As the holiday season approaches and more people are going online to shop, USI's Information Technology Department wanted to share some resources for taking security precautions when shopping online.
Pamela Bartlett, Custodial Worker, Facility Operations and Planning
Julia Gangala, Administrative Associate, Multicultural Center
Ian Higgins, Custodial Worker, Facility Operations and Planning
Alyssa Koleszar, Custodial Worker, Facility Operations and Planning
Natalie Rascher, Human Resources Business Partner, Human Resources
Rustin Howard, Associate Director, Special Events and Scheduling Services
From: Administrative Assistant, Children's Learning Center
To: Senior Administrative Assistant, Risk Management
J. Caroline Fields
From: Administrative Assistant, Procurement
To: Material and Equipment Storeroom Supervisor, Facility Operations and Planning
From: Production Assistant, Creative and Print Services
To: Copy Services Supervisor, Creative and Print Services
Presented by Josh Bailey, Staff Counselor - Group Counselor, Counseling Center
2 p.m., November 29
Rice Library, Room 0017
An engaging presentation designed to help you learn about, develop and implement strategies to manage stress in the moment.
HR is announcing the St. Vincent’s Mobile Digital Mammography Unit on-campus in room HP 1041. Call 812-485-4437 to set up your appointment directly with St. Vincent’s Breast Center. Inform them that you are a USI employee or spouse of an employee making an appointment for the on campus visit on Thursday, December 14.
Digital mammography works in the same way as traditional mammograms but instead of capturing images on x-ray film, which has to be developed, images are captured digitally and immediately sent to a computer monitor. This allows our radiologist to manipulate the image’s brightness, contrast and magnification to help detect any cancer that may be present. Patient accesses to this technology, through the availability of a mobile unit, will allow us to provide the best technology available to women who may not otherwise have access to this technology.
St. Vincent’s Breast Center also offers the advantage of having a dedicated Breast Radiologist, Dr. Charles Lackey, on site at all times. Dr. Lackey is a Board-Certified Breast Radiologist, who is extensively trained in breast health, completed a breast fellowship at Washington University, St. Louis, and continues to study breast imaging extensively. Dr. Lackey will carefully examine all the images obtained and a letter will be mailed with the results on the next business day.
You do not need a physician’s order. Women with implants can have a digital mammogram. Mammograms are normally covered under all insurance plans and your insurance carrier will be billed for these services. It is always a good idea to check with your insurance company first before scheduling. Anthem will cover screening mammograms for USI employees and their spouses. The time span in-between annual screenings does not have to be exactly one year plus a day from the date of your last screening. However, you are only allowed one mammogram screening under your wellness benefit per calendar year.
The Giving Tree is an outreach program that provides gifts to faculty, staff and students with children in the USI community that are in need of assistance. Find out more about this program.
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Train, socialize and motivate each other to run/walk a 5k, 10k or half marathon.
Rising Eagles is a training program for beginner runners or walkers. Anyone can start a successful and rewarding walking or running program if they have the right guidance and support. As a Rising Eagle, you will progress to a level of fitness and accomplishment you never thought possible to complete the Screaming Eagles Running Series 5k, 7k and 10k. Experienced Eagles are available to encourage and support the Rising Eagles.
Group workouts will be Monday, Thursday and Saturday or Sunday on the USI campus and in the Evansville community. For more information contact Dr. Glenna Bower at email@example.com.
Friday Night in the Forum is a free public film series in Wright Administration Forum I, with theatrical DLP widescreen projection, original formats and languages (with English sub-titles) generously sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts at USI and hosted by Eric D. Braysmith. Informally-guided discussions will follow each film for those who wish to stay.
Friday, November 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Right Now, Wrong Then (2015, S. Korea)
Wright Administration, Forum I
Writer/Director: Yorgos Lanthimos
In this dark and disturbing “comedy,” a Greek couple transforms their home into a gated compound of cultural deprivation and strict rules of behavior in order to protect their three children from the “corrupting influence” of the outside world. (94 min, not rated)
Be Well to Do Well is a collaboration between the Counseling Center, Recreation, Fitness, and Wellness Center, Dean of Students Office, University Health Center, and Housing and Residence Life. Be Well to Do Well encourages USI students to engage in healthy behaviors to improve well-being and enhance success inside and outside of the classroom. The initiative is a collaborative effort that seeks to involve the entire USI community in the promotion of wellness.
We have developed a poster series with messages about responsible alcohol use, sleep, social wellness, stress management, sexual health and wellness resources. If you would like an 8.5 X 11 poster to display in your department/office area, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center for Social Justice Education (CSJE) maintains a calendar of social justice and diversity related events. Anyone who has a USI sanctioned event related to an issue of social, economic, environmental or racial justice can send the information to the CSJE for inclusion on the calendar. Additionally, faculty can include the link to the calendar in syllabi and course materials in order to refer students to events on campus: https://www.usi.edu/liberal-arts/social-justice-center/calendar-of-events/ To have an event added to the calendar, email Dr. Wendy Turner at email@example.com
Tech Tool time is a technology workshop to help faculty get started using a specific learning technology in the classroom. The Online Learning staff, as well as Information Technology, will provide an overview of a specific technology at the beginning of the session. Faculty will also have the opportunity to practice and get familiar with the tools. All workshops will take place during lunch time (12:00 pm - 1:00 pm) in Forum Wing, Room 0046. Lunch will be provided.
For more information contact Larissa Creemens at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-461-5342.
Tech Tool Time: Interactive Whiteboards
Tuesday, November 28th, 12-1pm, Room FA 46
Shake up your online classroom with fresh ideas for engaging your students by using interactive whiteboard apps. Click Here to Register: https://doodle.com/poll/c5zxdmnv6fiuzwgp