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Wednesday, April 5, 2023

* Take the UE Campus Survey

We want to hear from you! The UE Campus Survey is a tool to collect feedback from our campus community, including students, faculty, staff, and administration. Select the button below to complete the online survey, which takes about 15 minutes. The survey will be available from April 3-21, 2023.

Take the survey online today!

Submitted by Holly Lee Smith
* Koch Market Temporarily Closed

Due to terminal failure in the POS system at Koch Market, this location will be closed until we are able to locate and connect a replacement. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience while we work to resolve this issue.

Submitted by Samantha Williams

Pep and Vim/Reunion Weekend

* FREE Swag for Volunteers - Purple Flags

2023 Reunion T-shirt

On Saturday, April 8, the Alumni and Engagement team will be placing purple flags around campus for Pep and Vim, the UE annual day of giving. One way we express gratitude for UE donors is by planting one flag for every person who has made a gift to the university over the past year. This allows everyone on campus to see the generosity of the UE family and to know there’s an amazingly philanthropic community that continues to empower all Aces.

We need your help planting flags on April 8! We will begin at 10:00 a.m. and we should be finished by noon. Each volunteer will receive a FREE Reunion Weekend t-shirt, and one volunteer will be selected at random to win a premium prize! If you would like to volunteer, please contact

Thank you and GO ACES!

Submitted by Jaime Wilder
* SAA Volunteers Needed for Penny Wars

Penny Wars is coming, and we need your help to raise funds for the UESAA Scholarship. This scholarship is sponsored every year by the generosity of the campus community through the annual Penny Wars competition. SAA members are needed to help run the table during lunch from April 10-14. Sign up today!

Submitted by Jaime Wilder
* Alumni Awards Dinner is Saturday, April 15, 2023

Alumni Awards Details

Alumni Award Side 2

Welcome Home: An Alumni Awards Celebration

April 15, 2023 – Ridgway University Center
Cocktails 5:00 p.m. Class of 1959 Gallery, Ridgway University Center
Dinner 6:30 p.m. Eykamp Hall, Ridgway University Center
Awards 7:15 p.m.        
Prosecco Toast 8:30 p.m.

Tickets are $75 per person.

Sponsorships available.

Cocktail Attire

Register here! (use link


  • Distinguished Alumnus Maj. Gen. Ondra L. Berry ’86
  • Distinguished Alumnus (Posthumous) Craig Tooley ’83
  • Distinguished Young Alumnus Kyle Freeland ’15
  • Samuel Orr Honorary Alumna Henrietta Chubb
  • Edie Bates Volunteer Service Award Nafeeza “Birdie” (Mohammed) Harrison ’03
Submitted by Jaime Wilder /
* Reunion Weekend April 14-16, 2023

Class of 1973 50th Reunion
Nursing 70th Anniversary Reunion
Athletics Reunion
Alumni Awards Celebration
Campus Tours
And more!
Register here

Submitted by Jaime Wilder
* Pep and Vim, the UE Annual Day of Giving, is April 14, 2023 – Click to learn more!

First created by a UE alumnus, “Pep and Vim,” UE’s Annual Day of Giving, was brought to life in 2012. We shouted our school spirit from the rooftops, and we were honored that the Aces community responded to our first Pep and Vim by making 250 philanthropic gifts that totaled over $5,000.

Flash forward to April 2022, Pep and Vim’s 10-year anniversary, and you can see how UE’s Day of Giving has grown over the last decade. Over 2,000 gifts were made to the university, totaling over $400,000. Gifts came in from 44 states, providing opportunities for growth within all 3 academic colleges on campus, as well as for Harlaxton College and UE Athletics.

Now it’s time for Pep and Vim 2023, and with you by our side, we know we can up our game once more. The UE Alumni Board of Directors has issued a philanthropic challenge! If, as one Aces family, we make 2,023 gifts to any UE project, they will gift $20,000 to the UEvansville Fund!

Sometimes philanthropy can feel too big for us as individuals. But when we join together, we can change the lives of countless others. That’s why, at UE, everyone can be a philanthropist. Whether you can give $5 or $5,000, your gift will move the University of Evansville FORWARD into a bright and hopeful future.

To make a gift and help unlock the Alumni Board’s challenge, please visit

Thank you and GO ACES!

Submitted by Jaime Wilder

Upcoming Events

* University Choirs to Perform with Orchestra

The University Choir and Choral Society will perform on Tuesday, April 11, at 7:30 p.m. in Neu Chapel. The concert will feature Song of Destiny by Brahms and Te Deum for Empress Marie Therese, both with full orchestra.

The concert is free and open to the public.

Live stream is available at

Submitted by Amy Esche
* Save the Date: UE Litfest April 14-April 15

Save the date: UE Litfest will take place on the evening of Friday, April 14 and the morning of Saturday, April 15! UE English and Creative Writing's 11th annual Melvin M. Peterson Literary Forum and Hemminger-Brown Lecture kicks off on Friday night at 7pm in Soba 162 with guest speaker Dr. Vanessa Rapatz speaking on Shakespeare's Histories and Netflix's The Crown and is followed by UE student presentations on Saturday morning on the second floor of the Schroeder School of Business Building. This event is free and open to the public!

Submitted by Sara Petrosillo
* Reception for Michelle Braun

Stop by Distribution Services on Tuesday, April 4, from 3:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. to thank Michelle Braun for her dedicated and loyal service to UE over the past six years. Michelle will be leaving campus at the end of this week to pursue another job opportunity. Be sure to drop by Distribution Services and wish her well!!

Submitted by Kim Winsett
* Vanderburgh County Tox-Away Day

UE’s environmental, health and safety manager would like to let the UE Community know about the 2023 Tox Away Day planned for Saturday, April 8. The event is from 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. at the Civic Center parking lot (Ninth and Walnut). This program is for Vanderburgh County households only. Help dispose of hazardous materials properly, so they don’t end up entering local streams and rivers.

Items accepted include oil-based paint, solvents & thinners, pesticides, herbicides, household chemicals, motor oil, antifreeze, gasoline, auto batteries and fluids, smoke detectors, fluorescent tube lights, fire extinguishers and pharmaceuticals at this free disposal program.

For a complete list, and for items not accepted, see the Vanderburgh County website:

Submitted by Amber Elkins
* FREE, confidential HIV testing at Health Center- first

FREE, confidential HIV testing at Student Health Center first Wednesday of every month from 9-11am performed by Matthew 25. No appointment necessary.

Submitted by Tara Ulrich
* College of Business & Engineering Speaker Series: Community Engaged Scholarship

Making a Difference Through Research & Teaching: The Impact of Microlending

Tuesday, April 11th

Lunch & Learn
12:20 – 1:15 p.m.

Join us to learn about UE research and classes making a positive impact on society.
Both in person and zoom options will be provided. If you register to attend the event via zoom, the link will be provided to you 24 hours prior to the event. Please be sure to check your spam folder. If you do not receive the information, please contact Nick Bragin at

Reimagining Financial Inclusion in the Post COVID-19 World: The Case for Grameen America
Dr. Rania Mousa
Associate Professor of Accounting and Mead Johnson Nutrition Endowed Chair in Business

Dr. Mousa identified and analyzed the key initiatives implemented by Grameen America in alleviating the financial hardships of its underserved female members, thereby contributing to the attainment of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Her paper has been published in the International Journal of Ethics and Systems. Dr. Mousa, a recipient of the 2022-2023 Global Scholar Award, presented her research at the Sustainable and Socially Responsible Finance Conference held at the Yunus Social Business Center in the University of Bologna in Italy.

A Managerial Perspective on Underbanked Entrepreneurs: Barriers to Lending and Community Partnership Solutions
Dr. Beverly Brockman – Schroeder Family Dean, College of Business & Engineering
Dr. Chris Brockman – Professor of Finance, Director - Institute for Banking & Finance

The unique barriers confronting entrepreneurs in low-income communities in obtaining debt capital in the United States remain unclear. The authors identify two sets of barriers to financial lending and present community-based partnership solutions to improve access to capital for underbanked entrepreneurs. Their research was published in the Journal of Economics and Finance Education.

Loan Opportunities through the UE Microloan Program
Dr. Chris Brockman – Professor of Finance, Director - Institute for Banking & Finance

The UE Microloan Program is an experiential student-run program administered by the Institute for Banking and Finance in the University of Evansville Schroeder School of Business. Funding for the microloan program was provided by Old National Bank. Advisors for the Southwest Indiana Small Business Development Center serve as executive mentors for microloan participants.

Register for this event.

Submitted by Nick Bragin
* Student Art Exhibition

The 61st Annual Undergraduate Student Exhibition opens on March 20 through April 5, 2023 in the Melvin Peterson Gallery.

Please join us for the student awards reception on Thursday, March 23 in the Melvin Peterson Gallery from 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm.

Submitted by Carol McCraney

Changemaker Corner

* Habitat for Humanity Barn Blitz!

Barn Blitz

Barn Blitz is an event where UE students team up with the local Habitat chapter to build yard barns for community members who have received Habitat homes.

This year’s Barn Blitz will take place on April 22nd at 9:00am in the parking lot behind the Evansville Habitat for Humanity (560 E Diamond Ave. Evansville, IN). Our goal is to have 20 teams, each made up of 6-8 people, so that we can build 20 barns.

Attached is the link to the signup genius for Barn Blitz teams. If you are part of an organization, it would be greatly appreciated if you could encourage them to create a Barn Blitz team!

Feel free to reach out to with any questions.

Submitted by Isabelle Stapp
* ChangeLab STAT 300 - Data in the Real World

STAT 300 / ChangeLab 300 - Data Analysis in the Real World

Do you want to challenge yourself in data analytics ChangeLab by working on a real-world project?
If so, join us at the ChangeLab in Fall 2023. We will have enough tasks if you have elementary, intermediate, or
advanced data analytics skills. You will work on the project in a team supervised by a coach. Your project management,
teamwork, professional interaction, and presentation skills will be developed.

If you have any questions or want to know more about the ChangeLab, please contact Dr. Omid Khormali via email

Submitted by Stacey Beard /

Info You Should Know

* LEAD Forward Accepting Applications 2023-24

The LEAD Forward program invites students to apply for the 2023-2024 LEAD Fellows cohort! LEAD Forward is an executive-style leadership skills development program. Students learn and grow through an intense retreat in August, monthly meetings with local community and business leaders, and one-on-one coaching. Students will receive an individualized leadership development plan that will guide their training throughout the program. We will also have lots of fun as we work as a team to improve our leadership, teamwork, and communication skills. We are looking for student leaders (current Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors) who are passionate about leadership! We welcome students of all majors as we believe leadership grows stronger through interdisciplinary ideas and fellowship. LEAD Forward is designed to be a year-long program, with participants committed to attend all scheduled meetings. However, we recognize that some of our top student leaders are also planning to study abroad, complete full-time internships, etc. and so we are happy to work with students to develop an individualized semester-long program or other alternative schedules. Please complete this application electronically and return via email to program director Megan Taylor ( by Friday, April 7 at 5pm.

Submitted by Megan Taylor
* SPAN-112 & SPAN-211 Online courses – Summer 2

SPAN-112 and SPAN-211 will be offered during Summer 2 as online, synchronous classes. Both are 3 credit hour courses that will run from June 19 to July 21, 2023. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Cindy Crowe at

Submitted by Cindy Crowe
* Tear down walls! Build bridges! Latino Community Outreach

If you would like to contribute to tearing down walls and building bridges, and if you have studied Spanish in high school or college or are a native speaker, please consider signing up for CHNG-310-S02 Latino Community Outreach. We run different projects within the ChangeLab to meet the needs of the Latino community as they arise. Our two areas of focus are healthcare and education. The common themes of all our projects are appreciation of diversity, inclusivity and respect, multicultural understanding, and the correction of stereotypes.

You can take the course for 0,1, 2, or 3 credit hours so that it works optimally in your schedule. If you would like more details on the Latino Community Outreach projects or have any questions, please contact Dr. Cindy Crowe at

Submitted by Cindy Crowe
* 2023-24 Dr. Marvin E. Hartig Scholarship

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 2023-2024 Hartig Memorial Scholarship will be sophomores in the 2023-2024 academic year.

The application can be found online.

Deadline: Please return all materials to the Office of Student Financial Services by May 5, 2023. The decision will be announced by May 26, 2023.

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

Submitted by Amber Chandler
* UE to host Innovate WIthIN Regional Pitching Competition

On April 10, ten student teams will be competing in the STARTedUP Foundation’s Innovate WithIN program Region 1 competition hosted by the University of Evansville. Students will present their pitches in front of an audience comprising government officials, business leaders, educators, and family members. Not only will these students receive great exposure, but they are also competing for a first-place prize of $25,000 in venture capital funding. Each team will also have the opportunity to enter an exclusive alumni program, receive thousands of dollars in scholarships, and are invited to travel to Washington D.C. over the summer.

You are invited to attend this local competition and experience these impressive student pitches. Join in person in Eykamp Hall on April 10 from 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. CDT or attend virtually.

Read the additional details and registration information

Submitted by Noah Alatza
* National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)

FIRST-YEAR AND SENIOR STUDENTS - Your Voice Matters! Take the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). Watch for NSSE emails starting March 15.

In appreciation for participating, all students who complete the survey by April 14 will be entered into a drawing for one of two Apple Watches (each valued at approximately $280.00) and one of four sets of JBuds Air earbuds (each valued at approximately $70.00). One first-year student and one senior-year student will be selected for the Apple Watches. Two first-year students and two senior-year students will be selected for the earbuds. Students may receive only one item. Your chances of winning depend on how many complete the survey; 965 students were invited to participate.

Submitted by Paula Heldt
* Employee - UE Mobile Mammography Services

Employees - Ascension St. Vincent is providing mobile mammography services for the University of Evansville. The mobile mammography bus will be located next to the Krannert Building on April 13th from 9:00AM - 2:00PM. Please click the link below to sign up for an appointment time! An Ascension Breast Center representative will call you prior to your appointment date to verify all necessary registration information.

Register for an examination.

Submitted by Haley Walker
* Seeking financial Aid for summer courses?

UE students seeking financial aid or intending to use loan funds for summer courses at UE, please complete a Summer Financial Aid Application and return to the Office of Student Financial Services (Olmsted 105) however is most convenient. The application will allow our office to assess your financial aid and loan eligibility.


On-campus jobs are available for continuing UE students during the summer. You do not need to be eligible for need-based Federal Work-Study during the academic year in order to apply. You may also apply regardless of your enrollment in summer courses. Applications will be available within the Student Employment area of WebAdvisor.

Submitted by Amy Sowders


* Plikuhn and Alumnae Publish Article in International Social Science Review

Associate Professor of Sociology, Dr. Mari Plikuhn, and 4 outstanding alumnae, Ayrlia Welch (SOC '19), Elizabeth Long (SOC/PSYC '15), Sarah Akins (SOC '14), and Chelsea Clifton (SOC '14) published their article "Bridging the Gap: Young Adults Perceptions of Aging" in the peer reviewed journal, International Social Science Review. This article used survey data from college students to analyze the perceptions of young adults on aging and older adults. In this study, participants perceived women as entering older adulthood before men, however, overall beliefs and stereotypes produced mostly positive conclusions about older adults. Further, despite the perceptions that young adults had of the aging population and process, college-age participants held a more positive association with their personal aging process.

The article can be found at:

Submitted by Mari Plikuhn

Sympathy to...

* Morgan Stankey '09

It is with great sadness that we announce the tragic passing of 2009 graduate Morgan Stankey. Morgan was an outstanding and beloved student at UE, majoring in History and Political Science. She is survived by her mother Michelle, her father Dr Michael Stankey, and her stepfather Dr Stuart Dorsey, as well as her sisters Gretchen and Rachael. There will be a memorial service at Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 5130 Lincoln Avenue, on April 6 at 11am, to which all her friends in the University community are invited.

Submitted by James MacLeod


* Big finish lands Ikejiani in top ten

Michael Ikejiani recorded a 1-under 70 in Tuesday’s final round of the WIU Invite to earn an 8th-place finish for the University of Evansville men’s golf team.

Ikejiani completed the opening two rounds at TPC at Deere Run with a total of 151 strokes.  His scores checked in at 75 and 76 before his leap on Tuesday.  His tie for 8th led the Purple Aces.

Coming in second on the team was Nicholas Gushrowski.  Following a 3-over 74 in Monday’s second round, Gushrowski posted a 78 earlier today.  His 229 tied him for the 25th spot.

Masatoyo Kato completed the tournament with a 230.  His low round of the tournament was a 1-over 72 in the second 18 holes while his 80 on Tuesday earned him a tie for 28th.  Next up was Henry Kiel.  An 84 in round three gave him a 234 for the weekend.  His score tied him for 39th.

Caleb Wassmer had a solid final round.  While a 77 in the first 18 holes was his low round of the event, Wassmer carded a 78 on Tuesday.  His 236 was tied for 44th place.  Luke Schneider wrapped up the UE contingent, posting a 3-round total of 250.  His final round finished at an 83.

David Ayala of Western Illinois took top individual honors.  Hs final round finished at a 2-under 69 to give him a 3-round score of 213.  He defeated Carter Doose of Omaha by one shot.

St. Thomas rallied to take the team victory.  Their 292 marked the lowest team score of the day and gave them an 881.  South Dakota came home in second with an 887 while the Aces took the 6th spot with a 907.

Next week, the men will take part in the Big Blue Intercollegiate, which is hosted by Tennessee State.

Submitted by Athletics
* Walk-off home run gives Sycamores 3-2 win

After Jess Willsey gave the University of Evansville softball team a 2-1 lead in the top of the ninth, Isabella Henning with a 2-run game-winning home run in the bottom of the frame to give Indiana State a 3-2 win at Price Field.

A low-scoring contest saw the Purple Aces score a run in the first with the Sycamores matching it with a score in the bottom of the fifth.  The game went to extra innings with ISU rallying for the victory.

Evansville had a quick start to the day was Marah Wood crossed the plate in the top of the first to make it a 1-0 game.  After reaching on a leadoff single, Wood stole second and scored on a ground out by Zoe Frossard.  Taylor Howe also picked up a single in the inning.

Over the next six innings, the Purple Aces racked up just two hits.  Sydney Weatherford threw the first 4 1/3 innings with just one earned run scoring on seven hits.  The Sycamores saw the tying run score in the bottom of the fifth on a bases loaded walk.

Things remained knotted at 1-1 as the game entered the 9th when Jess Willey approached the plate.  She drove the first pitch over the left field wall to put Evansville in front at 2-1.  With one out in the bottom of the inning, a single by Danielle Henning brought up Isabella Henning, who sent the first pitch she saw out of the ballpark for the walk-off triumph.

Wood picked up two of UE’s six hits on the day.  Weatherford gave up one run in her start while Megan Brenton tossed four frames and allowed two earned runs on three hits.

This weekend, UE is back home for a 3-game series versus Southern Illinois.

Submitted by Athletics
* Baseball Aces Rally Past Purdue, 12-10

Down 8-2 after two innings, the University of Evansville baseball team rallied on Tuesday for a wild 12-10 come-from-behind victory over the host Purdue Boilermakers at Alexander Field in West Lafayette, Indiana. The win marked UE’s seventh-straight win over Big Ten competition, and its nation-leading eighth-straight road victory.

“Our guys showed a lot of character and a lot of heart tonight,” said UE head coach Wes Carroll. “Purdue really earned that early lead, as they were producing a lot of barrels very early on. But, we had different guys step up to help us pick up this win.

“I thought that Michael Parks did a great job of putting zeros up on the scoreboard and righting the ship for us from a pitching standpoint, and then I thought everyone up and down our lineup stepped up and came through when we needed it. I think this win can really kick-start us into something very special.”

Evansville took an early 2-0 lead on solo home runs by fifth-year first baseman Chase Hug and sophomore designated hitter Evan Waggoner in the first two innings. For Hug, it was his seventh home run of the year, while Waggoner’s home run was his first collegiate home run at UE.

The lead would be short-lived, though, as the Boilermakers would explode for eight runs in the bottom of the second inning, as eight-straight batters reached base, capped by a three-run home run by catcher Connor Caskenette. But, the game was far from over.

UE junior catcher Brendan Hord would score Hug with a two-out RBI single in the top of the third inning, before Waggoner would add a two-run double later in the frame to cut the Purdue lead to 8-5. Parks would then go to work on the mound, and retire the final nine men he faced over the next three innings to keep the score 8-5.

Senior reliever Jakob Meyer would work a scoreless bottom of the sixth to keep the score 8-5, before Evansville would rally for five runs in the seventh inning to take a 10-8 lead. After fifth-year outfielder Eric Roberts doubled to lead off the frame, Hug walked and junior shortstop Simon Scherry followed with an RBI single to score the frame’s first run.

An RBI ground out by Hord would get UE back within one run, before senior third baseman Brent Widder produced an RBI single to tie the game at 8-8. Sophomore centerfielder Ty Rumsey would then follow two batters later with a two-out, two-run home run to right field to give UE a 10-8 lead.

Purdue would answer right back with a two-run home run of its own in the bottom of the seventh inning, but UE would respond with two runs in the top of the eighth inning to grab a 12-10 lead. Hug plated fifth-year outfielder Danny Borgstrom with an RBI double in the frame, and Hord followed two batters later with an RBI single to produce the final margin of victory. Graduate reliever John MacCauley and redshirt-junior closer Nate Hardman combined to shut down Purdue over the final two frames to help UE snap a four-game losing streak.

Hug went 3-for-4 and finished a triple shy of the cycle to lead UE offensively. He also scored four runs and drove in two. Hord also went 3-for-5 with a double and three RBI, while Waggoner, Widder and Scherry all had two-hit efforts as well.

With the win, Evansville improves to 17-11 overall. Purdue, meanwhile, falls to 12-15. The Purple Aces will now return to German American Bank Field at Charles H. Braun Stadium this weekend for a three-game Missouri Valley Conference series against Valparaiso. The series begins Friday night at 6 p.m. and all three games of the series can be heard live in Evansville on 107.1 FM-WJPS and the Old National Bank/Purple Aces Sports Network from Learfield.

Submitted by Athletics

In The News

* UE Secures $30 Million Grant to Create Evansville Promise Neighborhood

 The University of Evansville (UE) has announced the receipt of a $30 million federal grant program through the United States Department of Education (DOE) that will establish the Evansville's Promise Neighborhood (EPN). UE is part of a new cohort funded in 2023. Only three Neighborhoods in the nation were awarded in 2023.

The aim of the funding is to assist children and youth who are growing up in Promise Neighborhoods, providing them with access to outstanding schools as well as robust family and community support systems. These resources will help prepare them to achieve academic excellence, make the transition to college, and, ultimately, embark on a successful career.

The University of Evansville, as lead applicant, submitted the 2022 grant application to the DOE for an Evansville Promise Neighborhood on October 7, 2022, with a total request of $30 million over five years. Twenty-three Evansville Promise Neighborhood partner agencies accounted for a match totaling $32,497,295.55, for a total of more than $62 million to be invested in the community. This figure comes from the cost invested in providing wraparound care services to the schools and neighborhoods designated as the Evansville Promise Neighborhood. The Promise Neighborhood includes six schools: Evans Elementary School, Delaware Elementary School, Lincoln School, Bosse High School, Lodge Community School, and Glenwood Leadership Academy. The major partners for the EPN are UE, EVSC, E-REP, and the Evansville Promise Zone.

See full press release online.

Submitted by Noah Alatza

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