Tip Sheet for week of Sept. 24September 24, 2012
The Center for Alcohol Studies and Education is teaming up with Student Senate to distribute safe party information to off-campus students before Homecoming weekend, which is Sept. 28-30. The bags will be delivered to students houses during the evening on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Bags will contain safe drinking strategies, CASE's Size Matters cups, alcohol poisoning magnets and other information to help keep students safe. For more information, contact Peggy O'Halloran at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-836-5112.
Once the new construction is complete on lower campus, the Little Niagara Creek will become a natural focal point of UW-Eau Claire. During an Alumni Association "Let's Do Lunch!" presentation this week, Lynn Peterson, assistant director for operations in Facilities Management, will review the history of the stream going back to the 1930s. She will discuss the impact of human activity and degradation of the stream over the years, and why the time was right to restore this section of campus. She will then explain the restoration process and share the short- and long-term plans for future maintenance. Her presentation, "Little Niagara, on a better course," will run from noon- 1p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 26, at Fanny Hill Restaurant in Eau Claire. To discuss Lynn Peterson's presentation, contact her at 715-836-3361 or email@example.com.
UW-Eau Claire will host the 55th annual Career Conference from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, Sep. 27, in the Ojibwe Ballroom of the new Davies Center. Approximately 100 organizations, including businesses, graduate schools, and state and federal agencies, participate in the conference each year.
The Big Band Extravaganza 2012 will take place this weekend in Gantner Concert Hall of the Haas Fine Arts Center. Events begin at noon Friday, Sept. 28, and again at 7:30 pm. Saturday, Sept. 29.
UW-Eau Claire will host a series of events this fall to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and Latin American Studies Week. Among this week's events is a performance by musical group Alma Andina. The group will perform Andean and Latin American music at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, in Schofield Auditorium. The members, who have all spent time in Chile, derive their inspiration from a love of folklore and a desire to disseminate Latin American music and the rich musical heritage of the Andes.