UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
After nearly two decades of efforts, the largest building project in the 140-year history of UW-River Falls will officially open its doors Sept. 21 with a grand opening celebration. The $63.5 million Falcon Center will provide outstanding spaces for teaching, wellness, recreation and athletics.
12:30 p.m. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Front entrance, Falcon Center
1-7 p.m. UWRF faculty, staff, students and special guests Open House
4-7 p.m. Community Open House
Join us for: games, prizes and giveaways, refreshments, kids activities, tours.
Hands-on activities: fitness equipment, fitness classes, climbing wall, basketball, outdoor rental center and more!
Free event. No registration required.
For more information, call 715-425-3545.
The Health and Human Performance Department offers majors in health and physical education, exercise and sports science, health and wellness management and a graduate degree in clinical exercise physiology. Our students benefit from the university's state-of-the-art technology and modern sports facilities. With experienced instruction from a supportive faculty, we prepare our students for a variety of health-related careers, including: cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation and teaching, teaching health and physical education, health management, adapted physical education, coaching, and physical and occupational therapy. More importantly, we foster a commitment to lifelong physical activity and healthy lifestyles that enrich the lives of others.
UWRF Emogene Nelson Workshop - April 27 (Professionals) and 28th (Future Professionals), 2017 - held at the new Falcon Center