UW-Stout News

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

STEM Career Day will give high school students chance to explore

July 17, 2014

High school students can get a taste of applied learning at the college level during STEM Career Day Friday, Oct. 24, at University of Wisconsin-Stout. Read the full story

Students model clothing at a fashion show on campus.

Educators work at fair to kindle interest in teaching profession

July 16, 2014

Kevin Mason and Brian McAlister recently went to the Northern Wisconsin State Fair in Chippewa Falls but not to sample the corn dogs or to take a spin on the Ferris wheel. Read the full story

Kevin Mason helps Nolan Zimmerman with a momentum experiment.

Leaders discuss UW-Stout’s future at Visioning Session

July 15, 2014

The future of University of Wisconsin-Stout was up for discussion Tuesday, July 15, during a Visioning Session at the Memorial Student Center. Read the full story

Ray Cross speaks at the Visioning Session.

Yellow Ribbon Program comes to aid of nonresident veterans

July 15, 2014

Starting in August, nonresident veterans will have access to tuition funding through the Yellow Ribbon Program, an addition to the Post 9/11 GI Bill. Read the full story

John Bensend

UW System president to address UW-Stout planning session

July 11, 2014

University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross on Tuesday will deliver the keynote address at the UW-Stout Visioning Session, which kicks off the university’s strategic planning effort for the next five years. Read the full story

Ray Cross

Cadaver training gives rehab providers inside look at human body

July 9, 2014

Dr. Alex Hall kept the mood light as a group of rehabilitation professionals viewed preserved human organs in Jarvis Hall Science Wing at University of Wisconsin-Stout. Read the full story

With two cadavers ready for dissection, Dr. Alex Hall, center, talks with the rehabilitation professionals.

Bates top graduate instructor; faculty, staff recognized

July 9, 2014

Nine faculty, four staff and one campus office have been recognized for outstanding service by University of Wisconsin-Stout. Read the full story

Julie Bates

UW-Stout students dominate inaugural Web design awards

July 7, 2014

University of Wisconsin-Stout students were out front in a new national competition that concluded recently. Read the full story

Jack Albrecht and Ryan Dahl took first for typography, user experience and best in show.

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