1. UW-Stout interior design faculty, students become part of the safe, healthier buildings movement

    Photo of (from left) UW-Stout interior design professors Julie Peterson, Nicolette Brehm and Shelley Pecha, who recently became WELL accredited professionals. / UW-Stout

    Three professors, eight students pass international WELL certification There’s good reason why buildings, from homes to work spaces to stores, should be safe and have healthy interior environments — humans […]

  2. UW-Stout science alum created first new blue in 240 years

    Photo of Andrew Smith and a YInMN sample / Andrew Smith

    Material chemist Andrew Smith co-invented YInMN, now a Crayola color Andrew Smith enjoys color and science, asking questions like, what causes color? How is color formed? How are pigments made? […]

  3. UW-Stout animation students help make a ‘Star Wars’ wish come true

    Photo of a storm trooper being filmed during “The Legend of Lex Zander,” a Make-A-Wish Foundation of Minnesota film that includes animation made by UW-Stout students. Photo courtesy Kari Jo Skogquist

    Group creates Make-A-Wish film segment for Minnesota teen Ten University of Wisconsin-Stout students, as part of their field experiences last summer, are helping make a Minnesota teen’s wish come true. […]

  4. Freshwater research: A collaborative summer at ERIC

    Photo of Britta Larson from UW-Superior, who was one of four students who did field work in Door County.

    A Freshwater Collaborative for Wisconsin grant helped students from six UW campuses train at one of three locations of  UW Oshkosh’s Environmental Research and Innovation Center When Amanda Stickney learned about chemistry in […]

  5. Paw-fect idea: UW-Stout recent grad places in national Student Design Competition with pet product

    Photo of the Pup Rub Speedy Paw Protector created by UW-Stout recent graduate Claire Dronen, which earned a third place in the International Housewares Association Inspired Home Show’s annual Student Design Competition.

    Other art and design students participate in game jams, speak at Games for Change University of Wisconsin-Stout recent industrial design graduate Claire Dronen loves walking, running and being outdoors with […]

  6. First-generation UW-Stout graduates, brothers hired before graduation make their family proud

    Photo of the Grulkowski brothers, first-generation UW-Stout graduates who are seeking to provide solutions in packaging and computer engineering at regional companies

    The Grulkowskis are seeking to provide solutions in packaging and computer engineering at regional companies Two brothers graduated together from University of Wisconsin-Stout this past May. And no, they’re not […]

  7. UW-Stout graphic design major’s GOAT Milk? concept gets national acclaim

    Photo of Daniel Nesja’s GOAT Milk? advertising campaign, which took a silver in the American Advertising Awards. / Contributed photo

    Nesja’s print design earns silver in American Advertising Awards An advertising concept by a University of Wisconsin-Stout graphic design major has earned a second major honor. In the spring, Daniel […]

  8. Three bachelor’s degrees in four years — no problem for motivated, first-generation UW-Stout student

    Photo of Abi Gardiner, of DeForest, who plans to put her three diplomas from UW-Stout to good use in her wedding and portrait photography business in the Twin Cities. / Photo by Abigail Ann Photography

    Gardiner is using her new communications and marketing skills to expand part-time photography business into career Abi Gardiner became the first in her family to receive a bachelor’s degree when […]

  9. 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. […]

  10. 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 […]