While watching UW-Stout students present packaging and graphic design ideas, CEO John Davis of Great Northern Corp. felt right at home.
Researchers at UW-Stout will put a high-tech eye in the sky and develop a new tool to help stop and divert contaminants before they reach waterways.
Porcelain mugs to be given to partners, guests at Chancellor Frank’s fall investiture
Summer class taking on project outside of Applied Arts Building
Chippewa Valley Bean, of Dunn County, is the world’s largest producer of dark red kidney beans.
From left, intern Heidi Lieffort, CLRR Director Bill James and CLRR Manager Mai Lia Vang sample water from Horse Creek in Polk County.
University Print Club outdoor project returns after three years
University offers opportunity to showcase projects, including student work in medical device technology
After two-year hiatus, popular event returns in a reimagined setting
At University of Wisconsin-Stout, every undergraduate and graduate program has an experiential learning component. Research takes center stage in April and May.