The Indiana Blood Center will hold a blood drive at USI on Wednesday, November 19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Carter Hall. This blood drive is sponsored on campus by USI nursing students involved in the Indiana Association of Nursing Students (IANS) and USI Dance Marathon (USIDM) for Riley Hospital for Children. For every participant at this drive, Indiana Blood Center will donate $3 to the 2015 USI Dance Marathon.
Indiana Blood Center needs to see 550 people every day in order to meet patients' needs at more than 60 hospitals. Help ensure a stable blood supply by raising your sleeve at USI!
The first hour of this drive is reserved for faculty and staff. Schedule your appointment by emailing email@example.com
If your last whole blood donation was on or before September 24, 2014, you are eligible to donate at the blood drive on Nov. 19. (The last blood drive held at USI was with the American Red Cross on September 8, 2014.)
On medication? Traveled out of the US recently? Read responses to some of the most common donor questions at: http://www.indianablood.org/Donors/Learn/Pages/FAQs.aspx
The Provost’s Office is currently accepting nominations by any student, administrator, faculty member, or alumnus by the deadline date of November 3, 2014, for each USI Foundation faculty award as shown below:
USI Foundation Award for Outstanding Teaching by New Faculty
New faculty will receive a $1,000 cash stipend and a $1,000 faculty development grant.
(The nominee must be a full-time voting member of the faculty with six years or less full-time teaching experience at USI.)
USI Foundation Award for Outstanding Teaching by Adjunct Faculty
Adjunct faculty will receive a $500 cash stipend and a $500 faculty development grant.
(The nominee must be currently teaching and have taught at USI for a minimum of three consecutive semesters, or one semester each of three consecutive years.)
For information regarding guidelines and an online application, see http://www.usi.edu/provost/faculty-resources/faculty-awards.
Submit applications by Monday, November 3rd for both new faculty and adjunct faculty members. It only takes a few moments to complete the form thereby nominating a deserving faculty member. (Reminder: No anonymous nominations will be accepted.)
Are you planning on applying for a Fall Internal Grant to fund your research? The deadline is fast approaching on Monday November 3, 2014. If you would like to apply follow the 2 easy steps below.
Complete an internal grant intent to apply and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Wednesday October 29, 2014 at 4:30pm. You can find the internal grant intent apply here.
Prepare your proposal and submit through USI’s grant software Cayuse before Monday November 3, 2014 at 4:30pm.
If you need additional assistance with your proposal please contact your Grant Administrator.
College of Liberal Arts; Romain College of Business; Outreach and Engagement; Academic Affairs
Contact Information: email@example.com or 465-5149
College of Nursing and Health Professions; Pott College of Science, Engineering, Education; Student Affairs
Contact Information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 465-1126
The recipient of the 2014 H. Lee Cooper Core Curriculum Teaching Award, Dr. Amiee Mark from the Department of Psychology, is going to share her online teaching experience at the “This is How I Teach” luncheon seminar this Thursday. Please come and listen to what Dr. Mark have to say about online teaching. Lunch and beverage will be served. All USI faculty are welcome! Send your R.S.V.P. today at http://doodle.com/iqfn89xrsirfmns3.
Date: October 23, 2014 (Thursday)
Time: 12:00 – 1:00pm
Location: The Faculty Innovation Studio (FA 45)
Send your R.S.V.P. at http://doodle.com/iqfn89xrsirfmns3
Introduction Video: http://youtu.be/dswywWNV0o0?list=UUvB0EguFjTQ4252VSHCk8UQ
The USI/United Way campaign continues through Friday, October 24, 2014.
When you give to United Way, you help families in crisis, provide health care to seniors and disabled adults, and give children a preschool opportunity they would not experience without your help. Your gift can help feed the hungry, combat domestic violence, and mentor young adults.
Several members of our USI family shared what the United Way means to them. Please take a moment to listen to their stories.
Please join friends and colleagues in supporting USI’s 2014 United Way Campaign and help make our great community better for generations to come.
How to Participate
Payroll Deduction – if you are a full-time employee, your pledge will be deducted from your paycheck – an easy way to give!
Cash Gifts – a one-time gift to United Way. Checks should be made payable to United Way of Southwestern Indiana.
Your gift to United Way makes you eligible for one of the following prizes:
Extra vacation day (2 for Fair Share administrative staff; 2 for Fair Share support staff)
$100 USI Campus Store gift certificate (2 for Fair Share faculty)
$100 Visa gift card (4 for all Fair Share donors)
Two USI Basketball season tickets for 2014-15 season (all donors)
Two New Harmony Theatre season passes (all donors)
Two Evansville Otters baseball season tickets (all donors)
Two USI logo wear shirts (all donors)
Four USI swag bags (all donors)
TEACHING FACULTY: Please announce to your classes that Priority Registration will be November 3-14; encourage your students to register early. Look up classes online through myUSI.
Priority registration allows continuing and returning students to select courses prior to the beginning of the term. Registration begins at 8 a.m. on Monday, November 3, and progresses according to the daily schedule shown in the Class Schedule at bulletin.usi.edu and www.usi.edu/registrar/registration/registration-schedule.
Students register online via myUSI (my.usi.edu) according to the total of their earned plus currently enrolled hours, and are encouraged to register on their first day of eligibility.
- All continuing and readmission students are eligible to register online, but are urged to first meet with their academic advisor to review their course selection prior to registering. Contact your advisor to schedule an appointment (subject to availability).
- Degree-seeking undergraduate students with less than 30 earned hours (freshmen), and students seeking certain majors, will have a registration hold placed on their record, and will be eligible for registration only after meeting with their academic advisor to review their course selection and remove the registration hold.
- Degree-seeking undergraduates who began at USI in summer 1995 or later should review their degree audit (through myUSI) prior to registration to check their progress toward degree completion and verify acceptable course options.
Don’t wait – enroll now, pay later!
Students who sign up for spring classes during Priority Registration will not be billed until December 10, and expected to settle their account with the Bursar’s Office by December 20. Summer billing will take place in the weeks leading up to each summer session
The University will be celebrating its 50th anniversary next year and the USI Memorabilia Collection in the University Archives and Special Collections strives to keep the visual history of USI alive through the collection and preservation of items, like t-shirts, buttons, mugs, jerseys, and banners, just to name a few. Some of the unique items in this collection include: a set of eight soda cans celebrating the 1995 men’s basketball national championship, t-shirts from one of the university’s most popular event, the Eagle Gran Prix from 1975 to 1997, the original robe worn by the grand marshal at commencement ceremonies from 1971 to 1989, and the ceremonial ball and chain of independence, clipped off of Archie’s ankle, on April 26, 1985. Items within this collection reflect events, organizations, and the campus growth from 1965 to today.
The collection is unique and the items within are in high demand for displays and events both on and off campus. Next year much of the collection will be on display around campus as well as the Evansville Museum, filling display cases and lending a visual record of USI’s growth from a branch of Indiana State University to the independent university it is today.
We here in the archives would like to see our collection grow as much as the university continues to grow and are looking for donations of ISUE and USI materials. So the next time you’re cleaning out a closet, attic, or garage, think of the USI Memorabilia Collection in the University Archives and Special Collections here at Rice Library.
For more information contact Jennifer Greene at email@example.com or 812-464-1832.
- Children’s Learning Center (CN) – Gyneth Fehribach
- Counseling Center (OC 1051) – Diana Rumsey
- Dean of Students Office (UC 1229) – Britney Orth
- Housing & Residence Life (RES) – Ciara Harr
- Recreation, Fitness and Wellness (RFWC) – Jeannie Kuebler
- Religious Life (OD) – Christine Hoehn
Click here for a secured online application!
Application Deadline: October 31, 2014
On Sunday morning, October 5, at 6 a.m., the contractors will begin preparations for Phase 3 of the landscaping and irrigation project in Lot C. Bay 2 – and the rows in bay 1 and bay 3 facing bay 2 – will be blocked to accommodate the project as shown on the map below. All vehicles should be removed from these areas by Saturday, October 4. The disability accessible parking spaces in Lot C, bay 1, row 1 will remain available during this phase of the project.
A full description of the project can be found at http://www.usi.edu/security/parking/notice-of-parking-lot-closure-fall-2014.
The University of Southern Indiana, Office of Public Safety is committed to assisting all members of the University community in providing for their own safety and security. The 2013 annual security and fire safety compliance document is available on the Office of Public Safety website at http://www.usi.edu/security/PDF/ASFSR.pdf
If you would like to receive a hard copy of the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report which contains this information, you may call 812-464-1845 or stop by stop by the Office of Public Safety.
USI NIGHT AT THE ICEMEN
Saturday, October 25, 2014
7:15 p.m. Game
IceMen play the Indy Fuel
Wear your red, white & blue...bring your families to enjoy an evening at an Evansville IceMen Hockey Game.
Pick up your pre-purchased tickets on October 25 at the Ford Center will call window.
$15 per person for Upper Seats
Click on this link to purchase your tickets online.
Questions, contact Alumni & Volunteer Services at 812-464-1924 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need disability-related accommodations in order to participate, please contact Janet Johnson at 812-464-1924.
From 4 to 5 p.m., Tuesday, October 28 in UC East, Room 2220
Effectively communicating our needs, expectations and personal boundaries is something that is important in every healthy relationship. This is also true when it comes to workplace relationships, which often come with particular values about how we should behave and express ourselves. In this workshop we will talk about assertive communication skills, understanding expectations about workplace communication and conflict, and how to successfully navigate difficult interactions with our colleagues and supervisors.
Sponsored by: Counseling Center
Co-sponsored by: Career Services and Internships
For more information contact Stephanie Cunningham at email@example.com at 812-464-1867.
The Provost’s Office invites you to nominate candidates for an Honorary Degree Award to be presented during the University of Southern Indiana spring 2015 commencement ceremonies. An honorary degree is the highest form of recognition granted by the University, and the honoree must be someone who has given extraordinary service consistent with the mission of USI. Your insight in this important process will be appreciated.
Throughout the history of USI, honorary degree recipients have exemplified the highest ideals of integrity, service, and dedication to learning. As you think about individuals worthy of this distinguished award, consider someone who serves the community at the University, local, state, national, or international level. Service can be recognized in one or more of the following four categories:
- Advancement in learning through teaching and/or scholarship
- Enhancement of civic and cultural awareness
- The fostering of service and partnerships for the greater good of a community or communities
- Significant commitment to USI
Candidates may be recommended by any full-time USI employee, retiree, or alumni. Any anonymous applications will not be considered. Identities of nominators will not be revealed to the Honorary Degree Committee until finalists have been determined.
Help us to advance this USI tradition by completing the nomination form Thank you for your continued support in the search for the 2014-2015 Honorary Degree recipient.