University of Evansville

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Thursday, May 24, 2012

Upcoming Events

* Reception for Lucas Brandt

As many of you know, Lucas Brandt, Manager, Risk and Environmental Management,  is retiring from his position at the end of this month. To recognize his efforts at UE over the past six years, a reception will be held in Administrative Services, located on the second floor of the General services building, on Thursday, May 31 from 2:00-3:30 p.m. Please stop by and wish Lucas well.
 

Info You Should Know

* Dean's List Announcements Sent to Hometown Newspapers

Congratulations to all students who made the Spring 2012 Dean's List! To recognize this achievement, news releases were sent Thursday to your hometown newspapers and posted online at readabout.me.

You should have received an e-mail notification with a link to view your story online and share your achievement with friends and family through e-mail, Facebook, and Twitter. You can also to log in to readabout.me via Facebook to customize your profile by adding a photo, leadership positions, activities, and professional experience.

Your online reputation is important – most employers Google an applicant's name during the hiring process for jobs and internships. UE is dedicated to helping students create a positive online profile by providing readabout.me as a free service. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of University Relations at x2241. 

* UE Libraries Announce Memorial Day Holiday Hours

Libraries will observe the following schedule of hours for the Memorial Day Holiday.
Contact William Louden, University Librarian, with questions at 488.2376  or
wflouden@evansville.edu .

-         Friday, May 25th:         7:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
-         Saturday, May 26th:    CLOSED
-         Sunday, May 27th:       CLOSED
-         Monday, May 28th:     CLOSED
-         Tuesday, May 29th:      Resume Regular Hours

* Health Tip to Minimize Stress

Many times stress is the result of things left unresolved, like work projects, medical visits, paperwork and many other concerns. These tasks can hang your head week after week, building up stress without even realizing it.

Make a list of all the small things that have piled up, then come up with a time line to make them disappear. By catching up and completing these, you will feel in better control.

The nurse will be in Olmsted lobby on Thursday, May 24, 9 – 11 a.m. 

* Propylene Recall

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a voluntary recall of propylene containing compressed gas cylinders that are used for soldering, brazing, cutting and welding. They contain 14.1 oz Map-Pro, 14.1 oz Propylene or 16 oz MAPP (Methyl Acetylene Propadiene Stabilized). The cylinders are approximately 3” in diameter and 11” tall and are either yellow or black in color. They were sold alone and in kits that include a torch and a cylinder. To assist you in identifying whether you have such cylinders in your possession, please refer to the below images of the cylinders in question, including the kit. At issue is the seal on the cylinders that can leak after torches or other fuel consuming equipment are disconnected from them, posing a fire hazard. In the event you possess any of these cylinders or the kit please follow the instructions outlined in the CPSC notice by clicking on this link. Contact Lucas Brandt (lb96 or 2697) with any questions you may have.

Congratulations

* Bill Hemminger

Bill Hemminger, Chair of the Department of English, has just published a book, African Son, which is now available in the UE bookstore.  African Son is a collection of personal essays relative to his many experiences living and working in Africa.  There will be a book signing at Barnes and Noble on Saturday, 2 June, at 2 p.m.

Athletics

* Baseball Ends Season After Redbirds Rally, 5-4, in 10

The University of Evansville baseball team was three outs away from advancing to another tournament game, as the Aces led 4-3 in the top of the ninth. However, Matt Mirabal’s RBI double to left-centerfield forced extra innings and in the 10th, Chad Hinshaw belted his second home run in as many at-bats, representing the winning run, as the Illinois State University Redbirds knocked Evansville out of the 2012 State Farm Missouri Valley Conference Tournament by a score of 5-4.

The Aces’ young squad finished the season with a 32-27 overall record.

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