From: Involvement Center
Date: November 18, 2020
Subject: Campus Life Today | Wednesday, November 18, 2020




Thursday, November 19
8:00pm - 10:00pm
Terrace, MSC
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Have you ever wanted the opportunity to belt your favorite songs on stage with your friends?

Come out for Blue Devil Productions Karaoke Night on Thursday, November 19th, at 8:00 pm in the Terrace, located on the upper level of the Memorial Student Center at UW-Stout. We will have a full sound system available for you, all you need to do is choose a song. Don’t want to get up on stage? That’s ok! Just come out to support your friends and have fun.

This event is sponsored by Blue Devil Productions of the University of Wisconsin- Stout and is FREE to UW-Stout Students but is also first come first serve with limited capacity. This event is a part of Blue Devil Productions TNO series. Please call (715) 232-2432 or go to for more information.



Student Town Hall

Wednesday, November 18
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Video Conferencing Link
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Student Town Hall on Post-Fall Break Campus Operations

Your Stout Student Association is holding a virtual town hall for students this Wednesday, November 18th from 7-8pm on the shift to online instruction after Fall Break. The Chancellor, Dean of Students, Provost, and representatives from University Dining and University Housing will answer your questions about the shift, what it means for the rest of campus operations, and how UW-Stout is responding to COVID-19. Join us and make your voice heard.

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Lets Talk About Indigenous Art

Wednesday, November 18
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Video Conferencing Link
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Storytelling and discussion with a local Indigenous artist and performer via Microsoft Teams.



Ceramics Guild Pottery Sale

Wednesday, November 18
10:00am - 6:00pm
Micheels Atrium , 410A 
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Fundraising event for the Ceramics Guild. Pottery made by UW-Stout Students will be available for purchase.
Pots can be purchased contactless via connect.



Natural Areas Club: Winter Plant Sale

Thursday, November 19
9:00am - 4:00pm
Memorial Student Center (First Floor)
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Whaddayknow, NAC is having another plant sale! This time around, we'll have some small-medium-large sized snake plants, Vick's plants, purple hearts, and spider plants, and of course we still have a decent number of small succulents left from the last plant sale! Stop by, and check out our booth on the first floor of the MSC on Thursday, November 19th from



Thanksgiving Social

Wednesday, November 18
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Jarvis Science Wing, Room 112
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Celebrate the holiday with SRA and enjoy activities like Bingo and arts and crafts!



Fall Bingo

Wednesday, November 18
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Terrace, Memorial Student Center
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Cozy on up to another night of bingo! Our theme and prizes can keep you warm as the seasons are about to change. Test your luck and don't get leaf-ed out. We will host two rounds of bingo. Some of our prizes include a crockpot, Stoutfitter blanket and wax melters!

Round 1 | 6:00 PM
Round 2 | 8:00 PM

Participants are required to register ahead of time and can only register for one round.


Scholarship Opportunities

Stout University Foundation scholarship application for the 2021-2022 academic year is available online. There are more than 400 scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students. Both the application and one letter of recommendation must be submitted online by 11:59 p.m., Monday, February 1, 2021.

Sponsored by: Stout University Foundation
For more information contact: Cindy Hangartner
Apply Here

Wednesday, November 18
Start End   Event         Location
10:00am 6:00pm Ceramics Guild Pottery Sale Micheels Atrium
12:30pm 1:00pm Stout Student Affiliates in School Psychology Meeting Video Conferencing Link
2:00pm 3:00pm Exact Sciences Virtual Career Trek hosted by University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Video Conferencing Link
3:00pm 4:30pm Student Support Services: Virtual Cultural Event Video Conferencing Link
5:00pm 6:00pm LGBTQIA+ Anxiety Support Video Conferencing Link
5:00pm 6:00pm Stout Model United Nations Weekly Virtual Meeting Video Conferencing Link
5:30pm 6:30pm Lets Talk About Indigenous Art Video Conferencing Link
6:00pm 9:00pm Fall Bingo Terrace, Memorial Student Center
6:00pm 6:30pm Stout Typographical Society Meeting Video Conferencing Link
6:00pm 7:30pm Packaging Association Weekly Meeting -
6:00pm 7:00pm Engineer's Without Borders-Meeting Cedar/Maple Room
6:30pm 7:30pm How to Compost at Home
7:00pm 8:00pm Stout Retail Association: Thanksgiving Social Jarvis Science Wing, Room 112
7:00pm 8:00pm Student Town Hall Video Conferencing Link
7:00pm 8:00pm Blue Devil Lifting (BDL) Meeting Video Conferencing Link
7:30pm 8:30pm Athletes In Action Weekly Meeting Gilbert Creek Room, Merle Price Commons
7:30pm 9:00pm Foundations Campus Ministry Weekly Meeting Jarvis 114
UW-Stout COVID Update

COVID Student FAQs

Q. What time is the Student Town Hall tonight and how do I join? 

A. You can join the forum this evening, Wednesday, November 18, via this link from 7-8 p.m. 

Q. Is there special testing required before leaving campus for break or when I return? 

A. All students should get tested before the break and upon their return. Off-campus students can use the surge testing site. Off-campus students who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, should contact Student Health Services during normal business hours.  

For residence hall students who leave campus during the Fall (November) Break and plan to return to campus for the remainder of the semester, the UW System has mandated enhanced testing protocols, including: 

  • One test prior to leaving campus that must take place between November 16-20 
  • Two tests within the week after you return, between November 29-December 4 
  • Weekly testing through December 22 
  • Students who plan to stay on campus during Fall (November) Break (November 25-29) must take an additional test on either Monday, November 23 or Tuesday, November 24 
  • Residence hall students should sign up for testing in the Johnson Fieldhouse on their assigned day via the link received in their e-mail from University Housing.  
  • Residence hall students who have questions about their testing protocols should contact University Housing at, or call 715-232-1121.  

Q. I’m headed to my family’s home over break. What should I do to help keep them safe? 

A. The CDC has advised against gathering with people outside of your household. However, there are situations, such as students returning home, where this might not be possible. Therefore, we have created a resource site, based on CDC recommendations, to provide you with guidance on how to reduce the spread of the virus.  

Sponsored by: Campus Recovery Team
For more information: or Website

Career Ready Wednesday

11 Tips During National Career Development Month

Career Technologies & Top Sites you can use right now to source co-op/internships during the COVID Pandemic!

  1. Self-enroll in the canvas course: Job Search Essentials
  2. CareerLink – access 20K companies, 34K company contacts, career library and list of recruiting events
  3. Reference USA – access 15M, yes that many, companies’ information and nearly 2.5Million internships
  4. Career Spots – access videos on career exploration, career readiness and internship searching
  5. InterviewStream – practice your interviewing skills remotely, get feedback and build your confidence
  6. Going Global – access information on internships internationally and domestically
  7. Student Resources for Job Searching in Times of Crisis- Find out who is hiring right now
  8. GradLeaders – Who is hiring dashboard
  9. Linkedin – See who is hiring right now List
  10. Best of Behance – Access opportunities for creative professionals, marketing, web and advertising
  11. Take advantage of upcoming events including CareerTreks and other virtual workshops/events found in CareerLink

Career Services has given all students access to key technologies and resources to leverage in search for co-ops/internships, professional positions and networking.  Reference USA, Career Spots, Interview Stream and Going Global can be accessed once logged into CareerLink.

If you are looking for individual help don’t forget to schedule an appointment with a Career Counselor.  Sign up for a timeslot in CareerLink or call 715-232-1601. 

Sponsored by: Career Services
For more information: or StoutCloud
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