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Upcoming Events

17
Oct

Freedom of Creative Expression
Tuesday, 4:15 PM to 5:30 PM More Detail

Works of art, literature, and music are frequently targets of censors. Why is creative freedom important? Are there proper limits to creative expression? What creative works have come under fire recently? Panelists addressing freedom of creative expression include Azhar Majeed from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), UW-Stout art professors Cynthia Bland and Tamara Brantmeier, and UW-Stout playwright Kevin Drzakowski. CSII Director Tim Shiell moderates. View Event Page

17
Oct

Controversial Campus Speakers
Tuesday, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM More Detail

Speakers at American campuses are increasing being cancelled, disrupted, disinvited, and more. In response, many states have enacted or considered new laws designed to protect free speech on campus. Azhar Majeed from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), a watchdog organization that tracks and responds to these situations, provides insight and commentary. He is joined by a panel including Eric Kasper, Director of UW-Eau Claire Center for Constitutional Studies, Virginia Lea, UW-Stout professor of Teaching, Learning, and Leadership, and Dillon Quest, UW-Stout Applied Social Science student. CSII Director Tim Shiell moderates. View Event Page

18
Oct

Free Speech in the Classroom
Wednesday, 4:15 PM to 5:30 PM More Detail

Free speech is important to student learning and faculty academic freedom, yet rules are needed to ensure productive classroom discussions. What rules should apply to the classroom speech of faculty and students? How should we balance free speech with civility and diversity in the classroom? Where should we draw the lines? Panelists addressing the issues include UW-Stout professors Lopa Basu (English), Amanda Brown (Communication Studies), Padraig Gallagher (Philosophy), and Jeff Sweat (Sociology). Philosophy professor Jerry Kapus moderates. View Event Page

18
Oct

Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis Meets the KKK
Wednesday, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM More Detail

America continues to struggle with racial conflict, racial inequality and racist speech. The award winning documentary Accidental Courtesy tells the story of Daryl Davis, an African American musician who befriends members of the Ku Klux Klan and hopes to start a museum with KKK relics they have given them as a testimonial to overcoming racism. Following the documentary, a panel of UW-Stout faculty offer their thoughts about his story. Chris Ferguson (Economics and Director of the UW-Stout Honors College), Amir Mohamed (Communication Studies), Daniel Ruefman (English), and Holly Teuber (Communication Studies). Maria Alm, Dean of the College of Arts, Communication, Humanities and Social Sciences, moderates. View Event Page

19
Oct

Three Perspectives on Confederate Monuments, Flags and Symbolism
Thursday, 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM More Detail

In recent years, universities, cities, and states increasingly struggle with demands to remove symbols of the Confederacy versus demands, or even state laws, to leave them be. That struggle tragically includes the Charlottesville, Virginia protests. These symbols are part of history, but a history many do not want honored or observed in the public square. Three panelists provide insight and opinions on the controversies. Selika Ducksworth-Lawton, UW-Eau Claire history professor; Bob Zeidel UW-Stout history professor, and Shane Miller, UW-Stout Applied Social Science student. Patrick Guilfoile, UW-Stout Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs, moderates. View Event Page

23
Oct

Last Day to Drop 1st Quarter Classes
Monday, All day event More Detail

Last day to drop 1st quarter classes. View Event Page

23
Oct

End of 1st Quarter
Monday, All day event More Detail

End of 1st Quarter View Event Page

23
Oct

Last Day to Drop 1st Quarter Classes
Monday, All day event More Detail

Last day to drop 1st quarter classes. View Event Page

23
Oct

Midpoint of Semester Classes
Monday, All day event More Detail

Midpoint of Semester Classes View Event Page

24
Oct

Advisement Day, No Classes
Tuesday, All day event More Detail

Advisement Day, No Classes**Mandatory Advisement Meetings View Event Page

25
Oct

2nd Quarter Begins, Classes Resume
Wednesday, All day event More Detail

2nd Quarter Begins, Classes Resume View Event Page

25
Oct

Registration For Spring 2018 Begins-Graduate Students
Wednesday, All day event More Detail

Registration for Spring 2018 Begins - Graduate Students View Event Page

30
Oct

Registration for Spring 2018 Begins-Undergraduate Students
Monday, All day event More Detail

Registration for Spring 2018 Begins - Undergraduate Students View Event Page

31
Oct

Last Day to choose CR/NC for 2nd quarter classes
Tuesday, All day event More Detail

Last Day to add 2nd quarter classes and choose CR/NC grade option. View Event Page

31
Oct

Last Day to Drop 2nd Quarter Classes w/out "W"
Tuesday, All day event More Detail

Last day to drop 2nd quarter classes without mark of "W" View Event Page

2
Nov

Stout Theatre Presents The Normal Heart
Thursday, 7:30 PM More Detail

The Normal Heart is a moving and emotional drama detailing the early days of the AIDS epidemic in New York City. Based on the real-life story of gay activists Larry Kramer, the play exposes the devastating effects of indifference and lack of response that led to the catastrophic loss of love and life. Contains mature material. View Event Page

3
Nov

Stout Theatre Presents The Normal Heart
Friday, 7:30 PM More Detail

The Normal Heart is a moving and emotional drama detailing the early days of the AIDS epidemic in New York City. Based on the real-life story of gay activists Larry Kramer, the play exposes the devastating effects of indifference and lack of response that led to the catastrophic loss of love and life. Contains mature material. View Event Page

4
Nov

Stout Theatre Presents The Normal Heart
Saturday, 7:30 PM More Detail

The Normal Heart is a moving and emotional drama detailing the early days of the AIDS epidemic in New York City. Based on the real-life story of gay activists Larry Kramer, the play exposes the devastating effects of indifference and lack of response that led to the catastrophic loss of love and life. Contains mature material. View Event Page

6
Nov

Last Day to Drop Semester Classes w/out "WU"
Monday, All day event More Detail

Last day to drop semester classes without mark of "WU" View Event Page

10
Nov

Stout Theatre Presents The Normal Heart
Friday, 7:30 PM More Detail

The Normal Heart is a moving and emotional drama detailing the early days of the AIDS epidemic in New York City. Based on the real-life story of gay activists Larry Kramer, the play exposes the devastating effects of indifference and lack of response that led to the catastrophic loss of love and life. Contains mature material. View Event Page

11
Nov

Stout Theatre Presents The Normal Heart
Saturday, 1:30 PM More Detail

The Normal Heart is a moving and emotional drama detailing the early days of the AIDS epidemic in New York City. Based on the real-life story of gay activists Larry Kramer, the play exposes the devastating effects of indifference and lack of response that led to the catastrophic loss of love and life. Contains mature material. View Event Page

11
Nov

Jazz in the Great Hall
Saturday, 7:00 PM More Detail

Join the student musicians of the Blue Devil Jazz Orchestra as they present a variety of jazz selections from the stage in the Great Hall. The Troppo Big Band from Chippewa Falls will also perform as a special guest band. Tickets are $5 and are available online at http://tickets.uwstout.edu, at the Service Center in the Memorial Student Center, 715-232-1122, and at the door View Event Page

11
Nov

Stout Theatre Presents The Normal Heart
Saturday, 7:30 PM More Detail

The Normal Heart is a moving and emotional drama detailing the early days of the AIDS epidemic in New York City. Based on the real-life story of gay activists Larry Kramer, the play exposes the devastating effects of indifference and lack of response that led to the catastrophic loss of love and life. Contains mature material. View Event Page

22
Nov

Thanksgiving Break Begins, No Classes
Wednesday, All day event More Detail

Thanksgiving Break Begins, No Classes View Event Page

27
Nov

Classes Resume
Monday, All day event More Detail

Classes Resume View Event Page

30
Nov

Last Day to Drop 2nd Quarter Classes w/out "WU"
Thursday, All day event More Detail

Last day to drop 2nd quarter classes without mark of "WU" View Event Page

3
Dec

Winter Band Concert
Sunday, 2:00 PM More Detail

The Stout Symphonic Band presents a Winter Concert in the Great Hall featuring a variety of musical selections. Student small ensemble will also perform on the concert. Tickets are $5 and are available online at http://tickets.uwstout.edu, at the Service Center in the Memorial Student Center, 715-232-1122, and at the door. View Event Page

15
Dec

Regularly Scheduled Classes End
Friday, All day event More Detail

Regularly Scheduled Classes End View Event Page

16
Dec

Commencement
Saturday, All day event More Detail

Commencement View Event Page

18
Dec

Evaluation Week
Monday, All day event More Detail

Evaluation Week View Event Page

19
Dec

Evaluation Week
Tuesday, All day event More Detail

Evaluation Week View Event Page

20
Dec

Evaluation Week
Wednesday, All day event More Detail

Evaluation Week View Event Page

21
Dec

Evaluation Week
Thursday, All day event More Detail

Evaluation Week View Event Page

22
Dec

Evaluation Week
Friday, All day event More Detail

Evaluation Week View Event Page

22
Dec

Last Day to Drop Semester and 2nd Quarter Classes
Friday, All day event More Detail

Last day to drop semester classes and 2nd quarter classes for the term. View Event Page

22
Dec

End of 1st Semester, Evaluation Week Ends
Friday, All day event More Detail

End of 1st Semester, Evaluation Week Ends View Event Page

28
Dec

All Fall Grades Due by 4:30pm
Thursday, 12:00 AM to 4:30 PM More Detail

All Fall grades due by 4:30pm View Event Page

22
Apr

Spring Band Concert
Sunday, 2:00 PM More Detail

The Stout Symphonic Band presents a Spring Concert in the Great Hall featuring a variety of musical selections. Student small ensemble will also perform on the concert. Tickets are $5 and are available online at http://tickets.uwstout.edu, at the Service Center in the Memorial Student Center, 715-232-1122, and at the door. View Event Page

28
Apr

Jazz from Harvey
Saturday, 7:00 PM More Detail

Join the student musicians of the Blue Devil Jazz Orchestra and the Jazz Embers jazz combo as they present a variety of jazz selections from the stage of Harvey Hall Theatre. Tickets are $5 and are available online at http://tickets.uwstout.edu, at the Service Center in the Memorial Student Center, 715-232-1122, and at the door. View Event Page


Featured Events

4
Apr

Wellness Fair
Wednesday, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

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