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Eight Faculty Members|
MAILED: Jan. 8, 1999|
Eight University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire faculty members have been awarded sabbatical leaves during the 1999-2000 academic year.
Dr. Steve Baumgardner, professor of psychology, will spend the spring 2000 semester working on a project titled "College and Jobs in a Postmodern World."
Dr. James Brummer, professor of philosophy and religious studies, was awarded a sabbatical for the 1999-2000 academic year. He will spend the academic year working on a sabbatical project titled "Residual Obligations."
Dr. Robert Erffmeyer, associate professor of management and marketing, will use the spring 2000 semester on a project titled "Needs Assessment, Implementation and Evaluation Practices of Sales Training Programs: A Longitudinal Study of a Nationwide Sample of Business Organizations."
Dr. Steve Gosch, professor of history, will spend the spring semester of 2000 working on a sabbatical project titled "South Asia in World History."
Dr. Charles Hanson, associate professor of English, will work on a project titled "Contemporary Travel Writing: Theory and Practice" during the spring semester of 2000.
Dr. Timothy Lane, associate professor of music, will spend the fall semester of 1999 working on a project titled "New Performance Editions of W.A. Mozart's Flute Concertos."
Dr. Joan Stehle Werner, professor of adult health nursing, will spend the 1999-2000 academic year working on a project titled "Stress, Distress, Coping, and Health/Illness Outcomes: Beginning Theory of Construction."
Dr. Cecelia Zorn, professor of nursing systems, will work on a project titled "Using the Humanities to Help Students Learn about Nursing" during the spring semester of 2000.
Janice B. Wisner
UW-Eau Claire News Bureau
Updated: Jan. 13, 1999