Faculty and Staff,
purpose of this e-newsletter is to keep you informed about the
transitions and continuing developments within the College.
of May is almost upon us with its dazzling array of events and
meetings! Of special note is the first annual COEHS
Scholarship Recognition Event, 4:00 p.m.,
Tamarack Room. Please join other faculty, staff, students and their
families, and generous donors as we honor our student scholarship
recipients. If you have not already done so, please rsvp to Sandy
Schedule of Meetings and Events in April and
4:00-5:15 p.m., Council Fire Room Join La Vonne Cornell-Swanson,
Darlene Fry and Cynthia Gray Mash and 130 of their students in FED
385: Social Foundations of Human Relations and SW 405:
Ethnic-sensitive Social Work Practice to explore inquiry projects,
video documentaries and photo journals on topics of cultural
Forum & Listening Session
p.m. Mc Intyre Library 2023 A&B—If you’d like to reserve a box
lunch please rsvp to Sandy Schulner. This Forum is designed to
gather your input and ideas in response to the current budget
reduction challenge affecting the college, the university, and UW
System. Please also feel free to email ideas to me and/or the
p.m. Mc Intyre Library 2023 A&B. Agenda will be distributed via
email on Tuesday, April 26.
May 2-Friday, May 6
candidates will be on campus interviewing for the
of Continuing Education position.
Each will give a presentation 11:30-12:30 p.m. in the Alumni Room.
All faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.
Teaches: Mini-DOC Film Festival
p.m., Davies Theater. Screenings will include 10 minute
documentaries on culturally diverse topics in and around Eau Claire.
As a co-sponsor Apple Computer will be present and provide prizes
for audience and filmmaker drawings!
Dulany Inn 2nd Annual Martin Mogensen Education Lecture
with Dr. Gerdur G. Oskarsdottir, Superintendent of the Reykjavik
School District in Iceland. Reception to follow.
Tamarack Room, Delong Middle School Teachers’ Brass Quintet
and Bake Sale to benefit Eau Claire’s Children’s
Premium Blend, an a capella group comprised of UW-Eau Claire
Tamarack Room, Carl Olson, teacher and motivational
has a considerable psychological impact on the human mind. To the
fearful it is threatening because it means that things may get
worse. To the hopeful it is encouraging because things may get
better. To the confident it is inspiring because the challenge
exists to make things better.”
the final gasps of the 2005 spring