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Seven students garner $5,750 in Wisconsin Restaurant Association scholarships

Seven University of Wisconsin-Stout students recently received $5,750 in scholarships from the Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation.

Civil liberties are focus of Gallery 209 student exhibition through Oct. 29

A new art exhibit at University of Wisconsin-Stout focuses on what justice means in America and asks viewers to be aware of their own biases.

Applied mathematics and computer science student becomes U.S. citizen

Kayleigh Nel is a student, a Wisconsin National Guard specialist and now a U.S. citizen.

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Lor receives October University Staff Appreciation Award

Joua Lor received the University Staff Appreciation Award for October at University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Entertainment design senior, painting professor collaborate on short film

‘Daylight’ addresses environmental justice of St. Paul creek restoration through art

New course sponsored by Great Northern Corp. investigates sustainable solutions

Packaging and graphic design majors join talents, prepare for industry in collaborative experience

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New course sponsored by Great Northern Corp. investigates sustainable solutions

Packaging and graphic design majors join talents, prepare for industry in collaborative experience

Cabot Executive program to feature president and CEO of Prevea Health

The president and CEO of Prevea Health will be the featured executive at this year’s Cabot Executive in Residence Program at University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Pandemic and Ethics Leadership Speaker Series offers free, virtual events

— University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Leadership Institute and Center for Applied Ethics are hosting a Pandemic and Ethics Leadership Speaker Series this fall. The

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New Sensory Space offers quiet room to experience stimuli, relaxation

Cocoon-like, noise-diffusing chairs, a futuristic-shaped rocking chair and textured 3D art are all designed to stimulate the senses in the new University of Wis

Applied mathematics and computer science student becomes U.S. citizen

Kayleigh Nel is a student, a Wisconsin National Guard specialist and now a U.S. citizen.

Fifty years ago during UW System merger, UW-Stout almost became UW-Menomonie

Fifty years ago, the school now known as UW-Stout — named after its founder James Huff Stout — almost lost a major part of its identity.