Kayleigh Nel is a student, a Wisconsin National Guard specialist and now a U.S. citizen.
Fifty years ago, the school now known as UW-Stout — named after its founder James Huff Stout — almost lost a major part of its identity.
High school students, transfer students and others who would like to know more about attending UW-Stout have some perfect opportunities coming up.
A special visitor helped make Monday, Oct. 11, a day to remember in University of Wisconsin-Stout’s fight against COVID-19.
A student, staff member and instructor will help represent the new Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Office at UW-Stout for the 2021-22 academic year.
Football game Oct. 16 culminates alumni, student events; Bluetober community events also planned
Students at University of Wisconsin-Stout have done their part: 70% have stepped up to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
A partnership between UW-Stout and Prevea Health will provide a new source of health and wellness support for students.
Reading Across Campus features ‘Fun Home’ by Alison Bechdel
University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Fall Career Conference is offering students and employers the best of both worlds, in-person and virtual recruitment opportuniti