Michael Aakhus, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and expert faculty representative, will be leading the trip.
Fantastic archeological treasures set amidst the soaring Andean peaks — this can only be Peru. Travel to Machu Picchu aboard the famed Vistadome train. Spend a night at the base of this “Lost City of the Incas” in a luxury hotel and enjoy an exclusive culinary demonstration. Explore Andean art forms and the local way of life from ancient times through present day during your stay in the Sacred Valley. Immerse yourself in Cuzco, a city that blends Inca and Spanish colonial influences. Discover the exquisite Peruvian cuisine that combines diverse native ingredients and indigenous dishes with international culinary influences. Discover Lima’s colonial heritage and see why the “City of Kings” is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Call Ken Meyer or Tracy Wilson at LifeStyle Tours, 812/682-4477, with your travel questions. You may also contact Janet Johnson at USI at 812/464-1928 or email@example.com.
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Next Friday, December 5, Dr. Mokhtar Al-Zuraiki, Assistant Professor of Intensive English, will be presenting his research titled “Dancing on the heads of snakes: The linguistic and political life of a metaphor in Yemeni political discourse.”
The colloquium will be held in Kleymeyer Hall from 3 pm to 4:15 pm.
Light refreshments will be served at the colloquium. Please come and join us, and please encourage your students to come!
Dr. Mokhtar Al-Zuraiki
Contract Assistant Professor of Intensive English
Intensive English Program
Within the context of Cognitive Linguistics, Oakley and Coulson (2008) argue that integrating linguistic, cultural, and situational knowledge is essential for understanding political metaphor. Drawing on Oakley and Coulson, this paper accounts for the linguistic extensions that the metaphor “dancing on the heads of snakes” witnessed as it was used by Yemeni politicians and journalists to defend and condemn political actions and policies. It explains how “dancing” changed to “sitting,” “standing,” “walking,” and “writing,” and how “snakes” shifted to “pigs,” “viruses” and “heads.” These re-mappings of the metaphor support approaches that integrate cognitive linguistic theory into analyzing metaphor in ongoing discourse.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-464-1832.
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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, and may be downloaded from MyUSI under Indiana “conflicts of interest” law found in the Personal Announcements Section.
If you have any questions concerning conflicts of interest and the statutory requirements, contact Mr. Mark Rozewski, Vice President for Finance and Administration at extension 1849.
As the editor for USI Today, I am reaching out for stories about USI staff and faculty for USI Today articles.
Here are a few of the topics to consider, and of course I am open to new suggestions as well:
New and creative approaches to teaching
Contributions to the community, both the USI community and beyond
Suggest someone for a Getting to Know You article
Interesting finds in faculty research
Evolution of a department or program
While I will take each suggestion under consideration, space is limited so not every idea will develop into a story. I thank you in advance for suggestions and feedback.
The David L. Rice Library is celebrating its 45th year as a selective federal depository library. In 1969, the Congressional Representative of the 8th district of Indiana, Roger Zion, designated Library Services at (then) Indiana State University, Evansville, with this responsibility. Find out what this means for you today.