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.
Finals Week information
Finals week at UW-Eau Claire is May
17-21. Test Scoring in Schofield 4 will
be open from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. May 17-19 and 7:45 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The Registrar’s Office in Schofield 128 will
collect grades from 7:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 17-21 and from 7:45 a.m.
to 4 p.m. May 24-25. The grade reporting deadline is 4
p.m. May 25.
OPID grants available
The UW System Office of Professional and Instructional Development announces
that support will be available for Follow-Up Conference Development
Grants to the OPID Spring Conference "Making Teaching and Learning
Visible: Integrating Scholarly Inquiry into Campus and System Culture."
Funds will support the development and sponsorship of local, regional
and system-wide workshops and conferences that further the discussion
of the UW System Initiative on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
Proposers may invite guest speakers to give presentations as part of
their program. Funds typically support travel, materials and some expenses
incidental to the funded event; they are not intended to support conference
travel for individual faculty members attending non-OPID-funded events.
Grant proposals may request up to $1,000 for campus
programs and up to $2,000 for regional programs. The deadline for the
Spring Conference Development Grants is May
28 for events taking place between July 1 and Dec. 31, 2004.
Proposals must be approved by Linda
Carpenter, UW-Eau Claire’s administrative representative to
Grant guidelines and application are available on
the NET and OPID
Web sites. Proposers also may request additional details and guidelines
from Donna Silver, assistant director, OPID, at firstname.lastname@example.org or
staff spring 2004 committee election results
• Referendum reducing membership on Faculty
Termination Review Committee and increasing membership on Faculty Complaint
and Grievance Committees passed.
• Elected to Faculty Nominating Committee:
Beth Kilday — Mathematics; Nathan Miller — Physics and Astronomy;
Colin Shaw — Geology; Tim Bawden — Geography and Anthropology;
Marcia Miller-Rodeberg — Chemistry.
• Elected to
Faculty Termination Review Committee: Susan Moch — Family
Health Nursing; Winifred Morse — Adult Health Nursing; Susan McIntyre
— Curriculum and Instruction
Andrew Phillips — Computer Science; Scott Hartsel — Chemistry.
to Faculty Complaint and Grievance Committee: Debra Jansen —
Adult Health Nursing; Barbara Mac Briar — Family Health Nursing;
Mimi King — McIntyre Library; Thomas King — Communication
Disorders; Cecilia Wendler — Nursing Systems.
University Faculty Senators At-Large: Bobby Pitts — Art
& Design; David Lonzarich — Biology.
Academic Staff Committees
• Elected to University Academic Staff Nominating
Committee: Bob Lieske — School of
Nursing; Connie Russell — Records and Registration; Judy Berthiaume
— News Bureau.
• Elected to Academic Staff Complaint, Grievance
and Review Committee — From Administrative and Professional Academic
Staff: Katie Ritland-Clouse — Advising
and New Student Initiatives. From
Instructional Academic Staff: Carrie Madden
— Psychology; Karen Morris — Communication and Journalism.
• Elected to Academic Staff Professional Development
Committee: Jessica Holm — TLTDC;
Patricia Quinn — McNair Program.
• Elected University Academic Staff Senators
At-Large: Sue Moore — Records and Registration; Marcia
Bollinger — School of Nursing; Jennifer Lee — Housing and
Residence Life; Donna Raleigh — TLTDC.
• Elected to University Senate Academic Staff
Personnel Committee — From Administrative and Professional Academic
Staff: Donna Raleigh — TLTDC; Joey Bohl — Admissions.
From Instructional Academic Staff:
Jill Smith — Geography and Anthropology.
• Elected to University Senate Compensation Committee:
Jodi Thesing-Ritter — Housing and Residence Life.
• Elected to Administrative Review Committee:
Sue Moore — Records and Registration.
faculty/staff parking information
Applications for guaranteed faculty/staff parking
for the 2004-05 academic year have been distributed by campus mail to
all employees. Employees who currently have GF permits must submit new
If you need an application or have questions
about the application process, contact Dorothy
Nelson, Business and Student Services, at email@example.com or 836-5182.
The application deadline is Friday,
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.
Connecting campus and community — Continuing
Education serves a wide variety of nontraditional students. Following
are links to news releases about upcoming programs offered by UW-Eau
Claire Continuing Education.
Claire Continuing Education Offers June Programs for Health Professionals.
Additional information can be found on the Continuing
Education Web site or by calling (715) 836-3636.