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Jacqueline Bonneville named assistant dean of students

RELEASED: Oct. 22, 2010

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Jacqueline Bonneville

EAU CLAIRE — Jacqueline Bonneville has been named the assistant dean of students at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

Bonneville, who has served as coordinator for new student orientation at UW-Eau Claire since 2003, will begin her new duties Nov. 1. She will report to Brian Carlisle, dean of students. She also will work closely with Dr. Beth Hellwig, vice chancellor of student affairs.

"It has been a privilege and an honor to coordinate UW-Eau Claire's orientation program and advise hundreds of undeclared students the past eight years," Bonneville said. "I am so grateful for the opportunity to join the Dean of Students office and assist with the important work they do for our campus."

In addition to her work with new student orientation, Bonneville has served as the university's National Student Exchange coordinator since 2008. She was an assistant to the dean in the Dean of Students office from January-May 2009, and was an acting associate dean for several months in 2007.

"I am delighted that Jacqueline will be joining our team as a permanent member," Hellwig said. "Jacqueline is the kind of colleague who works incredibly hard, loves students and who is very inventive. She is a collaborator and I know will be a great asset to our staff."

In her various positions on campus, Bonneville worked closely with students, faculty and staff and others across campus. Her knowledge of the university's people and programs will serve her well in her new position, Carlisle said.

"Jacqueline will bring significant experience to the assistant dean position, and her enthusiasm and camaraderie will be a wonderful addition to our office," Carlisle said. "There were many excellent candidates, but Jacqueline's experience, professionalism, personality and commitment to our students make her a perfect fit for this position."

In her new position, Bonneville will work closely with the associate dean and dean of students on care and concern issues and student conduct issues, Carlisle said. She also will continue to coordinate the National Student Exchange program.

In addition, Bonneville will serve in a highly visible advocacy capacity for the LGBT community, Carlisle said.

Bonneville holds an education specialist degree from UW-Stout, a master's degree from UW-Whitewater and a bachelor's degree from the University of Minnesota Duluth.

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