If members of the media have interviewed you, e-mail Julie Poquette at firstname.lastname@example.org, so she may share the news with University Bulletin readers. Following are examples of UW-Eau Claire people and programs that recently appeared in the media.
NOTE: Some newspapers, including the Leader-Telegram, require free registration.
Rebecca Schiltz, Center for Awareness of Sexual Assault; Amanda Krier, director of Towers Hall North; and student Katya Alcaraz were quoted in the Sept. 3 Leader-Telegram article "University works with students to help prevent sexual assaults."
Erica Benson, English, was interviewed for the recent Associated Press article "Speech differences in Wisconsin being studied."
UW-Eau Claire freshman and National Merit Scholar Paul Brandt was featured in the Sept. 3 Leader-Telegram article "Fantastic freshmen: North grad one of six National Merit Scholars entering UW-EC." Also quoted in the article was Gretchen Switalski, admissions, and freshmen National Merit Scholars Robert Hagen, Janelle Gergen, Ian MacMillen, Astri Mikkelson and Joshua Zamzow also were mentioned.
Todd Glaser, UW-Eau Claire head football coach, was featured in the Sept. 2 Leader-Telegram article "Glaser excited about UWEC coaching debut."
Chancellor Brian Levin-Stankevich was quoted in the Aug. 31 Wisconsin Technology Network article "Wisconsin colleges secure funding for nanotechnology." Also mentioned in the article were Doug Dunham, physics and astronomy, and Marcus McEllistrem, chemistry. Levin-Stankevich also was interviewed for the related Aug. 31 Leader-Telegram article "Grant will help keep nanotech students here," and the nanotechnology program was the subject of the Aug. 31 WEAU-TV story "Nanotechnology."
Phil Huelsbeck, Center for International Education, and UW-Eau Claire international students Zhou Jie and Yaron Fireizen were quoted in the Aug. 31 Leader-Telegram article "Global learning: International students assisted by UW-EC peers." International student Hou Huixin also was mentioned in the article.
UW-Eau Claire's participation in the Midwest Student Exchange Program was mentioned in the Aug. 31 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article "Tuition breaks go unadvertised: State students can save thousands at out-of-state universities."
Chuck Major, Housing and Residence Life, and students Aimee Meunier and Indira Nugroho were quoted in the Aug. 31 Leader-Telegram article about freshmen move-in day, "Unpack, plug in: Freshmen load dorms with electronic gadgets." Move-in day also was mentioned in the Aug. 31 WEAU-TV story "A whole lot of debt for college students."
Justin Patchin, political science, was quoted in the September 2006 District Administration article "Bullies in Cyberspace — Administrators may be reluctant to address this latest social problem — yet they may have no choice."
Chancellor Brian Levin-Stankevich was interviewed on WEAU-TV's News Center 13 Today Aug. 30. The interview can be viewed online by following the video links on the News Center 13 Today Web site.
Lance Dalleck, kinesiology, and UW-Eau Claire student Erica Borresen were interviewed on WEAU-TV's News Center 13 Today Aug. 28 about the community fitness studies they conduct at UW-Eau Claire. The interview can be viewed online by following the video links on the News Center 13 Today Web site.
UW-Eau Claire alumnus Kelly Heyer, who died Aug. 27 as a result of a Comair plane crash in Kentucky, was featured in the following: Aug. 28 Leader-Telegram articles "UW-Eau Claire grad dies in plane crash" and "UW-EC grad mourned — Flight attendant killed in Kentucky crash"; and Aug. 28 nky.com article "Local man died in Comair crash."
Laura Chellman, Student Health Service, was quoted in the Aug. 26 Leader-Telegram article "FDA's Plan B decision receives mixed review from local groups." She also was interviewed on WEAU-TV's News Center 13 Today Aug. 25 about health issues pertinent to college students. The interview can be viewed online by following the video links on the News Center 13 Today Web site.
University Bulletin • Vol. 54 , No. 3 • Third Week • Fall Semester • Sept. 5, 2006