of Research and Sponsored Programs announces the final
Faculty/Academic Staff Forum for spring
semester. The program will be held from 12:10
to 12:50 p.m. in the Badger
Room of Davies Center. Bring a brown bag
lunch or tray.
7: Sean Bulger, kinesiology and athletics, "Developmentally
Appropriate Sport Education."
workshops and programs
of Research and Sponsored Programs announces the following workshop
for faculty and academic staff.
Research Day Poster Workshop focusing
on poster creation using computers for layout and design, and printing
using large format printers will be held April
13 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Phillips
275. You also may contact Rick Mickelson,
Teaching and Learning Technology Development Center, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 836-6005, for information and assistance with poster preparation
using a large format printer.
Registration for Summer Session continues
There’s still time to register for Summer
Session 2004. UW-Eau
Claire faculty and staff are encouraged to remind students of the many
benefits of Summer Session (things like,
up to three credits in as little as three weeks, smaller classes, a
chance to catch up or move ahead with their degree). More information
is available on the Summer Session
Center for International Education
Susan Lochner and
Cheryl Lochner-Wright had
their paper titled "Program Specific Peer Advising" published
in "Strategies for Maximizing Education Abroad Resources from NAFSA:
Association of International Educators." The publication was funded
by a grant from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the
U.S. Department of State.
communication disorders graduate students Sarah Reiter and Kimberly
Schopen, and undergraduate students Nicole Brantner and Ashley Gonyo
gave presentations at the 15th annual Wisconsin Conference on Augmentative
and Alternative Communication and Assistive Technology March 25-26 at
the Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Eau Claire. The presentations
were on effective integration of augmentative and alternative communication
and assistive technology in a client's home living environment (Reiter
and Schopen) and on research and clinical experiences of siblings of
persons living with severe disabilities (Brantner and Gonyo). King also
moderated two other sessions on current research and clinical issues
in the fields of AAC and AT.
presented a lecture on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge March 18
in Red Wing, Minn. The presentation was co-sponsored by the Anderson
Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and the Red Wing Environmental
Housing and Residence Life
received the Student Organization Advisor Award at the 2004 Student
Leadership Recognition Awards Ceremony Feb. 19 at UW-Eau Claire. Thesing-Ritter
advises the Residence Hall Activities Board, United Hall Council and
National Residence Hall Honorary. Full
and co-author William Marelich, California State University-Fullerton,
had their book titled "The Social Psychology of
Health: Essays and Readings" published. The book, designed to be
used in health psychology, sociology of health and medical sociology
courses, uses original essays to introduce classic and contemporary
readings on health.
Teaching and Learning Technology
participated in a panel discussion titled "Strategies for the Future:
SWATT-II and Learning Management Systems" at the Conference for
Academic Technology Staff March 23-26 in San Luis Obispo, Calif.