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March 2011 News Releases

UW-Eau Claire News Bureau

March 31, 2011

UW-Eau Claire students studying in Japan being evacuated

Summer programs to be offered for educators, speech-language pathologists and those interested in learning sign language

Local bands to perform April 8

Contest Pow-Wow to draw performers from across the nation April 16

'Fantastic Mr. Fox' to open with Faculty Film Night

March 30, 2011

Start times change for April 3 lower-campus power outage

Russian Fulbright Scholar to speak on linguistics March 31

Formerly exiled professor emeritus exhibits artwork in homeland

Sexual Assault Awareness Month to be observed with April activities

Theatre for Young Audiences to present 'The Falcon' April 2-3

March 28, 2011

New UW-Eau Claire student center to bear familiar name

Musical events for the week of April 3

April 3 power outage to affect lower campus, McPhee/Olson Addition

Progressive Film Festival set for April 1-10

Students invited to take English 110 survey to help reshape curriculum

Symposium on East Europe slated for April 8-9

Fifth-Grade Tour Day program seeks student mentors

Premiere of Aldo Leopold documentary to screen April 19

Advice for incoming freshman sought by orientation committee

Readers sought for International Poetry Reading

March 24, 2011

PRIDE program receives grant from Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation

ROTC cadets receive achievement awards

Juried student art show to open April 7 in Foster Gallery

Registration now open for summer session classes

Arab World Lecture to be held April 11

March 23, 2011

Progressive Film Festival set for April 1-10

March 22, 2011

Musical events for the week of March 27

Debra Barker to receive Outstanding Woman of Color in Education Award

Professional development seminar to feature 'Freedom Writer'

Calliope Flute and Piano Duo on campus April 5

MBA student named semifinalist in leadership development program

Musicians invited to audition for Springfest by April 4

Registration opens for April 21 land ethic workshop

Teaching percussion to be focus of summer program for educators

Summer percussion camp for high school students to run June 13-17

March 21, 2011

Alumnus, accomplished bassist establishes scholarship in father's memory,
plans April 29 performance with University Symphony Orchestra

Art faculty member to exhibit works at Mabel Tainter through April 29

Concert Dance Company to present 'Danceworks' March 31-April 2

March 18, 2011

First Fridays to feature tuba program

Online "Teaching Adult Learners" program to begin May 23

Supervisory management workshops to be offered in March and April

March 17, 2011

Tip Sheet for spring break 2011

Parents establish scholarship in memory of 2010 social work graduate

Groundbreaking ceremony for new student center set for March 28

Chancellor's Roundtable set for March 30

Julie Poquette named News Bureau director

See and Taylor's 'Higher Learning' third edition released

'Freedom Writer' to speak about hope and inspire teachers, students

Community and alumni volunteers needed for fifth-grade tour day in April

Swimming and diving team to offer lessons for all ages, abilities

Chinese film 'Red Light Revolution' to screen

Pier-installation process to begin on student center construction project

March 16, 2011

Student newspaper revamps website

Fly fishing workshop set for April 4

March 15, 2011

Lessons about energy for kids set for March 23

March 14, 2011

Tip Sheet for the week of March 14, 2011

Artists Series concludes with TU Dance

'Let's Do Lunch!' presentation to address collective bargaining

Foster Gallery seeks submissions for upcoming juried student art show

March 11, 2011

UW-Eau Claire alumna to perform with Iowa Brass Quintet

24-Hour Project to feature creative and performing artists March 12

March 10, 2011

Media Memo: Dr. Justin Patchin part of White House anti-bullying conference

Successful grant writer shares tips in new book on collaborative grant seeking

March 9, 2011

Ojibwe author and language activist to visit March 10

Musical events for the week of March 13

'Ask a Scientist' presentation to examine astrobiology

Flash fiction entries sought by April 1

March 8, 2011

Guest cello, piano recital set for March 14

Symphony Band, Wind Symphony to perform March 13

Forensics takes first place at Bloomington tournament

Dr. Jack Pladziewicz Research Scholarship encourages achievements in chemistry

March 7, 2011

Chancellor to host faculty/staff forum on state budget issues

Tip Sheet for the Week of March 7, 2011

Robert Eierman named CETL director

Art & design students gain 24-hour access to Haas Fine Arts Center

High school mathematics meet results announced

EOC to offer career information sessions to Black River Falls area residents

EOC to offer career information sessions to Independence area residents

March 4, 2011

Sororities to celebrate International Badge Day March 7

Piano duo to perform March 8 in Gantner Concert Hall

Accounting students to provide free income tax assistance

University to offer free foreign language classes for elementary students

March 3, 2011

Icelandic-American pianist to perform March 7

'Celebration of Choral Music' concert to feature guest artist March 11

March 2, 2011

Bridge Summit brings together campus, community to address alcohol issues

Foundation launches brick campaign to support new Children's Center

March 1, 2011

Musical events for the week of March 6

EOC to offer career information sessions to Chippewa Falls area residents

'Be a Hero' Week set for Feb. 28-March 7

24-Day Video Project set for March 6

Viennese Ball gown sale set for March 15, 16

Financial management series to be offered

Registration opens for summer youth programs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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