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Employment

2003 WHE gift program touched many lives

Children's Center offers evening hours

Student Development Council subcommittee to study male student retention and graduation

Resident assistant nominations sought

'A Mid Winter Night's Dance' set for Feb. 7

Disability and aging workshop to be offered

Tax forms available at McIntyre Library

Program changes in College of Arts and Sciences

Student Professional Development Program approved in College of Business

Curricular changes in College of Business

Dulany Inn Valentine's Day Buffet set for Feb. 11

 

Employment
Following are new employment opportunities at UW-Eau Claire. A list of all currently available job openings and additional information about each position, including application procedures, may be found on the Academic Affairs employment opportunities Web site.

    • Continuing Education: Outreach specialist in music and the arts — 836-5745.
    • Mathematics: Assistant professor in mathematics education — 836-3673.
    • Music and Theatre Arts: Artist or associate artist as costume studio supervisor — 836-4954.
    • Philosophy and Religious Studies: Chair with tenure — 836-2930. Go to top of page

gifts2003 WHE gift program touched many lives
For the 13th consecutive year, Women in Higher Education invited nontraditional-age and traditional-age UW-Eau Claire students with children to receive gifts. Forty-eight student parents requested gifts for a total of 100 children. Patti See, Academic Skills Center, coordinated the program and collected $945 from faculty, staff and students for grocery-store gift certificates. This totaled almost $3,000 in gifts and food certificates for students and their families.

Rita Sorkness, McIntyre Library, processed cash donations. Cheryl Cutsforth, Janice Bogstad and Ronadin Carey, all from McIntyre Library, coordinated dropoff and distribution signs in the library and supervised the Technical Services area, where students picked up gifts during final exam week. Many people in that office gave their time, space and patience for gift distribution. Many others at UW-Eau Claire gave their time to sort and distribute gifts to families.

Thank you to everyone who made this year's gift program
so successful! Go to top of page

Children's Center offers evening hours
Children's Center logo The UW-Eau Claire Children's Center offers evening child care from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday for students and faculty who are attending or teaching night classes. Those attending evening classes will be charged student rates. For more information, contact Becky Wurzer at wurzerrp@uwec.edu or 836-2178. Go to top of page

Student Development Council subcommittee to study male student retention and graduation
A subcommittee of the Student Development Council has begun studying issues related to male student retention and graduation. The group will study pertinent issues and recommend action to the council.

The subcommittee seeks additional participation and input from faculty and instructional staff. For more information or to express interest in joining the group, contact Art Lyons at lyonsaj@uwec.edu or 836-4935. Go to top of page

Resident assistant nominations sought
Faculty and staff members are invited to nominate students for resident assistant positions in UW-Eau Claire residence halls. For more information or to nominate a student, send e-mail to Peggy Erickson at erickspj@uwec.edu. Go to top of page

dancers'A Mid Winter Night's Dance' set for Feb. 7
The Arc Eau Claire will hold its third annual "Mid Winter Night's Dance" Saturday, Feb. 7, from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. in the Spruce-Tamarack Room of Davies Center. The evening will feature the H.G.T. Rock & Roll Band. Free dance lessons will be offered at 7 p.m. Tickets, available at the door or by calling 834-7204, are $25 for the public or $15 for students. The Arc Eau Claire advocates rights of people with cognitive disabilities. Go to top of page

Disability and aging workshop to be offered
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education/UW-Extension and the Community Based Service Training Partnership for Adults will present “Disability and Aging,” an advanced workshop designed for social workers, marriage and family therapists, healthcare providers, case managers and others who work with older adults, the disabled and their families.

The workshop will held Feb.10 in Eau Claire at the Plaza Inn & Suites; Feb. 11, 2004, in Rhinelander at Holiday Acres Resort; and Feb.12 in Hayward at the Hayward Inn & Suites. Full story. Go to top of page

Tax forms available at McIntyre Library
United States, Wisconsin and Minnesota tax forms are available in the Grand Corridor of McIntyre Library. The forms are for personal use only, as supplies are limited. The Reference/Government Publications Desk on the first floor of the library also will have reproducible copies of forms that can be duplicated for 10 cents each. Forms also may be downloaded from the following Web sites:
Internal Revenue Service, Wisconsin Department of Revenue and Minnesota Department of Revenue. Go to top of page

catalogProgram changes in College of Arts and Sciences
In accordance with university policy, notification is given of approved changes in the following programs in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Major: Computer Science, Software Engineering, Liberal Arts (Code 170-205)
From:
Page 85 of the 2003-04 University Catalogue.
To: Include Engl 308 as an option for fulfilling the GE-IA requirement in Note 2.
Comprehensive Major: Computer Science, Liberal Arts
Computer Science Emphasis (Code 170-030)

From: Page 85 of the 2003-04 University Catalogue.
To: Include Engl 308 as an option for fulfilling the GE-IA requirement in Remark 1.
Minor: Computer Science, Liberal Arts, Web Design and Development Emphasis (Code 170-405)
From:
Page 86 of the 2003-04 University Catalogue.
To: Include Engl 308 as an option in Item 2.
Comprehensive Major: Geology, Liberal Arts, General Geology Emphasis (Code 160-010)
From: Page 109 of the 2003-04 University Catalogue.
To: Include Geog 363 and 364 in the list of electives.
Comprehensive Major: Geology, Liberal Arts, Hydrogeology and Water Chemistry Emphasis (Code 160-013)
From:
Page 109 of the 2003-04 University Catalogue.
To: Include Geog 363 and 364 in the list of electives.
Minor: Women's Studies, Liberal Arts (Code 486-401)
From:
Wmns 490 as a required course and Wmns 305 as a Cluster B course.
To: Wmns 490 as a Cluster B course and Wmns 305 as a required course.
Certificate in Women's Studies
From:
Wmns 490 as a required course and Wmns 305.
To: Wmns 490 as an elective course and Wmns 305 as a required course. Go to top of page

Student Professional Development Program approved in College of Business
The College of Business Curriculum Committee recently approved the Student Professional Development Program. All candidates for the BBA degree must complete the Student Professional Development Program. The program is designed to equip students with the skills needed to present themselves in a professional manner during their job search and to other professionals once they enter their chosen careers.

The program consists of four workshops: career planning, professional appearance, professional etiquette and the job campaign. The first workshop, career planning, should be completed before the end of the sophomore year. For more information, call the College of Business Academic Affairs office at 836-5473 or visit Schneider 117. Go to top of page

Curricular changes in College of Business
The following curricular changes were approved by the College of Business Curriculum Committee:
Change the Finance, Corporate Finance and Financial Services tracks:
Finance: (800-000)
From:
Required accounting courses: Minimum five credits from Acct 301, Acct 302, Acct 314, Acct 321, Acct 450.
To: Required accounting courses: minimum six credits from Acct 301, Acct 302, Acct 314, Acct 321, Acct 450.
Corporate Finance: (800-001)
From: Required Accounting courses: Acct 314, Acct 450 and one of: Acct 301, Acct 302, Acct 321.
To: Required Accounting courses: Acct 314, and one of: Acct 301, Acct 302, Acct 321, Acct 450.
From: Additional Credits 300 level or above to complete 60 credits: Two credits.
To: Additional Credits 300 level or above to complete 60 credits: Four credits.
Financial Services: (800-004)
From: Required accounting courses: Acct 321, Acct 450.
To: Required accounting courses: Acct 321, and Acct 301 or Acct 450.
From: Additional credits 300 level or above to complete 60 credits: Two credits.
To: Additional Credits 300 level or above to complete 60 credits: One credit.
International Business Minor (740-411), change to elective courses:
From:
Foreign Language at the 201, 202 level (maximum of 4 credits of foreign language, included as elective credits).
To: Up to four credits of foreign language. Go to top of page

heartsDulany Inn Valentine's Day Buffet set for Feb. 11
The Dulany Inn Valentine's Buffet will be held Wednesday, Feb. 11, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The buffet will include: chicken dumpling soup, London broil, baked ham and asparagus, lasagna, stuffed cheese shells, blended rice, mixed vegetables, roasted baby red potatoes, cloud salad, sugar and sweetness salad and other complimentary sweets. Call 836-5261 for reservations. Go to top of page


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University Bulletin • Vol. 51, No. 17 • First Week • Spring Semester • Jan. 26, 2004

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Liz Wolf Green, Editor, UW-Eau Claire News Bureau, Schofield 201, (715) 836-4741
Diane Walkoff, Editorial Assistant.
Updated: January 28, 2004

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