Project Lead the Way at UW-Stout

By taking Project Lead the Way (PLTW) courses in high school, students can receive university credit and prepare for a variety of technical programs offered at UW-Stout, including:

UW-Stout provides many advantages for students to leverage their high school PLTW courses into fulfilling technological and engineering careers:

  • Project Lead the Way training is embedded into existing courses
  • Hands-on learning in Stout's labs and courses
  • Broad technical exposure prepares teachers for the 21st century
  • Small class sizes
  • Experienced teachers

Contact Information

Sylvia Tiala, PLTW Coordinator
224D Communication Technologies
715-232-5619
tialas@uwstout.edu

David Stricker, Technology Education Program Director
224C Communication Technologies
715-232-2757
strickerd@uwstout.edu

What is PLTW?

Project Lead The Way logo

Project Lead the Way (PLTW) is a national program to increase the quantity and quality of engineering and engineering technology graduates. PLTW does this by:

  • introducing students to science, technology, engineering and mathematics
  • highlighting the practical applications of those disciplines
  • providing opportunities to earn university credit in high school