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
An inaugural assistant chancellor of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion has been named at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Speakers from Eau Claire, Wausau organizations to speak at public, virtual event on April 12
Community events include Mother Language Day, presentations on allyship, intersectionality, indigenous knowledge systems
Reading Across Campus features virtual talks on LGBTQIA+ themes and character relations
Eboné Bell to speak on people, events that have shaped the nation; two Menard Center events also planned
Growing up north of the Twin Cities in St. Michael, Megan Copeland is a Minnesotan through and through, right down to her love for the Minnesota Vikings.
Hellman adding to ‘university’s tapestry’ on International Holocaust Remembrance Day
As a student, Maria Cruz-Lopez has traveled a long and challenging path to becoming a college graduate, from Humacao, Puerto Rico, to Milwaukee to UW-Stout.