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.
American Passport Project will support 25 first-year students
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.
Books for Africa recognizes staff for the half-million books donated over 25-year partnership
Faculty, staff and students participated in National Volunteer Week, April 18-22