President’s Message

Bryan Renk, WALSAA President

WALSAA activities have picked up into the new year of 2014. With the WALSAA Football Fire-Up, our major fundraising event of the year in the rearview mirror, we move forward investing in support of the College and CALS students. Thank you to all WALSAA contributors including: WALSAA contributions, new lifetime members and annual memberships.

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Save the Date!

WALSAA Farm Technology Days Picnic

Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Hancock Ag Research Station
3:30-7:30 p.m.

$15 per person, includes picnic dinner, beverages and tours

 

 

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>>Lifetime Members
Please take a few moments to reflect on your experience at the college and consider how support from WALSAA may have helped your situation. Supporting WALSAA allows you to reconnect with CALS and give something back to the college where it all began.
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About WALSAA

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Why WALSAA?

WALSAA (Wisconsin Agricultural and Life Sciences Alumni Association) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that supports the connection of students, faculty and alumni to the University of Wisconsin's College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (known to many of us as CALS). Established in 1972, WALSAA has embarked on a remarkable journey of service and fellowship with alumni and friends of CALS. Noted by Roger Biddick, first WALSAA president at the organizations' first meeting, "As alumni we can act more effectively than any single group to rebuild the image of greatness that this college so justly deserves and at the same time enjoy the fellowship of working together."

Supporting Outstanding Students and Great Advisors

WALSAA supports numerous CALS students annually through the Outstanding Sophomore Award Scholarships, Farm and Industry Short Course awards, major funding for a student leadership retreat and other professional development opportunities. To recognize faculty and staff advisors, WALSAA developed and endowed the WALSAA Advising Award. Established in 1997, the award is given to a member of the CALS faculty for exceptional student advising service. >>more