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Tuesday, April 26, 2022

* Make Sure You Have the Correct Graduation Tassel

Please be sure to inform the bookstore of your degrees as you check out with your regalia to make sure you have the correct tassel for commencement. Thank you!

 
* Summer Hours and July 4 Holiday

Summer Hours
UE will reduce business hours during the summer from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Fridays. This schedule will be in place beginning Monday, May 9 through Friday, August 5. Regular hours will return Monday, August 8.

Friday Jeans Day
You can wear jeans on Fridays in the summer – as long as you wear purple on Fridays. Please dress appropriately and adjust the dress code as necessary on Fridays for visitors or other events.

July 4 Holiday
The University will observe Monday, July 4, as a holiday. In addition, the President’s Council added Friday, July 1 as an additional day off to make a long weekend a little longer for faculty and staff. The University will be closed on Friday, July 1 and Monday, July 4. Please enjoy the extended holiday weekend!

Submitted by University Relations
 

Upcoming Events

* Relaxation Station Set for Reading Study Day

The Office of Counseling Services is excited to announce the return of Relaxation Station in its traditional format! Stop by Eykamp 253-55 this Thursday from 1-3 pm to join us in taking a break from the stress of finals and studying. Tables will be set up around the room filled with various activities, and we invite you to sit and stay a while if you feel comfortable doing so. We will have games, goodie bags, to-go coffee and tea, create-your-own canvas bags, quiet study/reflection spaces, and more! As a new addition this semester, we will have a Tai Chi instructor offering brief 20-minute sessions beginning at 2pm in the Memorial Plaza (located in the shaded area between Ridgway and Olmstead).

RELAXATION STATION IS BACK AND BETTER THAN EVER!! We hope to see you there!

Submitted by Liz McCormick em232@evansville.edu
 
* Free Paper Shredding on Thursday, April 28

Free off-site paper shredding by Piranha Mobile Shredding will return to campus once again April 28 (Reading Study Day) from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00p.m. All UE students, faculty, staff, and alumni can take advantage of this free service by bringing paper to the Piranha truck in Koch Center for Engineering and Science parking lot. Paper will be shredded off-site. We will place bins along the parking lot to allow each person to empty their own material for a no contact approach.

So, if mounds of paper are taking over your office, home, or room, this is the time to gather those old files, receipts, cancelled checks, tax forms, etc. No need to take out the staples or paper clips. Avoid identity theft by having confidential information permanently destroyed.

Please - no telephone books, magazines, or newspapers. Also, please note that there is a 100-pound paper limit per visit (number of visits is not limited).

Submitted by Amber Elkins ae152@evansville.edu
 
* Music Conservatory Presents 44th Annual Gumberts Competition

The University of Evansville Music Conservatory presents the 44th ANNUAL GUMBERTS AWARD COMPETITION on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. in Neu Chapel. Admission is free and open to the public. The Gumberts competition features solo performances from four graduating music majors chosen by the UE Music faculty. The featured soloists are:

Alyssa DeCorrevont is a senior Music Therapy student. Alyssa is the President of both the University of Evansville Music Therapy Association and the Beta Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota. After she graduates, she hopes to get a music therapy internship at a pediatric hospital then pursue higher education.

Kate Maue is a Music Therapy major from Murphysboro, IL. Kate began playing the clarinet in elementary school and has participated in a variety of ensembles during her musical career. She is a four-year member of the Clarinet and Wind Ensembles at UE, including holding principal chairs in both ensembles. She has also played saxophone and bass clarinet in the Jazz Ensemble. Kate is currently the Vice President of the University of Evansville Music Therapy Association, and is an alumna member of the Beta Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity. After graduation, Kate plans to complete her music therapy internship specializing in mental health.

Grace Sinclair is a senior at the University of Evansville, graduating in May with a Bachelor of Music in Instrumental Music Education. She is active in the Music Conservatory, having participated in the Wind Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, and Woodwind Quintet during her time at the university. Along with playing in many performing ensembles, Grace is also an executive member of Sigma Alpha Iota on campus. This past summer, she was a camp counselor at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Twin Lake, MI. She is currently student teaching at North High School.

Austin Nickens is a senior Music Management/Logistics and Supply Chain Management major at the University of Evansville. Austin participates in the Music Conservatory through playing tuba in the Wind Ensemble and bass trombone in the Jazz Band. He has been a member and held leadership roles in multiple organizations on campus throughout his time at the University of Evansville, including Student Christian Fellowship, the UE Music Management Association, LEAD Forward, and the fraternity of Phi Mu Alpha. Graduating in May, Austin plans to begin his job in June as a Distribution Operations Supervisor at the T.J. Maxx Distribution Center.

 
* Thursday, April 28 Obsolete Electronics Recycling - Hale loop drive from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Students and employees (faculty, administrators and staff) can bring the following personal, obsolete electronic equipment to be recycled at no cost:
• LCD displays, LCD TV’s and LCD monitors, computers, printers, fax machines, laptops, cell phones, PDAs, cables, circuit boards, connectors, electrical equipment, audio video equipment, DVD players, stereos, radios, calculators, speakers, VCRs. Small quantities of batteries will be accepted.

The following items will NOT be accepted:
• CRT TV’s and CRT computer monitors
• Fluorescent light bulbs (including compact bulbs), refrigerators, freezers, microwaves, stoves, vacuum cleaners, dehumidifiers, leaking or enlarged batteries and any other items C&I deems unallowable
• Electronics owned by the University.

NOTE: The cost of processing CRT TV’s and CRT computer monitors has increased significantly, and the University is no longer able to cover these items. However, the City of Evansville is having their Spring Electronic Recycling Event on Saturday, April 30 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Civic Center parking lot. (9th & Walnut Streets) This is for residents of Vanderburgh county or Students provided you show your UE student ID.
Accepted items included: TVs, computers, monitors, printers, hard drives, laptops, fax/scanners, cell phones, DVD players, digital cameras, modems

Not Accepted: copy machines, microwaves, appliances

For more information or questions contact Amber Elkins at ae152 or 2697.

Submitted by Amber Elkins ae152@evansville.edu
 
* Spring Art Sale from the Department of Art

The Department of Art is having a Spring Art Sale. They will have Paintings, Drawings, Ceramics, Prints, and more. Come support the Department of Art and the Art Students. This event is rain or shine either inside Ridgeway Center or on the East Terrace Lawn. See flier for more details. Cash, check, or charge accepted.

Submitted by Todd Matteson tm8@evansville.edu
 
* Sexual Assault Awareness Month Upcoming Events

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, also known as SAAM. The Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion & Office of Institutional Equity have brought forth activities to bring awareness, education, and support in this time.

April 5th at 7:00 PM Sexual Assault Awareness Panel via Zoom.
The Panel consists of Counseling Services, Public Safety, Institutional Equity, EPD, Albion Fellows Bacon Center, Deaconess, and the Prosecutor’s Office.

Tuesday, April 13th at 7:00 PM in Eykamp: Not Someone Like Us: a collaboration between the CDEI and Evansville Civic Theatre. It is a play about sexual assault based on true stories. The Consent Pledge will take place before the play. The Center will also be hosting a talk back session after the play.

Monday, April 19th at 6:00 PM Bystander Intervention Training via Zoom.
Learn how to safely act when others may be in dangerous situations.

Submitted by Rachael Rose rr204@evansville.edu
 

Info You Should Know

* Slips, Trips & Falls

As spring and summer showers arrive, slips, trips, and falls are a major cause of injury that occurs to both visitors, students and employees. They can occur anywhere, but are of particular concern to our campus community.

What can you do to make a positive impact?

1) Be aware of your immediate surroundings
2) Wear comfortable, properly fitting non-slip shoes. Avoid wearing flip flops when it is raining as they can be extremely slippery on wet surfaces.
3) Be aware of the type of surface you are walking on and its condition
4) Adjust to environmental and walking surface conditions
5) Pay attention to “Wet Floor” warning signs to warn of known hazards
6) Practice Good Housekeeping
7) Keep walkways and hallways free of debris, clutter and obstacles
8) Only carry items that allow you to see clearly where you are going
9) Use handrails when going up or down stairs and not skip steps
10) Eliminate or minimize distractions while walking, such as looking at your cell phone

Report unsafe conditions to Office of Public Safety at 812-488-2051.

Be Safe With Each Step!

Submitted by Kim Winsett kw83@evansville.edu
 
* Spring 2022 SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society Honorees

The University of Evansville established a chapter of the SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society on January 12, 2022.  SALUTE recognizes the academic achievements among undergraduate and graduate veterans, active-duty military, National Guard, and reservists.

The criteria for undergraduate induction include: 

  • Honorably Discharged from military service
  • Minimum of 45 course credits hours earned at UE.
  • GPA  based on a 4.00 scale and off cumulative GPA at UE.
    Alpha 3.75 – 4.00
    Bravo 3.50 – 3.74
    Charlie 3.25– 3.49
    Delta  3.00 – 3.24

The criteria for graduate induction include:

  • Honorably Discharged from military service
  • Minimum of 12 credit hours earned at UE
  • GPA based on a 4.0 scale and off cumulative GPA at UE.
    Gold 3.50 – 4.00

The Spring 2022 SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society Undergraduate Honorees include:

  • Mr. Dakota Blankenship,  Army Veteran, Nursing Major Graduation: Spring 2022
  • Mr. Robert "Neal" Quick, Air Force Veteran, Accounting Major Graduation: Fall 2022
  • Ms. Megan Yoder, Navy Veteran, Student Veterans Organization President, Accounting Major Graduation: Spring 2022

Direct questions concerning the SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society to Dr. Tracey Y. Folden, Academic Affairs tf91@evansville.edu or 812-488-2509.

Submitted by Tracey Folden tf91@evansville.edu
 
* PSYC 229, 320, 405, and 420 Offered Asynchronously This Summer

During Summer Session 1 PYSC 229 (Social Psychology), PSYC 405 (Psychology of Gender), and PSYC 420 (Children, Psychology, and Law) will be offered asynchronously.

During Summer Session 2 PSYC 320 (Psychology and Law) and PSYC 405 (Gender, Psychology, and Law) will be offered asynchronously.

If you have any questions, please contact Professor McCracken at em157@evansville.edu.

Submitted by Evan McCracken em157@evansville.edu
 
* UE Launches "Forward >>," a $125 Million Comprehensive Campaign

On Saturday, April 23, the University of Evansville launched Forward >>, the comprehensive campaign dedicated to raising $125 million and investing in three major priorities for the campus. UE kicked off the multi-year project with a gala on campus, during which it was announced that more than $76 million has already been gifted toward the campaign.

“At UE, we have fostered a culture among our students to create positive change – not in 10 years, not after graduation, but now,” said Christopher M. Pietruszkiewicz, president of the University. “This campaign takes that culture to a new level. With this support, we can create a great impact across every facet of our campus."

Young adults must be equipped with the knowledge and skills to meet the demands of a rapidly evolving workforce. UE has adopted a forward-thinking approach to accommodate future generations of Aces, and the campaign will expand learning opportunities and experiences prior to graduation. The three pillars of Forward >> are listed here. More detailed information can be found at forward.evansville.edu as well as the press release that will be made public.

  • Powering a Transformational, Accessible Education: Support for endowed scholarships; the Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; the new Wellness and Recreation Center, and Carson Center revitalization.
  • Bringing Academics to Life: Support for the Center for Innovation & Change, updates and improvements to Wallace B. Graves Hall, Engineering Project Building, and the Harlaxton study abroad experience.
  • Fueling Faculty Who Discover, Teach, and Mentor: Support for endowed chairs and professorships, academic department funds, and student/faculty research.

Gifts can be made toward Forward >> at any time by visiting forward.evansville.edu. Updates on the amount gifted toward the comprehensive campaign will also be provided on the same webpage. All gifts will create a lasting impact on the University and support Aces for many years to come.

Submitted by University Relations
 
* Summer Work Study

On-campus jobs available for summer. Continuing undergraduates can apply for positions online through WebAdvisor. Students can work multiple jobs up to a combined 37.5 hours per week during summer. Summer enrollment is not required.

Submitted by Sean Riley sr252@evansville.edu
 
* Requests for Official Excused Absences During Finals

Please note that the Dean of Students office will not grant official excused absences during finals except for extreme circumstances (i.e.: death of an immediate family member, emergency surgery, etc.). Students who feel they are unable to take a scheduled final exam should work directly with their professors to discuss other possible options.

Submitted by Jenni Sauls js944@evansville.edu
 
* Rental returns due May 5

Any late textbooks will be subject to a 20% late fee. If you fail to return rented textbooks, your diploma and transcripts both go on hold. Don't miss this deadline!

Submitted by Niamh Steffens ss837@evansville.edu
 
* HS205 to be offered this Summer

HS205 will be offered Summer Session 1 2022. This will be an online, asynchronous class.

 
* The deadline to apply for the 2022-2023 Dr. Marvin E. Hartig Memorial Scholarship has been extended to May 6th

Family, friends and loved ones of the late Dr. Marvin E. Hartig are pleased to announce the application process for the Dr. Marvin E. Hartig Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is dedicated to the loving memory of Dr. Hartig, Dean of Evansville College’s Evening College in 1967, and administrator for the Center for Advanced Study, director of the Evansville chapter of the American Institute of Banking (AIB), and the international student advisor. In 1974, Dr. Hartig was appointed Dean of Academic Services. He retired in 1984 after serving his alma mater for thirty-five years and passed away in 2007.

This scholarship will be awarded annually to a deserving sophomore student. Preference will be given to a student working while being enrolled as a full-time student. International students are encouraged to apply.

Eligible students for the 2022-2023 Hartig Memorial Scholarship will be sophomores in the 2022-2023 academic year.

Apply for the 2022-2023 Hartig Memorial Scholarship

Deadline: Please return all materials to the Office of Student Financial Services by April 22, 2022. The decision will be announced by May 27, 2022.

Questions: Amber Chandler, Administrative Assistant to the Office of Student Financial Services, at ac547@evansville.edu or 812-488-2364

Submitted by Amber Chandler ac547@evansville.edu
 

Congratulations

* Psychology Student Casey Winters Presents at Midwestern Psychological Association

Casey Winters presented his poster entitled, "Children of Sex Offenders are Perceived Differently Based on Gender" - along with co-author, Professor Evan McCracken. Supporting hypotheses, participants were more likely to discriminate against offenders' adolescent sons than daughters and were more likely to believe sons, but not daughters, are abnormal and undeserving of sympathy.

Submitted by Evan McCracken em157@evansville.edu
 
* Congratulations to the 2022 AISC/Indiana Fabricators Association Scholarship recipient

Elisa Cardona, a senior civil engineering student received the 2022 AISC/Indiana Fabricators Association Scholarship. Congratulations, Elisa.

Submitted by Suresh Immanuel ss476@evansville.edu
 
* Congratulations 29th Annual Leadership Award Recipients

The Center for Student Engagement would like to congratulate all the winners that were recognized at the University of Evansville 29th Annual Leadership Awards Ceremony & Reception that was held on April 20, 2022.

Here is a list of this year’s winners:

Admission Ambassador Service Award: Shane Ranschaert

Admission Ambassador Leadership Award: Grace Reisinger

Admission Ambassador Vision Award: Crispin Ewen

Lois D. Patton Award: Anna Lowry

Ralph H. Coleman Scholar Student Athlete: Tanner Craig

SGA Vision Award: Alex Ortiz

Mark R. Simpson Award: HarMonee Baltzell

Student Media - Crescent Magazine- The Glue: Rachel Fisher

Student Media - Crescent Magazine - The Hustler: Paris Himes & Maddy Webb

Student Media - Crescent Magazine - The Rock: Rylie Stephens

Outstanding Intramural Supervisor: Drew Cvelbar

Outstanding International Leadership: Pema Sherpa

Outstanding International Senior: Xinyue Bi

Diversity and Inclusion at Work Award: International Club

Champion of Diversity Award: Shane Ranschaert

President's Diversity and Inclusion Senior Award: Ty Meadors

Emerging Changemaker Award: Imelda Salgado

Changemaker of the Year Award: Samantha Kinnevan

Resident Assistant of the Year: Amanda Ward

Donnie Dunville Dedication & Service Award: Lauren Stevenson

Golden Heart Award - Student: Paige Webster

Golden Heart Award - Staff: Dr. Dana Clayton

Senior Keynote Address Finalists: Anh Tran & Katlyn Hands

Senior Keynote Address Speaker: Mohammed Amaan Alikhan

Howard S. Rosenblatt Dean of Students Leadership Award - Advisor of the Year: Dr. Edward Curran

Howard S. Rosenblatt Dean of Students Leadership Award - Organization of the Year: Resident Students Association

Howard S. Rosenblatt Dean of Students Leadership Award - Student Leader of the Year: Mackenzie McFeron

Ace Certificate Recipients: Falicity Atkins, Chloe Bontrager, Claire Brown, Katherine Dowell, Merris Egloff, Michael Furman, Baylee Geng, Dani Hurwitz, Zachary Jakpor, Ava Kelly, Samantha Kinnevan, Alexa Markl, Kausalya Mandipalli, Alec McAlister, Grace McGuire, Autumn Owens, Arian Medina Paredes, NaTaya Partee, Sue Prasad, Tyla Rasche, Anna Schindler, John Sutter, Michela Till, Amanda Ward, Casey Winters, Majestica Weatherford, Paige Webster, Haley Worland

Please take time to congratulate the winners and celebrate the accomplishments of your fellow UE students & leaders. Recipients may request their photo at cse@evansville.edu.

 
* UE Students to Present at Posters on the Hill

Posters on the Hill is the signature student advocacy event for the Council on Undergraduate Research. Each year, 60 research presentations are selected from approximately 300 applications. Students are invited from all over the country and Puerto Rico to learn about how to advocate for undergraduate research with members of Congress, present their research, and discuss the impact undergraduate research has had on their college experience and future educational and career goals.

The student researchers selected from UE include Jackson Smith (Team Lead), Alek Dunkelberger, and Edward Friesel, all mechanical engineering seniors set to graduate this spring. The presentation portion of the conference will be held via Zoom on Wednesday, April 27, 2022, between 1:00 and 2:40 p.m. CST. The student’s poster presentation is titled The Investigation into the Existence of Local Minimum and Maximum Locations in Thermosiphon System Efficiency. Their research involves work on a passive thermosiphon, which can be used to provide domestic hot water or supplement domestic heating. It is a green solar energy driven system without any moving parts. Dr. Douglas Stamps is their faculty research advisor.

The presentation is free and open for all to attend virtually. Information can be found at

https://www.cur.org/what/events/students/POH__meet_the_researchers_2022/.

Click on “RVSP to Support Researchers” to register to attend. The UE team will be in Zoom room 7. Attendees can come and go throughout the hour and 40 minutes period.

Congratulations to Jackson, Alek, and Edward!

Submitted by Paula Heldt ph28@evansville.edu
 

Thank You

* Faculty Retirement Tree Planting Ceremony

The following were honored at the Faculty Retirement Tree Planting Ceremony that took place on Sunday, April 24th:

• Sharon Gieselmann- Associate Professor of Education/Chair
• Donald Rodd- Professor of Exercise Science and Physical Therapy
• David Unger- Professor of Mechanical and Civil Engineering

A video of the event was made and will be shared at a later date. Please join us to wish them well in their retirement.

 


 

Dr. Sharon Gieselmann
Associate Professor of Education/Department Chair

Dr. Sharon Gieselmann is an associate professor in the School of Education.  Prior to coming to the University of Evansville, she served as an elementary school principal, elementary school teacher, and staff developer.  She also provided professional development to schools in the south and midwest as a literacy coach and area manager for The McGraw-Hill Companies.  Dr. Gieselmann earned a bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of Southern Indiana, a master's degree in education with an emphasis in Elementary Education from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from the University of Louisville.  She also has a teaching endorsement in Gifted Education and school administrative credentials from Western Kentucky University.  She was the recipient of the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and is listed on the School of Education’s Honor Wall for exemplary contributions to the field of education.

Dr. Gieselmann’s research interests include social justice issues in public schools. Her work has been shared at conferences in Moscow, Russia, Paris, France, and Brighton, United Kingdom.  Dr. Gieselmann’s most recent work is included in two books for aspiring administrators in university preparation programs, Quandaries of the Small-District Superintendency and Snapshots of School Leadership in the 21st Century; Perils and Promises of Leading for Social Justice, School Improvement, and Democratic Community.

Since becoming the department chair, the School of Education team has increased enrollment in the Transition to Teaching program, added the Accelerated Elementary Education second degree program, and an Early Start Education Certificate program for high school students.  The department has completed successful Pep and Vim campaigns annually to provide new furniture for education classrooms, updated the Tapley Education Center, and purchased Promethean Boards to provide students with improved resources.  The Department has secured over $1 million dollars in grants focusing on STEM activities, Project Lead the Way initiatives, Google Workspace PD for almost 800 educators, and tutoring to help K-12 students with academic challenges associated with Covid. 

 


 

Dr. Donald Rodd
Professor of Exercise Science and Physical Therapy

Dr. Rodd graduated from Marquette University with a degree in Medical Technology (now called Clinical Laboratory Science) and worked in hospital settings for many years.  He was a director of a private laboratory in Troy, NY.  He received a master’s degree from Marquette University in Physiology with a concentration in Neurophysiology.  His PhD is from Penn State University in Physiology with a concentration in Exercise and Nutrition.  Upon graduation from Penn State, he was a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Biochemistry and at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center in Biochemistry.  His research started in the neural control of metabolism and has evolved to include different areas of Exercise Physiology, and he has mentored several students in undergraduate research.

Dr. Rodd has been in six different departments since he began at the University (Biology, PE, Human Kinetics, Exercise Science, Public Health, and Health Sciences).  During his early years in the current department, he developed the core of the Exercise Science major as it exists now.  He was very active and involved in many different areas of the university including Undergraduate Research, Faculty Governance (being a member of almost every elected faculty senate committee at some point in his career), and twelve years on Faculty Senate and twice Faculty Senate Chair.  His retirement will allow him to spend more time with his beautiful wife, Barbara, and his needy canine companion, Mickey.  His son, Alex, graduated from UE with a degree in Athletic Training and a Doctor of Physical Therapy, and his daughter, Olivia, is scheduled to graduate from UE with a degree in Education.

 


 

Dr. David Unger
Professor of Mechanical and Civil Engineering

Dr. Unger graduated from St. Louis University with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, and he also earned an M.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering and his Ph.D. in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Dr. Unger is the author of the textbook, Analytical Fracture Mechanics, which was originally published in hard cover by Academic Press (1995), and later reprinted in paperback form by Dover Publications in 2001 and again in 2011. He was awarded the Sadelle and Sydney Berger Award for scholarly activity by the University of Evansville in 2005, the Dean’s Teaching Award in the School of Engineering and Computer Science in 2006 and designated a UE Global Scholar in 2007. He was a professionally licensed engineer for twenty years and has served on the UE faculty for twenty-one years.

Dr. Unger’s specialty areas are Nonlinear and Environmentally Assisted Fracture Mechanics, Solid Mechanics, and Materials.  He has been published over fifty times.

 


 

Submitted by Tobi Audas oa51@evansville.edu
 

Harlaxton Happenings

* Spring 2023 Harlaxton applications

There are still spaces available for Harlaxton Spring 2023, but we are filling fast! If you have an interest in going to Harlaxton next spring, be sure to talk with your advisor and get your application in by the end of this semester if possible! You can find the course information and application on the Harlaxton website here: https://harlaxton.evansville.edu/accepted/semester.cfm. Feel free to reach out to the Harlaxton team with questions at harlaxton@evansville.edu!

Submitted by Kaylynn McCalister kc205@evansville.edu
 
* Harlaxton Walled Garden Presentations

Come learn about the plans for the exciting new Walled Garden project at Harlaxton with Dr. Holly Carter and Ian Welsh! These presentations are open to all faculty, staff, and students at University of Evansville, as well as UE and Harlaxton alumni. They will be held in person in the Schroeder Family School of Business Administration building. There will be presentations on Monday, April 25 at 1pm, 4pm, and 6pm, and Tuesday, April 26 at 10pm and 12pm. Please sign up for slot to attend here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0944afa923a0fc1-harlaxton, and feel free to contact Kaylynn McCalister with any questions at kc205@evansville.edu or 812-488-2039.

 

Athletics

* Kiel posts low round for UE in second round

Leading the way for the University of Evansville men’s golf team in Monday’s second round of the Missouri Valley Conference Championship was Henry Keil, who carded a 2-over 74.

Kiel lowered his tally by six strokes from the first to the second round at the Country Club of Paducah.  His total score of 154 is 26th overall and third on the Purple Aces squad.  Leading the UE contingent after 36 holes is the duo of Carson Parker and Caleb Wassmer.  Parker followed up his opening round 76 with a 77 while Wassmer finished today with a 78 following a 75 a day ago.  Both are tied for 21st with scores of 153.

Following Kiel in the order is Isaac Rohleder.  He made the largest jump for the Aces, dropping his score from an 85 to a 76 on Monday.  His 161 is tied for 36th.  Dallas Koth also made a nice leap.  His second-round score of 78 was seven better than his first-round score. 

Southern Illinois has a firm grasp in the team standings, pacing Valparaiso by 17 strokes going into the final 18 holes on Tuesday.  SIU posted a 285 in round two and stand with a 580.  Valpo is in second with a 597 while Illinois State and Drake are tied for third with a 601.

Max Kreikemeier of Missouri State holds the individual lead.  One of the lowest rounds in championship history saw him card a 5-under 67 to jump in front.  His 141 is three ahead of Tom Cleaton of the Salukis.ß

 

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