Two University of Wisconsin-Stout associate professors are collaborating to help show how diverse fields of study can help resolve problems.
Parents who worry if their college students are eating healthy are justified, according to research by two University of Wisconsin-Stout students.
A listing of submitted faculty and staff scholarly activity, research and presentations, from 2018:
From “Flashdance” and “Footloose” to “Valley Girl” and “Vibes,” Michael Heagle, like totally, believes the 1980s were “tubular.”
The historic Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts in Menomonie has been rebranded, thanks to a University of Wisconsin-Stout associate professor.
University classrooms must be a place students can learn to have conversations with those who have different opinions or beliefs.
Paintings by a professor along with American photography will be featured in separate spaces in a new exhibit at UW-Stout’s Furlong Gallery.
Red Cedar Watershed communities have the ability to help tackle the problem of phosphorus pollution and citizens are willing to volunteer and contribute to solv
Artists create beautiful paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, ceramics and more for others to enjoy or to provoke thought.
A professor from UW-Stout has received a prestigious UW System grant to conduct research on a growing worldwide issue, software security.