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Student newspaper reporters receive four state awards

Four reporters and editors from UW-Stout’s student newspaper, Stoutonia, received awards recently from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association.

Students, staff pack 25,000 meals to help feed the hungry

University of Wisconsin-Stout senior Krystal Evans scooped rice up with a measuring cup and dropped it into a funnel to fill a bag with six meals in it, all to

Watershed conference includes key lessons from LAKES REU

Red Cedar Watershed communities have the ability to help tackle the problem of phosphorus pollution and citizens are willing to volunteer and contribute to solv

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Wisconsin Science Olympiad students love challenge, fun of learning

Building a ping pong ball catapult with six drinking straws, three rubber bands and duct tape in 35 minutes proved to be a formidable but fun task for many of t

New graduate employment rate rises again, to 98.7 percent

The employment rate for new UW-Stout graduates has climbed again, with the rate hitting 98.7 percent for 2017-18.

Provost Guilfoile appointed UW-Stout interim chancellor

University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross announced today that Patrick Guilfoile has agreed to serve as UW-Stout’s interim Chancellor

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New graduate employment rate rises again, to 98.7 percent

The employment rate for new UW-Stout graduates has climbed again, with the rate hitting 98.7 percent for 2017-18.

Students, staff pack 25,000 meals to help feed the hungry

University of Wisconsin-Stout senior Krystal Evans scooped rice up with a measuring cup and dropped it into a funnel to fill a bag with six meals in it, all to

Watershed conference includes key lessons from LAKES REU

Red Cedar Watershed communities have the ability to help tackle the problem of phosphorus pollution and citizens are willing to volunteer and contribute to solv

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New graduate employment rate rises again, to 98.7 percent

The employment rate for new UW-Stout graduates has climbed again, with the rate hitting 98.7 percent for 2017-18.

Retired veteran learning creative skills as he pursues second degree

He graduated from college when Jimmy Carter was president and served in the military for 34 years, including in Iraq.

Provost Guilfoile appointed UW-Stout interim chancellor

University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross announced today that Patrick Guilfoile has agreed to serve as UW-Stout’s interim Chancellor