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Announcements

  • Artist Talk: Diane Kahlo

    The McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries will host a public conversation between Diane Kahlo, artist, and Dan Mason, director of the Mason-Nordgauer Fine Arts Gallery, on Wednesday, February 20 from 6 to 7 p.m. in Gallery 3. 

    Kahlo's installation, Las Desaparecidas de Ciudad Juarez: Homage to the Missing and Murdered Girls of Juarez, Mexico, will be on display in the McCutchan Art Center/Pace Galleries through March 13. This art installation is a memorial to the thousands of girls and young women who have disappeared, some of whom were brutally murdered, in Juárez, Mexico, since the early 1990’s.

    All are welcome at this event and light refreshments will be served. 

    Read more about Kahlo's work

  • Lloyd Expressway lane closures planned

    Prepare for more delays on westbound State Road 62 (Lloyd Expressway) beginning in March. The Indiana Department of Transportation has announced that the $3.4 million paving and resurfacing project started last spring will resume in the coming weeks.  

    Beginning on or around Monday, March 4, the following sections of the Lloyd will be closed for concrete patching work:

    The westbound driving lane from Boehne Camp Rd. to Schutte Rd.
    The westbound passing lane from Rosenberger Ave. to Schutte Rd.
    The westbound passing lane from Schutte Rd. to the Posey/Vanderburgh County line

    These lane restrictions will be in place 24 hours a day with lanes restricted to 15 feet. Keep in mind that poor weather could affect the closure schedule.

    Concrete patching is expected to wrap up by early summer, depending on the weather. 

    Please slow down and be alert near work crews. 

  • Pay lots unavailable on Wednesday, February 20

    USI Public Safety advises that upper and lower pay lots on campus are reserved on Wednesday, February 20 for visitors participating in the Spring CareerLINK event. ADA spaces will remain available, but all other spaces are reserved. The event ends at 2 p.m., at which time the lots will become available again.

  • Seven members added to USI Athletic Hall of Fame

    Seven individuals were inducted into the USI Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, February 15, 2019. In addition, Marvin Smith and Jim Will, Sr., were inducted into the Athletic Hall of Distinction for contributions to the success of the University's varsity programs.

    Screaming Eagles fans were eligible to nominate student athletes or teams on the 10th anniversary of their last season of competition, or a coach/administrator who has been separated from the Department of Athletics for two years. Special individuals (e.g., Varsity Club members) also were eligible for nominations.

    2019 USI ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME CLASS

    Laura Ellerbusch Schnur '07 (Volleyball, 2002-05): Schnur was a 2004 AVCA All-American, a four-time All-Region and three-time All-GLVC performer during her four seasons. She also was a AVCA National Player of the Week and Academic All-District. Schnur remains ranked first in hitting percentage, seventh in total blocks and block assists, and eighth in kills all-time at USI.

    Kristen Eickholt Lichtensteiger '08 (Softball, 2005-08): Lichtensteiger graduated cum laude after being a four-year starter at third base. She ranks number one all-time in doubles (including the single-season record) and remains ranked ninth all-time in hits and runs, sixth in home runs and tied for third in RBIs. The three-time All-GLVC and two-time All-Region player also earned a pair of Academic All-District honors.

    Dennis Humphrey '92 (Baseball, 1990-92; Men's Basketball 1987-91): Humphrey was a two-sport athlete for USI, earning preseason All-American honors for baseball in 1991. The USI baseball two-time All-Region and three-time All-GLVC selection finished his baseball career ranked eighth all-time in batting average and held the all-time record for home runs until 2018. Humphrey is also second in shutouts and ranks 14th all-time in ERA. In basketball, Humphrey is 32nd all-time in scoring and 13th in rebounding.

    Paul Jellema '07 (Men's Cross Country/Track, 2005-08): Jellema was one of USI's top competitors between 2005 and 2008, earning four-All-American awards (two in cross country, one in indoor track and one in outdoor track). He also was the NCAA II Great Lakes Region Outdoor Track and Field Male Athlete of the Year in 2007. He also earned five All-GLVC honors while winning three individual GLVC titles and one GLVC relay championship.

    Matt Keener '05 M'12 (Baseball, 2002-05): Keener was a two-time first-team Academic All-American (USI's first two-time first-team performer) and four-time Academic All-GLVC student athlete. He also was a three-time All-GLVC performer as a pitcher, outfielder and infielder. Keener ranks ninth all-time in slugging percentage, 14th in total bases, 14th in RBIs, tied for 13th in home runs, 23rd in hits and tied for 22nd in runs scored. He also had an 8-8 mark and a 3.88 ERA in 34 games on the mound.  

    Greg Orr '95 (Baseball, 1991-94): Orr was one of the most consistent right-handed pitchers to ever play for the Eagles. He was a first-team All-GLVC performer in 1994 and was named a Player to Watch by Collegiate Baseball that same year. He finished his career as USI's all-time winningest pitcher and remains ranked third all-time. Orr also ranked second in complete games and fifth in strikeouts and innings pitched. He was a member of USI's first back-to-back 40-win teams, appeared in three NCAA II Tournaments with the Eagles and was a part of the staff that won the GLVC title in 1993.

    Tom Rehl '87 (Men's Cross Country/Track 1982-86):  Rehl was a member of the cross country and track teams from 1982 to 1986. He was a top-10 runner in the GLVC, finishing second in 1984 and 1985. He earned All-American honors after finishing 25th at the 1985 NCAA II National Championships. He continues to hold USI marks in the 1,000 yards, mile, and 1500m.

    (Left to right: Matt Keener '05 M'12, Eileen Will, accepting on behalf of her husband, Jim Will, Sr., Tom Rehl '87, Paul Jellema '07, Kristen Eickholt Lichtensteiger '08 and Laura Ellerbusch Schnur '07)

  • "Fight On, Screaming Eagles" debuts at Homecoming

    USI's new Fight Song, Fight On, Screaming Eagles, debuted during halftime of the women's Homecoming basketball game on Saturday, February 16. It was also introduced during the men's game that followed. 

    The song's lyrics were written by Zach Price '19, exercise science and marketing, and its music was composed by Tom Mace, director of USI's Pep Band. 

    Read more about Price and Mace's vision for Fight On, Screaming Eagles in this USI Today feature.

    Listen to the Fight Song and learn the words with this video.

    See the Pep Band in action as it debuts the Fight Song

    Check out photos from the debut of Fight On, Screaming Eagles at the USI men's and women's basketball games.

  • 2019 Homecoming king and queen crowned

    Matthew Kreutzer '19, finance, and Micayla Gonzalez '19, health services, were crowned 2019 Homecoming king and queen at the USI men's basketball game on Saturday, February 16.

    Gonzalez is also taking courses towards a master’s in health administration. She has served as an executive member of the Honors Student Council, Best Buddies and National Society of Collegiate Scholars, as well as serving as a student ambassador and Welcome Week leader. When not studying or attending events, Gonzalez can be found training a future service dog. Gonzalez plans to complete her master’s degree and ultimately participate in medical missions.

    Kreutzer is a first-generation student also pursuing a minor in management. He is president of the Student Ambassador Organization, president of Archie’s Army, vice president of finance of Alpha Kappa Psi, and is a resident assistant on campus. During his time at USI, he has studied abroad and found innovative ways to bolster school spirit on campus. 

    Read about the other members of the 2019 Homecoming Court

    See more photos from Homecoming Court Coronation

  • Who won the Homecoming Week Office Decorating Contest?

    Results are in from the Homecoming Week Office Decorating Contest! 

    Congratulations to: 

    First place: University Division (Candyland theme)

    Second place: Housing and Residence Life (Life is Sweeter in HRL)

    Third place: Registrar's Office (Candy Crush theme)

    Also awarded were:

    "Best Use of a Small space" - Dean of Students Office
    "Best Decoration of a New Building" - Welcome Center/Undergraduate Admissions
    "Best Theme within a Theme" - Rice Library
    "Best Promotion of the Homecoming Court" - Student Financial Assistance
    "Most Inclusive of Campus" - Human Resources

    Check out This Week in Photos for more 

  • USI employees invited to shop at Columbia Sportswear Employee Store

    USI employees are invited to take advantage of discounts at the Columbia Sportswear Employee Store in Henderson, Kentucky. Items are marked with a discount of 40-50% off regular retail pricing.

    To shop, employees must bring this invitation, proof of employment (USI ID, pay stub, business card, work email signature, etc.) and a personal photo ID. 

    Invitations are valid for the invitation holder and four guests through March 10, 2019. The store is located at 2480 US Hwy 41 North in Henderson. 

  • Scheduling update for Dean of Students open forum candidate presentations

    Due to weather, Dean of Students candidate Ryan Van Dusen's visit has been postponed for a second time. Van Dusen was scheduled to present Monday, February 18. His visit will be rescheduled and the new date and time will be announced as soon as available.

    A presentation by candidate Jennifer Hammat (originally scheduled for Monday, February 11) has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 19 in UC 2217/2218 from 9:30 to 10:10 a.m. 

    Candidate Amy Franklin-Craft presented on Tuesday, February 12 and candidate Andrew Pollum presented on Thursday, February 14. 

    Each candidate was given the topic: "The Role of the Dean of Students at the University of Southern Indiana and Major Trends That Will Shape the Position." All faculty, staff and students are invited to attend. Following each candidate presentation, a link to a feedback survey will be sent.

  • New hires, promotions and transfers as of February 8

    New Hires/Rehires

    Angela Morris
    Indiana SANE Training Coordinator
    College of Nursing and Health Professions

    Callie Poehlein
    Art Model
    College of Liberal Arts

    Laura Bernhardt
    Reference and Instruction Librarian
    Library Services

    Amanda Johnson
    Children's Learning Center Supervisor
    Children's Learning Center

    John Wells
    Student Financial Assistance Advisor
    Student Financial Assistance

    Megan Murphy
    Assistant Cheer Coach
    Athletics Administration

    Promotions/Transfers and Reclassifications

    Tyler Rapp
    Help Desk Technician I/Information Technology
    Previously: Help Desk Assistant/Information Technology

    Michael Dixon
    Professor of History, Associate Dean and Program Director of Classical Studies/College of Liberal Arts
    Previously: Professor of History, Associate Dean and Program Director of Classical Studies/College of Liberal Arts and Deputy Title IX Coordinator/Human Resources

    Anastasia Draper
    Deputy CIO and CISO/Information Technology
    Previously: Assistant Director, IT Security/Information Technology

    Mary Drury
    Network Manager/Information Technology
    Previously: Computer Network Administrator/Information Technology

    Darrell Hamilton
    Senior Software Developer, Analyst/Information Technology
    Previously: Web Application Programmer/Information Technology

    Justin Hill
    Senior Software Developer, Analyst/Information Technology
    Previously: Programmer, Analyst/Information Technology

    Gregory Jones
    Senior Systems Administrator/Information Technology
    Previously: Computer Systems Analyst/Information Technology

    Jason Maxwell
    Senior Applications Administrator/Information Technology
    Previously: Academic Services Analyst/Information Technology

    Paula Nurrenbern
    Manager, Customized Solutions/Outreach and Engagement
    Previously: Resource Development Specialist/Outreach and Engagement

    Mustafa Oz
    Assistant Professor of Communication/College of Liberal Arts
    Previously: Instructor in Communication/College of Liberal Arts

    Carol Schmitt
    Senior Systems Administrator/Information Technology
    Previously: Email Administrator/Information Technology

    Jayne Tang
    Director, IT Enterprise Solutions/Information Technology
    Previously: Assistant Director, IT Enterprise Solutions/Information Technology

    Erin McCracken Merris
    Marketing Specialist/Outreach and Engagement
    Previously: Community Engagement Manager/New Harmony Operations

    Michele Duran
    Provost's Senior Administrative Associate/Provost's Office
    Previously: Senior Administrative Associate/Provost's Office

    Sheree Seib
    Provost's Senior Administrative Associate/Provost's Office
    Previously: Senior Administrative Associate/Provost's Office

    Shelly Blunt
    Associate Provost for Academic Affairs/Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Chemistry/Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education and Deputy Title IX Coordinator/Human Resources
    Previously: Associate Provost for Academic Affairs/Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Chemistry/Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education

  • Important details about Dr. Rochon's inauguration

    The entire USI Family is invited to officially welcome Ronald S. Rochon as the University's fourth president at his inauguration on Friday, April 5, 2019. The event will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Screaming Eagles Arena. A luncheon reception will follow until 2 p.m. in the Recreation, Fitness and Wellness Center. The inauguration theme chosen by President Rochon is Building Community by Celebrating Diversity, Engagement and Service.

    The inauguration is an official University function, and the campus community is strongly encouraged to attend the ceremony and luncheon reception between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. All faculty, staff and students who would normally have class during this time, are officially permitted to attend.

    If all employees from a University office or department are attending the president's inauguration and/or luncheon reception, those employees should ensure that their voice mail indicates that normal operations and classes will resume at 2 p.m. The same information should be posted on any vacant office entryways.

    Essential personnel should check with their supervisor before attending the day's events. Essential personnel are those vital to the operation of the facility, whose absence from duty could endanger the safety and well-being of the campus population and/or physical plant. Essential personnel are determined by their department heads based upon the incident, job function and level of operations to be sustained.

    All attendees who are not participating in the processional are asked to be seated in the Screaming Eagles Arena by 10:15 a.m.

  • Tech Takeaway: Sharing Permalinks

    Tech Takeaway videos are a collaboration between Online Learning, Information Technology, Rice Library and Disability Resources regarding the effective use of technology and instructional materials.

    In this short video they cover how to share online resources from Rice Library by using permalinks.

  • How to avoid becoming a cyber tax victim

    The USI IT department reminds all employees to be cautious this tax season to avoid becoming the target of cybercriminals through W2 phishing scams. These criminals may use various techniques to attempt to trick you into emailing your W2 forms. 

    To protect against potential identity thieves, take the following steps provided by the IRS: 

    1. Be skeptical of communications you receive from sources you are not expecting. Verify the authenticity of phone calls, standard mail, faxes or emails of questionable origin before responding.

    2. Do not reveal secret passwords, PINs or other security-based data to third parties; genuine organizations or institutions do not need your secret data for ordinary business transactions.

    3. Do not click on links contained in possibly questionable emails; instead, go directly to the site already known to be genuine. For example, the only address for the IRS website is www.irs.gov — any other variations of this will not lead to the legitimate IRS website.

    4. Do not open attachments to emails of possibly questionable origin since they may contain viruses that will infect your computer.

    5. Shred paper documents containing private financial information before discarding.

    Those who think their identity has been stolen should visit the Federal Trade Commission’s website for information about how to handle the aftermath of identity theft.  If you feel your password was compromised, you must change it immediately.  Call the USI IT help desk (812-465-1080) if you need assistance changing your password.

  • Nominations open for 2019 Alumni Association Awards

    The USI Alumni Association Nominating Committee seeks nominations for the 2019 Alumni Association Awards. The Alumni Service, Faculty Recognition and Honorary Alumni Awards recognize outstanding achievements and service to USI.

    Nominate a deserving alumna, alumnus, faculty member, administrator or friend of USI by completing the online nomination form by June 30. View previous award recipients here.

    The awards presentation will take place on Wednesday, September 11, 2019, at the Founders' Day Celebration Luncheon in Carter Hall, University Center West.

    If you have questions about the awards, please contact Janet Johnson, director of Alumni Relations and Volunteer USI, at 812-464-1924 or alumni@usi.edu.



  • Elevating Spirit models needed (bonus: keep the swag!)

    As the USI Campus Store continues its Elevating Spirit sales in 2019, more models are needed to showcase featured items! Elevating Spirit items rotate throughout the year. In the past, they have included apparel, gifts and spirit items. 

    All USI employees are eligible. Those interested in being an Elevating Spirit model should email Erin Meyer at emeyer@usi.edu with the subject line "Elevating Spirit model". Your name will be entered into a drawing for future featured items. 

    If you are selected, you will be contacted for a photo shoot with USI Photography and Multimedia to showcase the featured item. It will then be yours to keep, courtesy of the USI Campus Store! Your photo will be featured in an Elevating Spirit ad shared via USI Today

    Don't be shy! Sign up to strike a pose and show off your USI pride today! 

  • Mandatory security awareness training for all faculty and staff

    As part of USI’s ongoing effort to address information security threats, a comprehensive security awareness training program is required for all staff and faculty.  Annual information security training will better prepare USI employees to fulfill their responsibility and strengthen defenses against future cyberattacks. Employees who previously completed the Checkpoint: Data Security and Privacy training qualify for the refresher training which takes approximately 20-30 minutes.

    What do I need to do?

    To access the training at any time, log on to your myUSI account and click the training icon on the left side of the homepage. From there you will be able to access the training without any additional logins or passwords. The training is self-paced and is designed to be informative and interactive. You may start and leave the course as often as you would like. When you return, the course will open to the last page visited.   

    Why do I need to do this?

    In addition to being a regulatory compliance requirement, increasing our information security knowledge will better prepare all of us to strengthen our defenses against future attacks. Studies have shown that a substantial number of cyberattacks involve the unintended actions of our information technology users, and this risk can be significantly lowered through an effective security awareness training program. 

    IT Security requests that all USI faculty and staff complete this mandatory training by the end of March.

    This training initiative demonstrates USI's philosophy that security is everyone’s responsibility, and that includes establishing a community approach to data protection. Contact Stacy Draper in IT Security with questions at stacy.draper@usi.edu or 812-465-1063. 

  • Tech Takeaway: Reuse Test Questions

    Tech Takeaway videos are a collaboration between Online Learning, Information Technology, Rice Library and Disability Resources regarding the effective use of technology and instructional materials.

    In this week's two-minute video they explain how to reuse questions from existing tests, surveys and pools.

  • USI cheer team earns 6th place at Nationals

    The USI cheer team traveled to Orlando, FL, over the weekend to compete in the 2019 UCA & UDA College Cheerleading & Dance Team National Championship. The team, which featured 16 athletes, earned a sixth place finish in its division. Congratulations to the cheer team on this achievement!  

  • USI Chamber Choir preparing to perform at Carnegie Hall

    At the Spring Faculty and Administrative Staff Meeting, employees learned that the University of Southern Indiana Chamber Choir will perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City. The date of the event has been set for Sunday, May 26, at 8:30 p.m. The Chamber Choir will join other university and community choirs to perform Gabriel Faure's REQUIEM with the New York Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Simon Carrington. 

    Tickets will go on sale 60 days before the concert and will be sold directly through the concert venue's Box Office or website. 

    Best wishes to Daniel Craig and the USI Chamber Choir as they prepare for this prestigious opportunity!

  • Reminder to submit faculty and staff achievements

    As we begin a new semester, University Communications would like to remind USI faculty and staff to submit their achievements via this online form. These achievements will be published on the USI Today webpage and shared in USI Today emails sent out on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

    Examples of faculty and staff achievements include, but are not limited to:

    Published works
    Presentations (individual or as a panelist)
    Awards and recognitions
    Leadership roles outside of the University

    University Communications would love to share your accomplishment. Please do not hesitate to send a few lines about the good work you’ve been doing!

    Please include your name, job title, contact information, a description of the achievement, and the date on which it occurred. 

     

  • Tech Takeaway: Test Exceptions on Blackboard

    Tech Takeaway videos are a collaboration between Online Learning, Information Technology, Rice Library and Disability Resources regarding the effective use of technology and instructional materials.

    In this short video they cover how to add test exceptions of additional time in Blackboard for students who have test-taking accommodations.

  • Professor of Art Kathryn Waters to retire after nearly 40 years at USI

    Kathryn M. Waters, professor of art, will retire effective January 1, 2020, after 38.5 years of service to the University. She will receive leave with pay from August 13, 2019, to December 31, 2019. Upon her retirement she will use the title Professor Emerita of Art Kathryn M. Waters.

  • Employees welcome to screen Introduction to Film offerings

    Eric Braysmith, chair of USI's Film Studies program, welcomes employees to attend free screenings of 18 films being shown through the Spring 2019 ENG 185: Introduction to Film course. The films will be shown in Forum I (FA1) at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. See the complete schedule.

    Braysmith asks guests to follow these "house rules": 

    Arrive before the start time
    No phones
    No note taking during screenings
    No talking or food 

  • Add your events to the University Calendar

    Did you know that it’s up to you to make sure your events are uploaded to the University Calendar? Last year, Web Services launched a new, easy to use, campus calendar system powered by Localist. Since then, more than 1,600 events have been added to the calendar and more than 2,000 people have logged in to submit an event or use the “I’m going” feature which sends an email reminder about the event.

    With the University Calendar: 

    Anyone with a USI login can submit events 

    You can edit the events you submitted if changes come up

    You can (and should) add a photo or graphic to help draw attention to your event

    Users can use the "I'm going" button to get event reminder emails 

    You can create a widget/feed of your specific events for a webpage

    Built in newsletter functionality will allow you to create an email newsletter of upcoming events


    NOTE: The University Calendar is NOT connected to the USI Special Events and Scheduling Services system. Therefore, events are not automatically pulled onto the calendar. It is up to YOU, the event organizer, or other support in your area, to add events to the calendar. It’s a good idea to have a designated person in your department or college to make sure all events are entered in a timely manner.

    The calendar is only as good as the events on it and we need the campus community's help to keep it up to date! You've put a lot of planning into your event, now let's make sure it gets promoted successfully. 

    Please note, you must reserve and confirm your space with Special Events and Scheduling Services FIRST, before submitting events to the calendar. A room reservation number is required on the event submission form.

  • Updates to University Handbook released

    Human Resources published revisions to the University Handbook on December 20, 2018. The latest revisions to the University Handbook listed below are found at www.usi.edu/hr/policy.

    Policy Changes

    FAC II
    FAC III
    A.5 Great Lakes Valley Athletic Conference
    D.4 Holidays
    F.11 Travel
    F.12 Check Cashing
    F.14 University Keys
    F.15 Priorities for Use of University Buildings and Facilities
    F.21 Fund-Raising Policy
    F.22 Campus Solicitation Policy
    F.23 Obituary and Sympathy Policy
    F.24 Purchasing Procedures
    F.25 Data Communications and Computer Use Policy
    F.27 Alumni Relations and Volunteer USI
    F.31 Animals on University Property
    F.33 Accessions, Deaccessions, and Loans Policy for USI Art Collection
    F.45 Web Services
    F.49 Information Security Policy
    F.50 Alcohol Policy at Sponsored Events
    G.2 Parking
    G.6 State Sales Tax Exemption
    G.8 Lost and Found
    G.11 University Directory and Photo Headshot Database
    G.12 Distribution Services
    G.13 Creative and Print Services

    Searchable Handbook: The handbook PDF is fully searchable. From the Table of Contents, clicking on any policy or section name will take you directly to it.

    Thank you for keeping up to date with University policies and procedures.

  • USI IT Surplus Sale

    USI’s IT Surplus offers used computers at low prices. All computers are sold on a first come first serve basis, and inventory generally sells out fast. IT Surplus offers students, faculty and staff the opportunity to purchase inexpensive computers for classwork, a second computer for the kids to use, or a great gift for yourself, a friend or a family member.

    To reach the IT Surplus Equipment Sale site, log into myUSI and click on the IT Surplus sale icon. Inventory and guidelines for purchasing equipment are detailed on the website.

  • Performance Evaluation Steering Committee update

    The Performance Evaluation Steering Committee project and members were announced at the Support Staff General Meeting on August 2, 2018. Since August 29, 2018, the committee has met on four occasions, discussing and planning the best methods for collecting feedback. The committee has decided to utilize a survey, focus group sessions, and interviews with USI employee organization members to collect feedback from support staff and supervisors about the effectiveness of our current process as well as exploring what is most important in an effective performance management system. Once dates are confirmed, the committee will announce when the survey will be released and when employees will be contacted for focus group sessions and interviews. If you have any questions about the project or would like to express your interest in providing feedback, please contact project manager, Shelby Jackson, at snjackson1@usi.edu.

    The steering committee consists of the following campus constituents:

    Andrea Gentry, Director of Development, Foundation
    Vince Frazier, Science and Engineering Lab Technician, Pott College of Science, Engineering and Education
    Lynn Melms, Human Resource Business Partner, Human Resources
    Dr. Zane Mitchell, Dean, Pott College of Science, Engineering and Education
    Kathy Oeth, Administrative Associate, College of Liberal Arts
    William Pool, Transfer Credit Coordinator, Registrar’s Office
    Kenneth Rose, Lead Custodial Worker, Facility Operations and Planning
    Kate Rotramel, Manager of Employment, Human Resources
    Jeff Sickman, Controller and Assistant Treasurer, Business Office
    Stephanie Walden-Schwake, Associate Director, Recreation, Fitness and Wellness
    Tanner Watkins, Administrative Assistance, College of Nursing and Health Professions

  • 2018 United Way Campaign

    Like the University of Southern Indiana, United Way of Southwestern Indiana has a proud history and strong traditions. The organization has served families in Vanderburgh, Warrick, and Spencer counties for over 90 years and continues to make our community a better place to live and work. When you give to United Way, you help families in crisis, provide health care to seniors and disabled adults, and give children a preschool education they would not experience otherwise. Your gift can help feed the hungry, fight domestic violence, and mentor young adults.

    This year, USI faculty and staff will be able to make pledges online using a form that is quick and easy to complete to allow a direct deduction from your pay or other options, as you choose. If you already have charities you support and are unable to give to the United Way, indicate on the form “not this year.”

    The United Way Pledge Form can be found online at the link sent to your USI email by Dr. Ronald Rochon, USI president. Visit www.unitedwayswi.org for more information about United Way of Southwestern Indiana and its 75 funded programs. For more information about the USI campaign, contact Kate Rotramel at 812-465-1115 or visit USI.edu/unitedway.

 

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