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Liberian helping country battle Ebola after returning from U.S.

August 19, 2014

James Mulbah of Liberia came to the United States and University of Wisconsin-Stout in June and July to learn about ways to make life better in his home country. Read the full story

James Mulbah, right, hold an Ebola safety flyer in Monrovia, Liberia.

Meyer’s first day as chancellor includes meetings and greetings

August 18, 2014

Early Monday morning, Aug. 18, the reality hit Bob Meyer: He was, indeed, chancellor at his alma mater, University of Wisconsin-Stout. Read the full story

Blaze greets Bob Meyer.

Camp helps foster care teens begin to prepare for college

August 13, 2014

Under a bright blue sky, six young people, ages 13 to 17, and two counselors circled around a rainbow-colored parachute lying flat on the grass on the University of Wisconsin-Stout campus. Read the full story

Adam Ludwig, a residence hall manager, leads an activity at the Fostering Success overnight camp held at UW-Stout.

Signed Ansel Adams print donated to Stout University Foundation

August 12, 2014

In September 1967, a rather short man with a white beard, black glasses, felt hat and off-center nose walked around University of Wisconsin-Stout and Menomonie, making some photographs and talking about the art of photography. Read the full story

The Ansel Adams print

Undergraduate spends summer interning at national office

August 12, 2014

Lydia Pfluger, a student at University of Wisconsin-Stout, landed a competitive summer internship with the National Council on Family Relations in its Minneapolis office. Read the full story

Lydia Pfluger

Former professor receives group’s lifetime achievement award

August 8, 2014

A longtime graphic communications management professor at University of Wisconsin-Stout recently was honored with a lifetime achievement award. Read the full story

Jim Tenorio

Pixar Animation donates software to School of Art and Design

August 6, 2014

Beginning this fall, students at University of Wisconsin-Stout will be using industry-standard software from one of the world leaders in animation. Read the full story

This animation scene was created by UW-Stout students.

Graphic design major also takes pride in work as videographer

August 5, 2014

With one semester to go before he graduates from University of Wisconsin-Stout, John Ewald is confident about his chances in the job market. Read the full story

John Ewald

Young African leaders get VIP treatment before leaving U.S.

August 4, 2014

For six weeks, 25 young leaders from Africa lived and studied at University of Wisconsin-Stout, absorbing everything they could about business, entrepreneurship and American culture. Read the full story

President Obama speaks to the YALI fellows.

Author-illustrator Eliza Wheeler busy working on new books

July 31, 2014

Eliza Wheeler, a 2006 University of Wisconsin-Stout art graduate, is continuing to build on the success of her first children’s book. Read the full story

Eliza Wheeler

Assistant chancellor named to Baldrige Board of Examiners

July 31, 2014

The U.S. Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology has named Meridith Drzakowski of University of Wisconsin-Stout to the Board of Examiners for the 2014 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Read the full story

Meridith Drzakowski

Program inspired participant to learn about science, technology

July 30, 2014

Meghan Walters learned plenty from the STEPS for Girls program at University of Wisconsin-Stout, not the least of which is that the program is appropriately named. Read the full story

A STEPS participant assembles her Bug Bot.

Game design program joins new national organization

July 30, 2014

A University of Wisconsin-Stout undergraduate program has joined a new national organization, the Higher Education Video Game Alliance. Read the full story

UW-Stout News

Professor’s blog post published by leading literary magazine

July 29, 2014

A blog post about creative writing by a University of Wisconsin-Stout faculty member has been featured on the website of one of the premier literary magazines in the country. Read the full story

Brian Fitch

UW-Stout awards scholarships to three transfer students

July 29, 2014

Three University of Wisconsin-Stout transfer students have been selected to receive the Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Scholarship for the 2014-15 school year. Read the full story

Joe Yang

Graduate shows and sells her art in professional gallery

July 28, 2014

Mia Russell’s career and recognition as an artist seem to be taking off, much to her delight and amazement. Read the full story

Mia Russell

UW-Stout students and faculty to report on watershed research

July 24, 2014

All summer long, 10 student researchers like Cassandra Beckworth of Chippewa Falls have been traveling the back roads of Dunn County, standing knee deep in the rivers and lakes of the Red Cedar watershed or talking with citizens, farmers and policymakers, to get a better understanding of the myriad factors that contribute to the blue-green algae pollution that is evident this time of year in those lakes and rivers. Read the full story

Cassandra Beckworth

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