Volume One Contributors

writers, photographers, artists

Jerry Poling / UW-Stout Communications

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UW-Stout Alumnus Dives Into Career Pursuing COVID-19 Vaccine

December grad working at Mayo Clinic on lab project, preparing for medical school

Jerry Poling / UW-Stout Communications

Less than six months after graduating from UW-Stout, Jack Hemsath admits that it’s surreal to put on a lab coat and walk into work at the world-renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Hemsath is a ...

Full Speed Ahead

UW-Stout senior balances Leinenkugel’s internship, cross country training

Jerry Poling / UW-Stout Communications, by UW-Stout News 

The summer of 2019 has been anything but a time to relax for Mike Friedman, who will be a senior this fall at UW-Stout. Quite the opposite: He’s taken things up a notch or two. On weekday afternoons ...

College-Level Science at STEM Festival

Wisconsin Science Festival event draws school districts to campus, labs

Jerry Poling / UW-Stout Communications

It wasn’t a typical school week Friday for Xavier Coolidge of New Richmond High School. By midday, he already had identified Wisconsin plants in a biology lab, performed chemistry experiments, and ...

Positive STEPS to Get More Girls in Tech

Jerry Poling / UW-Stout Communications

As a group of 10 girls in teal T-shirts assembled robots in a UW-Stout lab, Kari Berthiaume thought back to when she was in middle school.

Aligning Education and Future Careers

experts at UW-Stout conference say U.S. isn’t doing enough to give today’s students the skills they will need in tomorrow’s workforce

Jerry Poling / UW-Stout Communications

More than 70 regional, state and national leaders in education and workforce development grappled with questions about how to prepare for careers of the future in a conference held June 19-20 at UW-Stout in Menomonie ...

Badgeworthy Art: Boy Scouts Get Artistic

with the help of UW-Stout students the Scouts are learning some of the basics of design, graphic arts, and screenprinting

Jerry Poling / UW-Stout Communications

The Chippewa Valley Council of the Boy Scouts of America brought 13 boys from seven troops to UW-Stout’s graphic communication labs for three nights to help them earn their merit badges in graphic arts.