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Special education graduate inspired by brother to become teacher

After graduating from high school, Madison Hansen knew she wanted to go to college. The big question was: for what?

Master’s program graduate expands career with new position, mission

Kayla Correll knew she was ready to venture into the next phase of her career, and she wanted a reputable online program to earn her Master of Science degree in

Entertainment design graduate tells stories through videography and script

Porter, hired by Eau Claire company, believes ‘film can bring us together’

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Handley leads Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies

University of Wisconsin-Stout is known for its career-focused learning.

Menard Center director, professor contribute to new civil liberties book

A University of Wisconsin-Stout Civil Liberties Symposium sparked the idea for a new book “Civil Liberties in Real Life: Seven Studies.”

Free seminars tackle the challenge of managing employees virtually

The Leadership Institute at UW-Stout is holding a series of virtual seminars titled Successful and Healthy Virtual Leadership.

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Master’s graduates enjoy challenges of career, work balance and improving themselves

James Gunderson loved the challenge of his classes while earning his Master of Science in operations and supply management from University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Employers: Opportunities exist for job-seekers

Karen Glinski, a recruiter and part of the Skyward organizational development team, says there are job opportunities out there for graduates despite COVID-19.

Assistant chancellor named judge for Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award

An assistant chancellor at University of Wisconsin-Stout has become the university’s first staff member of the judge’s panel for the Malcolm S. Baldrige Nationa

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Switch to online program keeps hospitality student on track for degree, start of career

When she was a senior at Ellsworth High School and deciding where to go to college, it didn’t take Teresa Mark long to fall in love with UW-Stout.

Housing director honored by statewide professional organization

Adam Ludwig was singled out for his work and his potential to further impact the student services field.

Band, Jazz Orchestra members find their beat with special fall recordings

Student musicians, separated by COVID-19, found their beat this fall to make music for commencement.