Event Categories

Upcoming Events

2
Oct

Last Day to Drop 1st QTR Classes without "WU"
Thursday, 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

2
Oct

Manufacturing Advantage Conference
Thursday, 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM More Detail

This multiple day event provides a forum for manufacturers and industry experts to collaborate on the issues, opportunities and best practices in the market today. Learn about the resources available to you on a state and national level, hear about current successes and challenges from your peers and collaborate on initiatives critical to the the continued growth of manufacturing in your region. View Event Page

2
Oct

Science Seminar Speaker Series: Ted Ludwig
Thursday, 2:30 PM to 3:35 PM More Detail

Ted Ludwig, president of the Red Cedar Basin Monitoring Group, will speak about the importance of citizen involvement in the effort to address the issues affecting local lakes, rivers and streams. The main mission of RCBMG is to promote the improvement of the Red Cedar River Basin through the education and active participation of local citizens in the monitoring process. View Event Page

2
Oct

Men's Rugby @ Stout
Thursday, 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM More Detail

Stout Rugby has already begun its 2014 WIIL Conference season and defeated UW-La Crosse 65-3 at home on Sunday, September 7th! We will have a match every weekend from now through November, hopefully working its way to a National Championship! View Event Page

2
Oct

Safe Space Training
Thursday, 5:00 PM to 8:00 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

2
Oct

Thursday Night Out features SycAmour
Thursday, 8:00 PM More Detail

The performance by SycAmour and special guest, part of the TNO series, is free. For more information and to watch a video clip refer to the hyperlink. View Event Page

3
Oct

CEHHS brown bag seminar
Friday, 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM More Detail

Desiree Budd will present and lead a discussion on the study 'The Effect of Sports Related Repetitive Head Impact on Cognitive Function” at the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences brown bag seminar. The university community is invited. Individuals are welcome to bring a lunch. View Event Page

5
Oct

Challenge Course Open House, free
Sunday, 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM More Detail

Stout Adventures will host its annual Challenge Course Open House Sunday. Admission is free to members of the university and local community. Everyone will have the chance to experience the Challenge Course without making a reservation. View Event Page

6
Oct

Nonmonogamous relationships workshop
Monday, 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM More Detail

Markie Blumer, human development and family studies; Meg John Barker, psychology department at Open University, Buckinghamshire, U.K.; and Alex Iantaffi, program in human sexuality at the University of Minnesota, will provide practical tools, review literature, suggest clinical models and facilitate experiential activities. Register here by Wednesday, Oct. 1. View Event Page

7
Oct

Free Open Life Drawing Sessions
Tuesday, 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM More Detail

Every Tuesday night, there will be an Open Life Drawing Session. All skill levels are welcome; feel free to stop by for an hour to brush up or stay the whole time to learn something new. View Event Page

9
Oct

Workshop: Teaching Ethics Online
Thursday, 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM More Detail

The workshop Teaching Ethics Online, covering differences, advantages and disadvantages compared to the traditional classroom, is open to veteran online instructors or those who are new to the experience. To register refer to the hyperlink. View Event Page

11
Oct

Stout Soccer vs. UW-Superior
Saturday, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM More Detail

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13
Oct

ExporTech Session
Monday, 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

16
Oct

Final Installment of Tuition Due (100% of Balance)
Thursday, All day event More Detail

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21
Oct

End of 1st QTR
Tuesday, All day event More Detail

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23
Oct

2014 annual WWHEL Conference
Thursday, All day event More Detail

The annual Wisconsin Women in Higher Education Leadership Conference will be held Thursday and Friday, Oct. 23-24. The conference theme is Tell Your Story: Your Message Matters, with Chancellor Deborah Ford, UW-Parkside, as the keynote speaker. View Event Page

24
Oct

2014 annual WWHEL Conference
Friday, All day event More Detail

The annual Wisconsin Women in Higher Education Leadership Conference will be held Thursday and Friday, Oct. 23-24. The conference theme is Tell Your Story: Your Message Matters, with Chancellor Deborah Ford, UW-Parkside, as the keynote speaker. View Event Page

25
Oct

Keys to Success Conference
Saturday, 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM More Detail

The Keys to Success Conference is free and provides resources and information for parents, caregivers, educators and service providers of children, ages 3-21, with special needs. To register refer here. View Event Page

27
Oct

ISO 9001 Internal Auditor Training
Monday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM More Detail

The course will provide a detailed review of the ISO standard requirements and the proof that should be available to the auditor. The instructor covers the intent of the standard and the role of auditors in an effectively implemented ISO management system. The course discusses the characteristics of a process audit; how to follow a process audit trail and ask the right questions; how to perform a process audit; and how to identify the proof of conformance and non-conformance. The attendees will perform practiced audits using an organization’s department documentation to learn how to audit, be audited and record the results. Attendees will leave with true-to-life auditing experience. View Event Page

27
Oct

ISO Internal Process Auditor Training
Monday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM More Detail

The ISO Internal Process Auditor Training designed to help a range of people from novices to those with experience, provides a detailed review of the ISO standard requirements and the proof that should be available to the auditor. Internal auditors are vital to a successful management system, and good internal auditing provides the necessary insight on the performance of a system. View Event Page

28
Oct

ISO 9001 Internal Auditor Training
Tuesday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM More Detail

The course will provide a detailed review of the ISO standard requirements and the proof that should be available to the auditor. The instructor covers the intent of the standard and the role of auditors in an effectively implemented ISO management system. The course discusses the characteristics of a process audit; how to follow a process audit trail and ask the right questions; how to perform a process audit; and how to identify the proof of conformance and non-conformance. The attendees will perform practiced audits using an organization’s department documentation to learn how to audit, be audited and record the results. Attendees will leave with true-to-life auditing experience. View Event Page

28
Oct

ISO Internal Process Auditor Training
Tuesday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM More Detail

The ISO Internal Process Auditor Training designed to help a range of people from novices to those with experience, provides a detailed review of the ISO standard requirements and the proof that should be available to the auditor. Internal auditors are vital to a successful management system, and good internal auditing provides the necessary insight on the performance of a system. View Event Page

28
Oct

Women's Mentoring Group Book Club
Tuesday, 11:00 AM to 12:00 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

29
Oct

Last Day to Add 2nd QTR Classes with CR/NC
Wednesday, All day event More Detail

The Credit/No Credit (CR/NC) credit option may be elected by students who wish to explore content outside their field of study without jeopardizing their grade point average. View Event Page

29
Oct

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

'Withdrawal' or 'W' is a drop grade given to students who drop a course after the Drop Retain Record Date given in Access Stout and before the Drop with Penalty date. The Drop Retain Record Date means that a class dropped on or before this date will be retained on your academic record with a status of dropped. After this date a drop grade of W will be assigned to the class. 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

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

8
Oct

CAHSS Speaker Series: Bridget Burns
Wednesday, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Bridget Burns is the American Council on Education Fellow for 2013-14 and the Chief of Staff at the Oregon University System. She is an advocate for increased access to higher education. In 2012, she created the Oregon Social Business Challenge a student business competition to solve some of the world's social challenges. Her activism to empower students to solve challenging problems facing the state is impressive. Ms. Burns will address the need for better access to higher education and the role higher education plays in solving community and society's problems. 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