Winona State President to Speak on Civic Engagement
Wednesday, April 26
Cleary Center Great Hall
8:00 am—9:00 am.
All interested faculty and staff are invited to hear Dr. Judith Ramaley, President of Winona State University, speak on “Civic Engagement: A National Context for the Relationship Between Universities and Community Organizations.” Dr. Ramaley is a dynamic speaker who became the president of Winona State University in July 2005. Before coming to WSU she served as both president and professor of biology at the University of Vermont and Portland State University, among other distinct positions. Dr. Ramaley has a special interest in higher-education reform and has played a significant role in designing regional alliances to promote educational cooperation. This speech is the keynote address for a conference on service learning for local volunteer coordinators.
Graduate Thesis Award to be Named after Kuffels
Thomas S. Kuffel, professor of management at UW-L, and wife Mary Kuffel, MD, an alumnae of UW-L, have pledged $1,000 each year for the next five years to be given to one of the graduate thesis award recipients starting in 2007. The Graduate Council in consultation with UW-L Foundation will select the thesis award recipient each year in the spring. The generosity of Kuffel family is greatly appreciated for initiating the first graduate student award carrying a cash award.
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