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.
• Chemistry: Assistant or associate professor
in analytic or organic chemistry — 836-3417.
Science: Assistant professor in political science/criminal justice
for scheduling distance education announced
The WONDER consortium requires that any summer, fall or spring 2004-05
offering utilizing the WONDER technology be submitted by Dec. 1. WONDER
offerings must originate from a distance education classroom or conference
room (OL 1130). For these reasons it is necessary to implement an earlier
UW-Eau Claire deadline for receipt of summer, fall or spring 2004-05
requests for scheduling of the distance education classrooms. The deadline
is Nov. 26.
Any requests for offerings that utilize WONDER must
be submitted by that date. Although requests to use the rooms for other
delivery methods still will be accepted after that date, the room already
may be scheduled for WONDER. (Therefore, if you plan to offer a course
of any type in one of the distance education classrooms, you may wish
to submit your request before Nov. 26.)
If you have questions about scheduling a distance
education course, contact Andrea Jones
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-2424.
of Commerce announces Young Professionals program
The Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce has developed a new program
called the Young Professionals. The mission of the group, targeted toward
professionals in their 20s and 30s, is to engage and empower young professionals
through community, professional and social opportunities.
The group was developed to diminish the problem of
the “brain drain” and retain college graduates and young
professionals in the Chippewa Valley. The membership fee is $15 per
year for students. For more information or to request materials for
distribution, contact Katy
Kiley at email@example.com or (715) 834-1204.
for Student Leadership Awards due this week
UW-Eau Claire takes pride in developing the leaders of tomorrow.
The recognition of outstanding student leaders and outstanding student
organizations reinforces the values of the university and fosters leadership
development. With the cooperation and support of the UW-Eau Claire Foundation
and the UW-Eau Claire Alumni Association, awards again will be presented
at the campus-wide Student Leadership Recognition Awards Ceremony Feb.
The deadline for student nominations is Nov.
14. More information
and nomination forms are available online.
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.
Science, Liberal Arts (Code 175-400)
57 of the 2003-04 University Catalogue
Delete CPSC 250, Computational Science I and CPSC 494, Computational
Science Practicum from the list of core courses.
Add CS 163, Introduction to Programming in C++ and Math 351, Numerical
Analysis I to the list of core courses.
Change program prerequisite from Math 114 to Math 215.
Remove CS 163, Introduction to C++ and Math 351, Numerical Analysis
I from the elective list.
Add CPSC 494 to the elective list.
Store public sales rescheduled
With holidays falling near the scheduled November and December public
sales, the Nov. 28 and Dec. 26 sales have been canceled. In their place,
a public sale will be held Friday, Dec. 12,
from 8:30 a.m. to noon in the Campus School basement. More information
about the Surplus
Store can be found online.
Continuing Education/UW Extension
to offer programs on depression and post-traumatic stress disorder
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education and UW Extension
will present two programs taught by Dr. William Bradshaw, an internationally
acclaimed speaker and expert in the treatment of major mental disorders.
“Innovative and Effective Treatment
Approaches for Depression” will be held Monday, Nov.
17, at the Stoney Creek Inn-Northwoods
Conference Center in Mosinee. “Innovative and Effective Treatment
Approaches for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder” will be held Tuesday,
at the same location. Both programs are designed for social workers,
marriage and family therapists, mental health therapists and clinicians,
clergy, and nurses caring for patients with mental health concerns.