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  • Jazz @ UW-River Falls | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    2016 RADD Jazz Series will feature select compositions and arrangements by Billy Strayhorn including The Jazz Nutcracker at the Holiday Swing Dance Thursday November 5 2015 7 30 PM RADD Jazz Series Presents Laura Caviani David Milne Duo Jazz Impressions Laura Caviani piano David Milne saxophones and flutes Featuring works by Laura Caviani Dave Brubeck Claude Debussy Gabriel Faure Maurice Ravel and more Abbott Concert Hall Admission is free and open to everyone Saturday November 7 2015 7 30 PM RADD Jazz Series Presents UWRF Jazz Ensemble directed by David Milne Featuring Laura Caviani piano composer Featuring works by Dave Brubeck Laura Caviani Dave Grusin Donny McCaslin Billy Strayhorn Fred Sturm Tower of Power and more Abbott Concert Hall Admission is free and open to everyone Friday December 11 2015 7 00 PM 10 30 PM RADD Jazz Series Presents The Holiday Swing Dance The UW River Falls Jazz Ensemble directed by Dr David Milne performs classic big band and holiday season favorites from the Swing Era for your listening and dancing pleasure Featuring selections from The Jazz Nutcracker by Billy Strayhorn and Duke Ellington as well as music by Count Basie Benny Goodman Glenn Miller Frank Sinatra Mel Torme and more Free swing dance lessons and refreshments are available University Center Falcon s Nest Swing Dance lessons begin at 7 00 PM Live music by the UWRF Jazz Ensemble is provided from 7 30 PM 10 30 PM Admission is free and open to the public Friday February 19th 2016 The 2016 UWRF Jazz Festival Featuring Matt Wilson drums 1 00 PM UWRF Jazz Ensemble Concert William Abbott Concert Hall Kleinpell Fine Arts Building Annual UWRF Jazz Festival featuring concerts workshops clinics for regional high school and middle school jazz ensembles Collaboration with RADD Jazz Series providing the UWRF campus and regional community the opportunity to hear exceptionally high quality American Jazz musicians including Grammy Award winning musicians Donny McCaslin Ernie Watts Mike Stern Bob Mintzer and more This year s UWRF Jazz Festival features Grammy nominated drummer and recording artist Matt Wilson Matt Wilson www mattwilsonjazz com Friday February 19th 2016 7 30 PM RADD Jazz Series Presents The Jazz Club Cabaret Featuring Matt Wilson drums Featuring Matt Wilson NYC based drummer and Grammy nominated recording artist with the UWRF Faculty Jazz Group Refreshments and a cash bar are provided University Center Falcon s Nest Admission is free and open to everyone Matt Wilson www mattwilsonjazz com Saturday February 20 2016 7 30 PM RADD Jazz Series Presents Featuring Matt Wilson with the UWRF Jazz Ensemble Featuring Matt Wilson NYC based drummer and Grammy nominated recording artist performing special compositions and arrangements with the UWRF Jazz Ensemble directed by David Milne William Abbott Concert Hall Kleinpell Fine Arts Building Admission is free and open to everyone Matt Wilson www mattwilsonjazz com Saturday April 23 2016 7 30 PM RADD Jazz Series Presents Universal Language XII Featuring Celtic Musician Laura MacKenzie The UW River Falls Jazz Ensemble directed by

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/MUS/Jazz/Index.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Post Jobs and Internships | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Career Services Employers Employers Attend Events Post Jobs and Internships Recruit and Connect Resources Visit Campus Post Jobs and Internships Post Jobs and Internships Post to all 13 Wisconsin state universities Post to UW River Falls students and alumni Full time part time positions Internships On campus positions Volunteer opportunities About Internships at UWRF An internship is a carefully monitored work experience in which a student has intentional learning goals that enable him or her to apply their classroom knowledge to the workplace Interns typically receive compensation for their contributions Internships are part of UWRF s educational program and are carefully monitored and evaluated for academic credit An essential aspect that distinguishes an internship from a short term job is that learning goals and objectives are structured into the experience First Point of Contact UWRF Career Services is your first point of contact for information on internships at UWRF Career Services will connect you to UWRF college internship coordinators and resources Posting Your Internships to UWRF Students Internships are coordinated and approved uniquely in each college at UWRF Submit your internships to Hire a Falcon and your internship will be posted to the online system for students to view Campus Recruitment Recruiting UWRF graduates for full time work Numerous opportunities are available Register for the UWRF Career Fair Opportunities in October and February to meet potential interns and new hires Guidelines for Campus Recruitment Provided by the National Association of Colleges Employers NACE Equal Opportunity Federal EEO Equal Employment Opportunity legislation prohibits departments from recommending to employers specific

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/CareerServices/Employers/Jobs.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Journalism | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Communication Media Studies Journalism Journalism Advising and Support Independent Study Internship Instructions Journalism Degree Requirements Journalism Journalism Major Degree Requirements Within the context of a broad liberal arts degree program journalism majors will concentrate on core courses in journalism and mass communication principles media production and editing information gathering writing reporting practicums and mass communication law Electives may be taken in a variety of subject areas such as history of documentary history of mass communication public opinion international communication mass media and society media ethics visual communication and specialized media writing and production Recommended areas of study for a minor or double major include environmental science political science philosophy sociology psychology English art economics film studies geography history international studies agriculture or business A student who desires to teach journalism at the secondary school level would minor in journalism and pursue a degree through the College of Education and Professional Studies Journalism Minor Degree Requirements Within the context of a broad liberal arts degree program journalism majors will concentrate on core courses in journalism and mass communication principles media production and editing information gathering writing reporting practicums and mass communication law Electives may be taken in a variety of subject areas such as history of documentary history of mass communication public opinion international communication mass media and society media ethics visual communication and specialized media writing and production Recommended areas of study for a minor or double major include environmental science political science philosophy sociology psychology English art economics film studies geography history international studies agriculture or business Journalism majors may not double major or minor in the mass

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/CMS/Journalism/Index.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Career Opportunities | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    have I work with plant breeders and marketing teams around the world learning about new plant varieties and often getting to trial them before they re out on the market I m constantly exposed to the newest gardening horticulture products on the market and I get to help promote gardening and horticulture on the national stage such as appearing on NBC s The Today Show and ABC s Live with Regis and Kelly My experiences at UW River Falls were invaluable in getting me where I am today My classwork exposed me to just about every corner of the industry from turf and fruit vegetable production to greenhouse management to woody ornamentals My internship experiences with a publisher in Minneapolis on a gardening book and at a botanical garden in Florida gave me the perfect hands on day to day worldload to succeed in garden publishing I was well prepared to jump right into horticulture in the real world thanks to UWRF Melanie Melanie Welles Greenhouse Supervisor George Washington s Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens Mount Vernon VA Hometown Lebanon WI B S Horticulture Professional Option 2003 You have the coolest job is what I frequently hear from visitors to the Mount Vernon Estate when I leave the behind the scenes production greenhouse complex to tend to projects on the main estate I am responsible for producing plant material to supply the four main gardens pioneer farm gristmill and landscape on George Washington s Mount Vernon Estate The four main gardens alone cover an area larger than six acres so thousands of plants are needed to fill the space Growing the vegetables herbs annual and perennial flowers shrubs and even some trees for the estate is very rewarding work over 1 million visitors each year see the plants I produce For historic accuracy the plants grown in the gardens were introduced to United States in the year 1799 or earlier the year of George Washington s death so while it is interesting to work with heirloom varieties the lack of disease resistance and hybrid vigor presents many challenges In addition to the daily management of over 15 000 square feet of growing space watering fertilizing and scouting for pests I start plants from seed we collect on the estate and propagate fig and boxwood cuttings for retail sales Many visitors come specifically to purchase Mount Vernon boxwood I am very thankful for the broad spectrum and hands on horticulture education I received while at UWRF The excellent knowledge base I gained allows me to successfully do my job growing and maintaining a very wide variety of plant material from cabbage to boxwood to citrus trees and everything in between Michaela Michaela Molter Horticulturist Landscape Designer Johnson s Nursery Inc Menomonee Falls WI Hometown Cadott WI B S Landscape Design and Contracting with a Business Emphasis I joined the Johnson s team in the spring of 2009 as a Horticulturist and Landscape Designer I work hand in hand with homeowners interested

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/PES/Horticulture/CareersinHorticulture.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • English Language Arts Minor | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Catalog Degree Requirements Degree Requirements College Requirements College of Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences College of Arts and Sciences College of Business and Economics College of Education and Professional Studies University Requirements General Education Requirements General Education Requirements 05 06 13 14 Graduate Programs Undergraduate Programs English Language Arts Minor English Language Arts Minor Minor Requirements 24 Total Credits Area 1 Writing choose one of the following 3 cr hrs ENGL 251 Advanced Composition 3 cr ENGL 262 Creative Writing 3 cr Area 2 Reading and Interpretation 12 cr hrs ENGL 106 Introduction to Literature Fiction Poetry Drama 3 cr ENGL 233 Introduction to Poetry 3 cr ENGL 331 Survey of English Literature I 3 cr ENGL 355 Literature Based Reading Methods for Adolescents 3 cr Area 3 Language and Composition 9 cr hrs ENGL 220 Structure of English 3 cr ENGL 322 Acquisition of Language 3 cr ENGL 361 Composition Theory 3 cr Required Supporting Courses ENGL 250 Children s Literature 3 cr TED 310 Techniques in Elementary Education Language Arts 4 cr TED

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  • Leadership Development | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Develop is a first year leadership program on campus for students interested in exploring their leadership potential as well as making a positive social change in their community whether on campus or off Once admitted into LEAD participants will be given the chance to explore their strengths values and ideas about leadership in a new way that will prepare them for an ongoing service project in which they as a group will create and facilitate Meetings will be held every other Wednesday at 6 pm from mid November April LEAD is a great opportunity to discover ways to get involved on campus The first 40 first year students to complete and submit their application will be admitted into the program The participants will then be split into two groups of 20 to create a more productive learning environment LEAD is facilitated by Leadership Interns Student Involvement staff Residence Life Residence Assistants and Resident Life staff During each session students will gain a unique perspective into their values strengths and goals Participants will be required to attend the LEAD Retreat on November 11 13 and weekly meetings on Wednesdays starting at 6 p m Why Participate in LEAD LEAD is all about you By participating in LEAD you can Earn a co curricular leadership certificate Meet other first year students on campus looking to make positive change at UWRF Intent Form Please complete the our online Intent Form to ensure your spot in LEAD https orgsync com 84648 forms 154457 Applications for LEAD are due October 16 at 4 30 p m There are limited spots available in this program Completed intent forms will be accepted on a first come first serve basis The first 40 first year students will be admitted into the program and then split into two cohorts

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/StudentInvolvement/EventsandPrograms/LeadershipDevelopment.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Licensing of UWRF Registered Marks | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Waiver request that includes the artwork to be reproduced This request should also include the name of the university licensed vendor that will produce the items the cost of the production and whether the item will be given away or sold Once the unit organization receives signed authorization from the Office of the Assistant Chancellor for Business and Finance the unit organization may deliver the artwork to the licensed vendor for production Items bearing university marks that are given away are usually exempt from a royalty fee If the item is for resale the vendor will add a royalty fee to the production cost and the on campus client will be billed accordingly Licensed vendors pay a royalty fee of 7 5 to the university Off campus Vendors Licensed vendors must submit a Trademark Approval and Royalty Waiver request that includes the artwork to be reproduced Once the vendor receives signed authorization from the Office of the Assistant Chancellor for Business and Finance the vendor may produce and sell the merchandise Vendors will pay a royalty fee of 7 5 to the university See Reporting Royalties for procedures to follow Trademark Approval and Royalty Waiver request form Guidelines for Use of Marks Digital Art The correct use of university marks is required when producing licensed products Vendors will receive a username and password for our website that contains UWRF logos seals wordmarks symbols etc When incorporating these marks into their designs vendors must conform to guidelines established by the university Reporting Royalties Licensed vendors are required to report royalties to the university each quarter by completing the royalty report form If no royalties are due you may complete report and send to uwrflogos uwrf edu If royalties are due please send your report and check by mail to the address

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/Administration/ViceChancellor/VCLicensingRegisteredMarks.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Department of Management and Marketing | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF College of Business and Economics College of Business and Economics Academic Advising Academic Programs Accounting Business Administration Computer Science and Information Systems Data Science and Predictive Analytics Economics Finance Management Marketing Marketing Professional Sales Military Science and Leadership ROTC Adult Degree Completion Evening Courses Admission Affordability Being Successful Business Administration Major and Flexible Minor Evening and Online Courses Recognition of Prior Learning Transfer Student Information What Students Are Saying In the News FAQ s Assurance of Learning CBE Centers Center For Economic Research Center for Economic Education Center for Innovation and Business Development Center for Sales Excellence Small Business Development Center CBE Policies Faculty Staff Honors and Awards International Programs Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs International Resources Exchange Agreements Internships For Employers For Students Forms Master of Business Administration Application Information Courses and Tuition Foundation Courses International Students and Partnerships Master of Computer Science Admission Requirements Current Student Resources Degree Requirements Technology Needs Tuition Why Computer Science at UWRF Prospective Students Student Organizations Upper Level Admission Requirements Vision and Mission Statement Contact Us Department of Management and Marketing Management Management focuses on the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary to function in a variety of administrative positions in both the private and public sectors Graduates work in general management human resources and training and development For more information please visit our Management Program page Marketing Marketing deals with the flow of goods and services through the economy and the distribution of industrial and consumer goods Graduates work in product design logistics pricing and promotion For more information please visit our Marketing Program page Management and Marketing Department Faculty Darryl Miller Marketing Department Chair Joy Benson

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/CBE/DeptMngtMktg.cfm (2016-02-16)
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