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UW-River Falls University
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410 S. 3rd Street
River Falls, WI
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Twin Cities Speaker Series - featuring Mark Lacek
Wednesday, Nov. 5

A Christmas Story Musical
Saturday, Dec. 6

Kalahari Resort Weekend
Jan. 9-10, 2015

Women's Basketball Reunion
Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015

Men's Basketball Reunion
Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015

Minnesota Wild vs. Edmonton Oilers
Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015

Twin Cities Networking Event-Rosedale, MN
Wednesday, Apr. 8, 2015

Golden Jubilee Reunion
May 15-16, 2015
Click here to get more information, register and pay online for events.
Please join us for the Fourth Annual Scholarship Benefit Dinner on Friday, April 24, 2015 featuring Daymond John, Founder and CEO of FUBU and TV personality on ABC's Shark Tank.
Click here to register.
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In This Issue / October 2014
UWRF has been named a "Top College" by Educate to Career and named a "Best Regional Public University" and a "Best Regional Univeristy-Midwest" by U.S. News & World Report. Read more.

When David Yunger, '97, left Microsoft to start GreenBridge Computing, he knew that his cheap-yet-powerful computer workstations would help schools around the world gain access to the latest technology. But fast forward to today, and it's Fortune 500 companies that are showing serious interest in what Yunger's company has built. Story courtesy of Taylor Soper/GeekWire. Read more.

While the Falcon college football team was training hard for the Oct. 4 Homecoming game, so was the new UW-River Falls live mascot. Only Freddy wasn't doing push-ups or sit-ups. He was practicing his flying. Live Freddy belongs to UWRF student and Master Falconer Jordan Jones. Story courtesy of Gretta Stark/River Falls Journal, Sept. 25. Read more.

UWRF has received a grant from the National Foliage Foundation to install a living green wall in the Ag Science building. Installation will take place over break in January 2015. Story courtesy of Brooke Brokaw/Student Voice. Read more.

More than $591,000 from two funding sources has the Mathematics Department busy with two special projects involving workshops and seminars aimed at Common Core math content and practice standards in grades 3 through high school. Erick Hofacker, associate professor of mathematics, is involved with both projects as co-director. Read more.