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Deanna Baisden

27 Apr 2012

Graduates released in improved job market

Employers who have been surveyed have indicated that they will be hiring 10.2 percent more college graduates than in the year 2011, according to The National Association of Colleges and Employers.

20 Apr 2012

Debate on tobacco-free campus begins

The Chancellor’s Advisory Council on alcohol, tobacco and other drugs will be hosting two open forums to discuss the possibility of making UW-River Falls a tobacco free campus.

06 Apr 2012

Composer event brings spotlight to River Falls

The 46th annual Commissioned Composer Project provides students with the opportunity to work with an award winning and nationally recognized composer performing an original piece of music for the student body.

30 Mar 2012

UW-Madison professor imparts knowledge about free speech

On Tuesday, April 3, UW-Madison Professor Donald A. Downs will be giving a public lecture on the subject of today’s academic freedom and free speech climate in universities across America.

23 Mar 2012

Runway to Success event teaches students to prepare, professionally brand themselves

Runway to Success is a professional fashion show that provides students with examples and advice of what is appropriate clothing to be worn in the work place and during interviews, according to the 2012 Runway Success Coordinator Michaela Fox.

09 Mar 2012

Study abroad draws female participants

A recent article published by The Chronicle of Higher Education has found that the ratio of male to female students participating in university study abroad programs has been at a steady low for more than two decades.

03 Mar 2012

Social media program shows student success

University Communications has now joined hundreds of universities across the nation in using the new social media program, readabout.me, which allows students to publicize achievements and activities they have earned throughout their college career.

24 Feb 2012

Executive order bans United Council group

Student Senate President Tyler Halverson recently signed an executive order banning the statewide student association United Council from student government office spaces.

17 Feb 2012

Falcon Programs offers leadership opportunities

Falcon Programs is now in its third year of offering students a growing series of entertaining and educational programs while providing professional development opportunities for student programmers.

10 Feb 2012

New semester brings new chair for Faculty Senate

UW-River Falls Faculty Senate met for the first meeting of the spring semester on Feb. 1 in the Willow River Room at the University Center, with vice chair Professor Marshall Toman now serving the position of acting chair.

Deanna Baisden