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AUG. 19, 2005--A variety of cultural activities, academic programs, and entertainment throughout the fall semester 2005-06 is offered by the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Visit www.uwrf.edu for more information.

All events and courses are open to the public; some are free. Events, times, dates and costs subject to change; call the numbers listed for date confirmation and ticket prices. Mark your calendar for these highlights:

SEPTEMBER

3-6                    Welcome Week. Residence halls open Sept. 3.

3                       Comedy: Mission Improvable. Free. 6 & 8 p.m., North Hall Auditorium, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF leadership center at 715/425-4911.

3                       Student Move-In Day. All alumni are invited to help move new students into the dorms. It's a great way to greet new students and their families and revisit those beloved rooms. Shifts will be from 7 a .m. to 3 p.m., so alumni are invited to help out for an hour or so. Lunch and snacks will be served, and an alumni volunteer shirt will be provided. For more information call the office of University Advancement at 1-877-258-6647.

3                       Cross Country Reunion. All men and women cross-country alumni are invited to attend this annual reunion. 10 a.m., Ramer Field Sports Complex, UW-RF. For more information call 715/425-0705.

4                       Acoustic Performance: Jason LeVasseur. Free. 7:30 p.m, Brandy's, Student Center, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF leadership center at 715/425-4911.

5                       Hypnotist Frederick Winters. Free. 7 and 9:30 p.m., North Hall Auditorium, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF leadership center at 715/425-4911.

7                       Fall semester begins.

7 - 25               Art Exhibition featuring David Rich. Minneapolis College of Art and Design instructor's exhibition of paintings. Free. Gallery 101, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For gallery hours and more information, contact the UW-RF art department at 715-425-3266. Opening reception is Sept. 14 from 3 to 4 p.m. in Gallery 101.

7-10                  University Theatre: Shirley Valentine. A comedy about an ordinary middle-class English housewife who has an "adventure" in Greece, meets a Greek fisherman, and decides to stay. UW-RF Physics Professor Eileen Korenic performs this one-woman play directed by theatre Professor Gorden Hedahl. Adults $7, students/seniors $4. Blanche Davis Theatre, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For times, more info or season ticket info contact the University Box Office at 715/425-3114 or 800/228-5423 or visit www.uwrf.edu/scta .

7                       Online Wildlife Recreation Course. First of five courses offered online in the Wildlife Recreation and Nature Tourism Certificate program. Two credits to apply toward 15-credit graduate-level certificate. Offered in partnership with Watchable Wildlife Inc. For information on tuition and preregistration, call the UW-RF Outreach and Graduate Studies Office at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607.

9                       Comedian Michael Dean Ester. Free. 8 p.m., Brandy's, Student Center, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF leadership center at 715/425-4911.

12 - Nov. 28    SHRM® Human Resources Management Course. Course for human resource professionals and general manages to learn and review key concepts in human resource management and discuss current issues affecting the field. Course uses the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM®) Learning System. $995 includes SHRM® study guide and CD. Participants will receive 36 of 50 credits required for SHRM® recertification and those not certified will receive the knowledge foundation to complete the Professional in Human Resources or Senior Professional in Human Resource certification exam. Mondays, 6 - 9 p.m., 318 South Hall, UW-RF. For more information contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach.

13                     Community Classroom: The Species Invasion Threat. Learn about the every-growing list of invasive species like the zebra mussel, garlic mustard weed, and milfoil--all destructive species that occur in the wrong place at the wrong time because they have been moved there by people. Presented by Dr. John Wheeler of the UW-RF biology department and sponsored by UW-RF College of Arts and Sciences Outreach. Free. 7 - 8:30 p.m, River Falls Public Library, lower level. For more information contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach.

14                     Gallery Opening: Art Exhibition featuring David Rich. Minneapolis College of Art and Design instructor's exhibition of paintings. Free. 3 - 4 p.m., Gallery 101, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For gallery hours and more information, contact the UW-RF art department at 715-425-3266. Exhibit runs through Sept. 25.

14-15                2005 Synergy Conference. Sponsored by the UW System and PK-16 Consortium initiative focused on enhancing the economic, social, professional and cultural developments of the nine-county region in west-central Wisconsin. Conference fee is $79 before Aug. 31; $99 after that. 8:30 a.m., Sept. 14-15. Plaza Hotel & Suites, Eau Claire. To preregister, call UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education at 715/836-3636 or 1-866-UWEC4CE.

14, 21               Integrated Curriculum Workshops. Visiting Professor Victoria Biggs will present workshops on integrated curriculum. Workshops may be taken for credit. 4 - 7 p.m., Center for Teaching & Learning, Wyman Education Building, UW-RF. Fore more information or to preregister contact Gayle Ward at 715/425-0601.

15                     Rock Concert. Guests TBA. Free. 6:30 p.m., Wall Amphitheatre, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF leadership center at 715/425-4911.

17                     WebQuests Workshop. Visiting Professor Victoria Biggs will present a noncredit workshop exploring the online WebQuests courses. Geared to faculty, instructors, teachers and students. Free. 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Educational Tech Lab, Wyman Education Building, UW-RF. Fore more information or to preregister contact Gayle Ward at 715/425-0601.  

20                     River Falls Underground. Free. 8 p.m., Brandy's, Student Center, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF leadership center at 715/425-4911.

22                     Working Journalists Seminar. Greg Borowski, reporter from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and author of "First and Long: A Black School, A White School and Their Season of Dreams." In his book, Borowski chronicles the journey of a unique high school football team in Milwaukee during its first season. Free. 7 p.m., UW-RF, place TBA. For more information contact the UW-RF journalism department, 715/425-3169.

23                     Vicky Emerson in Concert . Free. 7:30 p.m., William Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info call 715/425-3183 or visit www.uwrf.edu/music/welcome.html.

24                     Student Leadership Conference: Leadership 05, The Ride of Your Life. 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., UW-RF. For more information and registration, contact the UW-RF Leadership Center at 715/425-4911.

25                     Michael Watson Recital . Free. 3 p.m., William Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info call 715/425-3183 or visit www.uwrf.edu/music/welcome.html.

26 - 29             Observatory Viewing: A Tilted Earth--Equinoxes and Solstices. Talk at 8:30 p.m. by Physics Professor Eileen Korenic in Room 271 Centennial Science Hall; talk is held the first clear night only of each set. Free. Viewing 9 - 11 p.m., Monday - Thursday, clear nights only, UW-RF Observatory, Centennial Science Hall. For weather updates, call 715/425-3560 or visit www.uwrf.edu/physics/obsviewtime.html

27 - Nov. 15    Global Kids: Chinese. Kids spend eight weeks exploring the Chinese language and culture. Kindergarteners - 2 nd graders, 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. or 3 rd - 5 th graders, 4:45 - 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays, 177 Centennial Science Hall, UW-RF. $95 per session or $149 for two sessions. For more information or to register, contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach .

27 - Nov. 15    Global Kids: Spanish. Kids spend eight weeks exploring the Spanish language and culture. Kindergarteners - 2 nd graders, 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. or 3 rd - 5 th graders, 4:45 - 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays, 165 Centennial Science Hall, UW-RF. $95 per session or $149 for two sessions. For more information or to register, contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach .

27 - Nov. 15    Global Kids: French. Kids spend eight weeks exploring the French language and culture. Kindergarteners - 2 nd graders, 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. or 3 rd - 5 th graders, 4:45 - 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays, 129 RDI Building, UW-RF. $95 per session or $149 for two sessions. For more information or to register, contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach .

29 - Nov. 17    Global Kids: German. Kids spend eight weeks exploring the German language and culture. Kindergarteners - 2 nd graders, 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. or 3 rd - 5 th graders, 4:45 - 5:30 p.m. Thursdays, 129 RDI Building, UW-RF. $95 for one session or $149 for two sessions. For more information or to register, contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach .

29 - Nov. 17    Global Kids: Japanese. Kids spend eight weeks exploring the Japanese language and culture. Kindergarteners - 2 nd graders, 3:45 - 4:30 p.m. or 3 rd - 5 th graders, 4:45 - 5:30 p.m. Thursdays, 165 Centennial Science Hall, UW-RF. $95 for one session or $149 for two sessions. For more information or to register, contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach .

29 - Nov. 17    Grants and Proposal Writing Workshop. Learn valuable proposal-writing skills, explore funding sources, inquiry letters, proposal narratives, budgets and more. The course is offered for credit, but a limited number of non-credit registrations are available. Thursdays, 4:30-6:30 p.m., Sept. 29 - Nov. 17, Room 329 Ag Science, UW-RF. Course can be taken at Cumberland, Spring Valley and Grantsburg high schools through ITV. Cost is $379 non-credit or graduate credit option; for more information and registration, contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach .

29                     UW-RF Wyman Series: Avishai Cohen. A bassist for Chick Corea, Cohen is at home with conservatory jazz, African beats, funk and folk. He has accompanied other jazz musicians of note: Bobby McFerrin, Roy Hargrove, Alicia Keys and Herbie Hancock. He's also performed with the London Philharmonic, the Israel Philharmonic and the Boston Pops Symphony. For more info visit www.avishaimusic.com or http://www.uwrf.edu/leadership/wyman.html. $5 adults; $3 age 18 and under; free to UW-RF students. 8 p.m., Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. Wyman season tickets available; for more information call the UW-RF Leadership Center at 715/425-4911.

29 - Oct. 23     UW-RF Printmaking Invitational. Free exhibit with invited artists. Gallery 101, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info and exhibit opening date, contact the UW-RF art department at 715/425-3266.

OCTOBER

•  Rolling Down the River With Alumni & Friends. All alumni and friends of UW-River Falls are invited on a St. Croix River cruise and to meet new Chancellor Don Betz. 10:45 a.m. - 2 p.m., Afton Cruise Lines at the Historic Afton House in Afton, Minn. Cost TBD; tickets are available on a limited basis; contact the Office of University Advancement at 1-877-258-6647 for more information.

3 - Nov. 11      ESL Strategies for Mainstream Teachers . Learn effective teaching methods for English language learners. This online course offers a wealth of specific knowledge and an array of practical skills; one graduate credit available. Meets online only; students pay Wisconsin tuition. For more information contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach.

4                       Community Classroom: What is Sunday Morning TV Teaching Our Kids? Uncover the hidden race and gender messages in children's television and increase your awareness of these messages. Gain a greater understanding of what children are watching, not just on the surface, but in the subtle and not-so-subtle messages conveyed in programming and commercials. Presented by Dr. Jennifer Willis-Rivera of the UW-RF speech communication and theatre arts department and sponsored by UW-RF College of Arts and Sciences Outreach. Free. 7 - 8:30 p.m, River Falls Public Library, lower level. For more information contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach.

7                       Alumni Reunion at the Dairy Expo Convention. A reception co-sponsored by the UW-RF College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences Alumni Association will be held for all alumni and friends attending Dairy Expo. Dane County Coliseum, Madison. For more information contact the Office of University Advancement at 1-877-258-6647.

11                     Comedian: Ant. Free. 8 p.m.,   North Hall Auditorium, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF leadership center at 715/425-4911.

12 - 14             UW-RF Outdoor Art Installations. Art students create installations for viewing at various venues on campus grounds. Free. UW-RF. For more info, contact the UW-RF art department at 715/425-3266.

•                   Alumni Reunion at the Northwest Wisconsin Education Association

Convention. A reception for alumni and friends will be held in conjunction with the regional teachers' convention. Room 258, Eau Claire (Wis.) Memorial High School. For more information contact the Office of University Advancement at 1-877-258-6647.

15-19                25 th Annual Food Microbiology Symposium & Workshop. Current concepts in foodborne pathogens and rapid/automated methods in food microbiology. Sponsored by the UW-RF College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences department of animal and food science. For registration and more information e-mail foodmicro@uwrf.edu or call 715/425-3785.

17                     Community Classroom: Does God Play Dice? 100 Years After Einstein. Help celebrate the World Year of Physics for an uncomplicated discussion of the incredible and mysterious phenomena in the field of quantum mechanics. A century ago, one of Einstein's influential papers laid the foundation for the field. Presented by Dr. Matthew Vonk of the UW-RF physics department and sponsored by UW-RF College of Arts and Sciences Outreach. Free. 7 - 8:30 p.m, River Falls Public Library, lower level. For more information contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach.

18                     UW-RF Wyman Series: Jawaahir Dance Company. Jawaahir, meaning "jewels" in Arabic, brings the facets of Middle Eastern dance to the stage. From lively rhythms of rural Egypt to glittering courts of the Ottoman Empire, Jawaahir captures the essential spirit with contemporary pieces rooted in the traditional dance of the culture. For more info visit www.jawaahir.org or http://www.uwrf.edu/leadership/wyman.html. $5 adults; $3 age 18 and under; free to UW-RF students. 8 p.m., Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. Wyman season tickets available; for more information call the UW-RF Leadership Center at 715/425-4911.

19                     2005 Career Fair. 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Karges Gymnasium, UW-RF.

Free to attendees. Registration fee for employers is $110 by Sept. 1; $125 thereafter. Includes booth with table, parking, refreshments, lunch for one representative. For more information and to register, contact cfcoordinator@uwrf.edu or 715/425-3572.

20                     Mentalist: Craig Karges. Free. 8 p.m., North Hall Auditorium, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF leadership center at 715/425-4911.

23                     St. Croix Valley Community Orchestra . Directed by UW-RF music faculty member Craig Hara. Adults $5; seniors $3; all students $2; 5 & under free. 3 p.m., William Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info call 715/425-3183 or visit www.uwrf.edu/music/welcome.html.

24 - 27             Observatory Viewing: Happy 15 th Anniversary--The Hubble Space Telescope. Talk at 8:30 p.m. by Physics Professor Eileen Korenic in Room 271 Centennial Science Hall; talk is held the first clear night only of each set. Free. Viewing 9 - 11 p.m., Monday - Thursday, clear nights only, UW-RF Observatory, Centennial Science Hall. For weather updates, call 715/425-3560 or visit www.uwrf.edu/physics/obsviewtime.html

25 - Nov. 3      UW-RF Arts Students' Impromptu Exhibition. Students exhibit work created during the current semester. Free. Gallery 101, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info and exhibit opening date, contact the UW-RF art department at 715/425-3266.

26                     Distinguished Alumnus Day. Celebrate the accomplishments of the UW-RF's distinguished alumni. Meet the 2005 Distinguished Alumnus Dr. Steve Swensen, a 1978 graduate. An internationally renowned cancer researcher, He is professor and head of radiology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. 10 a.m. to noon, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF.

27                     Convocation Student Recital. Free. 3:15 p.m., William Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info call 715/425-3183 or visit www.uwrf.edu/music/welcome.html.

27-28                Supervisory Management Workshop. This workshop is part of a series offered as a noncredit professional development opportunity for a variety of managers, team leaders, new supervisors and individuals wanting to move into a management role. The first workshops features four topics: management in the 21 st century, effective professional dialogue, planning and goal-setting, and problem-solving and decision-making. $99. 8:30 - 5 p.m., 129 RDI Building, UWRF. For more information contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach.

27-29, 31 Nov. 2-5 University Theatre: The Rocky Horror Show. Enjoy the play version of the sci-fi, kitschy, goth-inspired rock-n-roll movie, Rocky Horror Picture Show. Audience interaction guaranteed: cascading toilet paper and all the trimmings. For mature audiences. Adults $10, students/seniors $6. Blanche Davis Theatre, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info, times and season ticket info contact the University Box Office at 715/425-3114 or 800/228-5423 or visit www.uwrf.edu/scta .

29                     Homecoming. Mark your calendar and join friends and alumni of UW-RF for a tailgate celebration under Freddy's Tent at the Ramer Field Sports Complex. Other scheduled events include an alumni and friends coffee hour, campus tours and various class reunions before and after the football game against UW-Platteville. Game time, 1 p.m., Ramer Field Sports Complex, UW-RF. For game tickets, call 715/425-3900. For more information about Homecoming special events contact the Office of University Advancement at 1-877-258-6647.

29                     Athletic Hall of Fame Reunion and Dinner. A reception, dinner and awards ceremony to honor the 2005 inductees into the UW-RF Athletic Hall of Fame. 5 p.m., Rodli Commons, UW-RF. Cost TBD; for reservations and more information, contact the Office of University Advancement at 1-877-258-6647.

30                     Homecoming Concert featuring the UW-RF Choirs, UW-F Alumni Choir and UW-RF Symphony Band . Directed by music faculty J.W. Park, Sara Parks, Kristin Tjornehoj and Elliot Wold. Adults $5; seniors $3; all students $2; 5 & under free. 3 p.m., William Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info call 715/425-3183 or visit www.uwrf.edu/music/welcome.html.

NOVEMBER

2                       UW-RF Wyman Series: Speaker John Crawford. Crawford joined the National Guard in Florida as a means to a college education. On his honeymoon and two credits shy of graduation from Florida State University, he was deployed to Iraq. His forthcoming book, "The Last True Story I'll Every Tell," is his exposé of life in Iraq. His book began as a series of essays while he was stationed in occupied Baghdad. For more info visit www.thelavinagency.com/college/johncrawford.html or http://www.uwrf.edu/leadership/wyman.html. $5 adults; $3 age 18 and under; free to UW-RF students. 8 p.m., North Hall Auditorium, UW-RF. Wyman season tickets available; for more information call the UW-RF Leadership Center at 715/425-4911.

3                       Spoken Word Artist: Gemineye . Free. 8 p.m., Brandy's, Student Center, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF leadership center at 715/425-4911.

5                       Family Day 2005. Families of students are invited to campus to sample the life of their college student. Activities, demonstrations, tours and other events planned. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., UW-RF. Contact the Student Leadership Center for more information, 715/425-4911 or visit http://www.uwrf.edu/leadership/newstudent/family.html.

7 - 13               Senior Show I. Free. Gallery 101, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info and exhibit opening date, contact the UW-RF art department at 715/425-3266.

14                     Community Classroom: The Koran and the New Testament. Current events have brought us face-to-face with the Muslim world. Gain a better understanding of the religion of Islam and how it compares to Christianity. Presented by Dr. Imtiaz Moosa of the UW-RF history and philosophy department and sponsored by UW-RF College of Arts and Sciences Outreach. Free. 7 - 8:30 p.m, River Falls Public Library, lower level. For more information contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach.

15                     Comedian: Robbie Printz. Free. 8 p.m., Brandy's, Student Center, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF leadership center at 715/425-4911.

16 - 23             Senior Show II. Free. Gallery 101, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info and exhibit opening date, contact the UW-RF art department at 715/425-3266.

17                     Convocation Student Recital. Free. 3:15 p.m., William Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info call 715/425-3183 or visit www.uwrf.edu/music/welcome.html.

20                     Old Timer's Reunion. All graduates from the 1972 era and earlier are invited to spend the afternoon with friends reliving campus memories. Rodli Commons, UW-RF. Contact the Office of University Advancement at 1-877-258-6647 for more information.

28 - Dec. 1       Observatory Viewing: The Star of Bethlehem. Talk at 7:30 p.m. by Physics Professor Eileen Korenic in Room 271 Centennial Science Hall; talk is held the first clear night only of each set. Free. Viewing 8-10 p.m., Monday - Thursday, clear nights only, UW-RF Observatory, Centennial Science Hall. For weather updates, call 715/425-3560 or visit www.uwrf.edu/physics/obsviewtime.html

29                     Cultivating Community: A Place to Set Roots. The fourth annual

community forum focuses on livable places--how and why they are

created by people who are rooted in their values and commitment to a place. Keynote speaker is Maryo Gard Ewell, daughter of Robert Gard, the author of the book "Grassroots Theater: A Search for Regional Arts in America." Co-sponsored by UW-RF, the Phipps Center for the Arts, and the St. Croix Community Foundation. 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., Phipps Center for the Arts, Hudson. For more information contact the Office of Outreach and Graduate Studies at 715/425-3256 or 1-800-228-5607 or visit www.uwrf.edu/outreach .

30 - Dec. 15     Student/Faculty Scholarship Art Sale. Find holiday gifts and art at this

annual holiday season sale. A part of proceeds go toward UW-RF art department scholarships. Gallery 101, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info, contact the UW-RF art department at 715/425-3266.

DECEMBER

1                       Acoustic Performance: Austin Willacy. Free. 8 p.m., Brandy's, Student Center, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF leadership center at 715/425-4911.

4                       Holiday Concert featuring the UW-RF Choirs and the St. Croix Valley Community Orchestra. Directed by UW-RF faculty J.W. Park, Sarah Parks, Paul Schaefer and Kristin Tjornehoj. $5 adults; $3 seniors; $2 all students; 5 & under free. 8 p.m., Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more information and tickets contact the UW-RF music department at 715/425-3183 or email music@uwrf.edu .

5                       Holiday Concert featuring the UW-RF Choirs and the St. Croix Valley Community Orchestra. Directed by UW-RF faculty J.W. Park, Sarah Parks, and Kristin Tjornehoj. $5 adults; $3 seniors; $2 all students; 5 & under free. 3 & 8 p.m., Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more information and tickets contact the UW-RF music department at 715/425-3183 or email music@uwrf.edu .

6                       New Music Ensembles. Directed by UW-RF faculty member Patti Cudd. Free. 3 p.m., Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF music department at 715/425-3183 or email music@uwrf.edu .

7                       UW-RF Wyman Series: Tom Schuch,   "Einstein: A Stage Portrait." This award-winning play, set in 1946,   brings to life the brilliant, dedicated and controversial theoretical physicist. At age 26, Einstein set the world on its collective ear with his Special Theory of Relativity. For more info visit www.spoli.com or http://www.uwrf.edu/leadership/wyman.html. $5 adults; $3 age 18 and under; free to UW-RF students. 8 p.m., North Hall Auditorium, UW-RF. Wyman season tickets available; for more information call the UW-RF Leadership Center at 715/425-4911.

6                       Percussion Ensemble Concert. Directed by UW-RF faculty member Patti Cudd. Free. 8 p.m., Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF music department at 715/425-3183 or email music@uwrf.edu .

8-10, 15-17      University Theatre: How I Learned to Drive. This 1998 Pulitizer Prize-winning play by Paul Vogel is a wildly funny, suprising and devastating tale of survival as seen through the lens of a troubled relationship between a young woman and an older man. For mature audiences. Adults $7, students/seniors $4. Blanche Davis Theatre, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more info, times and season ticket info contact the University Box Office at 715/425-3114 or 800/228-5423 or visit www.uwrf.edu/scta .

15                     Convocation Student Recital. Free. 3 p.m., Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF music department at 715/425-3183 or email music@uwrf.edu .

15                     Symphony Band Concert. Directed by UW-RF faculty member Craig Hara. $5 adults; $3 seniors; $2 all students; 5 & under free. 8 p.m., Abbott Concert Hall, Kleinpell Fine Arts Building, UW-RF. For more information contact the UW-RF music department at 715/425-3183 or email music@uwrf.edu .

17                     Fall Commencement. 2 p.m. Robert P. Knowles Arena, UW-RF.

19-23                Final Exams

24- Jan. 23       Semester Break

26 - Jan. 20      January Term

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