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  • Mission Statements | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    of the University Cluster predominantly four year campuses are included below The Select Mission Statement for the University of Wisconsin River Falls follows The university provides an excellent environment for learning emphasizing the importance of faculty student interaction in classrooms laboratories academic advising and co curricular activities The university offers liberal arts programs and degrees to meet regional needs in the arts humanities mathematics natural and physical sciences and social and behavioral sciences The liberal arts also strengthen and broaden programs in the agricultural sciences teacher education and business administration The university offers professional programs and degrees in teacher education with special emphases in early childhood elementary and secondary education The university offers programs and degrees in the agricultural sciences agribusiness and agricultural teacher education The university offers graduate programs in education agriculture and other areas clearly associated with its mission Development of cooperative graduate instructional programs with appropriate institutions is encouraged The university expects scholarly activity including research scholarship and creative endeavor that supports its programs at the baccalaureate level its selected graduate programs and its select mission The university continues to develop interinstitutional relationships in cooperative research graduate training and undergraduate programs within the state region and world As a border institution the University promotes interstate cooperation The university provides students opportunities to develop an appreciation of the richness and diversity of American culture and is committed to representing this diversity in its staff and student body The university offers students the opportunity to increase their global awareness and sensitivity to other cultures It also has a continuing commitment to provide opportunities for students to live study and travel abroad and to increase the number and diversity of international students on campus The university provides public service by using its resources to address problems and concerns throughout the state and region Special emphasis is placed on cooperative extension extension and economic development outreach The university offers enrichment to the citizens of western Wisconsin and the St Croix River Valley by providing artistic scientific and other cultural events programs and exhibitions The University of Wisconsin System Mission Each institution of the University of Wisconsin System shares in the mission of the system The mission of this system is to develop human resources to discover and disseminate knowledge to extend knowledge and its application beyond the boundaries of its campuses and to serve and stimulate society by developing in students heightened intellectual cultural and humane sensitivities scientific professional and technological expertise and a sense of value and purpose Inherent in this mission are methods of instruction research extended education and public service designed to educate people and improve the human condition Basic to every purpose of the system is the search for truth The Core Mission of the University Cluster As institutions in the University Cluster of the University of Wisconsin System the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire the University of Wisconsin Green Bay the University of Wisconsin La Crosse the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh the University of Wisconsin Parkside

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  • Mission, Vision and Values | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF About Us About Us Fast Facts Employment Maps UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Mission Vision and Values FOCUSED MISSION STATEMENT Our mission is to help prepare students to be productive creative ethical engaged citizens and leaders with an informed global perspective VISION The University of Wisconsin River Falls will distinguish itself as the St Croix Valley s public comprehensive university that Supports an inclusive campus community of highly engaged learners and scholars Develops distinctive innovative educational opportunities including regional and global partnerships that lead to student success sustainable communities and differentiation of the university within the state and nation Fosters a challenging supportive student centered environment that is characterized by academic excellence inspiring and preparing students to serve as ethical informed citizens and leaders in an increasingly complex diverse and global environment CORE VALUES STUDENT CENTERED We commit ourselves to an unwavering focus on learning holistic development and success ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE We help students attain their full potential as critical thinkers effective communicators leaders and committed life long learners by providing engaged and integrated learning educational experiences INCLUSIVENESS We commit to a community of mutual respect professional behavior academic freedom

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  • Montessori Teacher Education | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    campus fees charged for classes held off campus MACTE accredited and AMS affiliated for Early Childhood and Elementary I II courses through the year 2020 Back to top Program Curriculum The academic plan will depend on the age level credential and whether or not a master s degree is also sought Early Childhood ages 3 6 Credential 28 credits MONT 500 Montessori Philosophy and Pedagogy 2 cr MONT 710 Practical Life Sensorial and Preparation of the Environment 4 cr MONT 712 Child Development and Observation 3 cr MONT 722 Language Arts and Literacy Foundations 3 cr MONT 732 Cultural Arts Social Studies and Science 3 cr MONT 742 EC Mathematics 2 cr MONT 752 Movement and the Arts 2 cr MONT 762 Classroom Leadership 3 cr MONT 781 and MONT 782 Practicum A and B 2 cr each total 4 cr MONT 791 and MONT 792 Certification Projects A and B 1 credit each total 2 cr Add On Master of Science in Education 4 additional credits Complete the courses required above then complete the following courses MONT 785 Research Methods 3 cr MONT 793 Plan B Paper 3 cr replaces MONT 791 and 792 in Credential curriculum Elementary I ages 6 9 Credential 35 38 cr MONT 500 Montessori Philosophy and Pedagogy 2 cr MONT 505 Overview of EC Curriculum 3 cr MONT 712 Child Development and Observation 3 cr MONT 724 Reading and Language Arts 4 cr MONT 734 E I Social Studies Culture 3 cr MONT 735 E I Science 3 cr MONT 744 Elementary I Math 3 cr MONT 745 E I Geometry 2 cr MONT 754 Physical Education and Arts 4 cr MONT 764 Elementary Classroom Leadership 3 cr MONT 783 and MONT 784 Practicum A and B 3 cr each total 6 cr MONT 791 and MONT 792 Certification Projects A and B 1 credit each total 2 cr Required if student does not have Montessori credential in Early Childhood ages 3 6 Add On Master of Science in Education 4 additional credits Complete the courses required above then complete the following courses MONT 785 Research Methods 3 cr MONT 793 Plan B Paper 3 cr replaces MONT 791 and 792 in Credential curriculum Add On Elementary II ages 6 12 Credential 15 additional credits Complete the Elementary 1 courses above unless the applicant is already credentialed to teach ages 6 9 and then complete the following courses MONT 726 E II Language Arts and Literacy 3 cr MONT 736 E II History and Geography 3 cr MONT 737 E II Physical Sciences 2 cr MONT 738 E II Biological Sciences 2 cr MONT 747 E II Geometry 2 cr MONT 746 E II Math 3 cr Tuition and Fees Visit the Accounts Receivable web page for tuition rates Minnesota residents may apply for tuition reciprocity at the following web site Admissions Before registering for a class you will need to apply to the UW River Falls graduate program in MSE Elementary Education and

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  • Music | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    events concerts and opportunities for you to participate and enrich your life Music Education majors have a 100 placement record over the past five years You too can join our program and finish your degree in a timely manner Our location to the Twin Cities Minneapolis St Paul provides amazing opportunities for collaboration with inner city schools suburban scenes and rural placements Performance opportunities abound through the UWRF Music Department for majors non majors and adults We serve the greater region with quality events and ensembles Like us on Facebook follow us on Twitter call us and be sure to check the calendar for concerts and events Many faculty host websites so stay informed and come see us soon Our faculty are active on campus and throughout the world Don t miss out Dr Kris Tjornehoj Headline Events Jazz Festival February 19 20 2016 Choral Arts Festival February 27 2016 Commissioned Composer Project April 7 2016 7 30 PM Coffee Concert Series Selected Fridays 12 00 PM Make a Gift The Music Department needs your help our dreams and goals are big but our budget is tight Please consider making a tax deductible gift to our Music Department To do so a click HERE b fill in your info c select Other then d type Music Department in the next box THANK YOU Upcoming Music Events Fri Feb 19 8 am 2016 UWRF Jazz Festival 7 30 pm RADD Jazz Jazz Club Cabaret Featuring Matt Wilson Sat Feb 20 7 30 pm RADD Jazz UWRF Jazz Ensemble featuring Matt Wilson Fri Feb 26 Noon Coffee Concert River Falls Brass Sun Mar 6 3 pm SCVSO Concert Tue Mar 8 7 30 pm Falcon Band Spring Break Concert Thu Mar 10 7 30 pm Mid Winter Band Concert Thu Apr 7

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/MUS/index.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Musical Theatre Minor | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 Musical Theatre Minor Musical Theatre Minor 24 Total Credits Required Courses 18 cr hrs MUS 103 Class Voice 1 cr MUS 130 Music Theory and Ear Training I 4 cr MUS 131 Music Theory and Ear Training II 4 cr MUS 225 Voice for the Actor 1 cr THEA 121 Acting I Basic Techniques 3 cr THEA 225 Musical Theatre Performance 3 cr THEA 375 Theatre Practicum Production 2 cr Directed Electives 2 cr hrs Select from the following DANC 107 Social Dance 5 cr DANC 110 Basic Jazz Dance 5 cr DANC 120 Fundamentals of Movement through Dance 1 cr DANC 150 Dance Improvisation 1 cr DANC 224 Ballet I 1 cr Electives 4 cr hrs Select from the following DANC 107 Social Dance 5 cr DANC 110 Basic Jazz Dance 5 cr DANC 224 Ballet I 1 cr DANC 260 Dance Repertory 1 3 cr THEA 131 Design for the Theatre 3 cr A maximum of 3 credits from the following 3 courses may be applied toward electives SASA 221 Acting for Stage and Screen II 3 cr SASA 231 Creating Artistic Environments for Stage and Screen 3 cr SASA 232 Costume Makeup for Stage and Screen 3cr SASA 233 Light and Sound for Stage and Screen 3cr SASA 337 History of Theatre 3 cr MUSA 127 Applied Voice a maximum of 2 may be applied toward electives 1 cr MUS 230 Music Theory and Ear Training III 4 cr MUS 340 Opera Techniques 3 cr Students majoring in Music or Speech any emphasis may not double count any course when completing the Musical Theatre Minor Speech Communication and Theatre Arts and

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/Catalog/DegreeRequirements/MusicalTheatreMinor.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Notary Publics on Campus | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 People Search People Search Department and Unit Chairs Phone Numbers by Topic Search by Department Telephone Users Guide Terms of Use Update Personal Info in eSIS Correcting Directory Information

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  • Pre-Health Professions | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    must be met to graduate The recommended curriculum below is suggested to meet both the required and recommended prerequisites of most of the schools as well as to prepare you for the Medical College MCAT Optometry OAT or Dental Admission Test DAT Biology BIOL 150 General Biology BIOL 230 General Zoology BIOL 240 Cell Biology BIOL 324 Microbiology BIOL 341 and BIOL 342 Anatomy and Physiology I and II MCATs include BIOL 350 Genetics Additional recommended Biology courses can include genetics immunology molecular biology and developmental biology Chemistry CHEM 121 and CHEM 122 General Chemistry 1 and 2 CHEM 231 CHEM 232 CHEM 236 CHEM 237 Organic Chemistry 1 and 2 Optometry School CHEM 361 Biochemistry Dental School CHEM 361 most with lab Medical School CHEM 361 and CHEM 362 strongly recommended Physics PHYS 151 and 156 Algebra Based Physics I and Lab PHYS 152 and PHYS 157 Algebra Based Physics II and Lab Math Optometry School Mathematics courses through MATH 166 Calculus a select few require a second semester of Calculus and Statistics Dental School No mathematics prerequisite but Geometry Algebra and Trigonometry are covered in the DAT Statistics is required Medical School Most require or recommend mathematics courses through MATH 166 Calculus and statistics Generals PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology COMS 101 Speech SOCI 100 ENGL 100 and ENGL 200 are usually required or strongly recommended Writing intensive or literature classes are also required by some Univ of MN Occupational Therapy OPTION B MINOR Biology requirements include BIOL 150 Cell and A and P Bio Greek and Latin There are no chemistry requirements Psychology PSYC 101 Intro PSYC 236 Child and Adolescent Psychology PSYC 336 Adulthood and Aging PSYC 325 Abnormal Psychology SOCI 101 Mathematics Statistics PHYS 151 and PHYS 157 Physical Therapy OPTION B MINOR consisting of

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  • Ordering Information | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Purchasing Purchasing Ineligible Vendors Ordering Information Procurement Card Information Procurement Card Training Introduction Step 2 How to Get a Card Step 3 Once You Receive the Card Step 4 When to Use the Card Step 5 When Not to Use the Card Step 6 Sales Tax Exemption Step 7 Resolving Disputes Discrepancies Step 8 Receipt Documentation Step 9 Lost Stolen or Canceling Card Purchasing Forms and Handbook Staff Ordering Information ALERT Please remember that OUR copier and toner cartridge vendors will NEVER call you about supplies Phone calls from spammers have been received claiming that supplies must be ordered due to warehouse shortages overstocks or for a variety of other reasons DO NOT order supplies from these people If you receive a call get the caller s identification and phone number if you can and report them to the Purchasing Office Office Supplies All office supplies must be purchased using Shop UW To get setup with an account follow the instructions for Shop UW below SHOP UW To register for an account complete an Application and route to Purchasing Services Newsletter Electronic Storefront for Fisher Scientific Grainger Sigma Aldrich Staples Unisource VWR And many more Toner Cartridges for Printers New Cartridges Order through Staples Re manufactured Recycled Toner Products Order through EIS Office Solutions Service Agreement Cartridges Direct Service Agreement Formally LaserSharp E mail David Kark or call 651 437 8855 New contract as of 7 1 12 is on a Time Material Basis Copiers Supplies Ricoh 1 800 432 9787 Services EO Johnson 1 800 472 7392 Printers Please contact DoTS for all printer orders 715 425 DOTS 3687 or DoTS uwrf edu Any printer issues should be reported to DoTS Paper Printer and copy paper

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