2013 Health Careers Fair
On October 22, 2013, the Center for Career Development hosted its annual Health Careers Fair welcoming 49 professional employers and over 185 University students. During this three-hour event, students from majors including physical therapy, physical therapy assistance, health services administration, athletic training, exercise science, and psychology were presented with numerous networking and career opportunities.
This event is offered every fall. If your company or student is looking for more opportunities to network with professionals in the healthcare field please contact the Center for Career Development at 812-488-1083 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Spring 2014 Events || |
|Engineering Career Forum || January 29 |
|Career Expo - Indianapolis |
| February 13 |
|Career Day |
| February 18 |
|EXSS Forum || March 26 |
|Teacher Recruitment Fair || April 8 |
|Teacher Candidate Interview Day Indianapolis || April 23 |
Family Weekend 2013 Survey Results
Survey Response Rate: 15 percent (40 completed surveys /271 family participants)
|Overall Feedback || |
| Very good || 53% |
| Good || 43% |
| No Opinion || 3% |
| Not Good || 3% |
|Top 3 Events Enjoyed the Most || |
|Magician Derek Hughes || 23% |
|UE Theatre Production || 20% |
|Aces Athletic Event and Concert || 10% |
Family Weekend Prize Winners
|What years were represented? || |
|First-year || 65% |
|Sophomore ||20% |
|Junior ||8% |
|Senior ||8% |
- Jennifer Rhoderick, two night stay at the Fairfield Inn Evansville West and four zoo tickets
- Tricia McPherson, weekend Stay at the Hampton Inn (East)
- Daniel DeCook, one free night at Courtyard by Marriott Evansville East
- Tim Foster, one free night at Drury Inn East
- Patrick White, one free night at LaQuinta Inn & Suites
- Pamela Underhill, two $25 gift cards at Biaggi's Ristorante Italiano
- David Sonnenberter, one Free night at the Holiday Inn Express Evansville West
- Wendy Feng, two $15 gift cards at the Hacienda Restaurant
Thanks to the Paul Estridge Servant Leadership Fund, the Office of Residence Life was able to host the Third Annual Box City event. This event highlights the critical problem of poverty and homelessness in Southwestern Indiana. The overnight event began the evening of Friday, October 18 and wrapped-up on the morning of Saturday, October 19. Student participants watched interviews of homeless individuals via the vlog invisiblepeople.tv, spoke with several local charitable agencies, spoke in discussion groups geared toward servant leadership, and designed box structures to sleep in overnight.
The following morning, some of the participants traveled to the Tri-State Food Bank where they packed bags for the Weekend Back Pack Food for Kids program that provides meals for over 2,300 kids each weekend.
Miami (OH) – Saturday, December 7 at 1:05 p.m.
- 1964 Championship Team Recognition - commemorative item for first 1,000 fans
Jackson State – Saturday, December 14 at 2:05 p.m.
- Kid’s Free Game - All kid’s 12 and under FREE
- 4” mini basketball giveaway for the first 1,000 kids 12 & under.
- Purple Santa will be in attendance for pictures and greeting fans.
- SLEEVE GAME - Team will be donning the new orange-sleeved jerseys.
Butler – Saturday, December 21 at 1:05 p.m.
- K-9 Crew Frisbee Dogs will be performing at halftime.
Indiana State – Saturday, January 4 at 7:00 p.m.
- Pack Ford Center Purple - Fans encouraged to wear purple to this game.
- Ace Purple T-shirts for first 1,000 fans.
- Doubleheader with WBB - Men’s ticket can get you into the women’s basketball game at 3:30 as well so you can support Oties Epps and the Lady Aces.
- The famous Zooperstars inflatables act will be at the game for the halftime performance.
UE team a finalist in J.P. Morgan Code for Good Challenge
A team of five University of Evansville students was named a finalist in the J.P. Morgan Code for Good Challenge, October 4-5 in Columbus, Ohio. The event challenged programmers to use their technological expertise to make an impact on a nonprofit organization.
UE students win innovative design competition
For the second year in a row, an interdisciplinary team of five UE students brought home first-place honors in the Lawrence Technological University Innovation Encounter competition, held October 18-19 in Southfield, Michigan. The UE team included students from engineering, business, and physical therapy. UE named one of the nation's 100 Best-Value Private Colleges by Kiplinger's
For the first time, the University of Evansville has been named to the Kiplinger’s Personal Finance list of the country’s best values in private colleges. President Kazee blogs for Huffington Post
How do residential colleges prepare students for success? UE President Thomas A. Kazee explores this topic in a new editorial, published today by The Huffington Post. UE to host Webelos Scouts Engineering Pin Day
The University of Evansville's College of Engineering and Computer Science will host an engineering pin day for local Webelos Scouts and their leaders. From 7:45 a.m.-11:15 a.m. Saturday, October 26, Webelos Scouts will rotate through hands-on activity stations led by UE engineering and computer science students. The activities can be applied toward earning the Webelos Scout engineering pin.
UE announces new Physician Assistant Program
The University of Evansville is proud to announce that it will launch a new physician assistant program, the first in the Tri-State area, to build on its existing strength in health professions education and help meet the growing need for health care providers. The master’s-level program is slated to begin classes in 2016.
UE earns top GreenOvation honors
For the fourth consecutive year, the University of Evansville has received top honors in the local GreenOvation Awards for beautiful and sustainable businesses. UE's Linguapalooza to welcome 140 high school students
A tango dancing lesson, a game of Jeopardy in Japanese, and an introduction to German science fiction writing are just a few of the activities planned for the ninth annual Linguapalooza, hosted by the University of Evansville’s Department of Foreign Languages.
From move-in through graduation, your Parents' Fund contributions enhance important programming and initiatives that directly IMPACT all students on campus. Did you know that the Parents' Fund enables UE to recruit faculty members who are committed to mentoring your student one-on-one? The mentorship balances the challenges of academics with guidance and support and the impact continues long after graduation. Thanks to our generously supportive UE parents, we provide tremendously supportive programs and faculty!
A Full List of Parents’ Fund-Supported Endeavors:
- Campus programming and student engagement
- Recruitment and retention's of faculty-mentors
- Campus beautification
- Scholarship assistance
- Real world projects in real-time
- UE Connect networking and relationship building with employers
When your student chose the University of Evansville, they gained opportunities for transformational experiences. And you gained the gratifying experience of impacting countless grateful students—YOUR students! Support the Parents’ Fund by making a gift online today at www.evansville.edu/give