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Making the News: Students talk about contributing to local journalism

University of Wisconsin-Stout student Dominic Yates spent a year writing news articles for the Eau Claire-based digital publication Chippewa Valley Post and sai

Interior design student named to Future 100 list by New York magazine

An interior design student has made the 2021 Metropolis Magazine Future 100, a list of the most promising interior design and architecture students.

Virtual Family Day activities open to students, families, public

Online tours, creative opportunities, and magic show planned April 10 

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Poetry Celebration to feature local award-winning poet, writing workshop and student showcase

Community invited to participate April 12 in National Poetry Month event

Professor’s research shows economic losses to rivers, lakes and streams from large-scale animal farms

A University of Wisconsin-Stout economics assistant professor in the social science department is part of a groundbreaking research study on concentrated animal

Biology lecturer collaborates with local teachers to design educational plant and genetics kits

University of Wisconsin-Stout biology lecturer Tiffany Hoage collaborated with local teachers to design educational plant and genetics kits.

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Biology lecturer collaborates with local teachers to design educational plant and genetics kits

University of Wisconsin-Stout biology lecturer Tiffany Hoage collaborated with local teachers to design educational plant and genetics kits.

Leadership Speaker Series to address changes and opportunities in business brought on by pandemic

Free virtual events invite attendees to connect with experts

Environmental activist, author highlight virtual Red Cedar Watershed Conference

A winner of the Climate Protection Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and a Vermont-based environmental author are the keynote speakers at the

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Poetry Celebration to feature local award-winning poet, writing workshop and student showcase

Community invited to participate April 12 in National Poetry Month event

Virtual Family Day activities open to students, families, public

Online tours, creative opportunities, and magic show planned April 10 

Graduate at General Mills among 97.8% employed from 2019-20 classes

About two months after graduating in 2020, despite the pandemic, Emma Sisk had a full-time job.