Chancellor Updates News

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One-year anniversary of COVID-19

This Wednesday, March 17, 2021 is being recognized as the one-year anniversary when our campus became pressed to respond to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
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Women's History Month

Approximately one year ago today, I wrote an email to the university community at the beginning of my second week as Chancellor at UW-Stout.
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Student retention

Student success is our focus at UW-Stout. Even before beginning as Chancellor almost exactly one year ago today, it was clear to me that our university communi
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Employee Appreciation Week

It has been nearly a year since I started my tenure as Chancellor at UW-Stout, and while it has been a period of constant change and significant challenges, the
Raymond Bradshaw

Black History Month

Raymond “Brad” Bradshaw enrolled in the manual training department at the Stout Institute in 1914.
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Recognizing Others

At the Valuing People Town Hall on Jan. 29, we heard from people about the importance of sending kudos to one another in an easily accessible format.
Assistant Chancellor Meridith Wentz at the January 2020 You Said...We Did prior to COVID-19 restrictions.

Interactive session with chancellor Tuesday

Typically, we begin spring semester with the chancellor’s opening address followed by You Said…We Did to share actions taken based on feedback collected through
UW-Stout faculty member teaching fall semester.

Return to Spring Plan

As faculty, staff and students prepare for the spring semester, we must continue to support a safe campus workplace and learning environments amidst the COVID-1