Patti See had the following pieces published in "Unruly Catholic Women Writers: Creative Responses to Catholicism," a new anthology from the State University of New York Press (Eds. Ana Kothe, Jeana DelRosso, Leigh Eicke): a short story — "Last of the Tomboy Pings” — and three poems — “Rewinding the Wedding Tape,” “Telling My Mother I Can’t Say the Rosary,” and “True Confessions.”
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- Jasmine Case, College Achievement Program, received an award for $67,184 from the Great Lakes College Success program for the project titled "College Achievement Program." The overall goal is to help resident multicultural students develop academic and language skills to the level required for success at UW-Eau Claire.
- Dr. Doug Faulkner, geography and anthropology, received an award for $1,000 from Xcel Energy's Natural Resources Fund program for the project "Assessing the Role of Reed Canary Grass in the Declining Active Channel Area of the Lower Chippewa River." Faulkner and undergraduate students plan to map the locations of reed canary grass along the channel margins of the lower Chippewa River.
- Lissa Greer and Katie Gorell, Student Affairs/Blugold Beginnings, received an award for $157,609 from the Great Lakes College Success program for the project "Blugold Beginnings Learning Community for Underrepresented Students." The overall goal is to expand the current number of students served by the Blugold Beginnings Learning Community.
- Leslie Huntington, athletics, received an award for $46,200 from the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Ethnic Minority and Women’s Internship Grant program. The goal is to enhance the gender and ethnic minority representation in intercollegiate athletics.
- Dr. Donna Lehmkuhl, ECLIPSE, received an award for $86,944 from the Wisconsin National and Community Service Board AmeriCorps State program to continue the Early Childhood Literacy Intervention Program, Services and Evaluation project (ECLIPSE) program. Undergraduates will serve as AmeriCorps members and mentor children.
- Dr. Susan Moch, nursing, received two awards from the Northern/Northwest Wisconsin Area Health Education Centers. One project — "Evidence-Based Practice Project on Health Literacy Related to Advanced Directives" — seeks to develop an interprofessional team to obtain information on health literacy related to advanced directives on health care. The award is $2,000. The other project is titled "Evidence-Based Practice Projects with Northwest Region Public Health Services." The goal is to provide an evidence-based practice program between UW-Eau Claire and Northwest Area Health Education Center public health related agencies. The award is $5,000. Undergraduates will be involved in both projects.
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
|Dr. Eunsook Jung and students during the six-party talks simulation Nov. 5|
Dr. Ronald E. Mickel (emeritus) was elected to a second three-year term on the Chippewa Valley Museum board of directors. He continues to serve on the board of directors of the Chippewa Valley Museum Foundation as well. Last April Mickel also was elected to a third three-year term on the board of directors of the Eau Claire Historic Preservation Foundation.