16th Annual Latin American Conference
to be held at UW-Eau Claire
Negotiation skills seminar to
Aging summit set for May 7
Mathematics department to offer
Proposed changes in School of Education
Following is a new employment opportunity 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.
• Communication Disorders: Associate
lecturer/lecturer — 836-4861.
resident director for student affairs
position for the "Wisconsin in Scotland" program in Dalkeith,
Scotland, is available.
start date: July 19, 2004.
• Terms of appointment:
12-month, fixed-term, non-instructional, reporting to the "Wisconsin
in Scotland" resident director of Dalkeith House.
Master’s degree, preferably with an emphasis in student affairs
or counseling. Valid U.S. Passport.
• Salary: Based
on qualifications and experience.
deadline: April 30, 2004. Interviews will be held May 6 at UW-River
For more information contact Connie Johnson at 836-4411 or send
e-mail to email@example.com.
16th Annual Latin American
Conference to be held at UW-Eau Claire
The 16th annual Midwest Conference on Latin American
Studies will be held April 29-30, in Davies Center at UW-Eau Claire.
The event, sponsored by UW-Eau Claire
Continuing Education/UW Extension and the departments of foreign languages,
history, music and theatre arts, art & design, and political science,
will begin with a welcome from 7-9:30 p.m. April 29, featuring MadiSalsa,
a Madison ensemble devoted to the musical traditions of Cuba, Puerto
Rico and the Dominican Republic. Full
Negotiation skills seminar
to be offered
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education/UW Extension
will present “Negotiation Skills,” 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 held April 21-22 at Sweetwaters
Restaurant in Eau Claire. Workshop facilitator Tony Nagle will focus
on win-win outcomes, overcoming the five most common obstacles to agreement
and reaching agreements efficiently and amicably. The program also includes
a discussion on separating people problems from issues and exploring
options for mutual gain. Full
set for May 7
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education and Advisors
on Gerontological Education (AGE) will present “It Takes a Village
— The Impact of Aging on our Cities and Towns — Generating
Solutions and Ideas that Work” May 7 in Eau Claire.
The summit, designed for community
leaders, business owners, managers, marketing directors, health and
family services professionals, senior services providers, nursing home/assisted
living administrators and others interested in and concerned with the
impact of aging, will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Plaza Inn
and Suites. Full story.
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.
in School of Education
Following are proposed curricular changes in the School of Education.
If you have questions or concerns, contact Roger
Tlusty, chair of the School of Education Academic Policies Committee,
at email@example.com or 836-2635 within 15 days of this notice in the
Comprehensive Major: Art
and Design Education (Code 020-xxx)
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, Page 68.
To: Fifty-five semester credits, including:
1) Foundations Courses: 12 credits to be completed in the first year
of study, Art 107, 108, 109, 110.
2) Studio Requirement: 21 credits, including Art 244, 249, 264, 281,
312, 357, 367.
3) Art History Requirement: 12 credits, including ArtH 111, 112, and
six credits of Art History electives. ArtH/AIS 324 or 335; ArtH 201
or 333 are recommended.
4) Electives in Studio or Art History: ten credits.
This major leads to licensure to teach Art in Early Childhood through
NOTE 1: C I 350 and 354 are required but not included in the 55 credit
NOTE 2: At least 21 credits of upper-division (300-400 level) art courses
must be included in the major.
NOTE 3: Internships, directed and independent studies, and special topics
courses will count as elective credit.
NOTE 4: ArtH/AIS 324 and 335 will satisfy the Cultural Diversity requirement.
Students desiring to be Comprehensive Teaching Art
Majors enter the department’s programs and courses as Pre-Education
Art Majors. Formal admission into the Comprehensive Teaching Art Major
is based on satisfactory completion of the Foundations Review and a
recommendation for acceptance into the major by the Art & Design
faculty. (Note: this admission procedure is relevant only to the Department
of Art & Design’s Comprehensive Teaching Major, and it takes
place before a second application for formal admission to the School
of Education in the student’s junior or senior year.)
Major: History, Teaching
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, Page 112.
To: Delete Additional Requirement:
Minor: General Science,
Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence (Code 120-402)
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, Pages 57-58.
To: A minimum of 28 semester credits
including Biol 100, Phys 100, and Geol 106. The remainder of the credits
must be selected from the following: Biol 180, 196, 202, Biol/Wmns 130;
Chem 101, 104, 121, 152, 191, 399; Geog 104, 178; Geol 301, 308, 418;
Phys 115, 211, 212, 226, 229, 315.
At least 10 credits from one discipline (biology, chemistry, geography/geology,
physics) and six credits from each of the other three must be taken.
This minor leads to licensure to teach Science in Middle Childhood-Early
For advising, see Professor R. Hollon (B. 291) Curriculum and Instruction.
Minor: Religious Studies,
Teaching (Code 411-402)
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, Pages 134-135.
To: Twenty-four semester credits,
including: 6 credits from Rels/Phil 281, 381, Rels 348, 350, 380, 450,
490; 3 crs. Western Religions from Rels 230, 240, 303, 304, 307, 309;
3 crs. Non-Western Religions from Rels 312, 314, 323, Rels/AIS 330;
3 crs. Critical Approaches from Rels 210, 315, 350, 450, Rels/Phil 326,
Rels/Wmns 353, Phil 345; 3 crs. Thematic from Rels 290, 291, 348, 378,
390, 491, Rels/Wmns 355; 6 crs. from courses in above categories or
from Rels 100, 110, 395, 396, 397, 399, 498, 499.
1) No more than 3 crs. of Rels 396 are allowed toward the minor.
2) No more than 3 crs. of Rels 397 are allowed toward the minor.
3) No more than 3 crs. of Rels 498 are allowed toward the minor.
This minor is not eligible for licensure by the Wisconsin Department
of Public Instruction.