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University Foundation awards more than $870,000 in scholarships to 394 students

Stout University Foundation has awarded more than $870,000 in scholarships for the 2020-21 academic year.

Honors College art exhibit to showcase plight of migrants crossing Sonoran Desert

University of Wisconsin-Stout student Andrew Hoepfner filled out a manila toe tag for Jamie Pablo Gonzalez, who was just 17, one year younger than Hoepfner, whe

City creek flowing cleaner after students haul out garbage

Twisted wire from a box spring. The remains of a couch. Several metal fire pits. Rotted boards and wood.

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Garney receives October University Staff Appreciation Award

Pyong Garney has received the University Staff Employee Appreciation Award for October at University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Free Speech Week to address cancel culture, academic freedom, banning hate speech

Free speech and academic freedom, cancel culture and the pros and cons of banning hate speech are all topics that will be addressed during Free Speech Week host

Moritz receives September University Staff Appreciation Award

Lyle Moritz has received the University Staff Employee Appreciation Award for September at University of Wisconsin-Stout.

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Employers: Opportunities exist for job-seekers

Karen Glinski, a recruiter and part of the Skyward organizational development team, says there are job opportunities out there for graduates despite COVID-19.

Assistant chancellor named judge for Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award

An assistant chancellor at University of Wisconsin-Stout has become the university’s first staff member of the judge’s panel for the Malcolm S. Baldrige Nationa

Dietetics, packaging grads start ready-to-drink mocktail company

University of Wisconsin-Stout alumni Nate and Danielle Goss enjoy socializing with family and friends over cocktails.

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Honors College art exhibit to showcase plight of migrants crossing Sonoran Desert

University of Wisconsin-Stout student Andrew Hoepfner filled out a manila toe tag for Jamie Pablo Gonzalez, who was just 17, one year younger than Hoepfner, whe

Orwell’s ‘1984’ is subject of Banned Books Week event

George Orwell’s novel “1984” will be the focus of an event about censorship hosted by UW-Stout’s Menard Center.

UW-Stout student awarded prestigious Gilman Scholarship for study abroad

Canon studying virtually at University of London, looking forward to connecting with international peers