With a deep commitment to UWL's tradition and innovation, our purpose is to engage alumni, friends, corporations, and foundations to raise the financial support necessary to advance the University’s mission and vision.
Events on campus and in the community are some of the ways we show our appreciation and engage UWL donors and friends.
Emeriti Faculty Breakfast
Monthly breakfast and speaker events are offered during the academic year (September-December and February-May). Retirees and Emeriti receive an invitation through their Eagle email account. If you are not currently receiving the notification, please contact ITS so they may correct the problem.
September 1, 2016, Retiree Breakfast event at Eagle Hall: three rooms were named for the Baird Sisters, Myrtle Trowbridge and Emma Wilder.
Scholarship & Awards Reception
Takes place each spring during the third week of April.
Annual Donor Recognition Events
Information coming soon!
The UW-La Crosse Distinguished Lecture Series in Physics (DLS) is co-sponsored by the UW-La Crosse Foundation, the Department of Physics, the College of Science and Health, and Wettstein's.
The purpose of the series is to bring to La Crosse each year a world-renowned physicist whose significant accomplishments and communication skills can inspire and enrich the careers of students, faculty, and the community in general.
On October 26-27, 2017, Dr. Michael Kosterlitz, co-winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics, will be the 18th Nobel Laureate to visit UW-La Crosse. Lectures are open to the public.
Prairie Springs Speaker Series
Wednesday, November 14: 6pm - Hesprich Auditorium, Graff Main Hall