News

Mar 2015

Many New Short Courses to be Offered in April

3/13/15By Barb Lang

Many short courses will be offered at University of Wisconsin-Barron County in Rice Lake at the end of March and in April.

The Personal Leadership course will meet on Tuesday evenings, March 31, April 7, 14, and 21 from 7:30 – 9:00 p.m....

JFC to Hold Hearing at UW-BC

3/13/15By Barb Lang

Wisconsin’s legislative Joint Finance Committee (JFC) will be holding four public hearings on the Governor’s 2015-2017 Biennial Budget in March.  The University of Wisconsin-Barron County has been chosen as one of the sites to host a public...

Peterson Recipient of Summer Research Grant

3/13/15By Barb Lang

Bradley Peterson, Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy at UW-Barron County, has been named as a recipient of a UW Colleges Summer Research Grant.

In the project, “Star Clusters in the Interacting Galaxy System Arp 261,” Dr....

Area High Schools to be Visited by Recruiter

3/6/15By UW-Barron County

An admissions representative from the University of Wisconsin-Barron County will be visiting area high schools throughout northwest Wisconsin during the spring semester.

Kevin Falkenberg, UW-BC Student Services Advisor, will be available...

Maple Syrup Making & Personal Leadership Classes to Meet in March

3/6/15By Barb Lang

A variety of enrichment courses will begin in March at UW-Barron County in Rice Lake. 

Maple Syrup Making is a two-part class that will meet on Wednesdays, March 11 and March 18. The first session will meet at UW-BC in room 228 Ritzinger...

Distinguished Alumnus Nominations Being Accepted

3/6/15By Barb Lang

UW-Barron County alumni whose achievements and contributions make a significant impact in their professions and communities are recognized each year by the UW-Barron County Foundation. Nominations for the 2015 UW-BC Distinguished Alumni award...

Discover UW-BC at Open House

3/6/15By Barb Lang

A Discover UW-BC open house event will be held at UW-Barron County in Rice Lake for high school juniors, seniors and their parents on Tuesday, March 17.

According to Chris Wylie, program coordinator, “If you are just starting to explore...

All Welcome to Participate in The Big Read

3/6/15By Barb Lang

University of Wisconsin-Barron County and the Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwa Community College (LCOOCC) are collaborating to host the “‘Winter in the Blood’ Big Read: A One World International Literature and Film Festival” that will focus on James...

Next Th@U to Discuss Ojibwe Society & Culture

3/6/15By UW-Barron County

The next presentation of the Thursdays @ the U Lecture Series will feature David Bissonette of LCO Community College speaking on “Changes Over Time in Ojibwe Society and Culture” on Thursday, March 12. This presentation will be held from 12:30 –...

Feb 2015

Spring Open House March 17

2/27/15By Barb Lang

A Discover UW-BC open house event will be held at UW-Barron County in Rice Lake for high school juniors, seniors and their parents on Tuesday, March 17.

According to Chris Wylie, program coordinator, “If you are just starting to explore...