Community events include Mother Language Day, presentations on allyship, intersectionality, indigenous knowledge systems
Eboné Bell to speak on people, events that have shaped the nation; two Menard Center events also planned
Christiansen, a first-generation student, is proud to graduate early
University of Wisconsin-Stout will host two events for Native American Heritage Month, a time to amplify Indigenous voices and to honor and celebrate the divers
A student, staff member and instructor will help represent the new Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Office at UW-Stout for the 2021-22 academic year.
University of Wisconsin-Stout’s student organization Latinos Unidos will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a series of events including speaker La Espiriti
It took three days for new first-year student Myles Chung to travel from his home near Dallas, Texas, to his new home at University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Estrada’s love of art and technology led to specializing in visual effects
Born in a refugee camp in Thailand, Mai Khou Xiong immigrated to the United States with her family as a toddler and grew up in Fond du Lac.
Ernesto Mejia, the proud son of Mexican immigrants, believes in taking advantage of the abundance of opportunities presented through education.