University of Wisconsin Stout | Wisconsin's Polytechnic University
That’s how employers describe UW-Stout graduates. Our innovative, career-focused degrees combine applied learning and the liberal arts.
Nels Paulson is a sociologist who studies how government and non-profit organizations can better resolve environmental issues by valuing diverse human interests while working with local stakeholders to forge lasting solutions.
is a public economist who studies local public policy issues, human
capital, and strategic mechanisms for implementing sustainable economic
is a microbial ecologist who uses mesocosm and whole-lake experiments
to study remediation strategies that can reduce phosphorus in the Red
is an anthropologist who focuses on how policies are constructed and
the consequences of those policies on socially and economically
Matt Kuchta is a geologist who models ecological phenomena using the tools of paleoecology and geomorphology.
Tom Pearson is an anthropologist who uses ethnographic studies to understand how environmental activists choose to participate in civil society while resolving conflicts over environmental issues.
Keith Wojciechowski is an applied mathematician who models complex systems and develops numerical algorithms to simulate them.
Kate Edenborg is a mass communication scholar who examines how scientific and technical information is communicated.