10 Favorite UW-Stout Photos of 2021

StoutFam voted for their favorite!
A drone shot of the Clock Tower, looking over storm clouds to the south, was voted as StoutFam favorite photo of 2021.
January 4, 2022

We asked two of our University Marketing Communications team members to pick their 10 favorite UW-Stout photos of 2021. The results? A utopia of color, student experiences and little moments in time to celebrate our campus.

Our StoutFam community voted on their favorite, and the results are in! The winner of our Top Ten Photos of 2021 is a drone shot of the Clock Tower, looking over storm clouds to the south.

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Chris and Rachel

Many of these photos were taken by our university photographer, Media Specialist Chris Cooper. Since January, Chris has taken about 19,000 photos – that, along with 2.5 terabytes of video!

Communications Specialist Rachel Hallgrimson, our social media extraordinaire, loves sharing posts of UW-Stout. The photos remind her of her time here as a student.

“They capture small, unique moments that you always have to be on the lookout for, or else you’ll miss them!” she said.

Thank you for taking the time to celebrate our team members' talents and our campus with us! Here are the remaining photos of the contest.

 

Students in Brian Teague's research lab study how to use yeast to turn cheese whey into ethanol and identify cells related to cancer.
Students in Brian Teague's research lab study how to use yeast to turn cheese whey into ethanol and identify cells related to cancer.
Pollinators return to campus as the flowers bloom.
Pollinators return to campus as the flowers bloom.
Snow over campus in March.
Snow over campus in March.
Students gather at Blue Rah.
Students gather at Blue Rah.

 

 

A rainbow arcs over the Bowman Hall Clock Tower after a June rainstorm.
A rainbow arcs over the Bowman Hall Clock Tower after a June rainstorm.
Students in Nicole Hayes' general education biology lab set up experiments to measure nutrient levels in local waterways by charting plant growth.
Students in Nicole Hayes' general education biology lab set up experiments to measure nutrient levels in local waterways by charting plant growth.
Our sweet friend Millie at the Clock Tower.
Our sweet friend Millie at the Clock Tower.
Sun dogs glow over the residence halls in February.
Sun dogs glow over the residence halls in February.
A January sunrise over the Memorial Student Center.
A January sunrise over the Memorial Student Center.

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