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Let's Work Together

At UW-Stout, we have a community of leaders who can lend their knowledge and skills beyond teaching in the classroom. We are a vibrant group of problem-solvers, learners, and action-oriented experts in our fields. With these skills and state-of-the-art equipment at our disposal, we want to connect with industry and community partners. Whether you're looking to jumpstart an event, develop a product, or bring a business idea to fruition, we would love to work with you.

Our Polytechnic Advantage

Unlike purely liberal arts-focused institutions, UW-Stout has the practical advantage of being a Polytechnic University. This unique designation means that our students and faculty go beyond theoretical knowledge to learn real-world skills. It's one reason why our graduates enjoy a 98.7% rate of finding employment or continuing education. For you as an industry partner, you can have confidence that we have invaluable real-world experience and skills to contribute to your project. Just ask one of the dozens of companies who have partnered with us in the past.

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1,000+ companies assisted with Stout expertise

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$2M in corporate donations received in 2017

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750+ employers attend our career conferences


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Statewide golf organization supports students, recognizes professor

The golf enterprise management program at University of Wisconsin-Stout was recognized twice at the recent fall meeting of the Golf Course Owners of Wisconsin.

Silent auction Dec. 3: Get a deal, help a hospitality student

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University Foundation awards more than $800,000 in scholarships

Stout University Foundation awarded $812,000 in scholarships to 418 students at a Sept. 12 reception and program at the Memorial Student Center.