The University of Evansville has a great history aging back to decades. The initial pillars for the great university were laid in the year 1854 when Dr. John Moore, initiated the colleges of Moores Hill Male and Female Collegiate Institute. The college was established in in the small town of Moores Hill, a part of southeastern Indiana. Initially the college sessions were carried in the unfinished building itself since September 9, 1856 and later the college’s first developed building, the Moore Hall was built and inaugurated since December 1, 1856. The institute had faced many hurdles in the initial stages such as destruction of Moore hall in 1915. The second building of institute then continued named, Carnegie Hall. Later, On March 21, 1917, it was Dr. George S. Clifford who had put forward his suggestion for relocation of Moores Hill college Evansville. The lack of colleges in the Evansville area was considered as the major drawback and therefore the college is relocated in year 1919 and is named as Evansville College. Currently Moores Hill is operating as elementary and high school, where as Carnegie Hall is being maintained as a museum.
Three colleges and two schools constitute the outstanding empire of The University of Evansville. Out of these all the three colleges & one school, The Schroeder School of Business were located within the province of Indiana whereas the other school is the one located abroad in England, serving as the British Campus of the University of Evansville. The college is named as the Harlaxton college. The three colleges located within the province were the William L. Ridgway College of Arts & Sciences, The College of Education & Health Sciences and The College of Engineering & Computer Sciences. Initially the Harlaxton college was built & maintained by the University of Stanford, an later on it was passed to the University of Evansville. The college is located to north of London in Lincolnshire, near to the town of Grantham, England.
During the initial days the college was initiated with only 400 students and later on it had reached to 1,500 by 1946 itself which stands as an outstanding achievement of the institute. The total departments under the university were divided as 20 departments under the William L. Ridgway College of Arts & Sciences, 10 under College of Education & Health Sciences, whereas the College of Engineering & Computer Science and the Schroeder School of Business contains 3 and 2 departments respectively. Currently the university is operating with a total number of 2526 students among which, 2290 were undergraduates and 236 were postgraduates.
University of Evansville always runs ahead due to its outstanding scientific researches & has framed many great researchers for the global development. The great alumni of the university include many entertainers, sports stars, and few doctors. Among them Matt Williams, the producer and writer of The Cosby Show, Home Improvement, and Roseanne stands as a notable person. Along with him actor Rami Malek, Golden Globe and Emmy award winner for best drama series (Mr. Robot); Jack McBrayer, actor; Jerry Sloan, NBA player David Weir, Scottish international soccer player; and Jim Michaels, Golden Globe nominee. Joe Fiorentino United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame,15-Time North American Grappling Champion,Ellis Island Medal of Honor.
The following is the list of scholars from University of Evansville who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from University of Evansville that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.