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Four more retirees join emeriti at UW-Eau Claire
Angelo Armendariz, foreign languages; James Clute, music and theatre arts; David Ford Hansen, communication and journalism; and Katherine McIntyre, library services, recently announced their retirement. Each received emeritus status. Full story.

Faculty/academic staff workshops and programs
As a special service to faculty and academic staff, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is sponsoring a series of workshops to describe the various programs available to them. Program deadlines also are noted.

Workshops:
    A Research Workshop to discuss the Faculty Sabbatical Leave will be held Sept. 8 from 12:10 to 12:50 p.m. as a brown bag lunch session in the Badger Room of Davies Center.
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Research Workshop to discuss the following programs: Faculty/Student Research Collaboration, Student Travel for the Presentation of Research Results and Small Research Grants will be held Sept. 11 from 12:10 to 12:50 p.m. as a brown bag lunch session in the Badger Room of Davies Center.

Program Deadlines:
    The Academic Staff Professional Development Program deadline for the first competition for submitting proposals is Sept. 1.
   
Faculty/Student Research Collaboration Grants deadline is Sept. 15.
    The
Faculty Sabbatical Leave Program deadline is Oct. 1.
    The Guest Lecturers, Artists and Other Professionals Program and the Workshops and Special Projects Travel Program deadline is the first working day of the month. Go to top of page

Allied Health Professions
Dale B. Taylor has been notified that his book "Biomedical Foundations of Music as Therapy" has earned the Best Seller designation for 2003-04 by West Music, the nation's leading retailer of music therapy products. Go to top of page

Chemistry
Stephen Drucker had his manuscript titled "The Lowest n,p* Triplet State of 2-Cyclopenten-1-one: Cavity Ringdown Absorption Spectrum and Ring-Bending Potential Energy Function" accepted for publication in The Journal of Physical Chemistry A. The manuscript was co-authored by Nathan Pillsbury, a May 2003 UW-Eau Claire chemistry graduate; Jaebum Choo, Hanyang University, South Korea; and Jaan Laane, Texas A&M University. Drucker also co-authored a manuscript titled "Density Functional Calculations, Structure and Vibrational Frequencies of 2-Cyclopenten-1-one in its S0, S1(n,p*), T1(n,p*) and T2(p,p*) States," which was accepted for publication in the same journal. Other co-authors were Sunghwan Kim, Hanyang University, South Korea; Choo and Laane. Go to top of page

Communication and Journalism
David Gordon (emeritus) presented an overview of the American mass media system to the incoming class of fellows of the World Press Institute at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn. in July. Jerry Conner (emeritus) gave a presentation on First Amendment law issues the same day. Gordon co-authored a paper with John Michael Kittross titled "The Academy and Cyberspace Ethics," which was presented at the convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in July in Kansas City, Mo.

Daniel J. Perkins had an article titled “Accepted/Rejected Narratives: Reporting Majority and Minority Values” reprinted in the anthology "Diversity or Anarchy?" edited by Sue Ralph et al., University of Manchester, United Kingdom, and published by the University of Luton Press, United Kingdom. Go to top of page

Counseling Services
Richard Boyum's article "Characteristics of Healthy Relationships in Healthy Organizations" recently was added to the University of Chicago Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection. Go to top of page

English
Erna Kelly presented a paper titled "Playing with Religion: Convents, Cloisters, Martyrdom and Vows" at the Fifth International Biennial Conference of the Margaret Cavendish Society July 18 in Chester, England. The paper focused on Margaret Cavendish's use of religion in dramatic writing. Go to top of page

Foundations of Education
Cynthia Gray-Mash's documentary film “Termespheres: Total Worlds,” shown at the fifth annual da Vinci Film and Video Festival in Corvallis, Ore., won the festival's da Vinci Spirit Award. The film festival was held July 18-20 in conjunction with the city’s da Vinci Days festival, which celebrates Leonardo da Vinci and the marriage of art and science. UW-Eau Claire student Jeff Shurtleff served as assistant editor and technical consultant for the film. Gray-Mash also was co-producer of a recently completed documentary on early childhood intervention titled "Earning the Right, Part I: The Story of the INREAL Model." The film was produced in collaboration with the University of Colorado-Boulder and Landlocked Films and was funded by Pauline Price Intitiatives. On July 16 Gray-Mash facilitated a workshop for a group of UW-Stout administrators and faculty to assist their planning for laptop computer assessment. Go to top of page


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University Bulletin • Vol. 51, No. 1 • First Week • Fall Semester • Aug. 25, 2003

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Liz Wolf Green, Editor, UW-Eau Claire News Bureau, Schofield 201, (715) 836-4741
Diane Walkoff, Editorial Assistant.
Updated: August 21, 2003

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