Following is a new employment opportunity at
UW-Eau Claire. A list of all currently available job openings and additional
information about each position, including application procedures, may
be found on the Academic Affairs
employment opportunities Web site.
• Housing and Residence Life: Associate
director — 836-5387.
A new tool is available for reducing the amount of unwanted e-mail received
by UW-Eau Claire faculty, staff and students. The program, iHateSpam®,
is an e-mail filter that works by scanning the subject line and body
of e-mail messages for keywords, symbols and phrases common to unsolicited
The program is available to all UW-Eau Claire e-mail
accounts, but will not automatically be applied. Users must enable
the program online. Program documentation
also is available online.
A brown bag session on the iHate Spam®
e-mail filter will be held Sept. 9
from noon to 1 p.m. and repeated Sept. 10
from noon to 1 p.m. in the Tamarack Room of Davies Center.
If you have questions or need
assistance with this program, contact the CNS
Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-5711. Comments
or suggestions should be directed to iHateSpam@uwec.edu.
on international programs
Consistent with its mission in teaching, research and service, UW-Eau
Claire is actively involved in international education. International
education has become an integral and vital component of university life,
and its importance continues to expand. Responding to this growing interest,
UW-Eau Claire encourages the development of study abroad opportunities
that meet the legitimate academic needs of its students. At the same
time, all programming abroad is expected to maintain standards of quality
in the delivery of instruction, support services and administration,
which are consistent with the educational excellence that every student
is entitled to receive.
It is therefore essential that all international programming
be done in a manner that is:
Appropriate to the mission of the university.
Integrated into the undergraduate and graduate curricula.
Subject to regular, periodic review, evaluation and assessment,
according to the university’s normal review procedures for academic
programs and academic support programs.
In compliance with all applicable federal and state laws
In addition, all programming abroad shall adhere to
the specific guidelines set forth by the UW System. Academic Information
Series (ACIS) 7.1-4 relates to the conduct of international programs
at Wisconsin System universities. ACIS 7.1-2 specifically relates to
the development and operation of educational programs abroad, and establishes
policy guidelines for UW System faculty and academic staff abroad.
It is the responsibility of UW-Eau Claire’s
Center for International Education to ensure that UW-Eau Claire remains
in compliance with these guidelines. The CIE is charged with reviewing,
evaluating and assessing all programming abroad, and ensuring that all
new programming is developed according to the Guidelines of ACIS 7.1-2.
Thus, all international programming must be developed, implemented and
conducted in cooperation with the CIE and the International Educational
The CIE will assess such programming with respect
to the following issues:
Health, safety and welfare of participants.
Recruitment, admission, orientation, participation and
Host country considerations.
Responsibilities of faculty and staff.
Responsibilities of the institution and the system.
Academic fit in overall programming.
Affairs committee vacancies announced
The following administrative committees have vacancies for the 2003-04
academic year. If you are interested in serving on one or more of these
committees, contact Jim Knutson-Kolodzne
in academic affairs at email@example.com or 836-2808.
Campus Media Advisory Committee
— one faculty member needed.
Advisory Committee on Accessibility Issues for Persons with
Disabilities — one
academic staff member needed.
Art Accessions Committee —
one faculty member needed.
Key policy notice
UW-Eau Claire staff members have reviewed many
aspects of campus safety and security since the events of Sept. 11,
In order to enhance the safety and security
of everyone on campus, consistent and
accurate key control is essential.
Administrative Code requires that keys be assigned
to and become the responsibility of individuals. Everyone
who has signed for keys will be responsible for complying with the key
policy, in terms of their use and eventual
Individuals will be fined if they do not return
keys to Facilities Planning and Management when they are due. A
hold also will be placed on individuals' personal university records
until issues regarding keys are resolved.
For more information, visit the Facilities
Planning and Management Web site or call 836-3411.