UW-Stout News

Mandela Fellow from S. Africa attends classes, talks of future

July 25, 2016

On a typical work day, Mogau Seshoene is up early, leaving the apartment she shares with her cousin in Pretoria, South Africa, and heading to a gym for a 6 a.m. workout. Read the full story

Mogau Seshoene

Graduate Story: Keaton Van't Hull

July 21, 2016

Recent graduate Keaton Van't Hull of the industrial design program shares his college experiences, both the challenges he faced as well as his success stories, along with his involvement in Stoutonia. Read the full story

Keaton Van't Hull, May 2016 Graduate

STEPS for Girls marking 20th year with July 26 reception

July 20, 2016

The STEPS for Girls program at University of Wisconsin-Stout plans to celebrate 20 years of helping middle school girls take positive steps in their lives. Read the full story

STEPS participants work in the foundry.

Higher Learning Commission reaffirms UW-Stout’s accreditation

July 20, 2016

University of Wisconsin-Stout has been notified by the Higher Learning Commission that the university’s accreditation has been reaffirmed. The next scheduled review is in 2025-26. Read the full story

Officials from the Higher Learning Commission lead a discussion Monday, March 28, during their two-day visit to UW-Stout. The commission has reaffirmed UW-Stout’s accreditation.

LAKES students to present research Aug. 3 at Raw Deal

July 19, 2016

New research on the water quality in the Red Cedar River watershed, including Lake Menomin, Tainter Lake and the Chetek chain of lakes, will be presented in a public forum in Menomonie. Read the full story

LAKES REU students canoe down the Red Cedar River.

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