UW-Stout News

Graduate Story: Lauren Ecke

June 23, 2016

May 2016 graduate in the hospitality program, Lauren Ecke, shares why she chose UW-Stout, her vast involvement over the years and where she's headed next as a meeting and marketing coordinator. Read the full story

Lauren Ecke, May 2016 Graduate

Wekkin receives advising award from international association

June 21, 2016

Jessica Wekkin, adviser and writing specialist in ASPIRE-Student Support Services at University of Wisconsin-Stout, has been awarded the Outstanding New Advising Award-Primary Advising Role from the National Academic Advising Association, an international organization with more than 11,000 members worldwide. Read the full story

Jessica Wekkin

Picnic set June 23 for Mandela Fellows; ambassadors sought

June 21, 2016

A brown bag community picnic organized by University of Wisconsin-Stout will be held to introduce the 25 Young African Leaders on campus. Read the full story

The Mandela Fellows, along with UW-Stout's Chuck Bomar, back right.

Graduate who explored 3D-printed jewelry receives scholarship

June 20, 2016

A University of Wisconsin-Stout art major capped off her academic career recently by being named one of three recipients of a national award Read the full story

Rachel Ness works with a 3D printer.

New partnership project, with $500,000, targets social impact

June 16, 2016

Local and regional partners in a new collaborative effort, led by University of Wisconsin-Stout, the Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, are ready to harness their resources to improve water quality in the Red Cedar River watershed. Read the full story

Blue-green algae flows into Lake Menomin in Menomonie.

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