A new art exhibit at University of Wisconsin-Stout focuses on what justice means in America and asks viewers to be aware of their own biases.
Kayleigh Nel is a student, a Wisconsin National Guard specialist and now a U.S. citizen.
‘Daylight’ addresses environmental justice of St. Paul creek restoration through art
Packaging and graphic design majors join talents, prepare for industry in collaborative experience
UW-Stout, Chippewa Valley Book Festival partner in free virtual event
The rights of student social media expression and free speech versus hate speech are two of the topics that will be addressed during Free Speech Week hosted by
Stout University Foundation has awarded more than $977,000 in scholarships for the 2021-22 academic year, a record annual amount.
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.
Ten University of Wisconsin-Stout students, as part of their field experiences last summer, are helping make a Minnesota teen’s wish come true.
Wheeldon believes it’s ‘a way of life’ at Jeremiah’s Bullfrog Fish Farm