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UW-River Falls temporarily shifts to remote learning, implements shelter-in-place for its campus housing
September 18, 2020 - In response to an increase in COVID-19 cases on campus, UWRF will pause its in-person classes as of today, September 18, for two-weeks to shift course delivery to online-only.
 
‘Global Impact Through Innovation’ is Innovator in Residence talk Oct. 8
September 16, 2020 - Michael Thompson, founder and CEO of KairosAg, will speak on “Global Impact through Innovation,” on Thursday, Oct. 8, at 2 p.m. via WebEx as the 2020 Innovator in Residence at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
 
UW-River Falls statement on recent graffiti and vandalism on campus
September 16, 2020 - Disturbing messages spray painted on UW-River Falls property yesterday have impacted members of the campus community.
 
Hudson Center to close by end of year
September 11, 2020 – The University of Wisconsin-River Falls is revising its approach to innovative initiatives and how it is meeting the needs of the St. Croix Valley and the state. As a result, it has decided to not renew its lease of the UW-River Falls Hudson Center as of December 31.
 
UW System Career Services offices launch virtual Career Treks program
September 2, 2020 (MADISON, Wis.) - Many college students will set their sights on securing their post-graduation plans shortly after classes begin.
 
Student Sophie Ackerman receives WiSys research grant
August 28, 2020 – University of Wisconsin-River Falls senior Sophie Ackerman is the recipient of a $4,000 Ambassador Grant by the WiSys organization to research loneliness and isolation.
 
Community statement: expectations for student behavior
September 1, 2020- UW-River Falls is a proud member of the River Falls community and has been since 1874. This week we are welcoming students back to campus for fall semester during an unusual and unnerving time.
 
Equine breeding program mourns loss of Lil Ruf Rider
August 31, 2020 - It’s with a heavy heart that the University of Wisconsin-River Falls Equine Breeding Program announces the passing of one of their most cherished horses and breeding stallions, Lil Ruf Rider, affectionately referred to as “Rider.” Rider died unexpectedly at a local veterinary clinic after being taken in for sudden onset of severe pain and non-weight bearing lameness on August 29. While Rider’s passing was secondary due to initial clinical signs, further diagnostics are being conducted.



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