Employer finds value in Stout graduates

By Cory Gunderson — Big Systems is a Wisconsin-based value-added reseller and systems integrator for 3-D printers and Wide Format Printing customers throughout the U.S. They also have three University of Wisconsin–Stout graduates working with their company. “Management at Big Systems feels that Stout students bring much value because of Stout’s philosophy of applied learning….

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State grant helping local Menomonie Food Co-op development

By Cory Gunderson — Menomonie’s downtown will certainly look “greener” in the next few years, since Menomonie Market Food Co-op will receive a grant to help fund their new building. A state grant of $500,000 will be given to Menomonie from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. The city will give the grant to the Menomonie…

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Focus 2020 giving students a voice on Stout’s future

By Cory Gunderson — Students and faculty had a chance to participate in the Focus 2020 Open Forum on Dec. 2.  Focus 2020 is University of Wisconsin–Stout’s five-year strategic plan that is created to set out major goals and benchmarks for the university. The current goals are instructional models, applied learning and external relationships. A…

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The Biggest Drug Bust in UW-Stout History

By Cory Gunderson — The University of Wisconsin-Stout Police Department, with support of Menomonie Police Department and members of West Central Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at 2421 Fourth Ave. NE, 18B, on the morning of Nov. 12 resulting in the seizure of more than six pounds of marijuana, marijuana-laced candy, various controlled…

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UW–Stout Police arrest sophomore student and seize over six pounds of marijuana, illicit substances and thousands of dollars

By Cory Gunderson — The University of Wisconsin–Stout Police Department, with support of Menomonie Police Department and members of West Central Drug Task Force, executed a search warrant at 2421 Fourth Ave. NE, resulting in the seizure of more than six pounds of marijuana, marijuana-based candy, other controlled substances and $5,200 in cash. Following the…

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