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Ten UW-Eau Claire Faculty
Granted Sabbatical Leaves
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MAILED: Dec. 30, 1999

EAU CLAIRE — Ten University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire faculty members have been granted sabbatical leaves by the UW System Board of Regents for all or part of the 2000-01 academic year.
Dr. Thao Yang, associate professor of chemistry, will be on sabbatical leave for the entire 2000-01 academic year. His sabbatical project is titled "Conformational Studies of RGD-Peptides and Atrial Natriuretic Peptide."
Dr. Audrey Bryan, associate professor of family health nursing, will be on sabbatical for the entire 2000-01 academic year. Her project is titled "Incorporating Diversity and Practice Application into Research."
Dr. Kent Syverson, associate professor of geology, will be on sabbatical leave for the fall 2000 semester. He will pursue a project titled "Publication of Glacial Geology Research."
Dr. Ivar Lunde, professor of music and theatre arts, will be on sabbatical leave during the fall 2000 semester, pursuing a project titled "Design and Color Synthesis in Art and Music: A Video in Abstract Expressions."
Dr. Janice Bogstad, an associate professor in the McIntyre Library collection development department, will be on sabbatical leave during the fall 2000 semester. Her project is titled "Literary Parallels Between Immigrant Women in the Midwest in the 19th and 20th Century."
Dr. Kenneth De Meuse, professor of management and marketing, will be on sabbatical leave during the fall semester of 2000. His sabbatical project is titled "Corporate Downsizing: Using Research to Enhance Practice."
Dr. Erna Kelly, professor of English, will be on sabbatical leave during the spring 2001 semester. She will work on a project titled "Margaret Cavendish for the Millennium: An Annotated Bibliography of Twentieth-Century Cavendish Scholarship."
Dr. Leonard Gibbs, professor of social work, will be on sabbatical leave during the spring 2001 semester. He will pursue a sabbatical project titled "Evidence-Based Practice for Social Workers."
Dr. Richard Behling, professor of philosophy and religious studies, will be on sabbatical leave during the spring 2001 semester. He will pursue a project titled "Revision of DEDUCTIVE LOGIC Text."
Dr. Judy Sims, associate professor of communication and journalism, will be on sabbatical leave during the spring 2001 semester. She will work on a project titled "Struggling Toward Pluralism: the Structure of Greek Broadcasting Since Privatization."

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Updated: Dec. 30, 1999