has been named interim executive director of Enrollment Services and
director of Admissions effective June 1.
American Ethnic Coordinating
has been named interim director of the American Ethnic Coordinating
Office effective June 1-Dec. 31.
Art & Design
"Our Town," an art exhibit chronicling
Eau Claire's changing landscape from the 1940s to the present, will
be on display June 11 to Aug. 27
at the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library in Eau Claire. An opening
reception will be held June 11
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the gallery on the library's second floor mezzanine.
Works by more than a dozen local artists will be featured, including
the following artists affiliated with UW-Eau Claire: William
Benson (emeritus), Charles Campbell (emeritus), Janet Carson (emerita),
Mike Christopherson, Steve Katrosits, Bobby Pitts, Tiit Raid (emeritus)
and Anders Shafer (emeritus).
Curriculum and Instruction
Ann Klein (emerita)
was honored by the Arizona Book Publishing Association May 10 for her
book, "A Forgotten Voice: A Biography of Leta Stetter Hollingworth."
The book was named the Best Biography/History Book of 2001/2002 by the
will continue as interim director of grants and special programs at
UW-Eau Claire through Dec. 31.
co-authored a paper titled "Sedimentology of a Modern Braid Bar
in the Wisconsin River near Spring Green, Wisconsin: Analysis Using
Ground Penetrating Radar," which was presented at the 37th meeting
of the North-Central Section of the Geological Society of America March
24-25 in Kansas City, Mo.
Yukiko Fujimura, a UW-Eau Claire piano student of Alexandre
Dossin, was awarded a $1,000 second prize at the 2003 Schubert
Club Scholarship Competition in April at Hamline University in St. Paul,
Nathan Miller was interviewed by WHEM
radio May 9 and WQOW-TV May 15 about the May 15 eclipse of the moon.
Ali Abootalebi wrote a pre-publication
review of Thomas Oatley's book, "International Political Economy:
Interests and Institutions in the Global Economy," Pearson/Longman,
New York, 2003. Abootalebi's review was acknowledged in the book by
Business Development Center
Kevin Jones was quoted in the May
11 Leader-Telegram article, "Angel Investor Group to Spread Wings,"
which discussed the activities of a new investor group in the Chippewa
Condolences to Marilyn Bergmann, College of Business, whose husband,
Thomas J. Bergmann, College of Business, died May 30 in Altoona.