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Employment

Finals week information

Seminar on managing change to be offered

WHE still accepting donations for annual gift project

Dulany Inn Holiday Buffet planned

Graduate curricular changes in College of Arts and Sciences

Curricular changes in School of Education

 

Employment
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. Go to top of page

Finals week information
Finals week at UW-Eau Claire is Dec. 15-19. Test Scoring in Schofield 4 will be open from 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 15-17 and 7:45 a.m. to 7 p.m. Dec. 18-19.

The Registrar’s Office (Schofield 128) will collect grades from 7:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 15-19 and Dec. 22-23. The grade reporting deadline is 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 23. Go to top of page

Seminar on managing change to be offered
UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education/UW-Extension will present “Taking Charge of Change,” a two-day seminar designed for managers, supervisors, administrators, business owners and others who are responsible for planning or implementing change Jan 15-16, 2004, at Sweetwaters Restaurant in Eau Claire.

The seminar will focus on overcoming resistance to change and minimizing the potential trauma change may create in people and firms. Workshop instructor Ken De Meuse is a professor of management and marketing in the UW-Eau Claire College of Business and has served as a consultant to industry and government throughout the United States. His academic research and writing investigates the affects of corporate downsizing on people. Full story. Go to top of page

holiday giftWHE still accepting donations for 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.

Although students already have been matched with gift donors, cash donations for food gift certificates will be accepted through Dec. 12. If you would like to make a donation, contact Patti See at seepk@uwec.edu or 836-4826. Go to top of page

Holiday BuffetDulany Inn Holiday Buffet planned
A Holiday Buffet is planned for Thursday, Dec. 18 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Dulany Inn, Davies Center. The menu will include smoked pit ham, chicken Kiev, broccoli Divan, twice baked potatoes, cranberry wild rice, holiday mixed vegetables and complimentary holiday treats. Cost is $6.25 per person. Call 836-5261 for reservations. Go to top of page

Graduate curricular changes in College of Arts and Sciences
The following courses have been proposed as new or revised graduate course offerings or for deletion from the graduate curriculum. If you have questions or objections, contact Margaret Cassidy at cassidml@uwec.edu or 836-3152 within 30 days of publication of this notice in the University Bulletin. Further information is available from the College of Arts and Sciences office.

New Course Proposals
BIOL 625 Ecosystem Ecology, 3 crs.
BIOL 583 Statistical Analysis of Biological Data, 3 crs.
ENGL 502 Teaching Writing in the Elementary & Middle School, 3 crs.
ENGL 508 Scientific Communication for Expert Audiences, 3 crs.
ENGL 584 Studies in Theory and Criticism, 3 crs.
ENGL 621 Seminar in Linguistic Research, 3 crs.
ENGL 654 Seminar in Early British Literature, 3 crs.
GERM 558 Introduction to Translation, 2 crs.
GERM 692 German Drama in Word and Image, 3 crs.
HIST 586 Introduction to Public History, 3 crs.
HIST 686 Seminar in Public History, 3 crs.
MATH 650 Foundations of Actuarial Science, 3 crs.

Revision of Existing Courses
AIS/HIST 682 Wisconsin Indian History, 3 crs. (QUESTIONS FOR OFFERING A TRADITIONAL COURSE AS AN ON-LINE SUMMER COURSE.)
BIOL 530 Ecology, 4 crs. (CHANGE OF TITLE, CATEGORIZATION, CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES, SCHEDULED PERIODS OF INSTRUCTION, AND TOPICAL OUTLINE AND TIMETABLE.)
BIOL 538 Plant Ecology, 3 crs. (CHANGE OF CREDIT HOURS, TITLE, ENROLLMENT RESTRICTION, CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES, SCHEDULED PERIODS OF INSTRUCTION, AND TOPICAL OUTLINE AND TIMETABLE.)
BIOL 670 Neurobiology, 3 crs. (CHANGE OF CREDIT HOURS, SCHEDULED PERIODS OF INSTRUCTION, CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES, AND TOPICAL OUTLINE AND TIMETABLE.)
CJ 651 Diversity Training and Human Resource Development, 3 crs. (CHANGE OF NUMBER, TITLE, CATEGORIZATION, CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES, AND TOPICAL OUTLINE AND TIMETABLE.)
ECON 555 Economic Development, 3 crs. (CHANGE OF TITLE.)
ENGL 505 Scientific and Technical Communication, 3 crs. (CHANGE OF TITLE, ENROLLMENT RESTRICTION, CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES, SCHEDULED PERIODS OF INSTRUCTION, AND TOPICAL OUTLINE AND TIMETABLE.)
HIST 584 The Vietnam War, 3 crs. (CHANGE OF PREFIX, CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION, PREREQUISITES AND TOPICAL OUTLINE AND TIMETABLE.)
MUSI 671 Choral Music Literature and Performance Practice, 3 crs. (CHANGE OF PREREQUISITE.)
PHIL 545 Philosophy of Religion, 3 crs. (CHANGE OF PREREQUISITES.)
PSYC 546 Psychology and Social Issues, 3 crs. (CHANGE OF TITLE, CATEGORIZATION, CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION, SCHEDULED PERIODS OF INSTRUCTION, AND TOPICAL OUTLINE AND TIMETABLE.)

Deletion from Curriculum
ENGL 544 American Dialects, 3 crs.
POLS 580 Contemporary Political Issues, 1-3 crs.
POLS 584 The Vietnam War, 3 crs.
RELS 710 Religious Studies in School Curriculum, 3 crs. Go to top of page

course catalogueCurricular changes in School of Education
The following curricular changes were approved by the School of Education Academic Policies Committee.

Comprehensive Major: Art, Comprehensive Teaching (Code 020-004)
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, page 68.
To: Comprehensive Major: Art and Design Education (Code 020-xxx).

Major: Art, Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence (Code 020-204)
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, page 68.
To: Art and Design Education, Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence (Code 020-xxx).

Minor: Library Science, Teaching (Code 960-402)
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, page 188.
To: Add after sentence that ends “required for field experience.”
“If the grade requirement of C or better in field experience courses is not met, the undergraduate student may repeat the field experience course or may graduate without the recommendation for teaching endorsement. This grade requirement applies to certification only students as well.”

Master of Arts in Teaching in History
From: 2001-03 Graduate Catalogue, page. 66.
HIST 793, Current Trends in History is required.

Minor: German, Teaching (Code 280-402)
From: 2002-03 Catalogue, page 103.
Suspend the minor – minor will not appear in 2004-05 catalogue pending final decision to delete.

Master of Arts in Teaching in Mathematics
Master of Science in Teaching in Mathematics
From:
2001-03 Graduate Catalogue, pages 79-80.
Suspend the MAT and MST in Mathematics.

Comprehensive Major: Social Studies, Broadfield Teaching
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, page 56.
To: 2. a minimum of 24 credits from the following, selected from at least three disciplines other than that of the 36-credit emphasis: Econ 103*, 104, 321; Geog 111, 150, 151, 325, 379; Hist 124, 125, 201, 202, 210, Hist/AIS 240; Pols 110, 122, 301, 305; Soc 101, 142, 203, 312, Soc/Wmns 164, 202. Additional requirement: Students will take Geog 178 or Biol 180 in partial satisfaction of GE II requirements.

Major: History, Teaching (Code 380-202)
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, page 112.
To: Thirty-six semester credits, including:
I. U.S. History 201, 3 crs.
One of the following: Hist 202, 210, Hist/AIS 240, Hist/Wmns 205, 3 crs.
II. Hist 124 and 125, World History, 6 crs.
III. History electives at 300-400 level, 18 crs.
IV. History Methodology
Hist 288 – Take before any upper level history course, 2 crs.
Hist 488, 2 crs.
Hist 489, 2 crs.

Division requirements:
Teaching majors must have one course Native American History (Hist 468, Hist/AIS 240 and 482) and from at least one course from at least four of the following six categories:
1. Africa and the Middle East: Hist 132, 312, 366, 383, Hist/Wmns 385.
2. African American History: Hist 210, 444.
3. Asia: Hist 152, 374, 375, 384, 387, 388, 389.
4. Europe: Hist 101, 102, 132, 304, 306, 312, 314, 315, 324, 326, 357, 360, 362, 371, 374, 375, 379.
5. Gender or Family History: Hist 385, 394, 470, 473, 474, Hist/Wmns 205.
6. Latin America: Hist 142, 410, 411, 412.

Additional requirements: Engl 201 (not counted in the 36 credits for the History major).

Minor: History, Teaching (Code 380-402)
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, page 113.
To: Twenty-four semester credits, including:
I. Hist 124, 3 crs.
Choose from 101, 102, 125, 132, 142, 152, 3 crs.
II. Hist 201, 3 crs.
Choose from 202, 210, Hist/AIS 240, and Hist/Wmns 205, 3 crs.
III. Historical Methodology and Research, Hist 288, 2 crs.
IV. History electives at 300-400 level, 10 crs.

Minor: Language Arts, Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence (Code 930-401)
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, page 58.
To: Twenty-four semester credits, including Engl 125, 250 or 342 or 343, 302; CJ 305; CI 316. Six credits selected from Engl 120, 201, 325, 335; Lmed 306; Psyc 378; and three credits selected from Engl 344; Thea 335, 336.

Comprehensive Major: Music — Choral and General Music Teaching, Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence Emphasis (Code 060-055)
Eliminate this emphasis.

Comprehensive Major: Special Education, Learning Disabilities
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, page 191.
To: Core Requirements: C I 328; Edmt 380; Fed 385, 490, 497; Kins 361; Lmed 305; Sped 200, 205, 306, 314, 330, 331, 401, 402, 404 or 335, 431, 470 (LD Elem), 476; Sped 432 or Cdis 311.

Minor: Learning Disabilities, Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence (Code 950-468) or Early Adolescence/Adolescence (Code 950-469)
From: 2003-04 Catalogue, page 192.
To: Thirty-two semester credits including Cdis 311; Sped 200, 205, 306, 314, 330, 331, 401, 402, 404 or 335, 431. In addition, one of the two quarters of student teaching must be in Special Education at the appropriate level.

Sped 300, 400, and C I 462 are not required of students completing this minor. The minor leads to licensure in learning disabilities for Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence or Early Adolescence/Adolescence.

The learning disabilities minor is available to those students now enrolled in elementary or secondary education at UW-Eau Claire, or students who have graduated from UW-Eau Claire in elementary or secondary education within two years of the year of this catalogue.

Comprehensive Major: Special Education, Early Childhood (Code 950-095)
From:
2003-04 Catalogue, page 191.
To: Cdis 257, 301 or 378, 411, 419; C I 450; Edmt 285; Fed 385, 490, 497; Kins 274 or current Community First Aid and CPR certification; Sped 200, 205, 210 or 330 or 460, 220, 301, 306, 324, 331, 402, 425, 426, 431, 470 (ages 0-3), 470 (ages 3-6), and 472 (ages 6-8).

GE Requirements for this major will change as follows:
GE Category I:
From:
Math 203 or 245.
To:
Math 203.
GE Category II:
From:
Biol 100 and electives from at least one subcategory other than IIA.
To: Biol 100, Geog 178, and one elective.
GE Category IV:
From:
plus Musi 102 and electives to satisfy minimum credits and subcategories.
To: plus at least one GE-IVA and electives to satisfy minimum credits and subcategories. Go to top of page


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University Bulletin • Vol. 51 , No. 15 • Fifteenth Week • Fall Semester • Dec. 8, 2003

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