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.
Music and Theatre Arts:
Assistant professor, piano — 836-4954.
Two positions — one as assistant professor in educational psychology;
and one as assistant/associate/full professor in school psychology —
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.
Minor: Women's Studies, Liberal Arts (Code
From: Page 61 of the 2003-04 University
To: In addition to the courses already
required for the Women's Studies Minor, add WMNS 311 Discussion Supplement
to WMNS 301-Examining Women's Studies (1 cr), and:
Students must take
at least one course from Cluster A and one course from Cluster B
At least 12 of the
24 credits must be at the 300-400 level
Three credits must
be taken from the Women of Color/Global course offerings (marked with
| WMNS/ADTN 265
|| WMNS 215
|| WMNS/ENGL 347
| WMNS 431
|| *WMNS/HIST 385
|| WMNS 434
Certificate in Women's
From: Pages 61-62 of the 2003-04 University
To: In addition to the courses already
required, add WMNS 311 Discussion Supplement to WMNS 301-Examining Women's
Studies (1 cr).
Major: Religious Studies,
Liberal Arts (Code 411-201)
From: Page 134 of the 2003-04 Catalogue
To: (1) Reduce the number of credits
required from Section 1 courses from 9 to 6.
(2) Add Rels 348 to the acceptable courses for Section 1.
(3) Increase the number of credits in the Remaining Credits section
from 6-8 to 9-11.
Graduate program changes in
School of Human Sciences and Services
In accordance with university policy, notification
is given of proposed graduate changes in the following program in the
School of Human Sciences and Services. This change will be posted for
30 days. If after the 30 days there are no objections, the changes will
be in effect immediately.
From: 700 Level Elective Courses —
6 required credits.
700 Level Elective Courses — 4 required credits.
A call for student speakers
The Commencement Committee invites all students
eligible for graduation in December 2003 to apply to deliver the Reflections
at commencement ceremonies Saturday, Dec. 20.
Manuscripts will be judged on development of
a central theme; relevance to all listeners and to the commencement
occasion; originality of ideas; and appropriateness of language and
style. When read at a normal speaking
rate, the Reflections can be no longer than four minutes. Manuscripts
must be clearly typed and double-spaced. Name, address, telephone number,
e-mail address and school should be included on the cover page only.
Unless the committee has made recommendations
for change, Reflections will be given at the commencement ceremony as
written and presented to the final selection committee. Professor Judy
Sims, communication and journalism, will be available to coach speakers
prior to the ceremony.
The deadline for submission of manuscripts is
4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 10.
Manuscripts should be hand-delivered or mailed to Beverly Soll, Activities
and Programs Office, Davies 133.
The Commencement Committee will select manuscripts
to be given orally before a second screening committee. The oral competition
will take place at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Nov.
25, in Davies Theatre.
For more information, contact Soll
at email@example.com or 836-4419.
Student Exchange meetings announced
The Office of Student Development and Diversity will be holding informational
meetings about the National Student
Exchange program. NSE is a program for undergraduate exchange within
the United States and Canada. Instead of crossing oceans, NSE students
cross state, regional, provincial and cultural borders.
Please encourage students who are interested in exploring
an exchange opportunity to attend one of these meetings. The application
process, requirements and timelines will be explained. Students who
have participated in the NSE program also will be available to share
their experiences and answer questions.
NSE informational meetings
will be held during the dates and times listed below.
Oct. 28, 11 a.m. to
noon, Potawatomi Room, Davies Center.
Nov. 12, 1 to 2 p.m.,
Wisconsin Room, Davies Center.
Nov. 21, noon to 1
p.m., Wisconsin Room, Davies Center.
For more information, contact Mary
K. Ryan-Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-2003.
Education office announces extended fall hours
To further the campus mission of regional service and lifelong learning,
the UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education/UW-Extension office now has extended
fall hours. From Sept. 22 through Dec. 18, the 210 Water Street office
will be open from 7:45 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Friday
hours are 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. During the holiday break, Dec. 20 through
Jan. 4, the office will be open from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays.
Education/UW Extension to offer employee training seminar
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education/UW Extension will present
“Training Employees,” a two-day seminar designed for managers
and small business owners who conduct one-on-one, on-the-job training.
The seminar Oct. 22-23 at Sweetwaters
Restaurant in Eau Claire. Full
Recreation to offer Mall of America trip
UW-Eau Claire faculty, staff and students are invited to join University
Recreation's annual trip to the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn.,
Saturday, Nov. 8. A bus will leave
Towers Hall at 8 a.m. and return to campus around 5 p.m. The cost is
$15 per person. Those interested should register and pay in advance
at the University Recreation office in Hilltop Center. For more information,
contact Lisa Schuetz at email@example.com