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Thirteen UW-Eau Claire Faculty
Granted Sabbatical Leaves 

MAILED: Dec. 13, 2001

         EAU CLAIRE  Thirteen 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 2002-03 academic year.
         Dr. Helen Dale, professor of English, will be on sabbatical leave for the fall 2002 semester. She will pursue a project titled "Leaving a Trace: The Effect of English Methods Classes on Novice English Teachers."
         Dr. Richard Fletcher, professor of music and theatre arts, will be on sabbatical leave during the 2003 spring semester. His sabbatical project is titled "20th Century Chamber Music for Clarinet, Bassoon and Piano: An Annotated Bibliography and Recording for Selected Works."
         Dr. Scott Hartsel, professor of chemistry, will be on sabbatical leave for the entire 2002-03 academic year, pursing a project titled "New Methods for Studying Antifungal Antibiotics."
         Dr. Susan Haugen, professor of accounting and finance, will be on sabbatical leave during the spring 2003 semester. Her project is titled "An Investigation of the Risks, Exposures, and Organizational Impact of Cybercrime on Small Business, Governmental, and Not-for-profit Organizations."
         John Hildebrand, professor of English, will be sabbatical leave during the fall 2002 semester. He will work on a project titled "Crossing the Mountains: The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and Implications of Oil Development Within Its Borders."
         Dr. Harry Jol, associate professor of geography, will be on sabbatical leave for the entire 2002-03 academic year. His sabbatical project is titled "Interpretation and Publication of Geomorphic and Archeological Ground Penetrating Radar Research."
         Dr. Lisa LaSalle, associate professor of communication disorders, will be on sabbatical leave during the fall 2002 semester. She will work on a project titled "Flowcharts for Clinical Intervention With Preschoolers Who Stutter."
         Dr. Sue Peck, professor of adult health nursing, will be on sabbatical during the spring 2003 semester. Her project is titled "Enhancing Knowledge of Cultural Diversity and Indigenous Healing Practices."
         Dr. Michael Penkava, assistant professor of mathematics, will be on sabbatical leave for the entire 2002-03 academic year to work on a project titled "Research in Algebraic Structures."
         Dr. Jennifer Shaddock, associate professor of English, will be on sabbatical leave during the spring 2003 semester. She will pursue a project titled "Pat Barker and British Women Novelists on The Great War."
         Dr. Johannes Strohschank, associate professor of foreign languages and curriculum and instruction, will be on sabbatical leave during the fall 2002 semester. He will work on a project titled "A 19th Century History of German Immigration to Wisconsin."
         Dr. Lloyd Turtinen, professor of biology, will be on sabbatical leave during the fall 2002 semester. He will pursue a sabbatical project titled "Studies and Training in Viral and Immune Pathogenesis."
         Dr. Ingolf Vogeler, professor of geography, will be on sabbatical leave during the spring 2003 semester to work on a project titled "Critical Cultural Landscapes of North America."
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Updated: Dec. 13, 2001