UW-Stout News

Staff member receives UW System award for LGBTQ work

October 30, 2014

A University of Wisconsin-Stout staff member has been honored with a state award for her work with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning communities. Read the full story

Julie Miller

Cabot executives offer career advice to management students

October 29, 2014

Marcia Anderson, standing tall and proud in her military uniform, told a standing-room-only crowd of mostly management students at University of Wisconsin-Stout how far she has come in life. Read the full story

From left, Chancellor Bob Meyer, Scott Cabot and Abel Adekola dedicate the Cabot Wall of Honor.

More than 100 students make a difference with volunteer work

October 28, 2014

They raked yards for elderly Menomonie residents and at the Dunn County Humane Society. They ushered at a play and helped at a Menomonie Public Library book sale. They helped build gardens at Wakanda and Oaklawn elementary schools. Read the full story

From left, Marissa Odell, Emily Jones and Brenna Freiermuth removed flags at Evergreen Cemetery.

Tickets on sale for ‘The Good Doctor’ play, We the Kings concert

October 27, 2014

Tickets are on sale for two special entertainment events, a play and a rock concert, coming up at University of Wisconsin-Stout. Read the full story

We the Kings

Student’s research paper quest leads to former secretary of state

October 24, 2014

For most students, basic research during the Information Age can be logistically simple and low-stress, thanks to the Internet and to libraries with multiple online search platforms. Read the full story

Cheyne Taylor with Madeleine Albright

Halloween events Oct. 29 on north campus, Wilson Place Mansion

October 24, 2014

UW-Stout will hold its annual trick-or-treat celebration for children in the community, and a new event has been added this year at Wilson Place Mansion, both on Wednesday, Oct. 29. Read the full story

A student gives out candy to a princess in 2013 at the north campus residence halls.

Cabot executive program marks 30th year with Wall of Honor

October 23, 2014

The Arthur R. Cabot Executive Residency Program at University of Wisconsin-Stout will celebrate its 30th year by featuring four business executives and the dedication of a Wall of Honor. Read the full story

Marcia Anderson

Victoria Sanchez receives Women of Color in Education Award

October 23, 2014

Victoria Sanchez, student services coordinator at University of Wisconsin-Stout, was chosen to receive the Women of Color in Education Award for 2014. Read the full story

Victoria Sanchez

Documentary on dams to screen Oct. 23 for Sustainability Day

October 22, 2014

A documentary will be screened Thursday, Oct. 23, at University of Wisconsin-Stout to mark National Campus Sustainability Day. Read the full story

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University Theatre comedy Nov. 5-8 based on Chekhov’s stories

October 22, 2014

Anton Chekhov, a late 19th century physician in Russia, was intimately familiar with the human condition. Read the full story

Maria Pozharsky, playing the role of the Defenseless Creature, interacts with Blaine Davidson, as Kustinov, during rehearsal.

Movie directed by professor premiering at Flyway Film Festival

October 20, 2014

An independent film directed by Kevin Pontuti, an associate professor at UW-Stout, will make its premiere at a prestigious film festival. Read the full story

Business proposals, students sought for state Big Idea Tournament

October 17, 2014

UW-Stout is calling all students who have a good business idea or who are interested in entrepreneurship. Read the full story

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Student receives scholarship from national golf organization

October 17, 2014

A UW-Stout student has received a scholarship from the National Golf Course Owners Association. Read the full story

Severin Knutson

Innovative course project combines cinema, animation, game design

October 15, 2014

A classic game shrouded in mystery. A cold, deep west-central Wisconsin cave. Two professors who wanted to experiment a little. Read the full story

Sarah Moua films during the Zork project.

Students inspired by massive manufacturing technology event

October 14, 2014

McCormick Place, one of the largest exhibition halls in the country, was transformed into the manufacturing center of the world during the International Manufacturing Technology Show in September in Chicago. Read the full story

Courtney Schimek

Novelist to kick off Reading Event Series with Oct. 16 talk

October 13, 2014

The author of a book nominated for a fiction prize will be the first speaker for the 2014-15 Reading Event Series at University of Wisconsin-Stout. Read the full story

P.S. Duffy

Community invited to Wisconsin Science Festival event Oct. 16

October 13, 2014

How is ice cream made? Should an old computer be upgraded instead of recycled? What does it take to create a video game? Read the full story

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Career Conference drawing employers from around the country

October 13, 2014

With more than 300 companies, 600 recruiters and 3,000 students, UW-Stout will become one of the busiest job-hunting sites in Wisconsin for two days. Read the full story

A student gets advice for the Career Conference at a conference

Student’s winning design could take a load off for consumers

October 10, 2014

For many people, picking up a large bag of dog food, garden soil or similar such bulky or heavy objects can be back-breaking or, at the least, require them to use a bear hug to hold on. Read the full story

Murphy Alexander

Professor named affiliated scholar of Center for Southeast Asian Studies

October 10, 2014

Mitch Ogden, an assistant professor in the English and philosophy department at University of Wisconsin-Stout, has been accepted as an affiliated scholar of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies at UW–Madison. Read the full story

Mitch Ogden

Career Conference, one of largest in Midwest, expects 300 employers

October 8, 2014

Lindsay Frank and Madison Ramberg will be a little busy next week. Make that a little busier. Read the full story

Bryan Barts talks with students at a Career Conference

Honeybees’ cells may offer clues to die-off, published study finds

October 7, 2014

By day Jim Burritt is an associate professor of biology at University of Wisconsin-Stout. By early morning, evening and weekends, he’s a beekeeper. Read the full story

A honeybee in a UW-Stout lab.

New band, the Blue Devil Jazz Project, will debut at homecoming

October 6, 2014

Homecoming promises to sound a little more lively at UW-Stout. Read the full story

The Blue Devil Jazz Project practices for homecoming.

Welcome sign will be out during Campus Preview Days, Stout Saturdays

October 6, 2014

The welcome sign is out for high school students who would like to know more about attending UW-Stout. Read the full story

Sara Keis, a UW-Stout student, gives a tour to Henry Frandle and his parents, Scott and Sarah, of Whitefish Bay, Thursday, Oct. 2

Leader in higher education innovation to speak Wednesday, Oct. 8

October 3, 2014

The executive director of the University Innovation Alliance will speak twice on Wednesday, Oct. 8, at University of Wisconsin-Stout. Read the full story

Bridget Burns

‘Take 2’ news video, blogging team made up of seven students

October 3, 2014

A group of seven UW-Stout students will report news and write blogs as the “Take2” News Team during the 2014-15 academic year. Read the full story

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Lipke receives Classified Employee Appreciation Award

October 3, 2014

Aimee Lipke has received the Classified Employee Appreciation Award for September at University of Wisconsin-Stout. Read the full story

Aimee Lipke

Chinese acrobatic team to perform free show Tuesday, Oct. 7

October 3, 2014

The Fabulous Chinese Acrobats, a touring show, will perform at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7, in the Great Hall of the Memorial Student Center at University of Wisconsin-Stout. Read the full story

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Special events set for Red, White and Blue Devils homecoming

October 2, 2014

Homecoming week Oct. 6-11 at University of Wisconsin-Stout kicks off with a carnival and wraps up with a football game, bookending a week of special events and activities. Read the full story

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Erin Hills internships help students, alumni set sights high

October 1, 2014

Suzan Schneider is in just her sophomore year at University of Wisconsin-Stout, but already she is envisioning how her summer internship could be pivotal when she graduates. Read the full story

The Erin Hills interns

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