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  • Student Support Services | 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 Academic Success Center Student Support Services Student Support Services Apply to SSS Events Forms Resources Staff Student Support Services Student Support Services is a project designed to help students maximize their academic potential and achieve their academic and personal goals Our program provides the encouragement information and positive support that make our offices a home away from home for our students Program Benefits Knowledgeable and committed coaches Early Grade Awareness Reports Academic and study skill support Cultural activities Financial literacy budgets credit cards student loan guidance FAFSA assistance Professional development resume interview skills internships networking and graduate school exploration Service projects and leadership development Referrals and connections to other campus resources SSS Grant Aid Community of first generation scholars Apply for Student Support Services SSS serves 200 eligible students at the University of Wisconsin River Falls SSS improves the retention and graduation of the students it serves In 2013 14 92 of participants were in good academic standing and 84 graduation or returned to UWRF for Fall 2014 Student Support Services is funded by

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/AcademicSuccess/SSS/Index.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • The Richard D. Swensen Sundial | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Sundial Construction of the Richard D Swensen Sundial Design of the Richard D Swensen Sundial How to read the Richard D Swensen Sundial Images of the Richard D Swensen Sundial Location of the Richard D Swensen Sundial Time Lapse Sequence The Richard D Swensen Sundial Attached to the south wall of the Kleinpell Fine Arts Building the sundial was placed in recognition of the services of Richard D Swensen who joined the River Falls faculty in 1955 and served as chairman of the chemistry department and from 1969 to 1988 as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences In 1988 he returned to teaching and retired in 1993 As dean he instituted faculty exchanges both in Europe and the Pacific Rim and brought numerous internationally recognized individuals and groups to the campus He was named as UWRF Distinguished Professor by the Johnson Foundation and was chosen Distinguished Teacher of the Year in 1970 He led workshops or consulted with chemistry and physics departments in Taiwan China Japan Korea and Poland He served two terms as chair of the University Faculty Council predecessor of the Faculty Senate and three terms on the River Falls School Board In June of 1970 Dean Swensen Grace Swensen and their six children went on a camping trip to Europe including time in Heidelberg Germany It was during the visit to the castle in Heidelberg that Dean Swensen saw the large vertical face sundial on the wall of the castle Immediately the large 39 high x 58 wide south facing wall of the Fine Arts building at River Falls came to mind as an appropriate location for a sundial The vertical sundial was designed by Dr John Shepherd a member of the physics department It represents fields in which Dr Swensen is keenly interested Science

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  • Surplus Property Program | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 Sustainability Surplus Property Program Surplus Property Program Departmental Process Sales and Auctions Policies UW Surplus Programs Surplus Property Program The Surplus Property Program at the University of Wisconsin River Falls is designed to remove items from campus buildings that are no longer used or needed in an environmentally and fiscally responsible manner The goals of the Surplus Property Program are to promote item reuse and to divert items from going into a landfill Surplus Property Process Items in good condition that are collected are often issued back to a different campus department in an effort to reduce campus expenses of having to buy something new For more information on how to send an item to surplus or how to get an item from surplus for an on campus department please visit the Departmental Process page Items that are not issued back to campus are then sold through online auctions or a surplus sale held on campus For more information on

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/Sustainability/SurplusPropertyProgram/Index.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Sustainability | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF Sustainability Sustainability News and Events Campus Initiatives and Performance Indicators Alternative Fuels and Transportation CarShare by Enterprise Benchmarks and Databases Energy and Water Conservation Stormwater Management Food Systems and Production Recycling Composting and Waste Reduction Confidential Shredding UWRF Sustainability Timeline Green Careers and Entrepreneurship Surplus Property Program Departmental Process Sales and Auctions Policies UW Surplus Programs Sustainability Curriculum Curriculum Available Courses Pedagogy Sustainability Faculty Fellows Sustainability Working Group SWG Sustainability We endeavor to engage students faculty staff and the wider community through hands on educational and volunteer opportunities to further expand our shared integrity as socially economically and environmentally responsible citizens We envision UW River Falls to be a leading climate negative university using simple elegant and affordable solutions to reduce our campus carbon footprint Preserving our community s uniquely rural identity while honoring the cultural heritage of every community member to deepen the diversity of experiences our students are exposed to The curricula across departments to reflect our commitment to sustainability and the campus as a living and learning laboratory A student body renowned for their participation in fulfilling their responsibility and potential to create a better world We value the core American values of self sufficiency and resourcefulness all grounded in accountability for self family neighborhood community and country UWRF Receives STARS Silver Rating for Sustainability Achievements UWRF Receives A Rating from Sustainable Endowments Institute 52 Best Overall Grades UWRF Report Card Sustainability Degree Programs 2013 Permaculture Design Certificate Course AASHE Blog Thu Jan 28 6 01 am Major University Towns Seek University Partners to Improve Energy Efficiency in Off Campus Rental Housing Wed Jan 13 Check out the new STARS Benchmarking Charts Tue Jan 12 Takeaways from UConn at COP21 Fri Jan 8 Letter from Sierra Editor

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/Sustainability/Index.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Sustainable Management Certificate | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Employment Health Wellness Safety Security Parking Transportation Services Resources Athletics Falcon Athletics Athletics Schedule Recruit Me Purchase Tickets Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory 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 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 Sustainable Management Certificate Program Overview Program Curriculum for Certificates Sustainable Management Science Certificate 12 credits SMGT 310 Ecology for Sustainable Management 3 cr SMGT 315 Global Environmental Chemistry 3 cr SMGT 320 Energy for Sustainable Management 3 cr SMGT 325 Natural Resource Management 3 cr Sustainable Enterprise Management Certificate 15 credits SMGT 230 Triple Bottom Line Accounting for Managers 3 cr SMGT 235 Economics in Society and Sustainability 3 cr SMGT 331 Sustainable Organizational Finance 3 cr SMGT 430 International Management for a Sustainable World 3

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  • Sustainable Management | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    individuals with an associate degree who want to complete their bachelor s degree and are passionate about a healthy environment strong profitability and vital communities coexisting now and in the future Features All courses are provided online There are no campus visits or face to face meeting requirements You can start your program at anytime and take classes as a full time or part time student A personal consultation will determine how your previous college credits may be applied to your degree Choose to either complete a bachelor s degree or professional certificates in two key areas Back to top Program Curriculum For the bachelor s degree you would add up to 60 transferable credits or your associate degree from an accredited institution to your degree plan and then take the following required courses for a total of 123 credits The two certificates only require the courses listed below Bachelor of Science Degree Degree Requirements 63 total credits The Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Management consists of 21 courses Each student is required to successfully complete all 21 courses to graduate There are no electives in the program The Capstone course is usually taken in the last semester Each course is worth three credits SMGT 115 Environmental Science and Sustainability SMGT 220 Systems Thinking SMGT 230 Triple Bottom Line Accounting for Managers SMGT 235 Economics in Society and Sustainability SMGT 240 Technical Writing for Sustainable Management SMGT 310 Ecology for Sustainable Management SMGT 315 Global Environmental Chemistry SMGT 320 Energy for Sustainable Management SMGT 325 Natural Resource Management SMGT 330 Marketing for a Sustainable World SMGT 331 Sustainable Organizational Finance SMGT 332 Economics of Environmental Sustainability SMGT 335 Management and Environmental Information Systems SMGT 340 Organizational Behavior and Sustainability SMGT 350 Operations Management and Sustainability SMGT 360 Environmental and Sustainability Policy SMGT 370 Logistics Supply Chain Management and Sustainability SMGT 430 International Management for a Sustainable World SMGT 435 International Development and Sustainability SMGT 460 Environment and Society SMGT 495 Sustainable Management Capstone Prerequisites College Algebra MATH 146 or equivalent Statistics MATH 216 MATH 226 ECON 226 or equivalent Chemistry any UWRF Chemistry course or equivalent Biology any UWRF Biology course or equivalent Introductory Communications COMS 101 COMS 116 or equivalent Professional Certificates Program Curriculum for Certificates Sustainable Management Science Certificate 12 credits SMGT 310 Ecology for Sustainable Management 3 cr SMGT 315 Global Environmental Chemistry 3 cr SMGT 320 Energy for Sustainable Management 3 cr SMGT 325 Natural Resource Management 3 cr Sustainable Enterprise Management Certificate 15 credits SMGT 230 Triple Bottom Line Accounting for Managers 3 cr SMGT 235 Economics in Society and Sustainability 3 cr SMGT 331 Sustainable Organizational Finance 3 cr SMGT 430 International Management for a Sustainable World 3 cr Select one from SMGT 335 Management Environmental Information Systems 3 cr SMGT 350 Operations Management and Sustainability 3 cr Back to top Tuition Fees and Financial Aid Tuition is 390 per credit for the sustainable management classes Tuition rates for other courses are available at

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  • River Falls Taxi | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Involvement Opportunities Sports Recreation Global Opportunities Student Employment Health Wellness Safety Security Parking Transportation Services Resources Athletics Falcon Athletics Athletics Schedule Recruit Me Purchase Tickets Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory 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 Transportation Transportation Bicycle Rental Ride Share Board Twin Cities Shuttle CarShare by Enterprise River Falls Taxi Airport Shuttle International Students River Falls Taxi Round trip taxi service is provided at no charge with the presentation of a valid UW River Falls student I D to the following locations for details visit the Student Health and Counseling Services taxi web page River Falls Medical Clinic Pierce County Reproductive Health Services Saint Croix Valley Sexual Assault Response Team Center 1343 N Main Street River Falls Trips within River Falls cost 2 75 per person The taxi will travel up to 5 miles out of River Falls city limits for an additional 2 00 per mile To use the taxi service call at least 1 hour in advance

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  • Teacher Education | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    prepares students to be leaders in education Through comprehensive programs staffed by experts in their respective fields the department develops creative ethical and skillful educators who value diversity social justice and hard work The University of Wisconsin River Falls Advantage Our university s unique location just thirty minutes from the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St Paul means students receive hundreds of hours of teaching experience in rural suburban and urban schools Our graduates receive their Wisconsin teacher s license upon completing their bachelor s degree which means they will not need to return for additional licensure tests and instruction after graduation With a student faculty ratio of 19 1 UWRF students receive hands on personal instruction Expect to be on a first name basis with your professor The Consortium for Overseas Student Teaching or COST program provides students with the opportunity to s pend half of a semester teaching abroad on one of five continents Our undergraduates have the opportunity to broaden their teaching skills by working in countries like India South Africa France and Australia Our Programs Teacher Education students can be found in nearly every department on campus Our programs include a diverse selection of majors and minors in areas like chemistry dance education art and economics Students in our early childhood elementary and secondary education programs receive comprehensive instruction to become mindful and respected practitioners in their field We offer working professionals an early childhood education degree completion and certification program a graduate reading program and a principal licensure program with flexible online night and weekend classes Our novel STEMteach program allows candidates with science technology engineering and math expertise to become teachers in middle and high schools Meanwhile we are the only public university in the country with a Montessori graduate program for elementary education

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