1. Vocal jazz bringing UW-Stevens Point students, campuses together

    Photo of Faith Hatch, who has been traveling to UW-Stevens Point at Wausau to be a part of the Jazz Central Voices group.

    Faith Hatch and Andrea Tillou are singing the praises of the 2018 UW System restructuring plan. These UW-Stevens Point fine arts majors are already taking advantage of new course offerings at its new Wausau branch campus. Hatch and Tillou are among six UW-Stevens Point students who have been traveling regularly to the Wausau campus this […]

  2. UW-Stevens Point selected for only Great Lakes region Sea Grant award for salmon research

    The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point was selected for one of 22 federal Sea Grant-funded projects totaling $11 million. It is the only university in the Great Lakes region to be part of the 2018 Aquaculture Research Awards. This award will help UW-Stevens Point’s Northern Aquaculture Demonstration Facility (NADF) in Bayfield support land-based Atlantic salmon production […]

  3. New UW-Stevens Point Chemistry Biology Building will put science education, research on display

    Photo of the exterior of the new UW-Stevens Point Chemistry Biology Building

    The University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point has some of the highest enrollment science programs in the University of Wisconsin System, including more than 2,500 students majoring or minoring in biology, chemistry or other related sciences. To provide students and faculty with the best classroom and laboratory space for research and teaching, the university has worked with the UW System and […]

  4. Internships provide UW-Stevens Point students experience, often lead to jobs

    Photo of Mason Czaikowski

    Mason Czaikowski grew up in Stevens Point and wants to stay in the community. Going to the local university made sense economically and gave him a learning experience at a local business. “I grew up here. I like the community. I really want a career here. The university was a great fit. I was conscious […]

  5. ​Chemical engineering student finds her passion, career at UW-Stevens Point

    Photo of Farrah Scears

    When she graduates May 19, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point student Farrah Scears will begin a career in a high-demand field in which only 23 percent are women. As a chemical engineer, she will work as a chemical vendor for Buckman Laboratories of Charlotte, North Carolina, specializing in tissue manufacturing. Double majoring in chemical engineering and paper […]

  6. Opportunity awaits UW-Stevens Point students at Sentry IT Co-op

    Photo of Matt Kleine (left), who was among the first to begin working at the Sentry IT Co-op with manager Steve Fox. A December graduate of UW-Stevens Point, Matt is now a full-time associate with Sentry Insurance.

    Since Sentry Insurance opened its Information Technology Co-op in downtown Stevens Point in June 2016, several patterns have emerged: UW-Stevens Point students are not only getting real-world experience. They’re often piloting some of the newest technology. They have established credibility with Sentry’s home office for delivering solutions. These students, with between six to 18 months […]

  7. UW-Stevens Point named U.S. Green Ribbon School for sustainability

    UWSP Biology Field Trip

    The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is among the 2017 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools. It is one of nine Postsecondary Sustainability Awardees in the nation. UW-Stevens Point was selected as the top Wisconsin institution of higher education for Green Ribbon Schools and advanced for consideration at the national level. This award acknowledges the […]

  8. UW-Stevens Point arts management connects people to art, passion

    Zach Larson

    Zach Larson, like many students, initially was drawn to the arts management program at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point because he enjoyed theater and performing in high school. What he and others have learned is that arts management is much more about people and connections to art, rather than about art itself. “I never knew […]

  9. ​UW-Stevens Point grad’s experience prepares him to succeed as physician

    Aaron Weaver, who recently graduated from UW-Stevens Point, has some good advice for those considering which college to attend:  “Go where you think you’ll be happiest, where you’ll be successful.” “I was definitely happy here,” Weaver said. The biochemistry major plans to be a physician. Everyone defines success differently. For Weaver, success meant learning in […]

  10. Partnership rolls out UW-Stevens Point’s RiverPoint® Paper nationwide

    student artwork

    What started as a collaboration between departments at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has expanded to a partnership with a major national supplier of high quality art papers. RiverPoint Paper is now being marketed by Strathmore Artist Papers™. The Strathmore® brand of artist papers has been used to create art for over 120 years. “The […]