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Let's Work Together

At UW-Stout, we have a community of leaders who can lend their knowledge and skills beyond teaching in the classroom. We are a vibrant group of problem-solvers, learners, and action-oriented experts in our fields. With these skills and state-of-the-art equipment at our disposal, we want to connect with industry and community partners. Whether you're looking to jumpstart an event, develop a product, or bring a business idea to fruition, we would love to work with you.

Our Polytechnic Advantage

Unlike purely liberal arts-focused institutions, UW-Stout has the practical advantage of being a Polytechnic University. This unique designation means that our students and faculty go beyond theoretical knowledge to learn real-world skills. It's one reason why our graduates enjoy a 98.7% rate of finding employment or continuing education. For you as an industry partner, you can have confidence that we have invaluable real-world experience and skills to contribute to your project. Just ask one of the dozens of companies who have partnered with us in the past.

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1,000+ companies assisted with Stout expertise

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$2M in corporate donations received in 2017

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750+ employers attend our career conferences


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Donation by Menard family will expand university’s civil liberties center

The Menard family, Wisconsin natives and owners of a Midwestern chain of home improvement stores, is donating $2.36 million to the Stout University Foundation.

Frank named university’s eighth chancellor

Dr. Katherine P. Frank, Vice President of Academic Innovation and Professor of English at Central Washington University, has been named chancellor at UW-Stout.

Statewide golf organization supports students, recognizes professor

The golf enterprise management program at University of Wisconsin-Stout was recognized twice at the recent fall meeting of the Golf Course Owners of Wisconsin.