Event Categories

Upcoming Events

3
Nov

Learn about flipped classes
Monday, 12:20 PM to 1:20 PM More Detail

Instructors are invited to attend sessions on Flipped Classes facilitated by John Kirk, chemistry, and Rich Berg, Learning Technology Services. To attend, contact Millie Kotulek, ext. 1131. View Event Page

3
Nov

Flipped Classes Session
Monday, 12:20 PM to 1:20 PM More Detail

Topics include defining what flipping is, why do it, classroom strategies, mistakes to avoid, and the necessary components to help flipping succeed. Facilitators: John Kirk (Chemistry) and Rich Berg (Learning Technology Services). Contact Millie Kotulek, if attending. View Event Page

3
Nov

Safe Space Training
Monday, 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM More Detail

The training includes information on how to be an ally and create safe environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students, staff and faculty. A student panel will share experiences related to the topic. View Event Page

4
Nov

Last Day to Drop Semester Classes without "WU"
Tuesday, All day event More Detail

'WU' or 'Withdrawal Unsatisfactory' is a drop grade given to students who drop a course after the Drop with Penalty date but before the Drop with Greater Penalty date(class end date) given in Access Stout, which is allowed only when there are extenuating circumstances. The Drop with Penalty means a class dropped after this date will appear on your transcript and a drop grade of WU will be assigned to the class. View Event Page

6
Nov

Student-Produced Videos session
Thursday, 10:10 AM to 11:10 AM More Detail

Instructors are invited to attend the Student-Produced Videos sessions facilitated by John Kirk, chemistry, and Rich Berg, Learning Technology Services. To attend, contact Millie Kotulek, ext. 1131. View Event Page

7
Nov

TurnItIn-Originality Checker and Dropbox sessions
Friday, 10:10 AM to 11:10 AM More Detail

Instructors are invited to attend TurnItIn-Originality Checker and Dropbox sessions facilitated by Elizabeth Buchanan, Center for Applied Ethics, and Rich Berg, Learning Technology Services. To attend, contact Millie Kotulek, ext. 1131. View Event Page

12
Nov

Artist Reception: Crnjak, Kluber, Atwell
Wednesday, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM More Detail

Abstract works including paintings with digital projections, site specific installations and works on paper. Refreshments. Show will remain up through December 13. Details: http://www.uwstout.edu/furlonggallery/. View Event Page

18
Nov

ExporTech Session
Tuesday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM More Detail

ExporTech was designed for manufacturers looking to grow internationally.For more information, refer to the title url. View Event Page

19
Nov

Workshop on teaching race, class, gender equality
Wednesday, 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM More Detail

The workshop Race, Class and Gender: How Can We Effectively Teach about Inequality? will be held Wednesday. Inequalities related to race, class and gender raise important ethical issues, yet instructors face many difficulties attempting to teach these subjects. Register at the hyperlink. View Event Page

19
Nov

Women's Mentoring Group Book Club
Wednesday, 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM More Detail

The Women's Mentoring Group Book Club will read 'The Confidence Code' by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman for its first read of the semester. Individuals interested in participating can pick up a copy of the book in the Provost’s Office. View Event Page

21
Nov

Last Day to Drop 2nd QTR Classes without "WU"
Friday, All day event More Detail

'WU' or 'Withdrawal Unsatisfactory' is a drop grade given to students who drop a course after the Drop with Penalty date but before the Drop with Greater Penalty date(class end date) given in Access Stout, which is allowed only when there are extenuating circumstances. The Drop with Penalty means a class dropped after this date will appear on your transcript and a drop grade of WU will be assigned to the class. View Event Page

1
Dec

Classes Resume
Monday, All day event More Detail

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13
Dec

Commencement
Saturday, All day event More Detail

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15
Dec

Evaluation Week
Monday, All day event More Detail

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16
Dec

Evaluation Week
Tuesday, All day event More Detail

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17
Dec

Evaluation Week
Wednesday, All day event More Detail

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18
Dec

Evaluation Week
Thursday, All day event More Detail

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19
Dec

Evaluation Week
Friday, All day event More Detail

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26
Dec

All Fall Grades Due
Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM More Detail

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Featured Events

5
Nov

UW Stout Theatre Presents The Good Doctor
Wednesday, 7:30 PM

Neil Simon's hit play is a series of comic sketches inspired by the works of Anton Checkov. Hilarious and heartwarming. Tickets are $12.00 available at tickets.uwstout.edu, MSC or at the door. View Event Page

6
Nov

UW Stout Theatre Presents The Good Doctor
Thursday, 7:30 PM

Neil Simon's hit play is a series of comic sketches inspired by the works of Anton Checkov. Hilarious and heartwarming. Tickets are $12.00 available at tickets.uwstout.edu, MSC or at the door. View Event Page

7
Nov

UW Stout Theatre Presents The Good Doctor
Friday, 7:30 PM

Neil Simon's hit play is a series of comic sketches inspired by the works of Anton Checkov. Hilarious and heartwarming. Tickets are $12.00 available at tickets.uwstout.edu, MSC or at the door. View Event Page

8
Nov

UW Stout Theatre Presents The Good Doctor
Saturday, 7:30 PM

Neil Simon's hit play is a series of comic sketches inspired by the works of Anton Checkov. Hilarious and heartwarming. Tickets are $12.00 available at tickets.uwstout.edu, MSC or at the door. View Event Page

19
Feb

CAHSS Speaker Series: Kuuskoski and Savvidou
Thursday, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Jonathan Kuuskoski and Paola Savvidou, both entrepreneurs, teachers, and pianists at the University of Missouri, will give a present on innovative events that bring contemporary art and community service together. They will also perform a concert of piano music. Kuuskoski and Savvidou will share their experience in community services through organizing innovative art events, and creating new opportunities for students in music and other forms of art. As a duo, they have extensive experience in bringing music to new audiences and making art approachable for all ages. View Event Page