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Seven UW-Eau Claire Faculty Members
Awarded Sabbaticals for 1998-99
MAILED: Jan. 5, 1998|
EAU CLAIRE -- Seven University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire faculty members have been awarded sabbatical leaves during the 1998-99 academic year.
Dr. Kathryn Hoehn Anderson, an associate professor of family health nursing, will spend the 1998-99 academic year on a project titled "Advancing and Integrating Research Skills for The Chronic Illness and the Family Project.
Dr. David Baker, chair of the music and theatre arts department, was awarded a sabbatical leave for the spring semester of 1999. He will work on a project titled "Five Antiphons: A Choral Symphony."
Chemistry professor Dr. Fred King will be on sabbatical leave during the 1998-99 academic year to work on a project titled "Research in Theoretical Atomic Physics."
Dr. Daniel Perkins, a professor of communication and journalism, will take a sabbatical leave for the fall semester of 1998. He will work on a project titled "A Content Analysis Comparing Representations of Native American 'Issues' in White Owned and Native American Owned Newspapers."
Dr. Wilson Taylor, an associate professor of biology, will be on sabbatical during the fall semester of 1998. He will work on a project titled "Comprehensive Survey of the Microfossils of the Centerville Formation in Southern Ohio."
Dr. Charles Tomkovick, an associate professor of management and marketing, will be on sabbatical leave for the 1998-99 academic year. He will work on a project titled "Delineating Outstanding Undergraduate Marketing Pedagogy and Student Success Scripts: New Challenges and Opportunities for a New Era."
Mathematics professor Dr. James Walker was awarded a sabbatical leave for the 1998-99 academic year to work on a project titled "Writing a Book and Programming Computer Software on Fourier and Wavelet Analysis."
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: Jan. 5, 1998