Event Categories

Upcoming Events

29
Mar

Advisement Day
Wednesday, All day event More Detail

Advisement Day, No Classes View Event Page

30
Mar

Reg. for Fall 2017 begins for Graduate Students
Thursday, All day event More Detail

Registration for Fall 2017 begins for graduate students View Event Page

1
Apr

Stout Theatre Presents Seussical - The Musical
Saturday, 1:30 PM to 5:00 PM More Detail

The world of Dr. Seuss comes to life on stage at the Harvey Hall Theatre. The Cat in the Hat, Horton, Jo Jo and the Who's are just some of the characters you will encounter in this energetic and whimsical tale.Ticket Info:Adults $12.00 Children under twelve $6.00tickets.uwstout.edu and MSC Service Desk View Event Page

2
Apr

Last Day to Drop Semester Classes w/out "WU"
Sunday, All day event More Detail

Last Day to Drop Semester Classes without Mark of 'WU' View Event Page

3
Apr

Reg. for Fall 2017 begins for undergrad students
Monday, All day event More Detail

Registration for Fall 2017 begins for Undergraduate Students View Event Page

5
Apr

Blood Drive
Wednesday, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM More Detail

The American Red Cross will be on campus for a Blood Drive. All presenting donors will receive an American Red Cross T-Shirt. Go to the website to register in advance or walk-ins are welcome. Hosted by Gamma Sigma Sigma and the Campus Wellness Committee. View Event Page

7
Apr

Stout Theatre Presents Seussical - the Musical
Friday, 7:30 PM More Detail

The world of Dr. Seuss comes to life on stage at the Harvey Hall Theatre. The Cat in the Hat, Horton, Jo Jo and the Who's are just some of the characters you will encounter in this energetic and whimsical tale.Ticket Info:Adults $12.00 Children under twelve $6.00tickets.uwstout.edu and MSC Service Desk View Event Page

17
Apr

Last Day to Drop 4th Quarter Classes without "WU"
Monday, All day event More Detail

Last Day to Drop 2nd Quarter Classes without Mark of 'WU' View Event Page

23
Apr

Symphonic Band Concert "Fusions"
Sunday, 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM More Detail

The UW-Stout Symphonic Band will present its Spring Concert “Fusions” on Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 2 p.m. in the UW-Stout Memorial Student Center Great Hall under the direction of Aaron M. Durst. The concert will feature selections that fuse different music styles with symphonic music: rock, jazz, Irish and Japanese melodies. Non-musical fusions will also be included such as humor, storytelling and “found” percussion instruments. The Tower Saxophone Quartet and the Cobalt Clarinet Quartet will also perform.The $5 tickets are available at the UW-Stout Service Center in the Memorial Student Center, (715) 232-1122, online at www.uwstout.universitytickets.com, and at the door. View Event Page

4
May

Stout Game Expo
Thursday, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM More Detail

Game design and development students will demonstrate games that they created this semester at the semiannual game launch on Thursday, May 4, from 6 to 9 p.m., in the Memorial Student Center Great Hall. The campus community and the general public are invited to come and play the games. View Event Page

5
May

Regularly Scheduled Classes End and 4th Qtr ends
Friday, All day event More Detail

Regularly Scheduled Classes End and 2nd Quarter Classes end View Event Page

6
May

Commencement
Saturday, All day event More Detail

Commencement View Event Page

8
May

Evaluation/Finals Week
Monday, All day event More Detail

Evaluation/Finals Week View Event Page

9
May

Evaluation/Finals Week
Tuesday, All day event More Detail

Evaluation/Finals Week View Event Page

10
May

Evaluation/Finals Week
Wednesday, All day event More Detail

Evaluation/Finals Week View Event Page

11
May

Evaluation/Finals Week
Thursday, All day event More Detail

Evaluation/Finals Week View Event Page

12
May

Evaluation/Finals Week
Friday, All day event More Detail

Evaluation/Finals Week View Event Page

12
May

End of Second Semester
Friday, All day event More Detail

End of Second Semester View Event Page

17
May

All Spring Grades Due by 4:30pm
Wednesday, All day event More Detail

All Spring Grades Due by 4:30pm View Event Page

24
May

PCQI
Wednesday, 7:30 AM to 6:30 PM More Detail

This 2-day course follows the standardized curriculum designed by the Food Safety Preventative Controls Alliance (FSPCA) and recognized by the FDA. During this highly interactive training, you will learn the new FDA requirements for application of hazard analysis and risk-based preventive controls. This course will meet the requirements for a 'Preventive Controls Qualified Individual' or PCQI. Practice exercises and training materials on how to build a FSMA compliant food safety plan and preventive control program are provided. Upon successful completion, you will receive an official FSPCA “Preventive Controls Qualified Individual' certificate. View Event Page

25
May

PCQI
Thursday, 7:30 AM to 6:30 PM More Detail

This 2-day course follows the standardized curriculum designed by the Food Safety Preventative Controls Alliance (FSPCA) and recognized by the FDA. During this highly interactive training, you will learn the new FDA requirements for application of hazard analysis and risk-based preventive controls. This course will meet the requirements for a 'Preventive Controls Qualified Individual' or PCQI. Practice exercises and training materials on how to build a FSMA compliant food safety plan and preventive control program are provided. Upon successful completion, you will receive an official FSPCA “Preventive Controls Qualified Individual' certificate. View Event Page

18
Jun

Art & Design Camp
Sunday, All day event More Detail

Spend five days and four nights on UW-Stout's campus and create your own interactive virtual world. Work with Stout students and video game design faculty in the School of Art and Design computer labs. Campers will choose from one of the three tracks: Game Design, Interior Design or Studio Art. This camp is for students entering grades 8 to 12 in the fall of 2017. View Event Page

25
Jun

Summer STEM Camp
Sunday, All day event More Detail

Welcome to UW-Stout’s summer STEM Camp 2017. This week-long camp is a fantastic opportunity for students (grades 8 - 10) to explore science, technology, engineering and math while “cutting loose” in the summer fun and energy of UW-Stout campus life! Campers will be taught by UW-Stout STEM faculty how the different STEM disciplines work together to achieve their camp project goals. Campers will be allowed supervised access to the campus Fab Lab and other labs during the week to collaboratively work on the project for the week! View Event Page

26
Jun

Summer STEM Camp
Monday, All day event More Detail

Welcome to University of Wisconsin-Stout’s summer STEM Camp 2017. This week-long camp is a fantastic opportunity for students (grades 8 - 10) to explore science, technology, engineering, and math while “cutting loose” in the summer fun and energy of UW-Stout campus life! Campers will be taught by UW-Stout STEM faculty how the different STEM disciplines work together to achieve their camp project goals. Campers will be allowed supervised access to the campus Fab Lab and other labs during the week to collaboratively work on the project for the week! View Event Page

27
Jun

Summer STEM Camp
Tuesday, All day event More Detail

Welcome to University of Wisconsin-Stout’s summer STEM Camp 2017. This week-long camp is a fantastic opportunity for students (grades 8 - 10) to explore science, technology, engineering, and math while “cutting loose” in the summer fun and energy of UW-Stout campus life! Campers will be taught by UW-Stout STEM faculty how the different STEM disciplines work together to achieve their camp project goals. Campers will be allowed supervised access to the campus Fab Lab and other labs during the week to collaboratively work on the project for the week! View Event Page

28
Jun

Summer STEM Camp
Wednesday, All day event More Detail

Welcome to University of Wisconsin-Stout’s summer STEM Camp 2017. This week-long camp is a fantastic opportunity for students (grades 8 - 10) to explore science, technology, engineering, and math while “cutting loose” in the summer fun and energy of UW-Stout campus life! Campers will be taught by UW-Stout STEM faculty how the different STEM disciplines work together to achieve their camp project goals. Campers will be allowed supervised access to the campus Fab Lab and other labs during the week to collaboratively work on the project for the week! View Event Page

29
Jun

Summer STEM Camp
Thursday, All day event More Detail

Welcome to University of Wisconsin-Stout’s summer STEM Camp 2017. This week-long camp is a fantastic opportunity for students (grades 8 - 10) to explore science, technology, engineering, and math while “cutting loose” in the summer fun and energy of UW-Stout campus life! Campers will be taught by UW-Stout STEM faculty how the different STEM disciplines work together to achieve their camp project goals. Campers will be allowed supervised access to the campus Fab Lab and other labs during the week to collaboratively work on the project for the week! View Event Page


Featured Events

30
Mar

Stout Theatre Presents Seussical - the Musical
Thursday, 7:30 PM

The world of Dr. Seuss comes to life on stage at the Harvey Hall Theatre. The Cat in the Hat, Horton, Jo Jo and the Who's are just some of the characters you will encounter in this energetic and whimsical tale.Ticket Info:Adults $12.00 Children under twelve $6.00tickets.uwstout.edu and MSC Service Desk View Event Page

31
Mar

Stout Theatre Presents Seussical - the Musical
Friday, 7:30 PM

The world of Dr. Seuss comes to life on stage at the Harvey Hall Theatre. The Cat in the Hat, Horton, Jo Jo and the Who's are just some of the characters you will encounter in this energetic and whimsical tale.Ticket Info:Adults $12.00 Children under twelve $6.00tickets.uwstout.edu and MSC Service Desk View Event Page

1
Apr

Stout Theatre Presents Seussical - the Musical
Saturday, 7:30 PM

The world of Dr. Seuss comes to life on stage at the Harvey Hall Theatre. The Cat in the Hat, Horton, Jo Jo and the Who's are just some of the characters you will encounter in this energetic and whimsical tale.Ticket Info:Adults $12.00 Children under twelve $6.00tickets.uwstout.edu and MSC Service Desk View Event Page

5
Apr

UW-Stout Wellness Fair
Wednesday, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Come join us for the largest health fair in Dunn County featuring more than 50 health and wellness vendors from our community. Free admission and open to the public! View Event Page

8
Apr

Stout Theatre Presents Seussical - the Musical
Saturday, 7:30 PM

The world of Dr. Seuss comes to life on stage at the Harvey Hall Theatre. The Cat in the Hat, Horton, Jo Jo and the Who's are just some of the characters you will encounter in this energetic and whimsical tale.Ticket Info:Adults $12.00 Children under twelve $6.00tickets.uwstout.edu and MSC Service Desk View Event Page

8
Apr

Real Genius: Fashion Without Fabric 2017
Saturday, 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Fashion Without Fabric: Real Genius is inspired by the work of the MacArthur Foundation Fellows. Art and design students employ creativity to produce fashions based on the work of these extraordinary individuals using everything but fabric. Tickets will be on sale Monday, March 20 and can be purchased at the MSC Service Center or at tickets.uwstout.edu. Make sure to buy tickets early because the show sells out every year! View Event Page

20
Apr

WEAR Fashion Show
Thursday, 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

WEAR Fashion Association's annual spring fashion show features the talent of UW-Stout design students of all levels. View Event Page

22
Apr

WEAR Fashion Show
Saturday, 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

WEAR Fashion Association's annual spring fashion show features the talent of Stout design students of all levels. View Event Page

23
Apr

Symphonic Band Concert "Fusions"
Sunday, 2:00 PM

The UW-Stout Symphonic Band will present its Spring Concert “Fusions” on Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 2 p.m. in the UW-Stout Memorial Student Center Great Hall under the direction of Dr. Aaron M. Durst. The concert will feature selections that fuse different music styles with symphonic music: rock, jazz, Irish and Japanese melodies. Non-musical fusions will also be included such as humor, storytelling and “found” percussion instruments. The Tower Saxophone Quartet and the Cobalt Clarinet Quartet will also perform.The $5 tickets are available at the UW-Stout Service Center in the Memorial Student Center, (715) 232-1122, online at www.uwstout.universitytickets.com, and at the door. View Event Page

28
Apr

2017 Early Childhood Education Conference
Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Join keynote speakers Lisa Murphy, the Ooey Gooey Lady ® and Dr. Julie Bates-Maves, Associate Professor at UW-Stout. More than 75 workshop presentations and numerous exhibitors in the area of early childhood education. View Event Page

29
Apr

2017 Early Childhood Education Conference
Saturday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Join keynote speakers Lisa Murphy, the Ooey Gooey Lady ® and Dr. Julie Bates-Maves, Associate Professor at UW-Stout. More than 75 workshop presentations and numerous exhibitors in the area of early childhood education. View Event Page

29
Apr

Jazz from Harvey
Saturday, 7:00 PM

On Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 7 p.m. the UW-Stout Blue Devil Jazz Orchestra will present a concert in Harvey Hall Theatre under the direction of Aaron M. Durst. In honor of Duke Ellington’s 118th birthday, several compositions by Ellington will be performed including “Caravan,” “In A Mellow Tone,” “Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me,” and a signature song for the Ellington Orchestra, “Take the ‘A’ Train” written by Billy Strayhorn. Compositions by other composers will also be included to present an evening of music in a variety of jazz styles to appeal to listeners of jazz from every era. Joining in the performance will be vocalist Christina Scinto, the Blue Devil Jazz Project, and the Jazz Embers jazz combo. The $5 tickets are available at the UW-Stout Service Center in the Memorial Student Center (715) 232-1122, online at www.uwstout.universitytickets.com, and at the door. View Event Page