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State event to benefit golf enterprise management students

July 2, 2015

The golf enterprise management bachelor’s degree program at University of Wisconsin-Stout will be one of the beneficiaries of a state golf event. Read the full story

GEM students and professors meet at the 2014 GCOW event.

Instructor’s then-now photo book reveals, preserves history

July 1, 2015

Has Menomonie’s central downtown skyline changed in 80 years? A new book by a University of Wisconsin-Stout instructor provides an answer. In David Tank’s “Postcards from the Past: Then and Now Pictures of Menomonie, Wisconsin,” are two views of the downtown from across Lake Menomin. Read the full story

David Tank uses an old photo to set up a photo in Riverside Park.

Professor named National Family and Consumer Sciences president

June 29, 2015

Carolyn Barnhart, University of Wisconsin-Stout professor emeritus, is the new president of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences. Read the full story

Carolyn Barnhart

Harvey Hall renovation project on schedule for 2016 reopening

June 23, 2015

The largest, most expensive and longest building renovation project in University of Wisconsin-Stout history is nearing the halfway point. Read the full story

New windows will provide a good view of the Clock Tower.

Collaborative to meet on campus, push for increased STEM education

June 23, 2015

A new effort to bring leaders from business, education and government from northwest Wisconsin together to improve student success in STEM fields will kick off Wednesday, June 24, at University of Wisconsin-Stout. Read the full story

Jarvis Hall Science Wing

Professor works to change ageist stereotypes in classes, with book

June 22, 2015

University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Leni Marshall is convinced that individuals who do not stereotype people by age may live longer than those who do and that humanities professors can help promote the longevity factor. Read the full story

Leni Marshall

Students give, receive while mentoring kids at S.D. tribal school

June 18, 2015

Manny Melendrez and Autumn Paulson are Native Americans, but they’re from small towns in Wisconsin and didn’t grow up in tribal communities. Read the full story

UW-Stout’s Mary Kate Mahmood organizes a sack race for children on the last day of school at Enemy Swim.

University again chosen as a Young African Leaders host

June 17, 2015

University of Wisconsin-Stout will join six other universities across the country this summer in hosting 25 young African leaders who want to sharpen their business and entrepreneurship skills. Read the full story

Mandela Fellowship logo

Students from around U.S. to tackle water issues during LAKES REU

June 15, 2015

College students from seven states will spend eight weeks this summer at University of Wisconsin-Stout studying a decades-old issue — lakes that turn green with algae. Read the full story

LAKES students take a water sample from Lake Menomin in 2014.

Art professor named recipient of McKnight Fellowship

June 15, 2015

A University of Wisconsin-Stout professor has been awarded a prestigious fellowship by the Minnesota-based McKnight Foundation. Read the full story

Kelly O'Brien

Grant creates opportunities for study, research in Germany

June 9, 2015

Since 2011, more than a dozen faculty and staff have said auf wiedersehen — temporarily — to University of Wisconsin-Stout bound for Germany to teach, guest-lecture and explore related opportunities. Read the full story

Brenna Lesnar, back center, visits Heidelberg, Germany, with other international students.

Regents approve new digital marketing technology major

June 8, 2015

A new undergraduate major at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in digital marketing technology, which grew out of a strengthened relationship with a major employer in the Twin Cities, was approved Friday by the UW System Board of Regents. Read the full story

Craig Yolitz

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