The Black Entrepreneurship program at UW-Stout will feature a business founder and two panelists with extensive industry experience.
Lecturer Jacob Hellman to share his grandparents’ experience in free event at Memorial Student Center
A highly successful program that supports students each year from historically underrepresented and underserved backgrounds has received a state award.
Virtual talk Oct. 27 based on memoir ‘Aftershocks,’ which touches on identity, trauma and resilience
The plight of Nicaraguans living under an authoritarian regime will be the focus of a presentation at UW-Stout to recognize Hispanic Heritage Month.
U.S. Department of Education grant, totaling $1.31 million, allows students more opportunities
A national expert on free speech and book bans will be a guest speaker Monday, Oct. 3, at UW-Stout.
Early-start bridge program helps students transition to college life
Two events highlighting Americans’ constitutional rights will be held in September at UW-Stout.
On the 50th anniversary of the passing of Title IX, UW-Stout’s efforts to provide equal treatment for female athletes has passed a test from a national group.