The 16th annual Nursing Alumni Homecoming Walk was held Saturday, October 1st. Over 80 alumni, students, faculty and staff, friends, family and community partners participated. For the walk, the group was divided into two smaller groups. Each group was guided by a faculty member who highlighted campus features, including the 1916 sign commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. After the walk, breakfast was served and Associate Dean, Dr. Debra Jansen provided a review of recent College activities. At the conclusion of the breakfast, door prizes were given away. Each registrant also received a T-shirt honoring the College walk and campus anniversary. T-shirts were donated by Dove Healthcare.
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