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Garfield Avenue project affects travel on lower campus.

The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018, and the footbridge will be closed from late May to late August in both 2017 and 2018.

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Learn about the cool things that happen when basic principles of chemistry cause awesome interactions and transformations. View the different presentations that we offer and bring one of our talented chemist to a school or classroom near you!

  • Professor: Dr. Cheryl Muller
  • Description: One-hour presentation featuring chemistry demonstrations that illustrate fundamental physical and chemical principles.
  • Ideal time: Afternoons
  • Evenings available: No
  • Weekends available: No
  • Program is mobile: Yes
  • Program is on campus: No - Travels to Schools
  • Group Size: 20 or more people
  • Handicap accessible: Yes
  • Fee: Negotiable fee for large groups only
  • Available during: Academic year only
  • Phone: 836-4019, 836-3417 (Chemistry Dept Office)
  • Email: mullercl@uwec.edu
  • Preferred contact: Email
  • Special notes: Contact Dr. Muller with questions on program content, or on special interests or program times that we may be able to arrange.
  • Professor: Robert Eierman
  • Description: Presentation to grade school classes
  • Ideal time: Flexible
  • Evenings available: No
  • Weekends available: No
  • Program is mobile: Yes
  • Program is on campus: No
  • Group Size: 1 class
  • Handicap accessible: N/A
  • Fee: Negotiable fee for large groups only
  • Available during: Academic year only
  • Phone: 836-3417
  • Email: reierman@uwec.edu
  • Preferred contact: Email
  • Special notes: Limited availability, please contact before planning on this program
  • Professor: Thao Yang
  • Description: These chemistry workshops and teaching chemistry to Hmong students involve teaching hands-on chemistry workshops and chemistry concepts to middle and high school Hmong students. The teaching and workshops run for two weeks, two hours per day. The chemistry activities include hands-on experiments in chemistry and lectures. Students come to UW-Eau Claire during the summer for two weeks as part of the university's Hmong Youth Leadership program. This program is coordinated by Charles Vue of the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
  • Ideal time: Summer
  • Evenings available: No
  • Weekends available: No
  • Program is mobile: No
  • Program is on campus: Yes
  • Group Size: Flexible
  • Handicap accessible: Yes
  • Fee: N/A
  • Available during: Summer only
  • Phone: 836-3367
  • Email: vuecc@uwec.edu
  • Preferred contact: Email
  • Special notes: Limited availability, please contact before planning on this program

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