Three UW-Richland faculty members are among those engaged in the University of Wisconsin System Faculty College, which this year for the 14th time brought about 100 UW faculty to the Richland Center UW campus. The focus for the May 28-31 program is effective and innovative teaching to
University of Wisconsin-Richland Campus Executive Officer and Dean Dr. Patrick Glenn Hagen has announced the names of students recognized for their academic achievements during the spring 2013 semester which ended in May.
Over 30 new University of Wisconsin-Richland freshmen will begin their UW education this fall with scholarship support from the UW-Richland Scholarship Program. More than 50 new freshmen scholarships have been presented to students from over 20 different schools.
Campus View, the housing facility for University of Wisconsin-Richland students, recently announced plans to expand according to Glen Brown, executive director of Campus View. Plans are to break ground in the fall of 2013.
People may be surprised to learn that of the 13 UW Colleges freshman/sophomore campuses across the state, the University of Wisconsin-Richland attracts the greatest number of international students.
Students, their families and others attending to business matters at the University of Wisconsin-Richland will likely meet Derek Kalish, who joined the UW-Richland Business and Administrative Services department in mid-May as a financial specialist.
Dr. Brandon Fetterly will begin service as associate dean of the University of Wisconsin-Richland starting June 1.
At Graduation and Awards Night ceremonies held May 10 on the University of Wisconsin-Richland campus, service to the campus community and academic achievement were recognized.
Eleven UW-Richland students who are completing their studies at the Richland Center UW campus were awarded scholarships at Graduation and Awards Night on May 10. These awards, totaling over $9,000, are designated for students transferring, going on to complete their bachelor degrees.
A Celebration of the Life honoring the memory of John Symons—familiar to many in the area as the visionary that brought to life Symons Recreation Complex and Campus View housing for UW-Richland students—is planned for 2pm Saturday, June 1, at St.