Following are new employment opportunities at
UW-Eau Claire. 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.
Management and Marketing: Two positions as assistant
professor in the management area — 836-4187.
Library Services: assistant professor to serve as education
reference librarian — 836-3715.
Program changes in School
of Human Sciences and Services
In accordance with university policy, notification
is given of proposed changes in the following program in the School
of Human Sciences and Services.
The B.S. degree requirements for the School
of HSS have been changed as follows regarding the GE
II Natural Sciences category to be effective
with the current 2003-04 undergraduate catalogue:
(including two laboratory science courses).
… (including one laboratory science course).
SPSS software support available
Jessica Holm recently joined the staff of the
Teaching and Learning Technology Development Center to provide SPSS
support for the campus. She is available to provide individual consultation
and customized workshops for faculty/staff groups and for students.
In order to evaluate the needs and usage levels of
faculty and staff, Holm has created a short online survey.
If you are an SPSS user, please take a few minutes to fill out the survey
and submit the results by Oct. 1.
The campus SPSS license is renewed annually and individual
copies must have the new license key entered for the software to function.
For assistance with the license key, contact the CNS
Help Desk at email@example.com or 836-5711, or Holm
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-4734.
Special student pricing for SPSS is available through
the Wisconsin Integrated Software Catalog (WISC) at UW-Madison. More
information is available
For additional SPSS assistance, contact Holm at the
e-mail address/ phone number noted above.
Services to offer groups
Counseling Services will offer the following
groups for the fall 2003 semester: Relationship
Rescue, Assertiveness Skills Group, First Offenders Alcohol Education
Groups and GLBT
Personal Growth Group. Stop by the Counseling
Services office at Old Library 2122 or call 836-5521 in advance to sign
up for a pre-registration appointment. Full
Speakers Bureau for 2003-04 introduced
The Center for International Education is pleased to introduce the 2003-04
International Speakers Bureau, a group of student speakers from around
the world. The students are excited to share their cultural knowledge
and experiences with community groups, classes, families and students.
The International Speakers Bureau is a valuable resource
which can help broaden cultural perspectives and understanding in Eau
Claire and the surrounding communities.
For more information or to request a copy of the International
Speakers Bureau booklet, contact Stephanie
Pyykola, Center for International Education, at email@example.com.
Business Services announcements
Cash handling procedures
Faculty and staff are reminded that all cash and/or checks received
on behalf of the university must be processed in a timely manner in
accordance with UW-Eau Claire cash handling procedures. Details can
be found on the Business Office's cash
handling procedures Web page.
If you have questions about the procedures, cash
handling, receipts or deposits, contact Jackie
Kriesel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-2520, or Dave
Gessner at email@example.com or 836-2517.
Use of university resources
Faculty and staff should be aware that pursuant to policies including
the Wisconsin Administrative Code, UWS 8, the Classified Employees Work
Rules and the UW-Eau Claire Policybook (section 5:16), university resources
are to be used only for official university business. This includes
office supplies, equipment, telephone calls (local, long distance, STS
and cell phones), photocopying, duplicating services and fleet vehicles.
Reimbursement to the university by individuals (including
employees and students) and organizations for the cost of materials
and services inappropriately used is not sufficient justification to
ignore this restriction. Policy
references can be found online.
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.
Academic Affairs advisory committee
The following administrative committee has a
vacancy for the 2003-04 academic year. If you are interested in serving
on this committee, contact Jim Knutson-Kolodzne,
Academic Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-2808 by Sept.
International Education Advisory Board
— one academic staff member needed.
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
Wellness classes to be offered
University Recreation will offer "Chinese
18 Postures," "Mind and Body Fitness Yoga," "Pilates"
and "Alexander Technique" classes for UW-Eau Claire faculty,
staff, students and community members throughout the fall. Full