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.
Johnson Memorial Lecture set for Dec. 3
The university community is invited to the 2003
Jerry Johnson Memorial Lecture Dec. 3 at 2 p.m. in Davies Theatre.
Robert Haveman, professor emeritus of economics
and public affairs and a research associate at the Institute for Research
on Poverty at the Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs at
UW-Madison, will present "Does Education Matter?: Missing Pieces
in the 'Value of Schooling' Debate."
A reception will be held from 3 to 3:45 p.m.
in the Tamarack Room of Davies Center. The presentation is sponsored
by the department of Economics and the UW-Eau Claire Foundation.
to participate in review of Facilities Planning and Management
A review of the Facilities Planning and
Management unit will be conducted Dec.
1-2 by a committee made up of the following
members: Thomas Dock, College of Business, chair; Mitchell Kilcrease,
University Centers and Programs; Robert Rose, McIntyre Library; and
Ted Hendzel, physical plant, UW-Stout. Open
sessions to gather feedback will be held in Davies Center. If you would
like to participate in a group session, contact Dorothy
Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-5182. You also may contact any
of the committee members to share comments or suggestions about Facilities
Planning and Management.
for organization and organization adviser awards due Dec. 1
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. 19, 2004.
The deadline for organization and organization
adviser nominations is Dec. 1.
and nomination forms are available online.
Seminar on maximizing workplace performance
to be offered
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education/UW-Extension
will present “Maximizing Performance,” a two-day seminar
designed for managers who have completed basic management training.
The seminar focuses on creating work environments that promote exceptional
performance. The seminar will be offered in Eau Claire Dec. 3-4 and
April 29-30, 2004, at Sweetwaters Restaurant. Full
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 email@example.com.
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.