Following are new employment opportunities at UW-Eau Claire. A complete
list of all currently available job openings and additional information
for each position, including application procedures, may be found
on the Academic Affairs'
employment opportunities Web site.
College of Business/Computing and Networking Services:
Information processing consultant — 836-4378.
College of Professional Studies: Associate dean
of the School of Education — 836-2722.
Faculty and Staff participate in WWHEL
Several UW-Eau Claire faculty and staff members
participated in the Wisconsin Women in Higher Education Leadership
Annual Conference Oct. 17-18 at St. Norbert College in DePere. Participants
included Marge Hebbring, American Ethnic Coordinating
Office; Laure O'Keeffe, special education;
Connie Russell, Records and Registration; Barb
Stevens, Affirmative Action; and Lisa Theo,
geography and anthropology. The conference provided professional
development, networking opportunities and recognition for women
faculty, staff, administrators and students from the UW System,
Wisconsin technical and private colleges.
United Way/SECC update
This year's United Way goal is $49,761. As of Nov. 29, university
employees have contributed $30,342 in cash and pledges to the 2002
United Way campaign and $9,362 to the SECC campaign. Please consider
making a donation if you haven't already done so.
you have questions about either campaign, call Barb Bowers at 836-3871.
Psychology students, professors receive
The Mid-American Association for Behavior Analysis
recently honored four UW-Eau Claire psychology majors and two psychology
professors with awards for scientific research at the MABA meeting
in Kalamazoo, Mich.
Mikhail Koffarnus, Katie Solberg and Cassie Welch and assistant
professor of psychology Kevin Klatt earned first place with their
presentation titled "The Effects of Deprivation and Satiation
on Preferences of Typical Children."
group explained that the amount of exposure children have to a particular
toy before an assessment is made should be taken into consideration
when making the assessment.
Carla Lagorio and associate professor of psychology Gregory Madden
were awarded third place for their project "Preference Between
Equivalent Unit Priced Alternatives."
their research, Lagorio and Madden found that consumers show a preference
between equally priced commodities — a finding not predicted
by the economic demand law.
four students were competing primarily with graduate students from
other schools. According to Madden, only one other poster at the
conference was presented by undergraduates.
Claire's Office of Research and Sponsored Programs provided
support for the research and travel costs for the presentations.
Information from the INS
The U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service
has provided UW-Eau Claire with notification of new information
for non-citizens related to travel, address change notification
requirement, and registration requirements for males over the age
of 16 who are nationals or citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Sudan
or Syria who do not currently hold U.S. permanent residency.
pass this information along to faculty and staff in your department
or unit. Please also post this notice.
you for your assistance in getting this information out to all non-citizens.
1. INS issues notice requiring certain non-immigrants to
register by Dec. 16, 2002.
required to register: Effective Nov. 15, 2002, all males who
are over the age of 16 and who are nationals or citizens of Iran,
Iraq, Libya, Sudan, or Syria who do not currently hold U.S. permanent
residency are required to register with INS. To register, all described
individuals must appear by Dec. 16, 2002, before an immigration
officer (for those in Wisconsin, they must go to the Milwaukee INS
office).Failure to register could result in deportation.
to be provided: Individuals registering under this notice must
answer questions under oath before an immigration officer, present
travel documents, including a passport, an Arrival-Departure Record
(Form I-94) issued upon admission, and any other forms of government-issued
identification; proof of residence (such as lease or rental agreement
& proof of employment); and other information requested by the
immigration officer. Covered aliens must also be fingerprinted and
photographed by the immigration officer and must appear before an
immigration officer annually to answer questions under oath.
Documentation and change of address notification for all non-citizens
(including permanent residents) after 9/11.
The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) requires every non-citizen
over the age of 18 to carry and have in possession any certificate
of alien registration or alien registration receipt card issued
to the non-citizen. Non-citizens are required to carry the appropriate
"alien registration" documents at all times;
this is especially important when traveling.
All non-citizens (including permanent residents) are required to
notify the INS within 10 days of any change of address. The form
to use in reporting an address change is AR-11 which can be downloaded
from the INS Web
to comply with this requirement may result in misdemeanor charges,
fines, imprisonment for up to 30 days, or even deportation. INS
has indicated that as a result of the government's efforts
to combat terrorism, the completion of this form is now an expectation
of all non-citizens. In addition, an alien who has a petition pending
with INS must notify that INS office of the change of address via
Bulletin In Brief Calendar
of Events Faculty/Staff News
Liz Wolf Green, Editor
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
· Diane Walkoff,
Editorial Assistant ·
December 2, 2002