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Contact Us
UW-River Falls University
Advancement Office
310 South Hall
410 S. 3rd St.
River Falls, WI 54022
715-425-3505

 
Alumni Calendar

    Cheers Pablo Painting Event
Friday, Nov. 4

Twin Cities Speaker Series featuring Vicky Emerson
Tuesday, Nov. 29
 
Irving Berlin's White Christmas Musical
Saturday, Dec. 10

Kalahari Getaway Weekend
Jan. 6-8, 2017 

 

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list of upcoming events.

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UWRF has successfully completed it's Rising to Distinction Campaign.  Learn more here
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The University of Wisconsin System  offers discounted tuition to the nonresident children and grandchildren of eligible alumni who received a degree from UW-River Falls. Click here to learn more about the Return to Wisconsin program!

 
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In This Issue/October 2016


Wisconsin Eye Senior Producer Steve Walters interviewed UW-River Falls Chancellor Dean Van Galen Aug. 31 about the state of education and how academics have been affected by budget cuts at UWRF. View the video clip here.



 
UWRF alumna and tornado expert Yvette Richardson sits down to discuss the incredible physical phenomena that combine to create and maintain tornadoes. The "Life Cycle Of A Tornado" is courtesy of The Weather Channel, June 2016. View video.
 
 
 
Williams named 2016 Distinguished Teacher

 
Geology Professor Ian Williams is the recipient of the 2016 Distinguished Teacher Award, the highest award bestowed on campus. Since its inception in 1965, 53 faculty have been honored with this award. Read more.
 
   
 
This academic year, UWRF is welcoming a freshman class in excess of 1,200 student as well as about 450 transfer students. This freshman class also boasts the highest average ACT scores the university has recorded in the past 15 years. Read more.
 
 
  
Environmental science faculty welcomed students back to campus with a unique event - the Kinni Blitz, a 24-hour effort to measure everything they could think of in the South Fork of the Kinnickinnic River that runs through campus. Read more.