Mark your calendar for January Professional Development Weeks

Sponsored by the Office of the Provost

January 13-17, 2014
January, 21-24, 2014

Campus Welcome Session: Tuesday, January 21, 2014

An exciting variety of sessions are planned throughout the two weeks prior to classes beginning. The two weeks of sessions will provide something for everyone classified or unclassified, full-time or part-time. Pre-registration is appreciated, but not required, for most sessions. Where pre-registration is required, it is indicated within the session descriptions. To register, for a session click on the link next to the session title.


Launch notice: Campus Climate Survey for Faculty and Staff

All faculty and staff will receive an invitation via email from to participate in the Campus Climate Survey on January 21st, 2014.  The purpose of the survey is to provide important information about our climate.  Results of the survey will be reviewed by the Strategic Planning Group, Diversity Leadership Team and other groups as appropriate to determine any actions needed to improve the environment for working, living and learning at UW-Stout.  The survey was first administered in spring 2011 as part of a System-wide project and the instrument was developed by a consultant, Dr. Sue Rankin.  The new survey will be a shortened version of the original survey.

2014 Planning Committee Members

    • Seth Berrier, Faculty, College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
    • Bob Butterfield, University Library
    • Cally Henderson, Classified Staff, Administration & Student Life Services
    • Jane Henderson, Learning Technology Services
    • Renee Howarton, Nakatani Teaching & Learning Center
    • David Johnson, Faculty, College of Management
    • Kristi Krimpelbein, Office of the Chancellor
    • Brenda Krueger, Senate of Academic Staff
    • Jennifer Rudiger, Academic Staff, University Advancement
    • Tiffani Taggart, Professional Education Programs and Services (Chair)
    • Jackie Weissenburger, Office of the Provost
    • Todd Zimmerman, Faculty, College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math