Library to offer extended hours and free
McIntyre Library will be open 24 hours the week
before and of finals again this semester.
The library will be open:
• From 7 a.m.
Monday, May 5, to midnight Friday, May 9.
• From 7:30 a.m.
to 11:59 p.m. Saturday, May 10.
• From 7:30 a.m. Sunday, May 11, to 7
p.m. Friday, May 16.
The library will be closed Saturday and Sunday, May
17 and 18.
Free coffee, sponsored by Sodexho and McIntyre Library,
will be available to students studying in the library from 10 p.m. to
6 a.m. Sunday through Thursday nights, May 11-15. For more information,
contact Kati Tvaruzka, at email@example.com
or 836-4522, or call the library's reference desk at 836-3858.
parking permit applications due May 9
for 2006-07 Guaranteed Faculty/Staff (GF) parking permits have been
distributed to all UW-Eau Claire employees through campus mail. Employees
who currently have GF permits must submit new applications.
If you need an application or have questions
about the application process, contact Dorothy Nelson, Business and
Student Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 836-5182. The application deadline is Friday, May
for end-of-semester stress
number of campus resources are available to assist UW-Eau Claire students
throughout the year. However, during final exam week, students may find
the following departments to be especially helpful:
for Students with Disabilities
Development and Diversity
Student Health Service
A complete list of campus support
services is available online.
Undergraduate catalogues for
Distribution of the 2008-09 undergraduate catalogues
to faculty, academic staff and administrative offices began the week
of April 28. If you did not receive a catalogue and would like one,
contact Pamela Scheible at email@example.com
Remember power-saving computer
help reduce costly electrical bills, the Physical Plant Planning Committee
of the University Senate, Facilities Planning and Management, and Learning
and Technology Services urges university employees to:
- Turn computer monitors and printers off at night.
Do not turn off CPUs/towers. LTS has been remotely turning them to
"stand by" mode via Microsoft's Systems Management Server.
Leaving CPUs/towers in "stand by" mode uses very little
energy. In "stand by" mode computers can be "woken
up" remotely — for LTS to scan for viruses or for users
to control computers remotely. Also, "stand by" mode allows
for quick startup for returning users.
- For weekends and short vacations, turn off monitors
and printers, and shut down CPUs.
- For extended absences, continue turning off
monitors and printers and shutting down CPUs. Be aware that for the
first hour after computers are turned back on, they will be slow as
some automatic system updating is performed.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
or 836-2636 within 15 days of this notice in the University Bulletin.
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.
Notice of Meetings
The Notice of Meetings 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.