UW-Stout News

Professor co-authors book on children’s fantasy literature

May 25, 2016

Children’s fantasy literature at first wasn’t for children at all. Stories such as “Robin Hood” and “Cinderella” were meant for adults but gobbled up, eventually, by story-loving children. Read the full story

Mike Levy

Art education majors complete mural at Downsville School

May 25, 2016

Two art education students from University of Wisconsin-Stout have completed a large-scale art installation at Downsville School in Downsville — and in the process kept thousands of bottle caps out of landfills. Read the full story

Downsville School students gather in front of their new mural.

Five criminal justice majors finish law enforcement academy

May 24, 2016

Five students in the criminal justice and rehabilitation program at University of Wisconsin-Stout graduated in May from the Law Enforcement Academy at Chippewa Valley Technical College in Eau Claire. Read the full story

The academy graduates from left: DaMarcus Zeroth, Matt Roberts, Riley McLennan, James Gates and Wesley Hartkemeyer.

Students work on business ads project with international advisers

May 24, 2016

What will sell in Cameroon? Will clothing that sells in the U.S. be popular in Saudi Arabia? What do companies need to consider when marketing their products around the world? Read the full story

A student team designed an ad featuring jewelry by designer Carolyn Roumeguere to be marketed in Kenya.

Faculty, students put 3D printers to work across campus

May 23, 2016

Since the turn of the century, 3D printers have gone from the stuff of science fiction to the wave of the future in the world of technology. Read the full story

Vincent Pontillo-Verrastro, an associate professor, works with a 3D modeling pen.

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