Richie Holder witnessed a transformation while he was earning his bachelor’s degree at University of Wisconsin-Stout. It was his own.
Invasive plant species removal project is part of partnership with City of Menomonie and Lower Chippewa nonprofit
Student, recent alum thankful for support; university to hold first-generation celebration Nov. 8.
Wheeldon believes it’s ‘a way of life’ at Jeremiah’s Bullfrog Fish Farm
UW-Sprout provides fresh produce to students, lessons in small-scale agriculture
Elmore receives hands-on lab experiences in medical sciences field
On a recent fall morning, small groups of students walked through shoulder-high grass on a prairie.
Twisted wire from a box spring. The remains of a couch. Several metal fire pits. Rotted boards and wood.
Fitting in and making friends on a campus with thousands of students can be a challenging aspect of going to college.
A Q&A with one of the 1,319 students who received a diploma May 4 at UW-Stout: