These are only the most current openings within the past month. Visit Human Resources for a full list.
Associate Director, Housing and Residence Life
Part-time, Temporary, Seasonal
June 28: Evansville’s Central Library (Browning Event Room B) – Archive Workshop at 6:00-7:15 PM
This free workshop by Jennifer Greene, USI’s reference and archives librarian, will explain how to preserve and arrange family documents, photographs, newspaper clippings, documents and digital items.
July 12: Ohio-Township Public Library (Meeting Room Emerald) – Guess Who Came to Dinner: Celebrities Visit at 6:00-8:30 PM
Many famous people have passed through Evansville over the years. Learn the stories behind some of these celebrity visits.
July 16: Evansville Public Library - West Branch (Auditorium) – Sonny Side of Evansville at 11:00-12:00 PM
Greene presents the work of Sonny Brown, a photographer who worked at the Evansville Courier and Press from 1957 to 1994.
July 19: EVPL’s Red Bank Branch (Howard Meeting Room) – Sonny Side of Evansville at 6:30-7:45 PM
Greene presents the work of Sonny Brown, a photographer who worked at the Evansville Courier and Press from 1957 to 1994.
Over 50 faculty and staff members from the University of Southern Indiana, University of Evansville, Ivy Tech Community College and Vincennes University will board a motor coach on Wednesday, August 10 for the annual Day on the Bus event.
Sponsored by Old National Bank and USI’s Center for Applied Research, Day on the Bus is a collaborative initiative to gain insight on local industry leaders and learn how to better prepare students for regional careers. Day on the Bus is an excellent opportunity for new faculty and staff to get involved and see what our community has to offer in addition to providing updated information to those who have been here longer.
Jonathan Weinzapfel, chancellor at Ivy Tech Community College, will give opening remarks at Old National Bank on Main Street where the day will begin and later end with a facilitated session focused on the impact of resources in our region. In between, Day on the Bus will feature stops at Haier America and Evansville Regional Airport as well as a walking tour of downtown Evansville and discussion of the new downtown master plan with Mayor Lloyd Winnecke.
USI Administrative Senate is presenting a workshop, Generations in the Workplace, on Wednesday, June 29, 2016, from 2-3:30 pm in University Center, Room 2217. The event, which is open to all USI employees, will address the challenges of multiple generations in the modern workplace. Guest speaker, Laura Alexander, will discuss generational values, challenges, interactions and communications gaps typically found in work environments. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Beth Thompson of the Administrative Senate Professional Development Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-464-1805.
Candace Young, Senior Administrative Assistant, Theatre Management
Brandon Szachta, Program Coordinator, Intramurals and Club Sports
D'Angelo Taylor, Assistant Director, Multicultural Center
Andrew Bales, Technology Assistant, Campus Store
Chase Partain, Seasonal Grounds Maintainance Worker, Facility Operations and Planning
Promotions/Transfers and Reclassifications
From: Senior Library Assistant, Rice Library
To: Instructional Services Librarian, Rice Library
From: Administrative Assistant, Health Services
To: Senior Administrative Assistant, Health Services
From: Area Coordinator, Housing and Residence Life
To: Career Readiness Advisor, University Division
From: Manager of Accounts Payable and Senior Accountant, Business Office
To: Assistant Director, Procurement
The Center for International Programs and the Intensive English Program will welcome another group of students from Mexico through the Proyecta 100,000 program, funded by the government of the State of Mexico. A group of 18 students will engage in one month of Intensive English and learn more about the U.S. culture. The students will arrive on June 30 and stay through July 30. During their stay, the Center for International Programs is looking for interested USI faculty and staff to serve as host families, engaging with the students for two or three activities while they are here.
If you are interested in learning more about the Host Family program or about the Proyecta 100,000 students, contact Nicole Vernon at email@example.com or 812-228-5092.
If your department has received a gift-in-kind this year, a form must be processed by the end of June so the donor's gift can be properly recognized and claimed as a 2016 tax deduction. Gifts-in-kind, or charitable gifts of non-cash property, include such things as library books, oriental rugs, paintings, and other fine art gifts, computer software, laboratory equipment, and real estate. There are substantial tax benefits to be derived from such gifts.
The form, Foundation Gift-in-Kind Request, may be found among the listing of Outlook forms on your computer. Call the Foundation office at 812/461-5471 if you have any questions.
June 7, 2016: Library Computer Lab B
Join your colleagues in this workshop to create or add to your USI faculty website. Take advantage of this dedicated time to develop an essential online summary of your professional work. Experienced users will be available to help you navigate through Umbraco to build your website. All experience levels are welcomed!
For more information and to RSVP, please visit http://www.usi.edu/cetl.
USI Staff Council is sponsoring an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, June 28 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. In Carter Hall.
To schedule your donation, call 1-800-REDCROSS or visit http://www.redcrossblood.org and enter Sponsor Keyword: USI Eagles.
Start the donation process before leaving home by completing an online pre-donation and health history questionnaire at our convenience on the day of your appointment. You can save up to 15 minutes! Learn more at redcrossblood.org/RapidPass.
Come prepared to the blood drive:
* Have a light meal and plenty to drink.
* Bring your donor card, driver's license or two other forms of identification.
* Bring the names of medications you are taking.
Your blood is needed. Give at USI on June 28. Your donation always matters, but right now, during the summer months, your blood type is in short supply. The American Red Cross needs your help for patients in critical situations.
The Department of Distance Learning at University of Southern Indiana offers a 12-week Online Course Development Program (OCDP) three times a year in response to the recent growing demand in online teaching support and training. Eligible faculty could receive up to $3,000 stipend ($750 per credit hour) after the course is fully developed and fulfills the program requirements. Find out more.
Faculty, retirees, staff and students (students must be current at the time of publication or have graduated) are invited to submit their most professional creative writing—fiction, creative nonfiction or poetry—for consideration to be published in the Fall issue of illume. For more details, please visit www.usi.edu/magazine/submissions
Faculty and staff, if you know a student who is a talented photographer and capable of capturing the Spirit and Heart of USI, to be published on the back of the Fall issue of illume, please have them check out the requirements at www.usi.edu/magazine/photo-submissions.
Summer is a time many of us take a break from work and go on vacation or a relaxing staycation. While you're on your break, pack some USI gear: t-shirts, caps, umbrellas, Archie bobbleheads, etc. Show your USI pride, whether you're traveling around the world, hitting the beach or just barbequing in the back yard.
Send us a snapshot of yourself sporting your finest USI wear and let us know where you GO USI.
Selections will be used in USI Today's Campus Snapshots.
USI’s Staff Council would like to invite you to participate in a wonderful opportunity to nominate a fellow employee for the Support Staff Performance Recognition Award facilitated and presented by Staff Council.
The Support Staff Performance Recognition Award began in 2007 and all benefit-eligible support staff members (full and part-time) who have been employed by the University for one year are eligible to be nominated for this annual award (excluding current Staff Council members and employees who have won the award less than 3 years ago).
Voting by Staff Council members will be held in mid-June and the award will be presented during the University's fall Support Staff Employee Recognition Luncheon. In addition to the "traveling" trophy, there is a monetary award of $500 to the winner.
This year, Staff Council invites nominators of this award to also be members of the faculty and administration (excluding senior management) along with support staff members.
If you know a support staff member in your area or from another area on campus who exhibits the below characteristics, please nominate him/her by clicking on this link: http://www.usi.edu/staffcouncil/employee-recognition-award/nomination-form and either completing the web-based nomination form (which will be automatically emailed to the Chair) or the pdf version (that can be hand-delivering to the Staff Council Chair 2015-16, Nita Musich, in the President’s Office, WA101). Nominators’ identities will remain confidential and only known by the Staff Council Chair.
Desired Characteristics for the Support Staff Performance Recognition Award:
1) Provides superior service
2) Demonstrates excellence in the performance of job duties and responsibilities
3) Continually contributes to a positive, collaborative work environment
4) Exhibits exceptional resourcefulness, innovation or creativity
All nominations are due no later than Friday, June 10.
USI offers numerous summer camps to keep your young one's summer filled with fun activities like sports, science, art, engineering and more. Check out the complete list for more information.
Do you know a deserving student, volunteer or mentor who has contributed outstanding service to the University of Southern Indiana? Volunteer USI seeks nominations for the 2016 volunteer, mentor and student volunteer of the year awards.These awards acknowledge outstanding individuals or organizations who have contributed significant service to USI.
Award recipients will be selected based on the following criteria: number of volunteer service hours contributed during the fiscal year; exceptional dedication and leadership; and extraordinary service exhibited by the volunteer, mentor, student or student organization. Complete a nomination form here.
Nominations will be accepted through Wednesday, July 15, 2016.Awards will be presented during the Volunteer USI Recognition Dinner on Wednesday, August 24. If you have any questions or would like more information, contact Caylin Blockley, assistant director of Alumni and Volunteer Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-465-1215.
Rice Library announces the creation of a Research Guide on the 2016 presidential election. Started by former instruction and undergraduate experience librarian, Ashley Blinstrub, and continued by distance learning librarian Phil Orr. The guide is designed to appeal to anyone interested in knowing more about the political parties, candidates, voting and issues in the 2016 election. It will be especially useful for student research, and the library encourages faculty to link to the guide from within Blackboard course sites and use it, if relevant, in any summer and fall classes. The guide will be updated throughout the election cycle. Suggestions for additions / improvements to the guide are welcome; email Phil Orr (email@example.com.)
Weekly Writing Time
The Writing Time group meets weekly during the summer (Wednesdays at 9-11 am, May 18 - August 10) in UC 2206 (unless noted).
Does having a scheduled time and location help you commit to your writing project? Then this Writing Time group is for you.
This opportunity is for you to bring your laptop, notebook, and anything else you need for an uninterrupted writing/working session. Drop in anytime during these weekly sessions. The only request is that everyone helps maintain the distraction-free environment.
To RSVP and learn about additional professional development opportunities, please visit http://www.usi.edu/cetl .
Many thoughts may come to mind when hearing the words “host family,” and because of misconceptions, many of us may not seek out more information for fear of time commitments or the responsibility we believe comes with hosting. Some may not even be aware that the opportunity to host an international student is offered at USI.
Any employee of USI can host an international student through the Host Family Program. We have students from 50 countries: some who are here to obtain a degree and some who are here as an exchange student for a semester or a year. Being a host does not mean they stay in your home. There are no financial obligations. A host is not there for tutoring purposes or to sort through immigration regulations.
A host is, quite simply, is a friend. Whether it’s a cup of coffee on campus, a ride to a store, an invitation to an occasional dinner, attending a sporting event, strolling through an art gallery or seeing a movie, the experience is what you make it. (Find out more...)
Just a reminder that Food Services hours will be limited during finals week and throughout summer.
The USI Alumni Association Nominating Committee seeks nominations for the 2016 Alumni Association Awards. The Alumni Service, Faculty Recognition and Honorary Alumni Awards recognize outstanding achievements and service to USI. The awards presentation will take place at the USI Founders' Day Celebration Luncheon on Wednesday, September 14, Carter Hall in University Center West.
If you know of a deserving alumna, alumnus, faculty member, administrator or friend of USI, complete the online nomination form by June 30.
If you have questions about the awards, contact Janet Johnson at 812-464-1924 or firstname.lastname@example.org.