More than 100 students and student groups were recognized at University of Wisconsin-Stout’s annual Leadership Awards programs released virtually May 6.
Even though students can’t be together because of the COVID-19 pandemic, University of Wisconsin-Stout plans to celebrate student leaders.
With estimates of unemployment jumping to around 13% nationwide, searching for a job could be a daunting task.
As a basketball and volleyball athlete in high school, Audrey Roberts knew how great it felt to be healthy and active while competing to reach her goals.
For most students, the spring semester pivoted quickly March 23 when face-to-face instruction was replaced with alternative learning methods.
The employment rate for new University of Wisconsin-Stout graduates has climbed for the fifth straight year, with the rate hitting 98.8% for those who received
University of Wisconsin-Stout alumnus Dave Bartels found being on the hiring end of the Spring Career Conference a bit more relaxing than when he was a student
Mason Companies, Inc. of Chippewa Falls has donated $150 to the University of Wisconsin-Stout Helping Hand food pantry plus career closet.
A University of Wisconsin-Stout junior received a $500 scholarship after being named the No. 2 draft pick at the annual Internship Draft Day at Lambeau Field in
A silent auction at University of Wisconsin-Stout is more than an opportunity to get a deal on a product or service. Taking part could make a difference in a st