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Student Highlights

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Returning adult, busy dad invests in his education

Hellenbrand graduated in two years with bachelor’s in management

Graphic communications students take second in printing competition

A team of University of Wisconsin-Stout graphic communications students took second place in the international Phoenix Challenge College Competition on May 2.

Online management degree provides student transition to master’s

Zahradka becomes first management graduate to enter Dual Level program

Faculty and Staff Highlights

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Going greener: Grounds department using hot water, nontoxic foam to control weeds

University of Wisconsin-Stout Grounds Department is keeping the campus looking beautiful while using a nontoxic method to kill weeds thanks, in part, to the Sto

Silver anniversary: Pitt honored as sports information officer

Layne Pitt knows and loves sports.

Home calls to students provide personal connection, career support

With only a summer session to go before she graduates, Natasha Martin recently was applying for a field experience position.

Industry and Business

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Going greener: Grounds department using hot water, nontoxic foam to control weeds

University of Wisconsin-Stout Grounds Department is keeping the campus looking beautiful while using a nontoxic method to kill weeds thanks, in part, to the Sto

Graphic communications students take second in printing competition

A team of University of Wisconsin-Stout graphic communications students took second place in the international Phoenix Challenge College Competition on May 2.

Virtual employer panel to be hosted April 24 by Career Services

With estimates of unemployment jumping to around 13% nationwide, searching for a job could be a daunting task.

Student Life

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Going greener: Grounds department using hot water, nontoxic foam to control weeds

University of Wisconsin-Stout Grounds Department is keeping the campus looking beautiful while using a nontoxic method to kill weeds thanks, in part, to the Sto

Silver anniversary: Pitt honored as sports information officer

Layne Pitt knows and loves sports.

Home calls to students provide personal connection, career support

With only a summer session to go before she graduates, Natasha Martin recently was applying for a field experience position.