In 2020 as University of Wisconsin-Stout prepared for spring break, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic.
Ken Avidor’s ‘Bicyclopolis,’ set in the Twin Cities, part of Reading Across Campus
University of Wisconsin-Stout senior Kathy DeCamp will share the language of the Ho-Chunk Nation at the International Mother Language Day Celebration Tuesday, F
Library offers free equity, diversity and inclusion resource for university and community
Science fiction expert to lead virtual lecture Feb. 16
George Orwell’s novel “1984” will be the focus of an event about censorship hosted by UW-Stout’s Menard Center.
Many University of Wisconsin-Stout female students supported and worked to help pass the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920 that granted the nation
Ann Vogl loves working at University of Wisconsin-Stout’s University Library because she never stops learning.
When University of Wisconsin-Stout Archivist Heather Stecklein researched the 1918 flu pandemic, she was disappointed how few personal stories she could find fr
Matthew Winkler has received the University Staff Employee Appreciation Award for May at University of Wisconsin-Stout.