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.
Program changes in College
of Arts and Sciences
In accordance with university policy, notification
is given of approved changes in the following programs in the College
of Arts and Sciences.
Comprehensive Major: Computer Science,
Liberal Arts Geographic Information Systems/Remote Sensing Emphasis
Page 85 of the 2003-04 Catalogue.
4 is changed so that Biol 103 is replaced with Biol 195.
Item 6 is changed to read: Capstone experience and electives, selected
from one of the following:
a. CS 485 (capstone experience) and three credits of electives chosen
from Computer Science courses numbered 330 or above and not already
included in the Computer Science core (6 crs).
b. CS 482, CS 492 (capstone experience) (6 crs).
Major: History, Liberal Arts (Code
Page 112 of the 2003-04 Catalogue.
Eliminate Engl 201 from the additional requirements.
Major: Mathematics, Liberal Arts Actuarial
Emphasis (Code 180-206)
Page 117 of the 2003-04 Catalogue.
This Emphasis requires Math 346, 347, 350 and at least two credits from
Differential tuition program
The deadline for submitting differential
tuition funding proposals for the 2004-05 academic year
to deans, assistant vice chancellors and associate vice chancellors
for their review is Oct. 7.
More information can be found on the Academic
Affairs Web site.
Letter from Custodial Services
As many of you were enjoying some well deserved
time away from campus, we were here preparing for the fall semester.
Additionally, we were figuring out how to maintain the high standard
of cleanliness expected at UW-Eau Claire with three fewer positions
— a result of state budget cuts.
I assure you that we still will be able to support
UW-Eau Claire’s academic mission by providing a clean, comfortable
learning environment. However, it will be more difficult. All of you
can help by supporting the practice of no
food or drink, except water, in the classrooms, labs and library.
Also, please remind students to use the
recycling/trash bins in the hallways.
After reviewing the cleaning needs and associated
activities that make up our mission, we determined that the campus would
be best served by taking a position out of McPhee, Hibbard and McIntyre
Library. This will impact all buildings, because we will need to send
floaters to these buildings more often to cover for crew members who
are sick or on vacation.
Here is the cleaning you can expect from custodial
Public places — entrances, halls, restrooms, classrooms and labs
are cleaned five days per week. Department and administrative offices
are cleaned five days per week. Faculty and other single occupant offices
are scheduled to be cleaned once per week.
Custodial Services is available to respond to emergencies and other
concerns. We can be reached at 836-5817 (office) at 271-0857 (cell phone).
Wellness classes to be offered
University Recreation offers a wide variety of
workshops and non-credit classes that relate primarily to health, fitness
and nutrition. The program offerings are available to UW-Eau Claire
faculty, staff and students for a nominal registration fee. Every effort
is made to ensure that these courses and workshops meet the current
interests of participants and are taught by qualified instructors. Class
descriptions and registration information can be viewed online.
Tickets available for annual
art trip to Chicago
The art & design department's annual trip
to Chicago is planned for Oct. 23-26.
The trip will include visits to museums in Chicago and Milwaukee. Tickets,
available at the Service Center until Oct.
6, are $150 and include three nights at
the Cass hotel in downtown Chicago (double rooms), round trip coach
and group entry into the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art and the
Milwaukee Art Museum.
An informational meeting about the trip will be held
Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. in Room 105 of
the Haas Fine Arts Center. For more information,
contact Bobby Pitts at email@example.com
or 836-3277. Full
workshop for students set for Oct. 7
A free one-hour workshop for student assistants
in basic office and telephone etiquette will be held Oct.
7 from 11 a.m. to noon, with a repeat
session from 1 to 2 p.m. the same day in the Ojibwa Room of Davies Center.
Topics will include greeting visitors effectively, answering the telephone
properly, transferring phone calls, taking phone messages appropriately
and portraying a professional image. For more information or to register,
contact Barbara Bowers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The registration deadline is Sept.
Leaders seminar for students
to be offered
The Established and Emerging Leaders Seminar,
running Oct. 2 through Dec. 11 at UW-Eau Claire, is a four-part series
focused on basic leadership skill development. The series provides resources
to help students grow as individuals and as group members, offers a
solid theoretic foundation and practical application to leadership,
and enables students to become more confident and marketable.
Enrollment is open to all UW-Eau Claire students and
is limited to 25 people. Applications are available at the Student Organizations
Complex, Davies Center 132, and should be returned no later than Sept.