Research

UW-Stout applies practical, creative, hands-on investigation to complex industry challenges.
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UW-Stout has earned a reputation for high-impact, transdisciplinary applied research that strengthens faculty and staff expertise and empowers students through real-world applications with industry and community partners.

Faculty, staff and students engage in applied, theoretical and creative research activities that advance knowledge and invention, and produce new works of literature, music, entertainment, and fine arts. 

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Sustainability Sciences Institute

Engaging students, faculty, community, and industry in collaborative, applied research.
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Student Research

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Human development and family studies students build awareness about importance of helping professions

Three seniors present nationally, share experiences in program

Student jobs prepare art and design, STEM students for careers

Interests in illustration, arts administration and medicine supported in meaningful work experiences

Prairie restoration gives environmental science students better feel for their major

On a recent fall morning, small groups of students walked through shoulder-high grass on a prairie.

Faculty Research

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Hospitality professors to present research on what makes a great golf experience

Two professors from UW-Stout’s School of Hospitality Leadership will present golf research nationally Nov. 17 and Nov. 19.

Forty fright films from 1988 chronicled in professor’s book

Poltergeists, killer clowns, ax-wielding murderers and possessed dolls may sound like some people’s nightmares, but for University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Michael

‘Grief and Addiction’ asks counselors to address loss, pain in addiction recovery

Bates-Maves publishes book to help counselors expand healing options