Homeless and unemployed, Nichole Manson of Menomonie finally realized she needed to start the road to recovery.
Just over a year ago now, University of Wisconsin-Stout Assistant Professor Vincent Wheeler stopped in Denver to visit his twin brother, Lance.
Researchers from five institutions have opened a new door in the world of paleontology with a study on the fossilized bones of dinosaurs.
In 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Brown vs. Board of Education that segregated schools were illegal, a decision that helped fuel civil rights changes.
An expert in restorative justice will be the keynote speaker at the Criminal Justice and Rehabilitation Conference set for Tuesday, Oct. 29, at UW-Stout.
A speaker discussing personal finance and a training event for Shaken Baby Syndrome are part of the annual Family and Consumer Sciences Education Conference.
Two CSTEMM professors have received the first Excellence in Partnering with External Stakeholders Award.
With more than 13 billion pounds produced in the U.S. each year — about a quarter of that in Wisconsin — it’s obvious that Americans love their cheese.
During the recent 50th anniversary of U.S. astronauts becoming the first to walk on the moon, historians paid tribute to the accomplishment.
A University of Wisconsin-Stout professor will be honored for her work in helping break down gender barriers for females in science.