1. UW-Stout shredded campus office paper being recycled into tissue paper

    Photo of UW-Stout student Heather Kent, a senior business administration major from Altoona, shredding office paper in the Human Resources office./UW-Stout photo

    Earth Week activities April 16-22 include campus clean-up, hike and plastics discussion University of Wisconsin-Stout’s shredded office paper is finding new life at Cascades in Eau Claire as tissue paper. […]

  2. UW-Stout professor’s research shows economic losses to rivers, lakes and streams from large-scale animal farms

    Photo of cows eating in a barn. / Photo courtesy of U.S. Department of Agriculture

    Manure management must be part of policy discussion, Raff says A University of Wisconsin-Stout economics assistant professor in the social science department is part of a groundbreaking research study on […]

  3. Among Us fan video animated by UW-Stout student has millions of YouTube hits

    Screenshot: UW-Stout student Chloe McChesney created an animated video for the song “Good to Be Alive” by CG5. The video already has more than 10 million plays.

    Chloe McChesney loves to use color and avoid straight lines, creating soft and visually effective animation. McChesney’s animation has created quite a following. The senior majoring in entertainment design-animation, which […]

  4. UW-Stout animation major ready to take on starring academic role

    Photo of student Jonah Hammen studying a storyboard in the Animation Production class. / UW-Stout photo

    Renamed, refocused BFA program, ranked nationally and No. 1 in Wisconsin, follows consumer trends In the entertainment world, animation and animated characters are hot, from blockbuster big screen films to […]

  5. UW-Stout student’s Growing up Ojibwe game teaches about treaty rights, tribal sovereignty, wild rice, and spearfishing

    Photo of game, in which nature is a big part of Falck’s artwork, including animals. / Contributed photo

    Eleanore Falck loves bringing worlds to life. The University of Wisconsin-Stout junior majoring in game design and development-art created the game Growing up Ojibwe: The Game during a summer internship […]

  6. UW-Stout students’ alternative design for cube packaging of coconut oil wins national award

    Photo of UW-Stout's award-winning Coconut Cubes packaging

    Coconut oil is becoming a popular product in many people’s kitchens and baths as they discover the benefits it can add to their cooking and self-care routines, as an alternative […]

  7. Prairie restoration gives UW-Stout environmental science students better feel for their major

    Photo of UW-Stout environmental science students walking through a prairie at Menomin Park near Lake Menomin while doing plant research.

    On a recent fall morning, leaves falling through a blue sky, small groups of University of Wisconsin-Stout students walked through shoulder-high grass on a prairie. At Menomin Park, near Lake […]

  8. UW-Platteville, UW-Stout to offer associate’s degree in hospitality and tourism

    Photo of UW-Platteville Baraboo Sauk County campus, where a new associate’s degree in hospitality and tourism will be offered, a partnership between UW-Platteville and UW-Stout.

    To further serve the needs of employees and employers in Southwest Wisconsin, UW-Platteville and UW-Stout will form a partnership starting in Fall 2021 – offering a new associate’s degree in […]

  9. UW-Stout Veteran Mentorship Program offers peer-to-peer support for student vets

    Photo of UW-Stout student Daniel Amundson, a peer mentor in the Veteran Mentorship Program. The program matches newer student veterans with other student veterans to help set and achieve their academic and personal goals.

    As a military veteran, transitioning back into civilian life can be hard. Add in going to college and some veterans might need a little support from a friend. University of […]

  10. 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 […]