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Last updated: Friday, 21-Feb-2003 19:45:53 CST

Sept. 5, 2003


Zaborowski Elected to International Post

Dean Leon M. Zaborowski of Outreach and Graduate Studies at UW-River Falls, has been elected treasurer of the Learning Resources Network, an international association in continuing education and outreach.

LERN is the largest continuing education association in the world with more than 4,000 members in over 20 counties, according to LERN president, William A. Draves. Zaborowski and the other 10 LERN board members come from Australia, Canada and the United States.

"We're pleased and fortunate to have Lee Zaborowski's great talents and experience in the senior leadership of our organization," said Kim Roberts of the University of Western Australia, and chair of the LERN board of directors. "His forward looking leadership and expertise in running an outstanding continuing education unit is important as we position our association for success in the 21st century," he added.

Through the Outreach and Graduate Studies Office, UW-River Falls provides a variety of professional development opportunities and graduate degree and certificate programs for educators, business professionals, lifelong learners and youths in West Central Wisconsin and the eastern suburbs of the Twin Cities.

For more information on program offerings, visit the web site at http://www.uwrf.edu/outreach or call 715/425-3256 or 800-228-5607.

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