University of Southern Indiana

Announcements

  • Flu shot clinic

    USI senior nursing students, in conjunction with the University Health Center, will be hosting a flu shot clinic on the following days and times: 

    * Tuesday, September 18, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Rice Library, 4th floor Quiet Room
    * Thursday, September 20, 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Lactation Room located across the hall from the University Health Center
    * Wednesday, September 26,  9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Carter Hall (University Center) during the USI Wellness FairCost of the flu shot is $20 or free if enrolled in the University Health Center's Office Visit Plan. The USI Health Center will bill all insurance plans for the flu shot; please bring a copy of insurance card (front and back). Only cash and checks will be accepted during the flu clinics.

    The CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone 6 months and older as the first and most important step in protecting against the flu.

    To learn more information about flu (influenza), see the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.

  • CMA EDU faculty advisor needed

    The USI Country Music Association EDU (CMA EDU) chapter is in search of a faculty advisor.

    The CMA EDU faculty advisor is responsible for attending bi-weekly members meetings and for serving as a constant connection between the University and the organization.

    CMA EDU gives college students an inside look into the music and entertainment industry while celebrating their love for music. In return, CMA leverages these groups for research, marketing, and promotional use on their respective campuses. For more information on CMA EDU, visit https://www.cmaworld.com/cma-edu/.

    If you are interested in becoming the CMA EDU faculty advisor or want additional information about the role, please contact USI CMA EDU President, Kaylee Johnson. Phone: (812) 483-7619 Email: kajohnson5@eagles.usi.edu

  • Upper and Lower Pay Lots reserved September 19 - 20

    The Upper and Lower Pay Lots will be reserved on Wednesday, 9/19, and Thursday, 9/20. All available non-ADA spaces will be needed for the reservations. Please move any non-essential vehicles to other lots no later than 7 a.m. Wednesday.

  • Check out the latest Elevating Spirit item

    Save 30 percent off this USI logo silk tie that feels as great as it looks. Original price was $34.99, on sale now for $24.49. Get before the sale ends on September 28 and dress for success!

    Pictured here is our USI model: Brody Broshears, assistant vice president for Academic Success.

    Would you like to be an Elevating Spirit@USI model and have a chance to win the Campus Store featured item? Contact Stephanie Hawes at slhawes@usi.edu.

  • New Hires

    Larina Phegley
    Larina Phegley
    Bursar Assistant
    Bursar Office

    Mary Stephenson
    Mary Stephenson
    Administrative Assistant
    Housing and Residence Life

    Tyler Lynn
    Tyler Lynn
    Senior Employment Assistant
    Human Resources

    Travis Reeves
    Custodial Worker
    Facility Operations and Planning

    Krista Kercher
    SWI-AHEC Clinical Coordinator
    College of Nursing and Health Professions

    Chase Broughton
    Assistant Men's and Women's Cross Country/Track Coach
    Athletics Administration

    Michael Reynolds
    Head Men's Golf Coach
    Athletics Administration

    Auston Bruder
    Assistant Men's Soccer Coach
    Athletics Administration

    Thomas Brank
    Choir Coordinator
    Multicultural Center

    Ashley Jones Phillips
    Custodial Worker
    Facility Operations and Planning

    Bridget Eckerle
    Museum Aide
    Historic New Harmony

    Brian Scott Hitch
    Coordinator, Motor Vehicle Operations
    Facility Operations and Planning

    Pamela Kobe
    Administrative Assistant
    Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education

    Kayla Thomas
    Group Exercise Instructor
    Recreation, Fitness and Wellness

    Shyli Hickerson
    Sales Assistant
    Historic New Harmony

    Henry Kathman
    Instructional Media Clerk
    David L. Rice Library

    Carly Andrews
    Coordinator
    Clinical Simulations/College of Nursing and Health Professions

    Robert Moore
    Event Services Assistant
    Special Events and Scheduling Services

    Nadiya Peake
    Public Safety Officer
    Public Safety

    Mary Reynolds
    Staff Counselor/Staff Psychologist
    Counseling Center

    Tamara Stokes
    Custodial Worker
    Facility Operations and Planning

    Kristi Winternheimer
    Senior Financial Assistance Associate
    Student Financial Assistance

    Brittany DeArmond
    Dispatcher
    Public Safety

  • Promotions/Transfers/Reclassifications

    Laura Berry
    Laura Berry
    From: Assistant Dean of Students
    To: Interim Deputy Title IX Coordinator

    Gina Videa Alvarez
    Gina Videa Alvarez
    From: Assistant Director/Undergraduate Admissions
    To: International Admissions Coordinator/Center for International Programs

    Crystal Willoughby
    Crystal Willoughby
    From: Senior Administrative Assistant/Dean of Students
    To: Administrative Associate/Dean of Students

    Mark Krahling
    Mark Krahling
    From: Associate Dean/Pott College of Science, Engineering and Education
    To: Associate Professor of Chemistry/Pott College of Science, Engineering and Education

    Kristina Arwood
    Kristina Arwood
    From: Administrative Assistant/College of Liberal Arts
    To: Marketing Coordinator/College of Liberal Arts

    Jason Lynn
    From: Public Safety Officer/Public Safety
    To: Public Safety Sergeant/Public Safety

    Rachel Harper
    From: Custodial Worker (Campus)/Facility Operations and Planning
    To: Custodial Worker (Housing)/Facility Operations and Planning

  • Berger Lecture - The Majority Minority: Why women are underrepresented in American political leadership and what difference it makes

    2018 Sydney Berger Lecture

    Dr. Marjorie HersheyThe Majority Minority: Why women are underrepresented in American political leadership and what difference it makes 
    Presenter: Marjorie Hershey, Professor Indiana University 
    Date: September 20, 2018
    Time: 5:00 p.m.
    Location: University Center, Carter Hall

    A majority of Americans are women, yet women are much more underrepresented in political office, relative to their proportion of the population, than are African-Americans and Hispanic or Latino Americans. Interestingly, when women run for office, they are at least as likely to win as men are. So what explains the under-representation of women in American politics? And how does that under-representation affect your life? If we elected more women to Congress, executive leadership and state legislatures, would we have different types of policies? A different political tone? Less partisanship - or more?

    Free and open to the public.

    For more information contact Dr. Trent Engbers at taengbers@usi.edu.

  • Announcement about Conflicts of Interest
    Under the Indiana “conflicts of interest” law, University employees are required to file disclosure statements stating any financial interest which the individual may have in any University contract or purchase.  The responsibility for filing disclosure statements rests on the person with the potential conflict of interest.  Copies of the Conflicts of Interest: Compliance Disclosure Requirements and the disclosure statements are available in the office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration, or may be downloaded from https://www.usi.edu/finance-and-administration/conflict-of-interest-statement/
     
    If you have any questions concerning conflicts of interest and the statutory requirements, contact Steve Bridges, Vice President for Finance and Administration at extension 1849.
  • USI Foundation 50th Anniversary Storytelling event

    Join us for the next USI Foundation 50th Anniversary Storytelling event! 

    Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 11:30 a.m.
    University Center Roeder Traditions Lounge 

    Our presenters are:  Dr. Robert Reid, Dr. Wanda Hibbitts, Dr. David Kinsey, and Dr. Thomas Wilhelmus who will discuss the early years of building the University’s faculty. 

  • CAP Tuition Waiver for dependents of benefit-eligible employees

    A benefit-eligible USI employee whose dependent child is taking dual credit through their high school and the College Achievement Program may use the Tuition Fee Waiver found at https://www.usi.edu/hr/benefits/tuition/. The already-discounted CAP tuition of $25/credit hour or $80/credit hour will be reduced an additional 75%. However, the Tuition Fee Waiver is limited to 124 credit hours; courses taken through CAP will count toward the total if the Fee Waiver is used. CAP students who plan to attend USI as a degree-seeking student should contact a USI advisor to plan ahead. USI employees should contact Jaclyn Dumond with questions (812-465-1274 or jddumond@usi.edu).

  • Funding Opportunities: Start Planning your Summer 2019 Research Now!

    Apply for funding to support your 2019 summer research.  The internal funding deadline is November 5, 2018. Plan to attend a funding opportunity workshop (dates below) to get a jump start on your proposal for a stress free fall semester. 

    Fall funding opportunities:

    * Early Career Faculty Grant, $7,000
    * Tenured or Clinical Faculty Grant, $7000
    * Faculty Research and Creative Work Grant, $5,000
    * Applied Research Faculty Outreach and Engagement Award, $4000
    * New Harmony Outreach and Engagement Faculty Grant, up to $20,000

    Funding Opportunity Workshops:

    * September 19 at Noon (pizza served)
    * September 20 at 2 p.m. (light refreshments)

    RSVP for the workshop of your choice at rcr@usi.edu

    Contact Rebecca Deeg, rdeeg@usi.edu or 812-228-5149 for more information.

  • Endeavor Awards for Research and Creativity

    USI Endeavor Awards for Research and Creativity

    The Endeavor Awards support the creative and research efforts of USI undergraduate students.  All USI students from all majors are welcome. Each year students can apply for funding to defray the cost of performing research, or the travel costs of presenting a project at an off-campus professional meeting.  Students are also able to submit an abstract to present at the annual Endeavor Symposium.   

    2018-2019 Endeavor Student Research Proposal Deadlines

    Wednesday, October 10, 2018

    Friday, February 8, 2019 

    All faculty interested in mentoring a student are invited to attend a workshop to learn more about Endeavor and the proposal process.   

    Faculty/Student Workshop:  Thursday, September 13, 2 p.m., UC 2206  

 

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