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Professors’ study could give super powers to ordinary cling wrap

September 16, 2014

Most people don’t give a second thought to cling wrap, the clear, stretchy film that covers foods we buy, such as blocks of cheese, and the leftovers we store in our refrigerators. Read the full story

Joongmin Shin holds a piece of treated cling wrap.

ROTC cadet shadows lieutenant at military base in Alaska

September 15, 2014

Adam Widder caught wild salmon, climbed a mountain and enjoyed seemingly endless summer days with nearly 21 hours of sunlight. Read the full story

Adam Widder

Foundation awards more than $675,000 in scholarships

September 12, 2014

Scholarships valued at more than $675,000 have been awarded to 375 University of Wisconsin-Stout students through the Stout University Foundation. Read the full story

Allison Roush receives the Bradford Dobrzynski award from James Dobrzynski.

Student’s research finds trust is a key to helping clean watershed

September 12, 2014

Students from around the country who participated in the summer LAKES research project at UW-Stout have returned home, but their voices on the topic of improving water quality in the Red Cedar River watershed still are being heard. Read the full story

Zakia Elliott with Dan Prestebak, county conservationist.

Three faculty members to lead forum on caring for aging parents

September 12, 2014

About 44 million Americans are caregivers to people who are 50 or older. Most of those caregivers are family members, often adult children. Read the full story

Amanda Barnett

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