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Alumni Calendar

  
    Kalahari Getaway Weekend
Jan. 6-8, 2017 

CAFES Wisconsin Agribusiness Classic
Jan. 10, 2017

Women's Basketball Reunion
Jan. 28, 2017

Men's Basketball Reunion 
Feb. 11, 2017

Florida Wisconsin Day (Fort Meyers Beach)
Feb. 22, 2017

Arizona Wisconsin Day (Sun City)
March 9, 2017

Mesa, Ariz., Alumni Event
March 11, 2017

Golden Jubilee Reunion
May 12-13, 2017

 

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list of upcoming events.


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In This Issue/December 2016


Associate Animal Science Professor Kurt Vogel  was named one of 25 Future Icons in the recent issue of The National Provisioner magazine. The 25 are predicted to change the industry over the next decade. Read more.

 
UWRF was front and center stage during the 89th National FFA Convention. Six individuals, all with connections to UW-River Falls, served as a real life testament to historian Henry Adams quote, "A teacher affects eternity; one can never tell where their influence stops." Read more.
   
 

The National Survey of Student Engagement  has ranked UWRF in the lead among similar institutions in the areas of undergraduate research engagement and study abroad participation among seniors. Read more.   
   
 
Visitors to Falcon home football games this year noticed a new face on the sidelines or running up and down the bleachers trying to get the fans excited. He wasn't suited up in uniform, but that didn't tame his passion for the game. Read more.
     
How to map a river with gunpowder
  
It's the unpredictability that hooked UWRF Assistant Professor Matt Dooley on the concept of making maps with gunpowder. National Geographic explores Dooley's experiment in "How to Map a River With Gunpowder" by Betsy Mason in the Nov. 21 edition. Read more.