Internet dial-up access
McPhee Center summer hours
Calling all faculty/staff experts!
News Bureau can help faculty/staff get the word
The News Bureau issues hundreds of news releases,
public service announcements and news tips (many of which are included
in our campus publications) on subjects such as faculty/student research,
innovative teaching, unique classes and major honors and achievements.
We also use e-mails, phone calls and meetings to interest reporters
in covering stories about UW-Eau Claire programs and people. Faculty
and staff are our best source of potential stories. If you have news
or feature story ideas for general release, send e-mail to Judy
Berthiame or call 836-4745. If you have an item for the Summer
Bulletin or University
Bulletin only, e-mail Liz
Wolf Green or call 836-3525.
Internet dial-up access
As of July 1, DiscoverNet, an Internet service provider, began administering
dial-up access via the UW-Eau Claire modem pool. UW-Eau Claire's contract
with DiscoverNet allows members of the university community to gain
access to university resources at a reduced rate. The basic service
plan includes 10 hours of access per week at a cost of $14.95 for three
months. An expanded plan offers 50 hours of access per week at a cost
of $26.95 for three months.
Users will continue to use their current
UW-Eau Claire user names and passwords. Additional options for departments
and individuals also will be offered. As these plans become available,
DiscoverNet and Computing and Networking Services will provide more
Users may subscribe to this service by filling out an online
form or by calling DiscoverNet at 830-1500. Questions may be directed
to the CNS Help Desk at 836-5711.
McPhee Center summer
McPhee/Olson facility summer hours are as follows:
• Monday-Thursday: 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
• Friday: 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
• Saturday: Closed
• Sunday: 5:30-9:30 p.m.
Calling all faculty/staff
UW-Eau Claire’s online Experts
Directory has been updated for the current year. Check it out and
decide if you’d like to participate.
The campus experts listed are available to provide
comments to the media on a variety of topics and issues and may be available
to speak to service and professional groups.
To participate, fill out the online submission
form. The UW-Eau Claire News Bureau, which updates the directory,
hopes to offer the community a more extensive list of topics and a wider
representation of UW-Eau Claire’s faculty/staff expertise. Sign