In support of our mission to maintain a supportive environment for research, scholarly and creative endeavors, ORSP offers a number of events!
Faculty/Academic Staff Forum Fall 2023 Series
The Faculty/Staff Forum highlights the research and creative activity of faculty and staff at UW-Eau Claire and our partners at the Mayo Clinic. Presentations run on select Wednesdays from 12:10-12:50pm in Vicki Lord Larson Hall 1142 (CETL Lobby) and via Zoom.
September 20 (CETL Lobby, VLL 1142)
Dr. Elizabeth Radue, Physics and Astronomy
September 27 (CETL Lobby, VLL 1142)
"Institutionalizing Suffering: Examining the Relationship between U.S. Immigration law and Social Desire"
Dr. Kati Barahona-López, Sociology
October 4 (CETL Lobby, VLL 1142)
"The Relationship between Physical Literacy and Physical Activity in Individuals with a History of ACL Reconstruction"
Dr. Rachel Kleis, Kinesiology
October 11 (CETL Lobby, VLL 1142)
Dr. Pravesh Sharma, Mayo Clinic
October 25 (CETL Lobby, VLL 1142)
Dr. Longzhu Dong, Management and Leadership Programs
November 1 (CETL Lobby, 1142)
"A Tantalizing Tale of Numerical Sequences"
Dr. aBa Mbirika, Mathematics
November 8 (CETL Lobby, VLL 1142)
"Keys to Research Mentorship: A Panel of Exceptional Faculty and Research Mentors"
Dr. Elizabeth Glogowski, Materials Science and Biomedical Engineering
Dr. Jeanette Olsen, Nursing
Dr. Lee Anna Rasar, Music and Theatre Arts
Dr. Nga-Wing Anjela Wong, Education for Equity and Justice
November 15 (CETL Lobby, VLL 1142)
Dr. Sean McAleer, Philosophy and Religious Studies
Tips and techniques for grant-seeking organized by WiSys.
UW-Eau Claire's annual Celebration of Excellence in Research and Creative Activity (CERCA) gives undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to present the results of their research and creative activity. The event highlights student research accomplishments and contributions to the academic community.
The next CERCA event will be held April 22-25, 2024.
Celebration of Scholarship (formerly the Author's Celebration)
An annual event celebrating recent publications and other major scholarly achievements, including exhibitions, performances, national awards, external grants of faculty and staff. The next Celebration of Scholarship will be hosted live in the Ojibwe Ballroom on Monday, October 16, 2023, 4:30-6:00 pm.
2022 Celebration of Scholarship
Joshua Brown's Speech from Celebration of Scholarship Event
Joshua Brown is a Professor of German and Linguistics and the Languages University Excellence in Scholarship Recipient for 2022
2022 Celebrated Authors
Ezgi Akar, Accounting and Finance
Jidong Zhang, Accounting and Finance
Patti See, Advising, Retention & Career Services
Karen O'Day, Art & Design
Nora Mitchell, Biology
Deidra Gerlach, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Charlotte Clark, Communication Sciences & Disorders
Rahul Gomes, Computer Science
Wayne Carroll, Economics
Kyle Whipple & Kirstin Rossi, Education for Equity & Justice
Jose Felipe Alvergue, English
Dorothy Chan, English
Gloria Howerton, Geography & Anthropology
Aziz Akar, Information Systems
Ali Ahmed, Information Systems
Jeffrey Janot & Nick Beltz, Kinesiology
Paul Hoff, Languages
Kranti Dugar & Jennine Fox, Management & Marketing
Matt Jewell, Materials Science & Biomedical Engineering
Melissa Troudt, Mathematics
Allison Beemer, Mathematics
Liliana LaValle & Robin Miller, McIntyre Library
Ryan Jones, Music & Theatre Arts
Lorraine Smith, Nursing
Theresa Dachel & Dalete Mota, Nursing
Lyle Ford, Physics & Astronomy
Ming-Li Hsieh, Political Science/Criminal Justice
Douglas Matthews, Psychology
Laura Suppes, Public Health & Environmental Studies
Josephine Kipgen & Saatvika Rai, Race, Ethnicity, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Jamie Tester, Social Work
Kati Barahona-Lopez, Sociology
Karsten Powell, Kirstin Rossi & Rosemary Battalio, Special Education & Inclusive Practices
These sessions offer UW-Eau Claire faculty opportunities to learn more about the sabbatical process (May) and to workshop their sabbatical applications (August).