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.
Invitation to participate in review of Counseling Services
A review of Counseling Services will be conducted Sept. 23 and 24 by a committee made up of the following members: Robert Tomlinson, psychology, chair; Joanne Mellema, Health Services; Linda Pratt, Housing and Residence Life; Aaron Olson, UW-Eau Claire student; John Achter, Counseling Services, UW-Stout. Open sessions to gather feedback will be held in Davies Center. If you would like to participate in a group session, contact Dorothy Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-5182. You also may contact any of the committee members to share comments or suggestions about Counseling Services.
Differential Tuition Program deadline announced
The deadline for submitting differential tuition funding proposals for the 2005-06 academic year to deans, assistant vice chancellors and associate vice chancellors is Oct. 8. More information is available through the Academic Affairs Web site.
'Pink Sheet' Notice of Meetings
The Notice of Meetings (pink sheet) is available online. Click here to find the link to the current week's meetings. Meetings for the following week will be posted Wednesday afternoon. If you frequently refer to the Notice of Meetings, consider saving the Notice of Meetings link in your Web browser's Favorites.
University Bookstore Bookclub to read 'Mad Cow U.S.A.'
Join the University Bookstore Bookclub to read and discuss John Stauber's "Mad Cow U.S.A." starting Thursday, Sept. 30. The group meets Thursdays at 5 p.m. in the trade area of the University Bookstore in Davies Center.
"Mad Cow U.S.A." and other books by Stauber are available at the University Bookstore. Stauber will speak at The Forum lecture series Thursday, Oct. 28. His presentation, "How Now, Mad Cow?" will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Zorn Arena. Other titles available at the University Bookstore by this year's speakers for The Forum include:
• "The Gift," DVD, a 2003 documentary about the intentional infection of HIV by Louise Hogarth. Hogarth's Forum presentations will be held Sept. 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Schofield Auditorium.
• "Cops Across Borders: The Internationalization of U.S. Criminal Law Enforcement" by drug policy reform expert Ethan Nadelmann. Nadelmann's Forum presentation is set for Nov. 30 at 7:30 p.m. in Zorn Arena.
• "Women, Race and Class" and an autobiography by Angela Davis. Davis will give a Forum presentation Feb. 7, 2005, at 7:30 p.m. in Zorn Arena.
• "Geisha: The Life, The Voices, The Art" by National Geographic staff photographer Jodi Cobb. Cobb's Forum presentation will be held March 14, 2005, at 7:30 p.m. in Schofield Auditorium.
Proposed changes in College of Arts and Sciences
Following are proposed curricular changes in the College of Arts and Sciences. If you have questions or concerns, contact David Shih at email@example.com or 836-3502 within 15 days of this notice in the University Bulletin.
Major: American Indian Studies, Liberal Arts (Code 530-201)
From: Page 53 of the 2004-05 University Catalogue
To: Move AIS/RELS 330 from the list of electives to the list or core course options.
Minor: American Indian Studies, Liberal Arts (Code 530-401)
From: Page 57 of the 2004-05 University Catalogue
To: Move AIS/RELS 330 from the list of elective to the list of core course options.
Fall wellness classes to be offered
UW-Eau Claire will offer "Chinese 18 Postures," "Feel Better Fitness," "Mind and Body Fitness Yoga," "Pilates" and "Alexander Technique" classes throughout the fall 2004 semester.
Diane J. Omtvedt, nurse practitioner and certified state licensed acupuncturist, will instruct the "Chinese 18 Postures" classes, which will meet from 5 to 6 p.m. Wednesdays, beginning Sept. 22 and ending Oct. 27. Classes will meet in Room 106 of McPhee Physical Education Center and are $25 for UW-Eau Claire students, faculty and staff and $40 for community members. Full story.