Student Development and Diversity
Recognition Award nominations due March 17
Nominations sought for Classified
Staff Excellence Award
Mathematics department to offer
UW-Eau Claire students participate
in ‘Collegiate Click Drive’
Conflict management workshop
to be offered
Proposed curricular changes in College
of Professional Studies
Proposed graduate program changes
in College of Professional Studies
Dulany Inn to offer St. Patrick's
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: Three
positions as outreach specialists as follows: one in PK-16 professional
development programming; one in health and human services programming;
and one in business programming and regional service — 836-5745.
Development and Diversity Recognition Award nominations due March 17
The Office of Student Development and
Diversity invites nominations for the first Student Development and
Diversity Recognition Awards to be presented April 21.
The awards recognizing people who have shown exemplary efforts in facilitating
the development of students and in promoting diversity on campus will
be given in the following areas: Staff Excellence, Student Organization,
University Staff Excellence, Instructional Excellence, Student Assistant,
Diversity Teacher/Scholar and Diversity Advocate.
Nomination information should be sent to
the Office of Student Development
and Diversity, Schofield 240, by March
17. For additional information, contact Jan
Sloan at email@example.com or 836-5992.
sought for Classified Staff Excellence Award
The Classified Staff Awards Committee invites nominations for
the Excellence in Performance Award to be given in fall 2004. The UW-Eau
Claire Foundation will present $1,500 to the recipient. Any permanent
member of the classified staff with a 50 percent or greater appointment
may be nominated for the award.
Nominations should be forwarded to the Classified
Staff Awards Committee, Chancellor's Office, Schofield 204, by April
13. For additional information, contact
any of the following Classified Staff Awards Committee members: Mike
Alred, firstname.lastname@example.org, co-chair; Sylvia
Emerson, email@example.com, co-chair; Shelle
Manning, firstname.lastname@example.org; Patricia
Imbery, email@example.com; or Steve
Mathematics department to
offer summer workshops
The UW-Eau Claire mathematics department will
offer several workshops in summer 2004. The workshops, scheduled for
June and July, will be taught by M. El-Gebeily of the department of
mathematical sciences at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. Additional details and a workshop list can
be found by clicking on "Summer 2004 Workshops" on the mathematics
department Web page.
For more information, contact Mohamed
Elgindi at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-2768.
Claire students participate in ‘Collegiate Click Drive’
Student Life and Diversity Commission of UW-Eau Claire Student Senate
is participating in the third annual nationwide “Collegiate Click
Drive.” The Click Drive started Feb.14 and will run through March
The project encourages college students and communities
across the United States to help raise up to $1 million for micro-credit
programs in developing countries.
To help raise money for those living in poverty, go
to the PovertyFighters
Web site, select UW-Eau Claire from the drop-down menu and click “Go.”
Participants may register two clicks per day. For more information about
the drive, contact Laura van Zandt
at email@example.com or 833-8018. Full
management workshop to be offered
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education/UW-Extension
will present “Facing Conflict Head-On!” a two-day seminar
designed for small business owners, managers, supervisors, team leaders,
project coordinators, administrators or others who manage people or
work in a team-based environment.
The seminar will be offered March 17-18 at Sweetwaters
Restaurant in Eau Claire. Workshop facilitator Robert Jeffers will examine
the nature of conflict, how innate preferences shape conflict and how
learned behaviors impact conflict. Participants discuss the conflict
process, identify frequent root causes of organizational conflict and
learn a process for diagnosing root causes of impasse. Full
curricular changes in College of Professional Studies
Following are proposed curricular changes approved
by the School of Education Academic Policies Committee. If you have
questions or concerns, contact Steve
Tallant at firstname.lastname@example.org within 15 days of this notice publication
in the University Bulletin.
Comprehensive Major: Kinesiology, Physical
Education Teaching Emphasis (Code 991-056)
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, pages 205-206.
credits, including the Core (Kins 190, 194, 304, 308, 426) plus Kins
290, 293, 295, 300, 301, 302, 303, 305, 306, 327, 328, 484, 487, 493,
496; Sped 200, 306. Additional requirements include: Biol 151 (GE-II)
is a prerequisite to Kins 194, and Phys 100 (GE-II) is a prerequisite
to Kins 304. See chart on page (?) for GE requirements.
Major: Theatre Arts, Early Adolescence/Adolescence
Teaching (Code 601-202)
Catalogue, page 124.
Arts, Teaching (Code 601-xxx)
Thirty-six semester credits: C I 361; Thea 121,
125, 130, 220, 228, 321, 332, 335, 421, 425, 434, 189/389 (1credit).
Additional requirements include: Theatre education majors and minors
are required to take the following fine arts courses in their General
Education/elective programs: one music course from Musi 100, 102, 110,
340; Engl 190; one of Art 105, 106; one dance course from Dnce 101,
Proposed graduate program
changes in College of Professional Studies
The following change, approved by the
School of Nursing Graduate Curriculum and Admission Committee and the
nursing graduate faculty, is proposed by the dean of graduate studies
for the master of science in nursing program.
• Discontinue written comprehensive examinations
as a required component of the master of science in nursing graduate
student exit requirements. Thesis/scholarly project requirements that
include an oral presentation will continue.
If you have questions or concerns, contact Mark
Clark at email@example.com within 30 days of this notice publication
in the University Bulletin. If
there are no objections to the proposed change in requirements, the
change will take effect for students completing the degree in August
Inn to offer St. Patrick's Day buffet
A special St. Patrick's Day buffet will be offered
March 17 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Dulany Inn, Davies Center.
The buffet will include: mulligatawny
soup, grilled Reuben or Rachael sandwiches, luck of the Irish boiled
dinner, hay and straw fettuccini, corned beef and cabbage, leprechaun
vegetables, wee folk salad, blarney salad, O'Malley's fruit salad and
is $6.25 per person. Call 836-5261 for reservations.