staff workshops and programs
The Office of Research and Sponsored
Programs announces the following program
Research Collaboration Grants deadline
is Sept. 15.
• The Faculty
Sabbatical Leave Program deadline is Oct.
Adult Health Nursing
Joan Stehle Werner
and Ruth Tanyi, who received a master's degree in nursing from UW-Eau
Claire in 2002, had their article titled "Adjustment, Spirituality
and Health in Women on Hemodialysis" published in the August issue
of Clinical Nursing Research.
recent UW-Eau Claire graduates Jill Sporrong and Chris Raebel, and Stephen
Thon of the West Central Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources had
their paper titled "Habitat Type Conservation and Restoration for
the Karner Blue Butterfly: A Case Study from Wisconsin" published
in Ecological Restoration,
Vol. 21, pages 107-115. Jodi Swanson, one of Kleintjes' current research
students, had her photo of a Karner blue butterfly published on the
journal cover. Kleintjes, recent UW-Eau
Claire graduates Anita Christensen and Lori Lyons, and William
Barnes (emeritus), had their paper
titled "Ground Beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) Inhabiting Stands
of Reed Canary Grass Phalaris Arundinacea on Islands in the Lower Chippewa
River, Wisconsin" published in Great
Lakes Entomologist, Vol. 35, pages 79-83.
recent UW-Eau Claire graduate Amy Sekorski and Heidi T. Klessig, an
Eau Claire physician, had their article titled "The Use of Intradiscal
Antibiotics for Discography: An in Vitro Study of Gentamicin, Cefazolin
and Clindamycin" published in the March issue of Spine,
Vol. 28, No. 15, pages 1735-38.
Mary C. Iribarren
had her article titled “Vocablos de tipología vasca en
el italo-romance. Otra hipótesis de contacto de lenguas”
published in the refereed journal Fontes
Linguae Vasconum studia et documenta,
May-August 2003, No. 93, pages 343-358.
had her article titled "Power of the Body in the Novella 'The Incredible
and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and of her Heartless Grandmother'
and the Film 'Eréndira'' published in the Film
and Literature Quarterly, Vol. 31.3, 2003, pages 118-123.
presented results of his summer research in Israel at the International
Conference on Archaeology, History and Technology, Sept. 7, 9 and 10
at the Maurice Greenberg Center for Judaic Studies at the University
of Hartford, Conn. The three-session conference examined the significance
of the findings of the University of Hartford’s archaeological
excavations in Israel, as well as the role that new technologies play
in the work. Full
Music and Theatre Arts
Richard Nimke directed
a summer stock production of "Annie" in June at Theatre L'Homme
Dieu in Alexandria, Minn. Theatre L'Homme Dieu is a professional summer
theatre employing students from throughout the Midwest, and professional
and equity actors, directors and designers.
Doug Dunham had is paper titled "Atomic
Structure of Si-rich 3C-SiC(001)-(3x2): A Photoelectron Diffraction
Study" published in Materials Science
Forum, Vol. 433-436, 2003. Co-authors include A. Tejeda and E.G.
Michel, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid; P. Soukiassian, Université
de Paris-Sud; J.D. Denlinger and E. Rotenberg, Lawrence Berkeley National
Laboratory; Z. Hurych, Northern Illinois University; and B. Tonner,
University of Central Florida.
Lauren Likkel presented
a poster titled "Near-Infrared Emission Lines from Compact Planetary
Nebulae: Molecular Hydrogen and Ionized Iron"at the conference
"Asymmetric Planetary Nebulae III — Winds, Structure &
the Thunderbird" July 28-Aug. 1 in Mt. Rainier, Wash. Co-authors
were recent UW-Eau Claire graduate Kevin Bartig, current student Jessica
Bruch, and H. Dinerstein and D. Lester of the University of Texas at
Ali Abootalebi's latest article,
"Civil Society and Iran's Quest for Democracy," may be viewed
online through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Iranian Studies
Group Web site.
Donald Nielsen presented a paper titled
"Myth and Science in Freudo-Marxism: Religious Themes in the Writings
of Wilhelm Reich, Erick Fromm and Herbert Marcuse" at the annual
meeting of the Association for the Sociology of Religion Aug. 15-17
in Atlanta, Ga.
Condolences to J. Kenneth Davidson Sr., sociology, whose wife, Josephine
Frazier Davidson, died Aug. 25 in Athens, Ga.