UW-Stout News

Flashing lights improve two pedestrian crossings on Broadway

September 2, 2015

Walking across South Broadway Street, the main north-south thoroughfare through Menomonie, at times can be intimidating. Read the full story

Jim Uhlir explains the light system.

Chancellor stresses year of transition in address to faculty, staff

August 31, 2015

Chancellor Bob Meyer kicked off the 2015-16 academic year at University of Wisconsin-Stout on Monday, Aug. 31, by telling the assembled faculty and staff that this will be a transition year because of the large number of their colleagues who are leaving the institution. Read the full story

Bob Meyer

Move-in Day at residence halls marks return of students to campus

August 31, 2015

UW-Stout’s campus will spring to life for the fall semester at 8 a.m., Sunday, Sept. 6. That’s when the first vehicles loaded with parents and students will begin arriving for a seven-hour marathon known as Move-in Day. Read the full story

Students move into residence halls in fall 2014.

Staff members honored by state Academic Advising Association

August 28, 2015

Angela Swenson-Holzinger and Jessica Wekkin of UW-Stout have received awards from the Wisconsin Academic Advising Association. Read the full story

Jessica Wekkin

English instructor examines contrasts in new Harper Lee novel

August 26, 2015

When “To Kill a Mockingbird” was published in 1960, it quickly became a classic piece of American literature, earning a Pulitzer Prize, serving as the basis of an Oscar-winning film adaptation and eventually selling 40 million copies. Read the full story

Peter Olson with a copy of

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