University Bookstore staff thank
academic departments for book orders
Continuing Education to sponsor ethics
program for social workers
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.
Bookstore staff thank academic departments for book orders
Staff members from the University Bookstore
thank members of the following departments/divisions for their outstanding
efforts in submitting rental and purchase course book orders for summer
session and fall semester 2004. Faculty and staff from the following
departments/divisions submitted 75 percent or more of their book orders
by the March 19 deadline: Adult Health
Nursing, Anthropology, Art, Art History, Biology, Collaborative Nursing,
Communication and Journalism, Communication Disorders, Chemistry, Dance,
Economics, Environmental and Public Health, English as Second Language,
Finance, Foreign Languages, Family Health Nursing, International Studies,
Mathematics, Management Information Systems, Music Therapy, Nursing
Systems, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Political Science, Sociology
The department of mathematics
submitted the highest percentage of its book orders on time —
and its orders were received by March 10, more than a week before the
deadline. University Bookstore staff members will express their appreciation
by catering a free lunch for the mathematics department.
Education to sponsor ethics program for social workers
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education will present
“Ethics and Boundaries: Strengths-Based Care and the Adult Client”
in Rhinelander May 11, in Hayward May 12, and in Eau Claire May 13.
Programs in all locations begin at 9 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.
Working with the adult client population and their
families presents both unique and sometimes mundane ethics challenges
for social workers and other health and human services practitioners.
Confident and compassionate practice is especially challenging in rural
communities and small towns where confidentiality, conflict of interest
and access to services are often at issue. Full
Work in Scotland
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.
Interviews will be held May 6 at UW-River Falls.
For more information contact Connie
Johnson, Center for International Education, at email@example.com