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University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Summer Bulletin
Official Notices
Vol. 2, No. 1
First Week
Summer Session
June 10, 2002

Employment 
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.

Adult Health Nursing: Clinical instructor (50 percent) - 836-3725.
Center for Service-Learning: Instructional program manager I to serve as Jumpstart Program coordinator - 836-4649.
Foreign Languages: Lecturer/associate lecturer in the English as a Second Language Program - 836-4287.
 Proposed Changes in College of Arts and Sciences 
In accordance with university policy, notification is given of proposed changes in the following programs in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Comprehensive Major: Computer Science, Liberal Arts (Code 170-030)
From: Page 82, 2001-02 University Catalogue
To (effective Fall 2003): Sixty-one semester credits, including: [1, 3 and 4 remain the same except to be renumbered]; 2 and 5 become 4. A computer science capstone experience and electives, selected from one of the following: A. CS 485 (capstone experience) and six credits of electives chosen from computer science courses numbered 330 or above and not already included in the computer science core (9 credits); B. CS 482, CS 492 (capstone experience), and three credits of electives chosen from computer science courses numbered 330 or above and not already included in the computer science core (9 credits). For a degree in computer science, a student must: 1. Complete either CJ 202 or Engl 305 (satisfies GE-IA); 2. Complete Phil 308 (satisfies GE-IVB); 3. Complete one lab science sequence chosen from: (a) Phys 211 and 212 (9 credits), plus a minimum of three additional credits of science courses chosen from the list of allowed courses, or (b) Phys 231 and 232 (10 credits), plus a minimum of two additional credits of science courses chosen from the list of allowed courses. Allowed science courses: Biol 110, 111, 130, 160, 196, 202, 326, 330, 353, 392; Chem 101, 104, 115, 150; Geog 104, 178, 185, 345, 368; Geol 110, 115, 301, 303, 308; Phys 226, 229.

Major: Computer Science, Software Engineering, Liberal Arts (Code 170-205)
From: Page 82, 2001-02 University Catalogue
To (effective Fall 2003): Thirty-eight semester credits, including: [1 remains the same]; 2. A computer science capstone experience and electives, selected from one of the following: A. CS 485 (capstone experience) and three credits of electives chosen from computer science courses numbered 330 or above and not already included in the computer science core (6 credits); or B. CS 482, CS 492 (capstone experience) (6 credits).

 Interim appointments announced 
Tim Petermann has been appointed interim athletic director for UW-Eau Claire effective July 1. Petermann will serve in the interim role as the university undertakes a national search for a permanent director.

Patricia Christopherson will serve as interim chair of the department of allied health professions during Summer Session 2002.

 Campus Dining Services 
Sodexho USA now provides all food service to the UW-Eau Claire campus, including service previously provided by Chartwells, Burger King and Hot Shots (a subcontractor to Burger King).

Following is an overview of services Sodexho will provide to the campus during the 2002 Summer Session and the 2002-03 academic year. Hours indicated are preliminary weekday hours and may change; weekend hours may be different. Not all services within a venue will be available for the full hours indicated. A more complete listing of hours of service will be provided at the start of the fall term.

2002 Summer Food Service

Davies Center
Food venues on the first floor of the Davies Center will be closed for renovation during much of the 2002 summer term. Service will be available in two venues on the second floor. First floor service will be added as construction completion allows.

Little Niagara............7 a.m.-3 p.m.

Little Niagara will be the primary retail food service during the summer of 2002.
It will offer breakfast and a variety of hot lunch entrees, sandwiches, salads,         bakery products, beverages and more. Offerings will be expanded and enhanced in response to customer interest.

Terrace Dining Room............11 a.m.-3 p.m.

The Terrace will offer traditional, all-you-can-eat food service - including hot entrees, sandwiches, salad bar, desserts, beverages and more - to serve the needs of camp and conference attendees and new students and parents attending summer orientation/registration activities. Enhancements will include more restaurant-style menu items and service styles, and unlimited servings on all food items. The Terrace is open to the public whenever it is in operation.

Mallards Court............To Be Determined

The Mallards Court area of Davies, former location of Subway and Pande's Pizza, is being redeveloped to support Jazzman's, a Sodexho signature concept coffee house. Jazzman's will offer a full line of Seattle's Best coffee products, including coffee-based smoothies, sandwiches, soups, salads and fresh bakery items. The area also will house Freshens, a national brand offering fruit smoothies, frozen yogurt and ice cream. It is expected that Jazzman's and Freshens may be ready to begin operation sometime in July. Look to future Summer Bulletin issues for details.

Hilltop Center

Summer service at Hilltop will be limited to camps, conferences and NYSP.

Catering

Throughout the summer and the academic year, Sodexho will provide a full line of catered services for meetings and special events. A range of options will allow for service levels and cost to be balanced to meet the needs of event planners. Contact the Conferences and Reservations office in Davies for assistance in arranging for special needs.


2002-03 Academic Year Food Service

Davies Center

Terrace Dining Room............7-9 a.m.; 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.; 4:30-7:30 p.m.

The Terrace will offer traditional, all-you-can-eat food service - including hot entrees, sandwiches, salad bar, deserts, beverages and more - aimed primarily at resident students. Enhancements will include more restaurant-style menu items and service styles, unlimited servings on all food items and extended evening hours. Meal prices for meal plan participants and for cash/Blugold card customers will continue in 2002-03 at 2001-02 rates. The Terrace is open to the public whenever it is in operation.

Mallards Court............7 a.m.-7:30 p.m.

The Mallards Court area of Davies, former location of Subway and Pande's Pizza, is being redeveloped to support Jazzman's and Freshens. Please see the descriptions of summer food service options for more details.

Market Place............7 a.m.-10:30 p.m.

The Market Place, former location of Burger King and Hot Shots, will offer many new options. The Sky Ranch Grill, a Sodexho signature concept, will serve burgers, grilled sandwiches and side items. Blimpies, a national brand, will offer made-to-order hot and cold sub sandwiches, salads and more. Pete's Arena, another Sodexho concept, will provide personal pizzas, calzones, pasta dishes and other Italian offerings. There will be grab-and-go cases with pre-made sandwiches, salads, fresh fruit, yogurt, sushi and more. Beverages and bakery products will be available. Central cashiers will allow customers pay for all selections at one location.

Little Niagara............7 a.m.-3 p.m.

Little Niagara will offer breakfast and a variety of hot lunch entrees, sandwiches, salads, bakery products and beverages. Offerings will be expanded and enhanced in response to customer interest.

Dulany Inn............11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

The Dulany Inn will offer a fine dining option for the noon meal. The menu will be expanded to include upscale offerings as well as heart-healthy alternatives. Display cooking, special event menus and other features will continue to be highlights of this service.

Hilltop Center

Riverview Dining Room............7-9 a.m.; 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.; 4:30-7:30 p.m.

The Riverview will offer traditional, all-you-can-eat food service - including hot entrees, sandwiches, salad bar, deserts, beverages and more - aimed primarily at resident students. Enhancements will include more restaurant-style menu items and service styles, unlimited servings on all food items and extended evening hours. Meal prices for meal plan participants and for cash/Blugold card customers will continue in 2002-03 at 2001-02 rates.

Food Court............10:30 a.m.-midnight

The Food Court will offer fast food and convenience store items. Options will include Taco Bell Express, Blimpies, the Mein Bowl (Chinese/Asian cuisine), Pete's Arena and Freshens. Beverages, salads, bakery products and other items will be available. The Food Court will include a convenience store offering food and nonfood items desired by residence hall students.

Crest Center
Higher Ground............5 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

Freshly prepared burgers, hand-cut fries and other signature items will be offered in the Higher Ground. Hours will be extended and beverage and snack service will be offered during programming hours in consultation with the Higher Ground advisory committee.

Haas Fine Arts Building
Café a la Cart............7:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

Café a la Cart will offer a variety of sandwiches, salads, soups, bakery products, beverages, snack items and more. It will be located in the central lobby area of the building.


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