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Hey, we're excited you're considering a Blugold Spotlights campus visit -- held during some of Minnesota and Wisconsin teacher convention dates (MEA/WEA) on October 16, 17, 30 & 31. Each visit includes an information session and campus tour each starting at 8:30am, 10:30am, 12:30pm, or 2:30pm. In addition we offer many additional visit options. See the listing below to get an idea of what your day can entail. Most of the the options below won't require reservations (unless noted), but you'll want to make sure to reserve your information session and campus tour at the schedule your visit site. Please continue to check this website as the official schedule will be available in early October. This schedule is subject to change; a final agenda will be given to you upon check-in, but if you have a specific department request, contact the Admissions office at 715-836-5415. We can't wait to see you on campus! You can interact with us through social media at #BlugoldSpotlights!
 
Academic & Support Options | Athletic Activities | Campus Events

Blugold Spotlight Agenda 2014

The following agenda of additional opportunities are open to all attendees of Blugold Spotlights. No appointment is necessary unles noted below. As we receive more participation and events from departments, we will update the schedule below. Check back for more updated opportunities!

Academic and Support Options
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Majors & Student Services Fair
Oct 17,
11:00-2:00

Come talk to a representatives from a number of our majors and student services departments to get a quick closer look at what UW-Eau Claire offers.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)

October 16 & 30: 8-9:45am, 1:30-2:30pm
Oct 17 & 31: 9:30-11am, 1:30-2:30pm 
Meet with our STEM Admissions Counselor, Creanna Cote, to discuss specific questions on science, technology, engineering, and math majors at her daily visit hours
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Academic Skills Center - Centennial Hall 2102

The Academic Skills Center will be open for visits from 8:00am to 4:30pm daily
Biology Biology Greenhouse Open House & Tour
Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 11-12pm, Phillips Room 516 (take south elevator to 5th floor)
Center for Writing Excellence

Meet & Greet and tours
Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 1-2pm, 2nd Floor of McIntyre Library

Chemistry

Department Tour
October 31; 2-3pm, Phillips Hall 430

College of Business -The College of Business encompasses Accounting and Finance, Business Communication, Information Systems and Management and Marketing International Business and Healthcare Administration. They are offering a number of various activities, including an open house and multiple classes. Find a full list of these events at www.uwec.edu/COB/info/news/2014_10_3.htm.
Communication & Journalism Meet with Department Chair and Tour
Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 2-3pm Hibbard Hall 105 
Communication Sciences & Disorders - meet current students

Tours Available
Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 9:30-10:30 & 12:30-1:30pm, Human Sciences & Services 112
Intro to Sign Language class
Oct 16, 30; 9:30-10:45am, Human Sciences & Services 204
Voice and Resonance class
Oct 16 & 30; 2:00-3:15pm, Human Science & Services 226

Education

-Open House and Tours
  Oct 16 & 30; 9-12pm & 2-4pm, Centennial Hall Room 3102
-Meetings also available by appointment, call 715-836-5415
-Introduction to Learning Disabilities
  Oct 16 & 30; 9:30-10:45am, Centennial Hall Room 2704
-General Methods of Teaching
  Oct 16 & 30; 10-11:50am, Centennial Hall Room 3924
-Integrating the Social Sciences: The Social Studies
  3-4:15pm Centennial Hall 3924
-See a classroom and learn about our academic buildings
  Oct 16 & 30; 9-12pm & 2-3:45pm, Centennial Hall 3914

English - sit in on a class and meet with a professor

-Blugold Seminar in Critical Reading & Writing
  Oct 16 & 30; 9-10:50am, Hibbard Hall 206
-Introduction to Texts
  Oct 16 & 30; 9-9:50am, Hibbard Hall 210
-Critical Studies in Film and Culture
  Oct 16 & 20; 10-11:50, Centennial Hall 1916
-Introduction to Theory
  Oct 16 & 30; 11-12:15pm, Hibbard Hall 206
-Literature of Fact
  Oct 16 & 30; 2-3:15pm, Hibbard Hall 228
-Communicating Scientific Subjects to General Audiences
  Oct 16 & 30; 2-3:15pm, Hibbard Hall 307
-Prose Writing Workshop
  Oct 16 & 30; 3:30-6:15pm, Hibbard Hall 313
-Survey of Women's Literature
  Oct 17 & 31; 9-9:50am, Centennial Hall 1916
-Topics in Early American Lit: Transvestism
  Oct 17 & 31; 9-9:50am, Hibbard Hall 226
-Blugold Seminar in Critical Reading & Writing
  Oct 17; 9-9:50am, Hibbard Hall 230 
  Oct 17 & 31; 10-10:50am, Hibbard Hall 206
-Introductory English Linguistics
  Oct 30; 9:30-10:45am & 11-12:15am, Hibbard Hall 230

Environmental Public Health -Introduction to Environmental Health
  Oct 16 & 30; 9:30-10:45am, Centennial Hall Room 1917
  Oct 17 & 31; 10-10:50am, Human Sciences & Services 202
-Global Environmental Public Health
  Oct 16 & 30; 11-12:15pm, Centennial Hall 1924
-Conservation of the Environment
  Oct 17 & 31; 1-1:50pm, Phillips Science Hall 119
Geology

-Personal meeting with faculty & staff available by appointment or drop-in at Phillips Science Hall Room 157
-National Parks class
  Oct 16 & 30; 12:30-1:45pm, Phillips Science Hall Room 007
-Environmental Geology class
  Oct 17 & 31; 9-9:50am, Centennial Hall 1924

Health Careers Center
Schofield 30
Open House and Tours
Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 1-3pm, Schofield Hall 30
History - sit in on a class & appointments available

-U.S. History Since 1877 class
 
Oct 17 & 31; 9-9:50am, Hibbard Hall 101
-American Indian History class
 
Oct 17 & 31; 9-9:50am, Centennial Hall 2917

Honors Program Open House
Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 10-3pm, Schneider Hall Room 209
Kinesiology

-Sociology of Sport & Physical Activity
  Oct 16 & 30; 12:30-1:45pm, McPhee Room 110
-Psychology of Sport & Physical Activity
  Oct 17; 9-9:50am, McPhee Room 106
-Health Fitness Instruction
  Oct 17 & 31, 9-9:50am, McPhee Room 108
-Exercise Physiology
  Oct 17 & 31; 12-12:50pm, McPhee Room 162
-Anatomical Kinesiology
  Oct 17 & 31; 9-11:50am, McPhee - Ade Olson gyms
Meet with a Kinesiology advisor
  Oct 16, 30, 31; 11-1:30pm, McPhee Room 218

Liberal Studies

-Meet with faculty by appointment
  Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; Call Admissions at 715-836-5415

Materials Science - sit in on class, visit faculty

-Intro to Materials Science Lab
Oct 16 & 30, 2-5pm, Phillips Science Hall Room 171
-Intro to Materials Science Class
Oct 17 & 31, 1-2pm, Schneider Hall Room 111

-Materials Characterization
Oct 16 & 30, 9:30-12:30pm, Phillips Science Hall Room 171
-Soft Materials Class
Oct 17 & 31, 9-10am, Phillips Science Hall Room 276
-Nanoscience Class
Oct 17 & 31, 10-11am, Schneider Hall Room 317

-Visit the Materials Science Center and visit with Faculty by appointment. Call 715-836-5415 or ask at the check-in table.

Mathematics

-Precalculus Mathematics class
  Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 9-9:50am, Hibbard Hall 203
  Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 1-1:50pm, Centennial Hall 2931
-Calculus I class
  Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 8-8:50am, Centennial Hall 2931
  Oct 17 & 31; 1-1:50pm & 2-2:50pm, Hibbard Hall 324
-Calculus III class
  Oct 16; 8-8:50am & 9-9:50am, Hibbard Hall 315
-Visit with a Professor 
  Oct 16; 11-12pm, Hibbard Hall 533 (Professor Davis)
  Oct 17; 9-9:50am & 3-4pm, Hibbard Hall 515 (Prof Brisbin)
  Oct 17; 2-3pm, Hibbard Hall 523 (Professor Otto)
  Oct 30; 3-4pm, Hibbard Hall 523 (Professor Otto)
  Oct 31; 9:50am & 3-4pm, Hibbard Hall 515 (Professor Brisbin)

Music

-Jazz I rehearsal
  Oct 17 & 31; 12-2pm, Haas Fine Arts Center Room 139
-Jazz II rehearsal
 
October 16 & 30; 12-1pm, Haas Fine Arts Center Room 139
-Jazz III rehearsal
  Oct 16 & 30; 1-2pm, Haas Fine Arts Center Room 139
-Wind Symphony rehearsal
  Oct 16 & 17; 2-3pm, Haas Fine Arts Center Room 139
-Symphony Band rehearsal
  Oct 16; 3-4pm, Haas Fine Arts Center Room 139
-University Orchestra rehearsal
  Oct 16 ; 6-7:30pm, Haas Fine Arts Center Room 139
-Blugold Marching Band rehearsal
  Oct 16 & 30; 4-5:30pm Haas Fine Arts 143 or outside lawn
-Concert Choir rehearsal
  Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 12-1pm, Haas Fine Arts Center Room 143
-Women's Concert Chorale rehearsal
 
Oct 16 & 30; 2-3pm, Haas Fine Arts Center Room 143
-Singing Statesmen rehearsal
  Oct 16 & 30; 3-4pm, Haas Fine Arts Center Room 143

Physics and Astronomy

-Tour our Physics and Astronomy Department.
  Oct 16 & 30; 1-2pm, Phillips Hall 230
-General Physics class
  Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 11-11:50am, Phillips Hall 117

Psychology - Classroom visit,meet with a professor

-Introduction to Psychology
  Oct 16 & 30; 12:30-1:45pm, Hibbard Hall Room 103
  Oct 17; 2:00-3:15pm, Hibbard Hall Room 102
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Meet with a professor, Mary Beth Leibham
  Oct 31; 12-3pm, Hibbard Hall 259

Recreation & Sports Facilities -Recreation Tours (45 minute tour with students & staff)
  Oct 16, 17, 30, 31; 11:30am & 1:30pm, Hilltop Lobby
ROTC -Meet with a professor and ROTC Cadets
Oct 16, 30, 31; Call admissions to set up appointment 715-  836-5415
Center for Service Learning Open House and Tour
Oct 16, 30, 31; 10-12pm, Schofield Hall Room 230
Social Work - sit in on a class

-Research Methods in Social Work class
  Oct 16 & 30; 9:30-10:45am, Human Sciences & Services 226
-Human Rights and Global Justice class
  Oct 16 & 30; 11:30-12:20, Human Sciences & Services 177
-Aging and the Aged class
  Oct 16 & 30; 12:30-1:45pm, Human Sciences & Services 177
- Human Rights and Global Justice lab
  Oct 17 & 31; 2-4pm, Human Sciences & Services 177

Study Abroad

Meet with a Study Abroad Advisor
Oct 16; 1-3pm, Schofield Hall Room 03
Oct 30 & 31; 10-12pm, Schofield Hall Room 03
-Italy Information Session
 
Oct 16; 11-12pm, Centennial Hall 2704
-Australia & New Zealand Information Session
  Oct 16; 3:30-4:30pm, Schneider Hall 217
-Funding Study Abroad Information Session
  Oct 30; 3:30pm-4:40pm, Centennial Hall 1916

 

Campus/Community Events
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Foster Gallery, Haas Fine Arts Center

Foster Gallery Exhibit: Hell is a Place We Make: Visions of Dante's Inferno

The Foster Gallery at UW-Eau Claire will host an exhibit titled "Hell is a Place We Make: Visions of Dante's Inferno," featuring interpretations of Dante's timeless classic by Sandow Birk, Salvador Dali, Henrik Drescher and Michael Mazu with imagery that is vivid, visceral and personal.
Oct 16, 17, 30; 10-4:30pm, Free Admission


Kjer Theatre

UWEC Theatre Production: "The Love of the Nightingale"
By Timberlake Wertenbaker; directed by Jennifer Chapman
Oct 16-17; 7:30pm, Kjer Theatre, UW-Eau Claire Campus
$14 for public, $12 for senior citizens


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