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Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Upcoming Events

* CDEI Presents: Unconscious Bias and Prejudice in Higher Education

Join the Center for Diversity Equity and Inclusion in understanding unconscious and implicit bias on and around campus!

This session will be led by the CDEI Faculty Director, Dr. Valerie Stein. At the end of this session you will have a better understanding of what exactly an unconscious bias is, how it impacts our understanding, decisions and actions, and how to work to mitigate it in our every day lives.

Session will be held on June 15th from 11-12pm in Hyde Hall 108.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Submitted by Abagail Christine Catania
* Help us welcome new students and families for SOAR - June 17 and June 24

Our incoming students and their parents will be on campus June 17 and June 24 for Student Orientation and Academic Registration (SOAR)! If you are on campus, please keep your eye out for our new students and guests who may need assistance finding campus locations. Don't forget to wear purple! Questions about the program can be directed to Megan Sicard ( or Jenni Sauls (, or families can be brought to Student Life for help throughout the program.

If you have felt undercaffeinated this summer--Chartwells will be operating the coffee shop at Rademacher's Cafe in Ridgway from 8am-4pm each SOAR day. They will be set up with a limited menu, but employees are invited to buy coffee as well on SOAR days.

Submitted by Megan Sicard

Info You Should Know

* UE Health Insurance Demonstration - HealthJoy

Employee Health Insurance Reminder: Sign Up for HealthJoy!

One of several enhancements offered through the University’s employee health insurance plan is HealthJoy. This free app will help you save time and money, and make the most of your benefits. HealthJoy helps you centralize all of your benefits and save on healthcare in one easy-to-use app. As soon as you download and create your profile, you’ll see all of your benefits displayed in HealthJoy’s benefits wallet. In the app you’ll also find:

  • 24/7 virtual consults with a medical professional who can diagnose and even write Rx’s
  • Expert personal healthcare concierge to help with employee benefits or healthcare questions
  • Virtual provider search and appointment booking
  • Medical bill review
  • Prescription savings

HealthJoy will offer a webinar on June 27 at 1 pm to provide a demo of the app at: The Zoom will be recorded for those employees unable to attend on the 27th.

To get started with HealthJoy, just look for the activation email in your inbox or call (877) 500-3212. If you have questions, you can email HealthJoy at


Submitted by Lori LeDuc /
* Surplus Wood Dorm Furniture Sale

The University of Evansville has a surplus of furniture. Furniture is being made available for purchase on Saturday, June 25th from 8 a.m. till noon at the UE Armory located on 301 S Rotherwood.

Items include: desks, dressers, chairs, twin beds (no mattresses) with some capable of bunking. All items are $5 each, cash only, on a first come, first serve basis, sold as is. Items must be picked up and loaded by the buyer at the time of purchase. Buyers will be required to sign a “Condition of Surplus form” at time of payment prior to pick up.

Those interested may contact Fred Wilson via email at for questions, general pictures, to arrange location and time for pickup.

Submitted by Fred Wilson
* Welcome the new Data Analyst, Ifechi Umeh

Please join us in welcoming Ifechi Umeh as Data Analyst for the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. Ifechi is a 2022 University of Evansville graduate with a double major in Economics and Statistics & Data Science. Ifechi was awarded the 2022 Bennett-Knott Award for the Outstanding Senior in Math. If you see Ifechi on campus, please introduce yourself.

Submitted by Tobi Audas
* New Satellite Copier Summer Transition

UE is transitioning black and white satellite copiers on campus this summer. The first satellite copier being transitioned is the production copier D125 located in OH on the 2nd floor. The D125 will be removed later this week (Thursday/Friday) and will be replaced with a Xerox 7556 (a color copier). In addition, 7556 series color copiers will be replacing the eight (8) black/white Satellite copiers in the following locations at a future date.

Satellite Copiers:

• Ridgway Center, 2nd floor
• Grave Hall, 2nd floor
• Fine Arts, 2nd floor
• Hyde Hall, 2nd floor
• Carson Center
• General Services, 2nd floor
• Physical Plant, 2nd floor

Note: The color production copier currently in KC on the second floor will remain for at least a year.

Watch AceNotes for future updates.

Submitted by Kim Winsett


* Ray Shelton Promoted to Lab Manager in the School of Engineering and Computer Science

Congratulations to Ray Shelton on his well-deserved promotion to Lab Manager in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Ray started his tenure as the Lab Technician for Mechanical and Civil Engineering. Congratulations, Ray!

Submitted by Suresh Immanuel /

Harlaxton Happenings

* Harlaxton Faculty Member Publishes Article

Tim Williams of Harlaxton College has published an article in Early Music (OUP) "Rethinking early music in a time of isolation" with co-author Magnus Williamson. The article is on rethinking approaches to early music via lockdown methods that emerged in the Covid-19 pandemic, based on the work at St Wulfram’s Church in Grantham.

Submitted by Holly Carter


* Logan Belz named Associate AD for Revenue Generation

University of Evansville Director of Athletics Ziggy Siegfried has announced the hiring of Logan Belz as the Associate Athletics Director for Revenue Generation. 

“We are excited to have Logan join the athletics senior leadership team.  He is an individual that will make an instant positive impact on our department, and our community,” Siegfried exclaimed.  “He has an unmatched work ethic, a passion for supporting student-athletes, and he is an individual that provides a high-level of service to everyone he encounters. I have worked with Logan for several years and I can tell you that the Purple Aces got better with him joining our team!”

Belz will develop and execute strategies for revenue generation, foster relationships with constituents, and will be a member of the Director of Athletics’ executive leadership team. Belz will also serve as a sport administrator for multiple sports. 

“I want to thank Dr. Ziggy Siegfried for inviting me to be a part of The University of Evansville Purple Aces family! The Purple Aces have a long history of athletics success. I can’t wait to hit the ground running and help create an amazing atmosphere at all of our athletics events, Belz said.  “I’m excited to get out into our community and get to know Purple Aces alumni, friends, fans, and longtime supporters that love the Purple & Orange. Our coaches, scholar-athletes, and constituents are the life blood of our Purple Aces program and I’ll be here for them to listen and learn.”

“I will go to sleep and wake up thinking about the Purple Aces every day and work tirelessly to assist in creating amazing memories for our fanbase. The Purple Aces are on the rise and I’m looking forward to getting to work and grinding for our community.”

Belz joins the Aces program from Cal State Bakersfield where he worked for Siegfried during his tenure with the Roadrunners.  Most recently, Belz was the Assistant Athletics Director for Special Projects.  He joined the department in July of 2015 and held other positions in revenue generation, ticketing and operations.  While at CSU Bakersfield, Belz broke revenue records and CSUB saw an all-time high for season and group tickets for all eight ticketed sports.

He also spearheaded many gameday fan engagement projects that resulted in sell outs for different sporting events. Those projects included Men’s Basketball Education Day, Men’s Basketball Agriculture Night and “Runners On The Road” bus trips to different contests. He also assisted in fundraising for numerous sport specific fundraisers such as Hot Stove, which benefited CSUBs baseball program, Evening with Coach Rod Barnes, which benefited the Men’s Basketball program, the Tip-Off Luncheon, which benefited both basketball programs, and Brains of Bakersfield, which benefited the Men’s Soccer program.

His efforts were equally impressive in women’s sports at CSUB.  He led initiatives that broke ticket revenue and attendance records in tickets sports that included women’s basketball, softball, women’s soccer and volleyball.  Multiple community initiatives were introduced that connected the Bakersfield community to the programs.

Before making the move to Bakersfield, Belz worked at the University of Memphis as an Athletics Development Assistant.  He assisted with the 901 campaign that helped to steward new members and donors while contributing in multiple facets of managing gameday operations for the development staff. 

His first position in California came at UC Berkeley where he worked from 2013-14 as a Development Assistant/Event Ambassador for the Cal Alumni Association while serving the Golden Bears’ Athletics Department as an Olympic Sport Operations Assistant. 

As a student at Memphis, Belz was the Head Manager for the men’s basketball team for over two seasons.  He earned a BS in Sports and Leisure Management from Memphis in 2014 before obtaining his Master of Public Administration (MPA) from CSU Bakersfield in 2017.

Submitted by Athletics

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