UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Your UW-River Falls success story is already written, and now you're a valued member of the community we proudly call alumni. Continued engagement with your alma mater makes a world of difference for those who are now in the shoes you once wore. All of us at UW-River Falls invite you to take part in this ongoing experience through a host of opportunities. From giving back, to sharing your story, to joining in at various events and much more, you are playing an integral role in the success of this university. Visit us, stay engaged, and continue to be a part of UW-River Falls.
Director of Alumni Relations
Richard Moldenhauer received a national award in November for his work combatting the country's opioid crisis. Moldenhauer, who received both undergraduate and graduate degrees from UWRF and serves as an adjunct faculty member, was named the 2016 recipient of the National Nyswander/Dole "Marie" Award. Read more.
Alan Kruizenga received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers in January. The award is the highest honor bestowed by the United States government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their research careers. Read more.
In a new video for The Weather Channel, UW-River Falls alumna and tornado expert Yvette Richardson discusses the physical phenomena that combine to create and maintain tornadoes. The "Life Cycle of a Tornado" is courtesy of The Weather Channel, June 2016. Watch it here.
UW-River Falls graduate and distinguished alumnus Wong How Man, '76, is the founder and president of the China Exploration & Research Society (CERS). Check out the amazing research and expeditions going on in China. Visit their website to learn more or check out their YouTube Channel!