College of Business and Economics maintains AACSB accreditation May 5, 2017- The University of Wisconsin-River Falls has been reconfirmed in its accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). The decision was made after a rigorous review process and a multi-day review by an independent three-member review panel. The panel chose to extend special praise for excellent degree programs, a highly level of innovation and extensive collaboration with business and the community.
Colt Sale breaks records The 41st Annual UW-River Falls (UWRF) Colt Sale on May 6 was one for the record books. The 146 registered bidders from 13 states and Canada, England and Mexico was typical, but several sales records were broken.
Commencement ceremonies are May 13 Approximately 758 bachelor's and master's degree students will receive degrees from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls following two commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 13, in the Robert P. Knowles Physical Education and Recreation Center.
Davis named interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at-UW-River-Falls May 15, 2017— Tricia M. Davis, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, has been named interim dean of the College. Davis will start July 1, succeeding Brad Caskey who is leaving UW-River Falls after 27 years. Caskey served as dean for the past eight years and has been named the provost and vice president for academic affairs at Birmingham-Southern College in Alabama.
Free outdoor Tuesday summer concerts begin June 13 June 1, 2017 -- The annual free Tuesday summer concert series at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls kicks off June 13 at 7 p.m. in the Melvin Wall Amphitheatre. The concerts are free and open to everyone.
State Building Commission approves Rodli Hall renovation at UW-River Falls May 18, 2017--The planned renovation of David Rodli Hall at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls has been given a green light. The Wisconsin State Building Commission and University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents have approved construction, which will create a student collaboration center on campus when completed.
UW-River Falls awarded prestigious NSF Noyce Teacher Scholarship Grant The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the University of Wisconsin-River Falls a highly competitive Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program grant, which is expected to total nearly $1.5 million over five years. The grant will cover the majority of costs of a teacher training program for up to 70 students who commit to teaching for two years in a high-needs district following licensure.