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Student helps collect data to sustain king salmon fishing in Pacific Ocean

A University of Wisconsin-Stout senior spent the summer working to sustain king salmon fishing near Sitka, Alaska, and he will be going back soon to help others

New Made at Stout label brands collaborative art smocks

A new logo that brands items made by University of Wisconsin-Stout students made its debut with smocks created by students involving several majors.

Middle schoolers explore STEM fields at Stout Connects You

University of Wisconsin-Stout junior Rochelle Knier loves seeing the faces of younger students light up when they learn about science.

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Sorensen Hall naming ceremony Oct. 29 to honor late chancellor

The life and legacy of late Chancellor Emeritus Charles W. Sorensen will be honored Monday, Oct. 29, during a building naming ceremony at UW-Stout.

Professor sees a future for virtual reality technology in classrooms

Kevin W. Tharp is convinced that someday soon virtual reality technology will become an everyday reality in classrooms at UW-Stout — and in graduates' careers.

Professor co-created, writes, directs ‘Transylvania Television’ show

Michael Heagle compared the new “Transylvania Television” episode he directed, “The VHS of Death,” to a snack size package of Halloween candy corn.

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Study lounge at the Weidner Center open for students

UW-Stout senior Haley McLean worked on her laptop on assignments as she studied recently in the study lounge of the Weidner Center.

Subaru sustainability expert is featured Cabot speaker Oct. 24

A national expert in sustainability, who has led two zero landfill projects, will be the Cabot Executive in Residence on Wednesday, Oct. 24, at UW-Stout.

Video production major approved by Board of Regents

UW-Stout's number of undergraduate majors has reached 50 after the UW System Board of Regents approved a new video production program.

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Student helps collect data to sustain king salmon fishing in Pacific Ocean

A University of Wisconsin-Stout senior spent the summer working to sustain king salmon fishing near Sitka, Alaska, and he will be going back soon to help others

Sorensen Hall naming ceremony Oct. 29 to honor late chancellor

The life and legacy of late Chancellor Emeritus Charles W. Sorensen will be honored Monday, Oct. 29, during a building naming ceremony at UW-Stout.

Professor sees a future for virtual reality technology in classrooms

Kevin W. Tharp is convinced that someday soon virtual reality technology will become an everyday reality in classrooms at UW-Stout — and in graduates' careers.