From: Involvement Center
Date: March 31, 2021
Subject: Campus Life Today | Wednesday, March 31, 2021



60 Seconds of Civics: Know Your Rights

Wednesday, March 31
10:30am - 1:30pm
Outside Involvement Center
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Come test your knowledge of the Bill of Rights and share what each Amendment means to you!



Virtual Bingo

Wednesday, March 31
7:00pm - 8:00pm
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Are you a Bingo fan? We have bingo nights happening every Wednesday of the semester. Join us on Teams to play virtually. Those lucky enough to get a BINGO (or two) can win virtual giftcards and prizes. Join us alongside your other fellow Blue Devils for a night of *virtual* fun!



Kenosha Unified School District: Virtual Career Trek 

Wednesday, March 31
2:00pm - 3:00pm
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Attending a Virtual Career trek is an opportunity:
• to engage with industry professionals
• expand your network
• increase your awareness of career possibilities

You can build connections that will help with your job search AND discover potential career paths that you might not have considered.  



Gully Boys Virtual Show

Wednesday, March 17 at 7:00pm
to Wednesday, March 31 at 11:55pm
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Blue Devil Productions is proud to present Gully Boys!

Citing influences such as No Doubt and Hole, Gully Boys have crafted a sound that brings a new life to the nostalgic '90s grunge rock that is irresistible to many. They released their debut album, Not so Brave, in the summer of 2018. In the same year, they were named City Pages' number one “Picked to Click, Best New Band”. Most recently, they released a new EP, Phony, at the end of 2019. - currently on regular rotation on Seattle’s KEXP and Minneapolis’ The Current.



The Brown Bag on Drag

Wednesday, March 31
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Elk Creek Room, Merle Price Commons
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What are the roots of drag, and how has it changed? Does drag still benefit the trans communities it was created by, or is it a commodification of trans identity? Let's talk about it. Bring your questions, your thoughts, and an open mind for an open conversation exploring these and other questions.




Friday, April 2
6:00pm - 11:30pm
APPA 210 & 321
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What is it that makes you...YOU? Pixar Animation Studios’ introduces Joe Gardner – a middle-school band teacher who gets the chance of a lifetime to play at the best jazz club in town. But one small misstep takes him from the streets of New York City to The Great Before – a fantastical place where new souls get their personalities, quirks and interests before they go to Earth. Determined to return to his life, Joe teams up with a precocious soul, 22, who has never understood the appeal of the human experience. As Joe desperately tries to show 22 what’s great about living, he may just discover the answers to some of life’s most important questions.

To watch virtually go here.



60 Seconds of Civics: Map of Menomonie

Wednesday, April 7
10:30am - 1:30pm
Outside Involvement Center
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Do you know each of our town's small businesses? Come test your knowledge by placing a business in the correct spot on our Menomonie map board!



Nebulazur with Staring Contest

Thursday, April 1
8:00pm - 10:00pm
Great Hall, MSC
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Blue Devil Productions is excited to welcome EDM artist Nebulazur to UW-Stout campus, along with opener Staring Contest! Make sure to join us in the Great Hall, MSC on Thursday, April 1 at 8:00 pm to catch a FREE show that'll make you wanna dance! Masks and social distancing required.

Nebulazur is a Wisconsin-based artist who is self-described as "fully immersed in the EDM culture".

Check out the NEBULAZUR NETWORK for contact, merch, art, and more! Link

Staring Contest is a local experimental bass and free-format DJ.

Check out his Soundcloud at: Soundcloud Link


Spikeball Club at UW-Stout!

UW-Stout now has a Spikeball Club! Players of all skills levels welcome. We meet weekly on Wednesday nights for pick-up games, and are starting a league on Monday nights! 

Sponsored by: Spikeball Club 
For more information contact: Jared Kula
Phone: (763) 233-9495

OPEN APPLICATIONS for McNair Scholars Program

Are you an undergraduate student interested in going to graduate school in the future? The McNair Scholars Program may be the place for you! The program prepares students for graduate school and offers many benefits, including a summer stipend of $4,300, free graduate school applications, and a dedicated support system. Apply via the website. Rolling admissions (no deadline).

Sponsored by: McNair Scholars Program
For more information contact: Jen Giesking
Phone: 715-232-5491

Orientation is Hiring!

The New Student Orientation and Advisement Center are hiring for Orientation and Registration Assistants (ORA) and Week One Orientation (WOO) Leaders to assist with new student transitions this summer and next fall. Both positions can be found on Career Link and deadlines to apply are fast approaching - April 9th for WOO and April 14th for ORA

Sponsored by: Orientation
For more information contact: Britta Miller

Register for Research Day 2021

Research Day is a campus-wide event in which students and faculty disseminate their research and celebrate their hard work throughout the academic year. Due to COVID-19 restrictions and best social distancing practice, the event will be held virtually via Canvas. Research can be presented as a poster, screencast, or lecture format - if you'd like to participate in Research Day, please register by April 18 via the link below!

Sponsored by: Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
For more information contact: Stephen Eibes
Registration Link

WiSys Quick Pitch

Register for WiSys Quick Pitch 

Register for the WiSys Quick Pitch! A student “pitch” competition that inspires UW System students to consider the impact of their research. Participants have three minutes to impress a panel of judges with their research and their ability to articulate its larger importance to society.

The winner from each campus wins a $300 prize and a spot in the Quick Pitch State Final! Plus, WiSys will provide training and support to craft your presentation. A training session is required to present.

Register via the link below!

Sponsored by: Office of Research and Sponsored Programs/WiSys 
For more information contactRay French
Registration Link

SSA Debate Night

2021 SSA Election Debate Night!

The Stout Student Association’s elections are quickly approaching! To give students an opportunity to learn more about candidates, there will be a debate night held with the candidates that will appear on the ballot and any write-in candidates that wish to come.

The SSA Election Debate will be held on April 1st, 2021 at 6pm virtually through Microsoft Teams. The event is open to all to ask questions of the people running for these incredibly important positions! Event details can be found here.

Come and see potential student leaders present their case for why they should represent and advocate for you, ask questions about them and their future plans for the Stout Student Association, and get involved in your student association!

If you want to run for a position but missed the candidate nomination period, never fear- write-in campaigns are welcome and encouraged! This is a great opportunity to ask people for votes so people will write you in for that position on the ballot when it is sent out. Email the Clerk of Elections to confirm you will participate in the debate.

Sponsored by: Stout Student Assocation
For more information contact: SSA Vice President Chris Johnson 

Campus Climate Survey

Campus Climate Survey 

There’s still time to complete the Campus Climate Survey! All undergraduate students are invited to share about their unique experiences as a UW-Stout student. The survey is open through April 2nd! If you complete the survey you will be entered for a chance to win a $25 Amazon pre-paid card, so complete your survey today!

Sponsored by: Dean Of Students
For more information contact: Dominique Vargas 
Survey Link

Wednesday, March 31
Start End   Event         Location
8:00am 1:00pm Donation Drive for Helping Hands Day 2- Merle Price Commons Private Location (rsvp to display)
9:30am 11:00am Sustainability Council Weekly Meeting Private Location (rsvp to display)
10:30am 1:30pm 60 Seconds of Civics: Know Your Rights Outside Involvement Center
11:15am 12:10pm Making the News: UW-Stout Students Contribute to Local Journalism TBD
2:00pm 3:00pm Kenosha Unified School District: Virtual Career Trek  VIRTUAL EVENT
5:30pm 6:30pm Running Club Private Location (rsvp to display)
6:00pm 7:00pm Student for Consent Meeting TBD
6:00pm 7:00pm EWB Weekly Meeting Cedar/Maple Room (MSC)
6:00pm 7:00pm STS Meeting & Guest Speaker TBD
6:00pm 7:00pm The Brown Bag on Drag Elk Creek Room, Merle Price Commons
6:00pm 7:00pm Hooplah Zine Club Weekly meeting Cranberry Creek Room, Merle Price Commons
6:00pm 8:15pm Delta Zeta Sorority Study Hours Jarvis Hall Science Wing Rm. 110
6:30pm 7:30pm IEEE - Milwaukee Electronics Virtual Tour TBD
6:30pm 8:00pm Digital Missions Trip -- The Dunes Gilbert Creek Room, Merle Price Commons
7:00pm 8:00pm SRA - Election Night for VP and President TBD
7:00pm 8:00pm Alpha Phi Big/Little Reveal Private Location (rsvp to display)
7:00pm 8:00pm Virtual Bingo Private Location (rsvp to display)
7:00pm 9:00pm Weekly Pick-up Game | Spikeball Club Johnson Fieldhouse courts 3 and 4
7:30pm 9:00pm Foundations Campus Ministry Weekly Meeting Jarvis 114
UW-Stout COVID Update
Q. Is Athletics starting back up?
A. Winter sports competed on a limited basis, and spring sports are currently in their outdoor seasons. Streaming of all home contests is available online.
Q. If I’ve been vaccinated do I still have to test, mask, and practice social distancing?
A. It is very important that we all continue to mask, social distance, and avoid large groups during the final weeks of the semester, as per CDC guidance.
Q. What should I know about registering for fall classes?
A: It’s important! Registering for classes as early as you can helps ensure that classes do not appear as “low enrolled” and end up getting canceled. Also, Fall 2021 will see Stout returning to a more “normal” schedule in terms of the number of in-person classes. Reach out to your advisor if you have any questions. They are there to help. You can also find additional information on the Registration and Records website.
Q. Not having a spring break has been challenging for my mental health. What can I do to stay mentally healthy from now until the end of the semester?
A: Taking time to focus on your health and wellbeing is important in order to maintain your mental health. While everyone will benefit from different coping skills, what is important is that you take the time to get a break and recharge in this final month of the semester. This may include getting enough sleep, eating well, exercising, taking short breaks throughout the day, getting outside, connecting with friends and family, engaging in a hobby, meditation, taking a break from news or social media, creating a routine, etc. Try to pick at least one self-care activity to do each day, even if only for a few minutes.
Q: I want to talk to a counselor. How do I connect with the Counseling Center and what should I expect?
A: To schedule an appointment, you can either call 715-232-2468 or stop up to the Counseling Center located at 410 Bowman Hall. Your initial appointment will be scheduled for 30 minutes. The Counseling Center is currently providing confidential telehealth services, including individual, couples, and group counseling and crisis appointments. The Counseling Center does have a room you can reserve if you need a private space for your appointment.

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

Career Ready Wednesday
Career Ready Wednesday

Have you been thinking of a career with the government? Take advantage of an upcoming information session about the U.S. Department of State.


The U.S. Department of State employs adventurous, adaptable, well-rounded strategic problem-solvers, from diverse educational, geographic, and cultural backgrounds and perspectives, who want to contribute to our global society. If you have the desire to live and work in any country in the world, including those with unstable governments or infrastructures or both – and can integrate into culturally diverse environments, we have an opportunity for you.

These U.S. citizens comprise the Foreign and Civil Services, in which there are over 30 different career paths from which to choose.

This session will be led by diplomat in residence Ron Packowitz who has 20 years of service with the State Department



Sponsored by: Career Services
For more information: or StoutCloud
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