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UW-River Falls University
Advancement Office
310 South Hall
410 S. 3rd St.
River Falls, WI 54022

Alumni Calendar

Wabasha Street Cave Tour and Lunch
Saturday, Sept. 16

St. Croix Boat Dinner Cruise
Thursday, Oct. 5

Homecoming Weekend
Oct. 7-8

Pine Tree Apple Orchard
Family Event
Saturday, Oct. 14

Escape Night 
Friday, Nov. 3


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The University of Wisconsin System offers discounted tuition to nonresident children and grandchildren of eligible alumni from UW-River Falls. Click here to learn more about the Return to Wisconsin program!
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In This Issue/August 2017
Falcon Center grand opening set for Sept. 21
After nearly two decades of efforts, the largest building project in the 140-year history of UW-River Falls will officially open its doors Sept. 21. Join us for an open house featuring tours, games, prizes, refreshments and hands-on activities! Read more.

Although she talks to thousands of people every day, UWRF alum Cathy Wurzer, '92, feared she might faint as she stepped onto a stage in Ely. Story courtesy of Kevyn Burger, Star Tribune. Photo by Brian Peterson, Star Tribune. Read more.
UWRF and CVB celebrate canning anniversary  

An anniversary was celebrated on campus with the traditional congratulatory cake and the not-so-traditional can of kidney beans. For 20 years, Chippewa Valley Bean (CVB) has partnered with UWRF to assess the canning quality of kidney bean lines under development. Read more. 
Across different areas of study, UWRF faculty unite in a distinctive goal:  shaping the minds of their students. Diverse backgrounds, unique paths and varying interests make up the fabric of the Falcon faculty. It's a fabric that serves as a foundation for the legacy of UWRF. David Zlesak is the first professor profiled in "Shaping Minds." Read more.
As classes begin, first-year students within the College of Arts and Sciences will find themselves tackling non-traditional topics as an introduction to their college career. With topics ranging from health claims to airplanes to doodling, First Year Adventure (FYA) is an innovative approach to university-level learning. Read more.