The 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory will be held October 8 – 12 at Crowne Plaza Union Station in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Members of USI faculty are involved in the conference planning and there are a large number of Ethnohistorians who will be in attendance including a roundtable discussion of the 10th anniversary of Phil Deloria’s Indians in Unexpected Places as well as many panels reflecting on the anniversary of the American Society for Ethnohistory.
The year 2014 marks an important date for the American Society for Ethnohistory as it represents the 60th anniversary of the first publication of the Society’s journal, Ethnohistory. Birthed from the Indian Claims Commissions of the 1940s and 1950s, the Society came together in 1954 to “promote the interdisciplinary investigation of the histories of the Native Peoples of the Americas,” and has grown from a small group of scholars to a thriving academic organization.
The conference theme this year poses the questions: How has the study of Ethnohistory changed over the previous six decades? What are the most vital issues Ethnohistorians face in the 21st century? And what lies ahead for ASE?
The 2014 annual meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory represents an opportunity to reflect on the organization’s history, to examine how Ethnohistory has come to shape a multitude of disciplines including anthropology, linguistic studies, history, ecology, archaeology, and indigenous studies to name a few, to acknowledge exciting new directions in the field, and to think about the future.
USI faculty and staff are welcome to attend the conference at a reduced rate of $50 and students may attend for free. Interested parties should contact Dr. Kristalyn Shefveland at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-461-5434, to register for the conference.
From 3 - 5 p.m., Thursday, August 28 in the Orr Center, room 1051. Drop in to the Counseling Center at any time during our open house to enjoy some refreshments, meet the staff, see the Center, learn about our services, and discuss how we can work together to improve your USI experience.
For more information, contact Stephanie Cunningham email@example.com or 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.
There is still time to vote for the USI Intensive English Program (IEP) video. Voting has been extended until August 28th and winners will be announced on August 29.
This video was created with students from the IEP program this past June for entry into a contest sponsored by Oxford University Press, the publishers of the Oxford Picture Dictionary (OPD). The contest consisted of acting out one of the many scenes found in the OPD. The students acted out a scene titled "Family Reunion".
The English Department is offering its first symposium on Recruitment and Retention: What Can I Do With An English Degree? at 3 p.m., September 12 in OC 2036. Speakers are former USI English majors Candice and Craig Fehrman (class of 2006). Ms.Fehrman is a freelance book editor and editor for Rizzoli International Publications in New York. Mr. Fehrman is a freelance writer for a number of national magazines and newspapers as well as the author of the forthcoming book, Author-in Chief (Simon and Schuster). The talk is open to all USI students and faculty. For further information please contact Dr. Hoeness-Krupsaw 812-464-1752 or Matthew Graham 812-464-1953.
Instructor of Social Work (One year temporary) College of Liberal Arts, (Posted 8/15/2014)
Instructor in Digital Media (One year temporary) College of Liberal Arts, (Posted 8/14/2014)
Instructor in Social Work, College of Liberal Arts – F14029F1 (Posted 7/25/2014)
Instructor in Psychology, College of Liberal Arts – F14030F1 (Posted 7/25/2014)
Employment Manager, Human Resources – A14024A1 (Posted 7/29/2014)
Resource Development Specialist, A14025A1 (posted 7/29/2014)
Project Coordinator/Data Manager, College of Nursing & Health Professions, A14027A1 (Posted 8/1/2014)
Assistant Director of Operations, Creative and Print Services – A14028A1 (Posted 8/15/2014)
Manager, Children’s Learning Center – A14029A1 (Posted 8/15/2014)
Event Services Assistant, Special Events– N14051N1 (Posted 7/30/2014)
Telephone Operator, Information Technology – N14057N1(Posted 7/31/2014)
Medical Assistant, College of Nursing & Health Professions- N14058N1 (Posted 8/11/2014)
Travel Assistant, Travel Services – N14059N1 (Posted 8/12/2014)
Senior Event Services Assistant, Special Events – N14061N1 (Posted 8/15/2014)
Custodial Worker (1st shift) Physical Plant – N14060N1 (Posted 8/15/2014)
Part-time Pre-school Teacher, Children’s Learning Center – N14050NA (Posted 7/28/2014)
Part-time Senior Administrative Assistant Theatre – N14054NA (Posted 7/30/2014)
Part-time Custodial Worker, Physical Plant – N14056N2
Temporary Clerk, Outreach & Engagement - N14057N4 (Posted 8/15/2014)
Instructional Designers - Distance Learning - N14052NA, N14053NA
To review and apply to current positions, visit the Human Resources employment website: www.usi.edu/hr
DOSO is hosting its 3rd Annual Fall Open House and invites students, faculty and staff to join us for a great community building event. Stop by the Fireside Lounge (next to Cyclone Salads) and say hello, network, or take a break with DOSO. Refreshments will be served and there will be exciting giveaways! If you have any questions, email the firstname.lastname@example.org.
From 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., September 8 at Fireside Lounge in the University Center East.
For more information contact Kayla DeLong at email@example.com or 812-464-1817.
Join us for the 19th Annual Alumni Golf Scramble on Friday, September 12 at Helfrich Hills, located at 1550 Mesker Park Drive in Evansville.
Arrange a foursome or we can match you. Spouses and friends welcome to play.
Alumni Golf Scramble
September 12, 2014
Helfrich Hills Golf Course, Evansville
Check in 10:30 a.m.; 11:30 Shot-Gun Start
$85 per person/$340 per foursome (entry fee includes green fee, cart & food on course)
Prizes, including contests and hole-in-one competitions, awarded immediately following the scramble.
Hole Sponsorship is $185 (hole signage).
Click to register online.
Thank you to our Early Bird 2014 Hole Sponsors!
Altstadt Office City, Arc Construction Company, C.H. Robinson, Career Associates, Fifth Third Bank, German American Bank, Harding, Shymanski & Company, Kemper CPA Group LLP, Mulzer Crushed Stone, Professional Eyecare Associates West-Todd Niemeier O.D., Sign Graphics of Evansville, Simms Painting Company, Inc., Tracy Zeller
If you need disability-related accommodations in order to participate, please contact Janet Johnson at 812-464-1924.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 812-464-1924.
The 21st Annual Varsity Club Steak Fry 'n Auction will be September 18, at Discovery Lodge, Burdette Park. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; dinner at 6 p.m., live auction at 7 p.m. Tickets are $35 per person or $350 for a corporate table of 8.
For more information, contact Mandi Fulton at email@example.com or 812-465-1022.
Film screening with introduction and discussion by Dr. Casey Harison (History). KZ (20060) is a documentary by the director Rex Bloomstein that examines the way townspeople and tourist guides choose to remember or forget the history of the concentration camp ("KZ") at Mauthausen, Austria, where as many as 300,000 persons were killed during the Holocaust. In German with English subtitles.
From 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., September 24, in Kleymeyer Hall (LA 0101)
For more information, contact: Dr. Casey Harison at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-465-7150.