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UW-River Falls undergrads exhibit greenwall research at Minnesota State Fair
The University of Wisconsin-River Falls will exhibit its greenwall research at the 2016 Minnesota State Fair, Aug. 25-Sept. 5. The exhibit will include giveaways, activities, and a full-size version of the foliage wall, or vertical vegetation system (greenwall), installed on campus in 2015 to study the effects of greenery and plants on student behavior, mood and classroom performance.
 
Chancellor's Blog: Brats, Music, and Is a College Degree Still Worth It?
More than 200 people from the community gathered on campus July 26 for an old-fashioned community picnic. During a time of summer heat, political conventions, and optimism for both Packers and Vikings fans, it was a time to enjoy good conversations and Falcon Foods brats and ice cream.
 
Students and professor selected for $25,000 Ideadvance Grants
University of Wisconsin-River Falls Director for the Center for Innovation and Business Development Danielle Campeau announced today that students Michael Mader and Edward Matsushima and Associate Professor of Physics Matthew Vonk have each been selected for a $25,000 Ideadvance grant.
 
UW-River Falls Small Business Development Center serves Polk, St. Croix and Pierce counties
The University of Wisconsin-River Falls Small Business Development Center offers no-cost consulting services for entrepreneurs and established small businesses in Polk, St. Croix and Pierce counties.

 

Stories and More by Our Students

Ten reasons UWRF is the best decision ever
Decisions are tough, but choosing River Falls makes it 10 times easier.
 
Spring: 25 things to do in River Falls
Put the spring back into your step with these bright ideas!
 
Researchers at UWRF study brain stimulation to help those with aphasia
Two UW-River Falls professors are testing whether electrical brain stimulation can improve the communication skills of people with aphasia, a disorder that impairs one’s ability to process language.


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