At UW-Stout’s semiannual Career Conferences, hundreds of employers from across the state, Midwest and country are the norm.
Seven professors earn awards for research, to improve teaching expertise through professional development
Gilbert Creek in Dunn County slips through marshland and oak savanna between chest-high grasses and flowering plants. It can be hard to find in the summer.
The Manufacturing Outreach Center at UW-Stout is focused on helping small manufacturers around the region improve their operations and become more successful.
While watching UW-Stout students present packaging and graphic design ideas, CEO John Davis of Great Northern Corp. felt right at home.
Researchers at UW-Stout will put a high-tech eye in the sky and develop a new tool to help stop and divert contaminants before they reach waterways.
Chippewa Valley Bean, of Dunn County, is the world’s largest producer of dark red kidney beans.
From left, intern Heidi Lieffort, CLRR Director Bill James and CLRR Manager Mai Lia Vang sample water from Horse Creek in Polk County.
When he was in elementary and middle school, William Kunkel struggled with his grades. In high school, he simply decided "school wasn't for me."
After more than 20 years, Professor Laura McCullough’s motivation when she enters the classroom at UW-Stout hasn’t changed.