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University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
University Bulletin
Official Notices
Vol. 45, No. 13
Thirteenth Week
Fall Semester
Nov. 17, 1997
Workshops, Programs for Faculty/Academic Staff

As a special service to faculty and academic staff, the Office of University Research is sponsoring a series of workshops to describe the various programs available to them. Deadlines for submitting proposals are noted.

Program Deadlines:
The Academic Staff Professional Development Program deadline is Dec. 1.

The Network for Excellence in Teaching Grants deadline is Dec. 1.

Guidelines for writing program proposals are available from Human Sciences and Services 161, by calling 836-3405 or online on the University Research home page.


Faculty/Academic Staff Forums

The Office of University Research will present the final Faculty/Academic Staff Forum for fall semester this week. The program will be held from 12:10 to 12:50 p.m. Wednesday in the Presidents Room of Davies Center. Bring a brown bag lunch or tray.
Nov. 19: Daniel Janik, biology, "Resetting Your Circadian Clock: Jogging, Sex and Jet Lag."


Web Access to UW System Travel Policies

Employees who have access to the Internet can now review both UW-Eau Claire's and the UW System's travel policies via the following sites:
UW-Eau Claire: www.uwec.edu/AcctPay/tablecontent.html
UW System: www.uwsa.edu/fadmin/travel.htm


Household Moving Services

The contract with Metcalf-Mayflower for household moving services has been extended through Aug. 10, 1998. Employees and their immediate families are eligible for substantially reduced rates and additional services under this contract. Additional information is available from the Accounts Payable Office, 36-4528, or by accessing the UW System Financial Administration Web pages at www.uwsa.edu/fadmin/travel.htm


Holiday Decorations

Just a reminder that holiday decorations can be purchased from state funds only for general reception areas for students and the public. These areas have been identified as lobbies in the Fine Arts Center (outside Gantner Concert Hall), University Centers, residence halls, Recreation, Health Services and the campus grounds.


Summer Orientation Advising Positions

The Dean of Students Office announces several part-time positions for faculty advisers in the university's 1998 Summer Orientation Program. Only current members of the faculty and academic staff will be considered for these positions. Faculty and staff members who have a commitment to advising and a sincere interest in working with first-year students are encouraged to apply.

One-day orientation sessions for entering freshmen will be held during the first four weeks of the eight-week summer session. Training sessions for advisers will be held June 15-16. Additional one-day programs will be held in August 1998 and January 1999.

Applications and related information may be obtained from Mary K. Ryan-Miller, associate dean of students, Schofield 240, Ext. 36-2003 (e-mail: RYANMK). Initial applications are due Monday, Dec. 1, 1997. Applicants may be asked to provide additional materials during the selection process.


Deadline for Scheduling Distance Education

The WONDER consortium requires that any summer or fall 1998 offering utilizing the WONDER technology be submitted by Dec. 1, 1997. Until additional facilities are available, WONDER offerings must originate from the Distance Education Classrooms (OL 1132 and NURS 114) and the conference room (OL 1130). For these reasons, it is necessary to implement an earlier UW-Eau Claire deadline for receipt of summer and fall 1998 requests for scheduling of the Distance Education Classrooms. That deadline is noon Wednesday, Nov. 26, 1997.

Any requests for offerings that utilize WONDER should be submitted by that date. Although requests to use the room for other delivery methods will still be accepted after that date, the room may already have been heavily scheduled for WONDER (offerings that have been confirmed with other institutions and thus cannot be changed).


Official Withdrawals from the University

College of Arts and Sciences
Kristin Berglund, 9-30, Soph., 000200
Billie Jo Carlson, 9-26, Fr., 000700
David Chinn, 9-30, Fr., 000700
Carrissa Connell, 10-3, Fr., 430001
Mark Dahms, 10-2, Fr., 480201
M. Coreen Dougherty, 9-26, Jr., 430001
Timothy Ellious, 9-29, Grad., 380804
Michael Fox, 9-29, Fr., 430001
Shannon Hagman, 9-25, Fr., 000200
Thomas Hensel, 9-29, Fr., 000200
Michael Johnson, 10-7, Fr., 000700
Jeanluc Kunicki, 10-1, Fr., 000200
John Long, 10-3, Fr., 000700
Sarah Lyke, 9-22, Fr., 000200
Michael Meeks, 9-15, Fr., 000200
Cheryl Murphy, 9-30, Jr., 100005
Wendell Pederlau, 9-15, Sr., 480201
Jeanne Peterson, 9-23, Soph., 380201
Todd Pieper, 9-15, Fr., 000200
Devon Seitz, 10-1, Fr., 000700
Maryann Smasal, 9-29, Grad., 000700
Daniel Vue, 9-15, Fr., 020020
Wesley Wielund, 9-23, Fr., 000700
Amber Zepaltas, 9-15, Soph., 000200

College of Business
Justin Colassaco, 9-30, Fr., 831001

School of Education
Kellee J. Bergquist, 9-15, Grad., 950853
Paul E. Chilgren, 9-15, Grad., 950853
Lisa Hessel, 9-25, Soph., 940204

School of Human Sciences and Services
Nancy Knuppel, 9-24, Jr., 660001
Ruth Solberg, 9-24, Grad.
Jeffrey A. Tarnowski, 9-8, Sr., 991257
Kari Young, 9-25, Spec.

School of Nursing
Amanda Frederick, 9-2, Jr., 700000
Brenda Kaczmarski, 9-24, Sr., 700000


Employment

Unclassified
Department of Mathematics. One full-time tenure-track probationary faculty position is available to begin August 1998. Primary responsibilities are to teach courses for prospective elementary and middle school teachers and other undergraduate mathematics courses as determined by the needs of the department and the experience and interests of the successful applicant. Other duties include being involved in scholarly activities appropriate to support the responsibilities associated with a faculty appointment and serving the department, the university, the community and the profession. There may be some opportunity for teaching graduate courses designed for teachers of mathematics. The typical teaching load is 12 semester credits involving two preparations. An earned doctorate in mathematics education and the ability to teach a wide variety of undergraduate courses in mathematics are required. Preference will be given to those specializing in elementary or middle school mathematics education who can successfully promote and model teaching according to the NCTM Standards. Interest in consulting with area schools on staff and curriculum development is desirable. Applicants must have a commitment to undergraduate teaching and must present evidence of potential for teaching excellence and sustained scholarly activity. Interested individuals are invited to submit the following: 1) a letter of application; 2) vitae; 3) complete undergraduate and graduate transcripts; and 4) at least three letters of recommendation, including at least one evaluation of teaching effectiveness. Provide e-mail address or fax number if possible. Send materials to Dr. Thomas Wineinger, Chair of the Department of Mathematics. For priority consideration, a completed application must be received by Jan. 15, 1998; however, screening will continue until the position is filled.
 UWEC [News Bureau] [University Bulletin]


Ann Hoffman, Editor
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Schofield 218
(715) 836-2029
hoffmaa@uwec.edu

Updated: Nov. 17, 1997