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.
Arts and Sciences Search and Screen Committee named
Provost Ronald Satz has announced that the full membership of the Search
and Screen Committee for the UW-Eau Claire Dean of Arts and Sciences
has been finalized.
Lisa Theo, lecturer, geography and anthropology
Robert Eierman, professor, chemistry
Douglas Faulkner, assistant professor, geography and anthropology
Robert Hooper, professor and department chair, geology
Susan Turell, professor, psychology; coordinator, Women’s Studies
Martin Wood, professor and department chair, English
Student Senate Appointees:
Mark Clark, Dean of the College of Professional Studies and University
Dean of Graduate Studies
Fredrick Kolb, professor of economics and University Senate member
Caitlin Mai Chong Lee, program assistant, Affirmative Action
continues annual gift project
For the past 13 years Women in Higher Education has sponsored the Holiday
Gift Program, a gift giving project for low-income, nontraditional-age
and traditional-age students and their families. Last year's project
reached 148 children, representing 49 families.
WHE recently sent a mailing to nontraditional-age
students inviting them to place their names on a gift "wish"
list. The project also is open to traditional-age students who are parents,
but since it's difficult to identify those among that group who may
be interested in participating, your assistance in forwarding their
names would be appreciated.
Students who respond are asked to provide the ages
of their children and their choice of gifts (a toy, article of clothing,
etc.) up to $15 per person.
If you would like to participate in the WHE Gift Giving
project, or if you know of any students needing assistance this holiday
season, contact Patti See at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 836-4826 by Nov. 14.
During the following week, you will be sent instructions
for providing a gift for a student's child.
Those participating are asked to bring their wrapped
packages to a designated area in McIntyre Library by Dec.
Education to present literacy conference
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education and UW-Extension
will present “Connecting for Success: The GED/HSED and Adult Literacy
Family” Nov.12-14 at the Howard Johnson Antiqua Bay Hotel and
Conference Center in Wisconsin Dells.
The conference is designed for GED examiners and administrators,
GED/HSED teachers, disability specialists and others who work or volunteer
in family literacy, ESL, ABE instruction, inmate education or community
based organizations. Full