If members of the media have interviewed you, e-mail Liz Wolf Green at email@example.com, so she may share the news with University Bulletin readers. Following are examples of UW-Eau Claire people and programs that recently appeared in the media.
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Kelly Gruber, a UW-Eau Claire nursing student and CPR instructor, spent part of her Spring Break with seven members of the Little Red 4-H Club. The students, pictured in a feature photo in the March 23 Leader-Telegram, learned CPR and developed a better understanding of what nurses do.
Jim Oberly, history, was part of a discussion on the history of the Republican Party, how it was formed, how it developed in western Wisconsin and stories of long-time republications March 22 on the Wisconsin Public Radio show "The West Side."
Anders Shafer, emeritus, art & design, and UW-Eau Claire graduate Chris Rommel were quoted in the March 21 Leader-Telegram article "Illustrative career choice." Rommel's caricatures are published in the April issue of Playboy magazine.
Emma Chambers, University Recreation, and several UW-Eau Claire students were quoted in the March 18 Leader-Telegram article "UW-EC students given hot tips before reaching warm climates," about the "Blugolds Gone Wild" event March 17.
Charlene Burns and Jonathan Paradise, philosophy and religious studies, and Doug Pearson, College of Arts and Sciences, discussed the controversial movie "The Passion of the Christ" March 16 on the Wisconsin Public Radio show "The West Side."
Doug Dunham, physics and astronomy, and UW-Eau Claire student Sara Chamberlain were quoted in the March 17 Wisconsin Technology Network News article "UW-Eau Claire creates Materials Science Center."
Harry Jol, geography and anthropology, and UW-Eau Claire students were featured in the article "Looking for logs in all the right places — UWEC students start mapping, sampling Rib Lake in search of hidden treasures" in the March 4 issue of The Star News (Medford).
University Bulletin • Vol. 51, No. 25 • Tenth Week • Spring Semester • March 29, 2004