Women's Studies Capstone Colloquium set for
The UW-Eau Claire community is invited to celebrate the accomplishments of Women’s Studies student scholars Abby Barnes, Jeni Haddad, Alison Harder, Brian Kroening, Samantha Langan, Angie Neil and Jessica Wiens during a Women's Studies Capstone Colloquium Dec. 10 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Hibbard Penthouse.
Faculty invited to join Breakfast with a Professor program
The University Honors Program is planning the spring 2009 schedule for its Breakfast with a Professor program. The breakfasts, usually held Tuesday mornings at 7 a.m., involve a faculty member leading a discussion over breakfast with Honors Program students. If you are interested in presenting a topic for the program, contact Paul Hoff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 836-3621 by Dec. 10.
Joel Pace's article "Queer Tales?: Sexuality, Race, and Architecture in H.P. Lovecraft's 'The Thing on the Doorstep'" was published in the 2008 Lovecraft Annual, pages 104-137. The contents of the Annual are selected and edited by S.T. Joshi, the world's leading authority on Lovecraft.
Manuel Fernández presented “F*CK THA NUEVA TROVA!: Cuban Hip Hop, Youth Culture, and Its Use for Teaching Cuba Now” at the 50th Annual Midwest Modern Language Association Conference Nov. 13-16 in Minneapolis, Minn.
Music and Theatre Arts
Dale Taylor (emeritus) has been notified that his chapter titled “The Biomedical Theory of Music Therapy” has been published by the American Music Therapy Association in the 2nd edition of "Introduction to Approaches in Music Therapy," edited by A.A. Darrow.
Condolences to Laurel Sinz, McIntyre Library, whose mother, Genevieve Reber, died Nov. 25 in Rice Lake. Reber was a staff member in McIntyre Library from 1967 until her retirement in 1986. Full obituary.