Tax forms available at McIntyre
Wisconsin and Minnesota tax forms are available on the first floor of
McIntyre Library near the DVDs and music CDs. Forms are for personal
use only, as supplies are limited. The reference desk has forms that
can be duplicated for 10 cents each. Forms also may be downloaded from
the following Web sites: www.irs.ustreas.gov, www.dor.state.wi.us and www.taxes.state.mn.us.
generously to holiday fundraisers
• Over the past 15 years
Women in Higher Education has sponsored the Holiday Gift Program, which
assists low-income, nontraditional-age, and traditional-age UW-Eau Claire
students with families. This year student-parents requested a total
of 102 gifts, and the WHE program made the holidays better for 45 families.
In addition, $1,160 in cash was collected, which was converted to gift
certificates for groceries. Co-Chairs MaryEdna Hagen and Patti See thank
all faculty and staff members for their contributions.
• The Seniors' Secret Santa
fundraiser to purchase grocery debit cards for seniors in need, sponsored
by the student organization Career Services Charitable Outreach, raised
a total of $2,437.81. Included in that total was $667.81 raised through
the Schofield Penny War. Congratulations go to (1) the Business Office
for the best contribution ratio (they will receive a welcome back potluck
early this semester); (2) the Chancellor’s Office for raising
the most money, $199.26 (with help from those who contributed silver/dollars
to their jar); and (3) Strategic Planning, which is being recognized
as most in the RED. Mega Pick 'n Save matched all Seniors' Secret Santa
funds raised. Career Services Charitable Outreach thanks all who made
donations to this effort.
• The McIntyre Library's
annual holiday fundraiser for the Hmong Mutual Assistance Association
raised a total of $485. Individual contributions from library staff and
others in the campus community enabled the HMAA to purchase more than
900 pounds of rice. In a letter of thanks, HMAA Interim Executive Director
Yong Kay Moua wrote, "Your donation comes at a critical time when
we especially need to help families with unanticipated food emergencies
over the winter season. Due to increases in home heating and utility costs,
an increasing number of families are registering with our agency to receive
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.
Affairs: Associate vice chancellor for
academic affairs and dean of graduate studies — 836-2387.
Science Center/Physics and Astronomy:
Professional academic staff position as analytical scientist/electron
microscopist — 836-5312.
and Theatre Arts: Assistant professor
of piano — 836-4936.
and Astronomy/Materials Science Center:
Assistant professor — 836-5312.
Your Benefit' newsletter available online
The Wisconsin Department
of Employee Trust Funds newsletter, "It's
Your Benefit," is available online. The newsletter is published
in January, May and September.
Business travel updates
The following changes, effective Dec. 1, 2007,
apply to nonrepresented and represented employees unless specifically
superseded by the employee's collective bargaining agreement. The only
significant change is increased mileage
reimbursement rates. More
information about mileage, meal and lodging reimbursement rates
is available online.
For additional information, contact Becky Zillmer
at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-5266
or Vickie Gardner at email@example.com
Steam and electrical outage
The spring 2008 steam outage will occur from 6 p.m. Saturday, May 17, through 4
p.m. Tuesday, May 27. The outage will
result in the following:
• No air conditioning in Hilltop Center.
• No potable hot water except in Chancellors,
Thomas and Murray Halls, all hall directors' apartments, Zorn Arena,
Brewer Hall, Human Sciences and Services, McIntyre Library, Nursing,
Crest Commons and Haas Fine Arts Center (isolated areas).
The summer 2008 planned electrical outage will occur
Saturday, June 7. As a result of the
outage, McIntyre Library, Putnam Hall and Thomas Hall will be without
electrical power for a portion of the day. Also, since the central chiller
is in McIntyre Library, the following buildings will be without air
conditioning June 7: Schofield Hall, Hibbard Hall, Schneider Hall, Phillips
Halls, McIntyre Library and Davies Center.
The annual utility outages allow for preventive maintenance
and repairs that help prevent outages due to breakdowns. An additional
notice about the 2008 maintenance periods will be sent by e-mail in
late April or early May. For more information, contact Terry Classen,
Facilities Planning and Management, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposed changes in College
of Education and Human Sciences
Following are proposed program changes in the
College of Education and Human Sciences, which were approved by the
College of Education and Human Sciences Academic Curriculum Committee. If you have questions or concerns, contact
Jeff Lindauer at email@example.com
or 836-2636 within 15 days of this notice in the University Bulletin.
Proposed changes in College
of Arts and Sciences
Following are proposed program changes in the College
of Arts and Sciences. If you have questions or concerns, contact Joel
Pace at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-3998
within 15 days of this notice in the University Bulletin.
Pre-Pharmacy Program (Code
From: Page 56 of the 2007-08 University Catalogue
To: Replace recommended coursework with: A freshman program should
include Chem 115 (or 103 and 104); Math 114; Biol 110 and 111 or Biol
214 and 314; Engl 110; and one or more of the social science courses:
Econ 103; Soc 101; or Anth/AIS 161. The minimum coursework admission
requirements could be planned in two years if the student is prepared
to start in Chem 115 and Math 114. More time should be allowed if the
student starts in a lower level math course, or takes the Chem 103/104
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 email@example.com
or 836-3152 within 30 days of this notice in the University Bulletin.
'Pink Sheet' Notice of
The Notice of Meetings (pink sheet) is
available online. Click
here to find the link to the current week's meetings. Meetings for
the following week will be posted Wednesday afternoon. If you frequently
refer to the Notice of Meetings, consider saving the Notice of Meetings
link in your Web browser's Favorites.