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Chancellor Don Betz, State of the University, 2006.

Video footage of the Spring 2006 Opening Meeting. Remarks by shared governance leaders including Barbara Wemer, Sarah Egerstrom, Gail Anderson, and Nick Cluppert. (00:25:00) Chancellor Don Betz, discusses happenings on campus, initiatives and accomplishments, and other campus news items. (01:15:48) END

Colt Barn Dedication, 2002.

Video of the dedication of the new Colt Barn on Campus Farm 1, remarks and welcome by Chancellor Ann Lydecker, Young Horse Training Facility, discussing the history and success of the program and the students. (0:03:11) guest speakers, William Rost President of the UWRF Foundation, Jenniffer Easton, Larry Kaster,Shelia Harsdorff, Gerard Randall Jr., and Steve Witman (00:42:22) END

Daniel Brandenstein Campus Visit, 1986.

Captain Daniel C. Brandenstein, a graduate of UW-River Falls, in 1965 returned to his alma mater for a lecture on his distinguished career as a NASA Astronaut. Chancellor Gary Thibodeau introduces Captain Brandenstein who then presents the chancellor and the University with gifts, most of which can be found in the University Archives. START (00:09:34)Captain Brandenstein discusses his missions to space along with slide images (00:59:35) the video cuts back to the lecture with a Q&A, questions from the audience are not audible. 1:10:12 Closing comments from Chancellor Thibodeau. (1:10:56)

Inauguration of Chancellor Don Betz, April 2, 2006.

Video of the Inauguration Ceremony and proceedings for Chancellor Don Betz as the 16th Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin River Falls. START (00:00:07) Procession accompanied by the Chamber singers. (00:08:17) presided by Regent Danae Davis, addresses and remarks by platform guests, UWRF Alumni, Rod Nilsestuen, Don Richards, and Sarah Egerstrom, and other UW System representatives included, Kevin Reilly. (02:01:53) END

Memorial Service for Chancellor Ann Lydecker, 2004.

Video footage of the Memorial Service for Chancellor Ann Lydecker held in the Karges Center Gym. (00:12:57) Speakers and remarks by guests led by Pastor Bill Montgomery, speakers included, Barbara Lawton, Lieutenant Governor, Kathryn Lyall, UW System President, Guy A. Gottschalk member of the Board of Regents, W. Bruce Shepard, Chancellor, UW Green Bay, Matthew J. Schuelke, President, UWRF Student Senate, Jefferey M. McCardle, Chair, UWRF Foundation, Virgil C. Nylander, UWRF Vice Chancellor Emeritus, Rosemary Moore, Albert Ruesink, Bill Lydecker. (1:03:27) END

Multicultural Student Issues and Campus Climate at UWRF, 1992.

Video footage of students voicing their concerns relating to minorities on campus. (00:33:20) Faculty and staff experiences on campus and in the classrooms. (00:41:31) video interview of a non-traditional student experience, their awareness of diversity resources, and initiatives on campus.(00:46:19) END

New Student Union Ground Breaking Ceremony, 2005.

Video footage of the groundbreaking ceremony for the New Student Union (Student Center). Opening remarks by Interim Chancellor Virgil Nylander, a brief overview of the project's development, and the official groundbreaking. (0:27:46) END

St. Croix Valley of the Future, Regulation, Planning and Growth, 2001.

Video of a panel presentation on the regional planning and development of the St. Croix River Valley. The event was part of a week-long event to celebrate the inauguration of Chancellor Ann Lydecker. Introduction and welcome by Chancellor Ann Lydecker. This panel discussion was part of the inauguration week events for Chancellor Lydecker. Dr. Glen Potts hosted the panel. (01:40:28) END

Teen University, 1993-1995.

This video consists of three parts and was produced by students in the Television Production class at Teen University. 1993, including broadcasting journalism class, cartooning class, theatre, and drama. (00:28:47) 1994, including mock court, television production, scuba, music, art, and languages. (01:05:06) 1995, includes television production, scuba diving, archeology, French, decorative beadwork of the Dakota and Ojibway tribes, silk, and screen printing. (1:29:05) END

Unity in the Community, 1997.

Unity in the Community was a spring festival that celebrated the diversity on our campus, among our neighbors and in our world. Video includes the opening of the festival and introduces the programs and events happening on campus. (03:18) remarks by Robert Milam, Provost and Vice Chancellor. (10:25) Unveiling of a student art project. (13:25) Womens Chior performance. 25:50 Mandy Fox, Diversity Educaiton Cordinator provides an announcement on the programs events. (32:45) footage of the campus mall outside of Hagestad Student Center, Habitat for Humanity campus build out sie of South Hall. (34:51 END)

Up Close and Personal: Haunted Wisconsin and UFO's

Student-faculty coffee talks. (03:23) Interview with Robert Hastings, Ufologist campus speaker. (07:27) Coffee Talks: Haunted Wisconsin and UFO's, panel includes Earl Blodgett, Carmen Vega, Linda Alvarez, Jim Madsen ,and Rik Seefeldt. Host Sarah Hickman. (47:32 END)

Up Close and Personal: Latino Heritage

Lisha Mclean introduces the Latino Student Organization. Students talk about what it means to be Latino and Hispanic, why they joined the student organization, and some misconceptions of the Southern and Latin American culture. (10:55) Latin Sound Group hosted by the organization. (11:52) Carmen Coballes Vega demonstratiuon of making Puerto Rican rice and pigeon peas, or Arroz corn Gandules. (24:53 END)

Up Close and Personal: Veterans Day

Host John Beizuns introduces the program "what does it mean to be a veteran on a college campus today". Scene of veterans day ceremony. (01:55) Beizuns' interview with Rose Rudd, Academic Success Center on her service in the Military. (06:07) Jesse Hall on Native American Veterans interviewed by Linda Alvarez. (14:35) scene of a Pow-wow on the Campus Mall (15:39 END)

UWRF Promotional Video, 1993.

A 25-minute promotional video with still and moving images of the campus, featuring student and faculty narration on their experiences and perceptions of the UWRF campus and academics. (0:24:52) END