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Faculty/Academic Staff Forums
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs will present Faculty/Academic Staff Forums this spring semester. The programs will be held from 12:10 to 12:50 p.m. Wednesdays in the Presidents Room of Davies Center, unless otherwise noted. Bring a brown bag lunch or tray.
      • Feb. 25: Zoltan Grossman, geography and anthropology/American Indian studies, "Unlikely Alliances: Treaty Conflicts and Environmental Cooperation Between Native American and Rural White Communities."
      • March 3: Lori Bica and Marie (Mickey) Crothers, psychology, "Campus Sexual Assault Prevention." Go to top of page

Faculty/academic staff workshops and programs
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs announces the following program deadlines for faculty and academic staff.
Program Deadlines:
    The Academic Staff Professional Development Program deadline is March 1.
    • The
Summer Extramural Grant Development Program deadline is March 1.
    • The Student Research Day abstract and application deadline is March 8-12. Go to top of page

Allied Health Professions
Dale B. Taylor had his chapter titled "Biomedical Music Therapy" published in the 2004 textbook "Introduction to Approaches in Music Therapy," edited by A.A. Darrow and published by the American Music Therapy Association. In addition, Taylor's book "Biomedical Foundations of Music as Therapy" has been designated a "Classic" by MMB Music Inc. because it has gone into several printings and has reached a wider and more diverse public than originally planned. Go to top of page

Art & Design
Anders Shafer, emeritus, had one of his paintings accepted into the "Beloit and Vicinity Exhibition," which runs through April 2 at the Wright Museum in Beloit. He also had a life drawing accepted into "Drawing from Perception," a national competition/exhibition of drawings from perception, on display from March 28 through May 2 at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Go to top of page

English
Theresa Kemp had her essay titled "Learning to Curse: Teaching Postcolonial Shakespeare(s) to Undergraduates," published in Shakespeare and the Classroom, Vol. 11.1, 2003, pages 7-20.

Joel Pace presented a paper titled “Race and Haunting in Wordsworth, Poe, Hawthorne and Chesnutt” at the 2003 International Conference on Romanticism, "Romanticism and Its Other Discourses," Nov. 13-15 at Marquette University in Milwaukee. Pace also was elected to the editorial board, as book review editor, of Symbiosis, an MLA-indexed journal of transatlantic literary relations. Go to top of page

Philosophy and Religious Studies
Charlene Burns presented a public lecture and discussion titled "The Da Vinci Code: Myth or History?" Feb. 15 in Eau Claire. The presentation was sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Eau Claire. Go to top of page

Births and Adoptions
Danielle, Zachary, Sydnee and baby Christopher YengoCongratulations to Tracy Yengo, athletics, and Sean Yengo, kinesiology and athletics, whose fourth child, Christopher Joseph, was born Feb. 10 in Eau Claire. The baby (on the left, next to the doll) weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces, and was 18 inches long when he was born. Christopher's siblings include Danielle, Zachary and Sydnee. Go to top of page


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University Bulletin • Vol. 51, No. 21 • Fifth Week • Spring Semester • Feb. 23, 2004

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Liz Wolf Green, Editor, UW-Eau Claire News Bureau, Schofield 201, (715) 836-4741
Diane Walkoff, Editorial Assistant. Updated: February 19, 2004

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