College of Business Faculty Excellence Fund
Think back for a moment on your UW-Eau Claire College of Business experience . . .
- Who were the professors who made a difference?
- Who inspired you?
- What impact did they have on your career?
Over the past 50 years, we've had many wonderful faculty members in our college. People like Roger Selin . . . Lorraine Missling . . . Chuck Tomkovick . . . or your favorite prof. They were excellent teachers who were passionate about the subjects they taught. But even more importantly, they were genuinely interested in you and your success.
Because faculty are at the heart of what we do, a group of alums recently established the College of Business Faculty Excellence Fund.
Your gift to this fund will help support teaching and applied learning experiences, including collaborative research, and travel to conferences and competitions. These faculty-led activities make our college distinct, and help us better prepare our students to become business professionals. We rely on gifts to the UW-Eau Claire Foundation to support these transformative experiences.
It takes all of us. The strength of collective giving is powerful! Support from you and the rest of our alumni community will help us meet our goal and continue our tradition of hiring and retaining the best and brightest faculty. Here's how you can help:
- Give to the fund. We appreciate all levels of support. You can give in your name, or make a gift in honor of a faculty member who was important to your education. Is your company a matching gift organization? Check with your HR department to see if your donation can be enhanced with a gift from your employer.
- Become a fundraising ambassador. Tell your alumni circle of friends about the COB Faculty Excellence Fund. Contact any of the project owners listed on the sidebar to learn more.
So many wonderful faculty and staff . . . So many amazing students . . . So many wonderful memories . . .
Step back in time and view a slide show that celebrates our 50th anniversary. Click here to view photos from 1966-2016.