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.
• Art & Design:
Four positions as assistant professor — one in ceramics, one in
art education, one in illustration and one in graphic design —
• Curriculum and Instruction:
Two positions as assistant professor — 836-4213.
• Sociology: Assistant
professor in sex and gender — 836-2720.
orientation advisers sought
Faculty and teaching academic staff members are invited to apply to
become 2004 summer orientation advisers. The positions are 37½
percent summer positions.
Training sessions will be held June 14 and 15, 2004.
Fifteen one-day sessions will be held during the first four weeks of
the eight-week summer session, June 16-July 8, 2004. In addition, advisers
will be involved in one-day orientation programs for new students Aug.
23, 2004, and in January 2005.
Individuals selected for these positions must be
current members of the faculty or teaching academic staff who have a
commitment to advising, a “track-record” of good advising,
and a real interest in working with first-year students. Preference
will be given to people who have assigned advisees within their departments
and will continue to have advisees during the next year.
Applications are due Monday, Dec.
1. Applications and more information can be obtained by calling
836-5053 or by sending e-mail to Sarah
Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
meeting for Spain trip announced
Roma Hoff (emerita), foreign languages, is planning to lead a group
trip to Spain March 19-28, 2004, or March 19-April 4, 2004. Those interested
are invited to an informational meeting at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov.
29, at Hoff's home, 335 Bartlett Court,
Eau Claire. Call Hoff at (715) 832-8518 if you plan to attend.
Park stairs to be repaired
The Putnam Park stairs will be closed Saturday, Dec.
6, and Sunday Dec. 7, while
contractors complete repair work. For more information, contact Ted
Short at email@example.com or 836-2518.
McIntyre Library exhibits on display
National American Indian Heritage Month @
Help commemorate National American Indian Heritage Month at McIntyre
Library. The large display case in the library's Grand Corridor contains
information and artifacts on various Native American tribes. Facts about
how the national month became a public law also are included.
Children's Book Week Celebrates
National American Indian Heritage Month
During the 84th observance of the Children's Book Council's Children's
Book Week, Nov. 17-23, an exhibit highlighting several award-winning
Native American children's book authors will be featured in the small
display case in the library's Grand Corridor. Children's books about
Native American people and culture also will be included. More information
about the library
exhibits can be found online.
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.
social workers and counselors to be offered
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education will sponsor two programs for social
workers, counselors and human service professionals on Wednesday, Dec.
3. The programs will deal with the emergence of the Health Insurance
Portability and Accountability Act, including The Privacy Standards
and other requirement standards that will affect ethical and client
boundary issues for all human service professionals. Full