Vol. 50, No. 26 • Eighth Week • Spring Semester • March 10, 2003
to hold listening session at UW-Eau Claire Tuesday
The UW System Board of Regents will hold several listening sessions this month to learn how proposed budget cuts could affect UW campuses and the communities in which they are located.
The first listening session will take place at UW-Eau Claire Tuesday, March 11, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Tamarack Room of Davies Center. A live Webcast of the listening session may be accessed from the UW-Eau Claire home page under "Headline News."
The UW System Regents and President Katharine C. Lyall will be available to discuss the issues and answer questions. An invited panel of guests representing UW System campuses and communities in west central Wisconsin will participate in the discussion, which is open to the public.
Gov. Jim Doyle has proposed a $250 million cut to the UW System in the 2003-05 state budget. The governor also has proposed tuition increases to offset some of the cuts, but even if they were approved the reduction to the UW System still would be $100 million, or about 10 percent of the university's annual state appropriation.
During the listening sessions, UW System Board of Regents President Guy A. Gottschalk, President Lyall and three to four other regents will meet with students, parents, faculty, academic staff, campus administrators, business owners, community leaders, local elected officials, K-12 educators and UW alumni/donors for a town hall-style discussion.
UW-Green Bay will host a listening session Thursday, March 13. Tentative listening sessions also are planned for Waukesha on March 25, Stevens Point on March 26 and Madison on March 31.
Those in attendance will have an opportunity to comment on the Environmental Impact Assessment of the project. Copies of the EIA are available at UW-Eau Claire's McIntyre Library and at the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library downtown.
For more information, contact Terry Classen at 836-5278 or email@example.com.
Below is the protocol UW-Eau Claire follows in order to accommodate these students:
The Dean of Students Office is assisting students, faculty and staff with this process and, along with others, providing occasional follow up with the students. For additional information, contact the Dean of Students Office at 836-5626.
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During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Brazil was fascinated with France and France in turn was fascinated with Brazil. As a result, music composed during this era reflects the culture of both countries. The Brazilian-born artists will present music of the era that offers an attractive combination of French elegance and Brazilian temperament.
Gerling, on violin, and Dossin, on piano, will begin this unique concert with "Copacabana" by D. Milhaud. The performance also will include H. Villa-Lobos' Sonata-Fantasy No. 1; Sonata No. 4 by C. Guarnieri; and "Mae d'agua Canta" by L. Cosme. The concert will end with Sonata in A Major by C. Franck. Dossin said, "The piece by Franck is one of the most beautiful works ever written for violin and piano."
Gerling received his graduate training in the United States at the New England Conservatory and at the University of Iowa. Dossin received a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin and the Master of Fine Arts Degree and the Advanced Post Graduate Certificate from the Tschaikowsky Conservatory in Moscow, Russia.
Dossin, who joined the UW-Eau Claire music department
last year, has performed in 15 countries during the last 20 years and
is a prizewinner in several national and international piano competitions.
UW-Eau Claire's Foster Gallery is pleased to announce an exciting four-part Brown Bag Lunch Series, titled "From Concept to Image and Back Again," featuring three regional artists who will explore the conceptual nature of their work. The presentations will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Mondays, March 10, 24, 31 and April 7 in the Foster Gallery of the Haas Fine Arts Center.
Gene Hood, art, will kick-off the series March 10 with "From Idea of Language to Language of Ideas." Former Bush Fellowship recipient Susan Sveda-Uncapher will present "The Question IS the Point" March 24 and art professor Scott Robertson will present "Romantic Landscapes and the Artificial" March 31. The series will conclude on April 7 with a panel discussion by all three artists titled "Denied of Market Hunger, I Ate a Conceptual Sandwich." At this final event, audience members will be invited to share pizza as well as their ideas on the nature of conceptual art.Honoring Education Pow Wow set for April 5
All drums, dancers and vendors are invited to participate in the Honoring Education Traditional Pow Wow Saturday, April 5, in UW-Eau Claire's Zorn Arena. The Pow Wow is traditionally the closing event during Native American Awareness Week at UW-Eau Claire, to be celebrated this year March 31-April 5.
Grand entries will take place at 1 and 7 p.m. in Zorn Arena, and there will be a feast at 5 p.m. Bruce Sonnenberg, of the St. Croix Anishinaabe, will be the master of ceremonies.
Pipestone will be the host drum and Ahsiniis Larson will be arena director. The head dancers will be Richard St. Germaine, history, Becky St. Germaine, Edison Redday and Linda Gourneau, visiting minority scholar.
Invited drums include Hay-lush-ka, Lac Courte Oreilles Badgers and Cumberland.
Tickets, available at the door, are $3 for the event and feast. Admission is free for those 60 and older and 5 and younger.