If history repeats itself, University of Wisconsin-Stout archivist, Heather Stecklein, believes there is a potential for the university to address waves of the
For most students, the spring semester pivoted quickly March 23 when face-to-face instruction was replaced with alternative learning methods.
The tremendous disruption to lives caused by the COVID-19 pandemic led the University of Wisconsin-Stout to establish an emergency fund to aid students caught s
With nearly 2,000 protective N95 masks available, University of Wisconsin-Stout’s School of Art and Design faculty and staff knew they needed to get the potent
In a normal teaching situation, Assistant Professor Brian Teague loves to move about a biology lab and check with students on their progress.
Compassionate care continued during pandemic while adhering to social distancing.
For almost a year, the Helping Hand food pantry plus has helped University of Wisconsin-Stout students not be hungry and have the school supplies they need.
Although students at University of Wisconsin-Stout won’t be returning to campus for the rest of the semester, Student Health Services will remain open.
Over his three-plus years at UW-Stout, Phil Schmit has developed a method of study that he believes will be helpful with alternative learning methods.
When University of Wisconsin-Stout Associate Professor Kevin W. Tharp learned all classes would be going to alternative learning methods because of the COVID-19