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Veteran wants to give back, seeking online psychology degree in new program

Bellomy thinks people ‘need the help now more than ever’

Growing up Ojibwe game teaches about treaty rights, tribal sovereignty, wild rice and spearfishing

Eleanore Falck loves bringing worlds to life.

On-campus food pantry open to all students, addresses food insecurity, accepting donations

Helping Hand offers food, clothing and sense of community

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Hospitality programs form alliance with Twin Cities nonprofit to support youth

An alliance between UW-Stout’s hospitality programs and a nonprofit organization could open the door to a college education for historically underserved youth.

On-campus food pantry open to all students, addresses food insecurity, accepting donations

Helping Hand offers food, clothing and sense of community

Risler receives February University Staff Appreciation Award

Bethany Risler received the University Staff Employee Appreciation Award for February at University of Wisconsin-Stout.

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Master’s graduates enjoy challenges of career, work balance and improving themselves

James Gunderson loved the challenge of his classes while earning his Master of Science in operations and supply management from University of Wisconsin-Stout.

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

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Animation major ready to take on starring academic role

In the entertainment world, animation and animated characters are hot.

Growing up Ojibwe game teaches about treaty rights, tribal sovereignty, wild rice and spearfishing

Eleanore Falck loves bringing worlds to life.

Career Conference to help students, employers reach career and hiring goals

Events hosted by Career Services focused on preparing students to find jobs, internships