1. Made at UW-Stout door pullers part of student health push

    Photo of plastic door puller, designed by two UW-Stout seniors’ whose engineering skills led to special welcome gift in residence halls.

    At UW-Stout this fall, dozens of COVID-19 safety measures — from new plexiglass barriers to surface disinfection protocols to socially-distanced classrooms and lounges — have been planned and implemented to […]

  2. Small manufacturer emerges more efficient after UW-Stout Lean training

    Photo of Mark Sieglaff, C&N vice president, inspecting an order of custom minitrunks for Heart O’ the Hills Camp in Hunt, Texas. C&N Manufacturing

    UW-Stout Manufacturing Outreach Center helps Boyd company improve production process, operations. At C&N Manufacturing in central Wisconsin, the daily arrival of a FedEx semi driver to take away packaged orders […]

  3. UW-Stout graduate urges accepting challenges and making future brighter

    Photo of UW-Stout graduate Madalaine McConville

    UW-Stout graduate, Madalaine McConville, urges fellow graduates to accept challenges and make future brighter. Meet McConville

  4. UW-Stout online labs in computer networking keep students on track

    Photo of UW-Stout junior Joshua Ferkans

    University of Wisconsin-Stout junior Joshua Ferkans misses seeing his professors and fellow students while studying computer networking and information technology this semester. UW-Stout is using alternative learning methods because of the COVID-19 […]

  5. UW-Stout helping to address statewide shortage of special education teachers

    Photo of Nick Grunseth, , an Eau Claire TV meteorologist who switched careers to work with special needs teens at Chippewa Falls Senior High School.

    UW-Stout is helping to address a statewide shortage of special education teachers. An alternative certification program has trained a dozen new teachers to date. One of those new teachers is […]

  6. UW-Stout professor lead author of groundbreaking study on T. rex dinosaur

    Photo of a T. rex dinosaur skeleton

    A groundbreaking study led by UW-Stout materials scientist Elizabeth Boatman explains how, after 66 million years, blood vessels are preserved in the fossil of a T.rex dinosaur displayed at the […]

  7. U.S. cheese safety, marketing could benefit from UW-Stout research project

    Photo of graduate student Emily Lehmann and Assistant Professor Taejo Kim, who are researching whether some natural cheeses have greater antimicrobial properties against food-borne pathogens like listeria when stored at room temperature.

    The U.S. cheese industry could benefit from a UW-Stout food science project, which won the WiSys Quick Pitch competition this summer. Graduate student Emily Lehmann with Assistant Professor Taejo Kim […]

  8. UW-Stout engineering students help automate box frame production

    Photo of UW-Stout engineering students who are using their knowledge to benefit workers in Wisconsin

    UW-Stout School of Engineering students are using their knowledge to benefit workers in Wisconsin. Students built a system to help automate bed box frame production at the Career Development Center […]

  9. UW-Stout graduate, veteran ready to move on, embrace new challenges

    Photo of Brent Coulthart

    Brent Coulthart inspired other veterans and students when he graduated May 4 from UW-Stout. Out of money, he dropped out of college a decade ago in Minnesota, then served five […]

  10. UW-Stout undergraduate receives national award from Men in Education Network

    Photo of UW-Stout undergraduate Dylan Lubs, who recently became the first-ever undergraduate to receive the Men in Education award from the National Association for Education of Young Children.

    UW-Stout’s Dylan Lubs recently became the first-ever undergraduate to receive the Men in Education award from the National Association for Education of Young Children. This early childhood education major from […]