Dwenger) nearly broke the women’s indoor 800-meter record with a personal-best time of 2:24.96 while placing fifth in the event. She also set a new personal-best mark in the mile at 5:28.18 to finish sixth behind Lowry.

Junior Jackson Maurer (Evansville, Ind./Gibson Southern) made it three meets in a row with a personal-best indoor mark in the 400-meter event, placing fifth with a time of 55.42. Freshman Denzel Lasam (St. Louis, Mo./De Smet Jesuit) posted the third-best triple jump mark in school history at 13.19 meters to place fifth, while also running his fastest 200-meter time of the year. Sophomore Luke Watts (Austin, Ind./Austin) ran his fastest 800-meter time while at UE, while freshmen Preston Riggs (Ft. Branch, Ind./Gibson Southern) and Ellie Stewart (Lombard, Ill./Glenbard South) set new standards in the 200- and 3,000-meter events respectively.

Evansville will take the next week off from competition, before returning to action on Saturday, February 19 at the Indiana State Open in Terre Haute, Indiana.

* Women's golf receives MVC Championship rings

One of the most impressive accomplishments in recent University of Evansville athletics history was brought to the forefront on Saturday afternoon when the Purple Aces women’s golf team received their rings to commemorate their 2021 Missouri Valley Conference Championship.  The ceremony took place at halftime of the UE men’s basketball game at the Ford Center

Each member of the team took part in the design of the ring over the course of a process that took a few months to complete.  The final design of the ring is something the team is proud of and is one that will give them a keepsake to commemorate the accomplishment for the rest of their lives.

Over the course of the design process, the Aces players did not leave any stone unturned.  From examining all design options and possibilities to studying rings that were designed in previous years, the UE team put in the effort and the result is stunning.

Incorporating a snowflake into the design was a must for the girls.  On the final day of the MVC Championship, snow was falling throughout most of the day at Bogey Hills Country Club in Saint Charles, Missouri.  It was falling just as hard as it was at any other point when the teams finished the final round of play.  Evansville and UNI needed one final hole to decide the championship with the Aces coming home victorious – with the snow continuing to come down.

As a way to incorporate the snowflake into the sport, the side of the ring features a snowflake with golf clubs interlocked into the design.  That side of the ring features the name of each player/coach on the top and the Missouri Valley Conference logo on the bottom. 

Utilizing both UE logos was another important aspect of the design.  With the Aces script logo being prevalent on most of the equipment and uniforms for the team, the mark was featured on the top of the ring with stones surrounding it.  The interlocking UE logo is featured on the other side of the ring along with the slogan “History Made”.  Evansville’s school colors were incorporated into the top of the ring with purple and orange stones circling it.

Members of the team were excited about the design as it encompassed the team aspect of the accomplishment.  It was not about any individual numbers or scores, it commemorated a team accomplishment and a moment that will be remembered not just at the University of Evansville, but around the entire MVC for many years to come.

At Saturday’s ceremony, the team was on hand including championship medalist Sophia Rohleder, Allison Enchelmayer, Carly Frazier, Taylor Keating, Alyssa McMinn, Caitlin O’Donnell and Mallory Russell.  Head coach John Andrews along with former head coach Jim Hamilton and Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Fernando Garcia-Villegas also received rings.  Andrews was named the MVC Coach of the Year and would pass the honor along to Coach Hamilton.

* Road Trip Reaches Midway Point for Aces at Bradley

In the midst of a three-game road swing, the University of Evansville women's basketball team takes on Bradley on Sunday afternoon at 2 PM in Peoria, Ill.

Previewing the Matchup: Bradley
• Evansville and Bradley are meeting for the 59th time in series history with the Braves owning a 37-21 advantage in the all-time series.
• Meeting last just three weeks ago, the Aces captured the first MVC win of head coach Robyn Scherr-Wells career with a 74-73 victory over the Braves on Jan. 7 inside Meeks Family Fieldhouse.
• Sunday's game inside the Rennaisance Coliseum will be the first between the Aces since Jan. 3, 2020. Prior to hosting the Braves earlier this year, Evansville and BU played both of last season's games inside Meeks due to COVID-19 scheduling guildelines, and wrapped-up the 2019-20 season series in Evansville, giving UE four-straight home games in the series.
• Bradley enters the Sunday showdown after an 83-63 loss to Indiana State on Friday night. The Braves currently sit in 10th in the conference standings, just one game back of the Aces for the ninth spot.

One of the Country's Best
• Junior Abby Feit is one of the country's best players period and has the stats to back it up.
• Feit is one of just 17 players in the nation to average a double-double and is one of two in The Valley to do so, along with SIU's Abby Brockmeyer. 
Griffin Adds Intensity Off the Bench
• Coming off the bench in 2021-22, senior A'Niah Griffin has made a significant impact for the Aces this season.
• In just over 15 minutes per contest, Griffin has added scoring pop (6.9 points per game), while also bring intensity and pressure to the Aces press defense, recording 11 steals.
• Griffin matched a season-high on Friday night against Illinois State, finishing second on the team with 14 points.

* UE Track & Field Travels To Don DeNoon Invitational On Saturday

The University of Evansville track and field teams will return to action on Saturday, as the Purple Aces will travel west to Carbondale, Illinois to take part in the Don DeNoon Invitational hosted by Southern Illinois. The meet will begin at 11:30 a.m. central time.

Evansville last competed on Friday, January 21 when the Purple Aces took part in the Bellarmine Open. UE set school records in both the men’s and women’s distance medley relay races at Bellarmine, while also setting eight personal-best standards. UE has set a new school record and established eight personal-best marks in each of its first two indoor meets this year.

“We have had a pretty good start to the indoor season this year,” said UE head track and field coach Don Walters. “We’ll see a good deal of competition on Saturday, and I am very interested to see how we will compete. We really need the competition right now.”

On the men’s side, senior thrower Mike Boots (Evansville, Ind./Mater Dei) has gotten off to a strong start, winning the shot put at the Bellarmine Open, while finishing in the top five of all four throwing events he has competed in this season. Senior Trey Riggs (Ft. Branch, Ind./Gibson Southern) also set the indoor school record in the long jump in UE’s first meet of the season.

Meanwhile, on the women’s side, graduate student Anna Lowry (Taylorville, Ill./Taylorville) has won the 3,000-meter event in each of her first two indoor meets of the year in convincing fashion. While senior Sam Weldon (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Bishop Dwenger) has set new personal-best marks in the 800-meters in each of the two meets this year.

* Aces fall to Braves in home contest

Fifth year senior Evan Kuhlman scored 11 points and hit three triples for the University of Evansville men’s basketball team in a 76-41 defeat against Bradley at the Ford Center on Saturday afternoon.

Kuhlman was 4-for-9 from the field and 3-of-7 from outside in the 11-point outing.  Blaise Beauchamp scored six points and tied Shamar Givance for the team high with four rebounds.  Givance led UE (5-16, 1-9 MVC) with five assists.  Three Braves (13-11, 7-5 MVC) reached double digits in the scoring column, led by Jayson Kent’s 14-point game.  Ville Tahvanainen scored 12 while Ari Boya added 10 points and a game-high 14 boards.

Bradley jumped out to a 7-2 advantage in the opening two minutes before Shamar Givance hit a triple before a Blaise Beauchamp basket tied it up at 7-7 at the 14:50 mark.  Following a field goal by the Braves, Noah Frederking drained a 3-pointer to put UE on top at 10-9.  After the Braves jumped back in front at 15-12, they would take control with a 12-0 stretch that continued and would finish as a 16-1 stretch over 7:27 of playing time.

Over that run. The Braves hit 7 of their 12 attempts while holding the Aces to 0-for-8 shooting and a pair of turnovers.  Jawaun Newton hit a layup with 4:11 remaining in the half to end the drought.  In the final minute, Preston Phillips connected on a triple to make it a 37-19 game at the break.

Things continued to go Bradley’s way in the second half when the third 3-pointer of the period pushed the lead to 31 points – 55-24 – with 12:25 left in the game.  The lead reached as many as 36 points in the final minutes before BU finished the day with the 76-41 victory.

Hitting 56% of their second-half attempts, the Braves finished the game at an even 50%.  They recorded 46 rebounds while limiting the Aces to 23.  UE shot 27.1% in the game.  The 41 points marked the lowest total for the team since a 47-41 loss at Northern Iowa in 2018.  It also tied for the lowest mark UE has had at the Ford Center (41 vs. Wichita State in 2015).

A busy week is coming up for the Aces with three games in five days.  Play opens on Tuesday at Indiana State with a 6 p.m. CT game before the teams meet up on Thursday at the Ford Center for a 6 p.m. tip.  Next Saturday, UE will be in Carbondale to face Southern Illinois.


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