A Closer Look

On March 9, 2007, UW-Stout was designated as Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University by the UW System Board of Regents.

Kitrina Carlson, an assistant professor of biology, has received a research grant from the UW System Institute on Race and Ethnicity to evaluate medicinal plant use by the Hmong population in Wisconsin.


UW-Stout student is first from university to be awarded an NIST fellowship


UW-Stout is the largest contributor to the WiSys Technology Foundation, the nonprofit technology transfer organization of the UW System comprehensive universities.


UW-Stout has a new video talk show.


News from UW-Stout is now carried in UW Business News Wire, a monthly online publication of the UW-Madison Office of Corporate Relations.


Chancellor Charles W. Sorensen has appointed Bob Meyer, former dean of the College of Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing, as director of federal and state relations.


A grant from the federal government may make it easier for students with disabilities to conduct scientific experiments in labs and classrooms.


Chancellor Charles W. Sorensen joined the campus leaders of UW-Eau Claire, UW-River Falls and Chippewa Valley Technical College in writing and signing a letter to encourage a regional approach to economic development and to market the area as an entire region.


Almost 1,700 undergraduate students at the university were surveyed in the 2007 Spring Learning Survey.


Each year, UW-Stout pumps more than $367 million into the local economy and $386 million into the state economy, according to a new report.

Summer Outlook 2012