If members of the media have interviewed you, e-mail Liz
Wolf Green at email@example.com, so she may share the news with
University Bulletin readers. Following are examples of UW-Eau
Claire people and programs that recently appeared in the media.
Boyum and Katherine Schneider, Counseling Services, were
guests on the Wisconsin Public Radio show "The West Side"
Nov. 25. They discussed college students' mental health concerns
and counseling services used to address those concerns.
Ducksworth-Lawton and Judy Stit, history,
were quoted in a Nov. 22 Leader-Telegram article titled "Panel's
UW-EC funding decision to be breath of cool air" about the
State Building Commission's approval of funding to connect
Hibbard Hall to the campus' main chilling system.
Jol, geography, was quoted in the Autumn 2002 issue of
Artifax, a newsletter featuring discoveries and developments in
biblical archaeology. The story titled "Qumran Cemetery Excavation"
is about the investigation work Jol and UW-Eau Claire senior Robert
Passow did with a group of researchers in Qumran, Israel, the site
where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in 1947.
Richard Boyum was the featured speaker on the topic
of stress management for farmers in stressful times at the annual
meeting of the Lakeshore and Fox Valley Farm Management Associations
Dec. 2 in Brillion.
Bruce Taylor's short story, "Pulling
Teeth," was published in "The WritersNet Anthology of
Prose Fiction," edited by Gary D. Kessler, published by the
WritersNet, October 2002.
Kent Syverson received a $10,200 grant from the
Maine Geological Survey to study the glacial geology of the Phillips
region in west central Maine. Syverson and UW-Eau Claire geology
major Rachel Greve spent more than four weeks during summer 2002
working on this field research project in Maine.
Teresa Sanislo, Patricia Turner and James
Oberly gave presentations at the 2002 meeting of the Social
Science History Association Oct. 23-26 in St. Louis, Mo. Sanislo
presented a paper titled "Models of Manliness and Femininity:
The New Physical Education and Gymnastics in Germany, 1770-1800."
Turner presented a paper titled "Boule-ing Together: Associational
Membership and Civil Society in the French Third Republic"
and commented on a session, "Politics and Cross-Cultural Representations
of Gender." Oberly presented a workshop, "Making History:
ICPSR Datasets in the Undergraduate Classroom." Turner is
chair of the Women and Gender Studies network of the SSHA.
Music and Theatre Arts
UW-Eau Claire student pianists Yukiko Fujimura and Kristin Yost
participated in the piano master class taught by world-renowned
pianist Ian Hobson at the state convention of the Wisconsin Music
Teachers Association Nov. 10 at UW-River Falls. Fujimura is the
student of Alexandre Dossin, and Yost is the student
of Donald Patterson.
Mark Heidel recently was invited to serve as a member of
the Professional Advocacy Committee of the national chapter of the
National Band Association. His role is to coordinate the activities
of NBA collegiate chapters throughout the country.
An invitation to exercise
Faculty and staff are invited to join a mid-day exercise class from
noon to 12:45 p.m. Monday-Friday in Zorn Arena. Locker rooms are
available. For more information, contact Vicki
Funne Reed at 836-4931 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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December 2, 2002