From: Involvement Center
Date: October 18, 2021
Subject: Campus Life Today | Monday, October 18, 2021



Free Speech and the Labor Movement

Monday, October 18
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Cedar/Maple Rooms, MSC
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Monday's event will be moderated by Tim Shiell (MCSII Director) and feature speaker Jon Shelton (History, UW-Green Bay), and respondents Bob Zeidel (History, UW-Stout) and Tim Shiell (MCSII Director).



Should Universities Punish Student Social Media Expression?

Tuesday, October 19
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Cedar/Maple Rooms, MSC
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Tuesday's event will be moderated by Dominique Vargas (EDI Interim Executive Director) and feature panelists Adam Kissel (Senior Fellow, Cardinal Institute for WV Policy), Howard Schweber (Political Science, UW-Madison), and Sandi Scott (Dean of Students).



What can I do with a Science Degree

Wednesday, October 20
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Microsoft Teams
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Freaking out about what your career will look like with that science degree you are pursuing if you:

Hate working at the bench?
Don’t want to be a teacher or professor?
Are unsure about going to grad school?

Haven’t thought about anything other than making it through today. Let’s explore the options out there and answer your
questions to help you narrow down and find the best position(s) that fit you.

Join Promega Corporation for some career exploration!



Jackbox Games

Monday, October 25
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Terrace, MSC
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Bring your own electronic device to enjoy an evening of Jackbox games. Our audience will help choose which party pack and games we'll play. Entry to this event is free and there will be candy prizes!



Hate Speech vs Free Speech

Wednesday, October 20
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Sorensen 205
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This event is part of our Exploring the Limits of Expression series of events. Timothy Dale (UW-La Crosse) and Jane Kirtley (University of Minnesota) will discuss the distinctions between hate speech and free speech, and how they exist in our current climate and culture.



Psi Chi UW-Stout Graduate Panel Event

Wednesday, October 20
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Microsoft Teams
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Join us as we listen to a panel of UW-Stout students currently enrolled in graduate school here at Stout. Panelists will discuss their undergraduate successes, their current career path, and offer advice for current students. A representative from McNair Scholars will also be presenting. A Q&A will conclude the event.



Should Confederate Monuments Be Removed?

Wednesday, October 20
6:00pm - 7:00pm
Micheels 290, Bowman Hall 312
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Three SOAD students will be presenting research on whether or not Confederate monuments should be taken down, or left in place. The moderator for the discussion is Jon Rosario. Stephanie Howell will present from the perspective of keeping the monuments on view, while Nathan Gosswiller will counter that position by advocating to remove the monuments. Dr. Cynthia Bland is the faculty mentor.



Recruitment Event | Harley-Davidson Motor Company

Tuesday, October 19
10:00am - 2:00pm
Memorial Student Center, Northwoods Room
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Harley-Davidson is looking forward to chatting with Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors in Mechanical Engineering & Engineering Technology for both full-time and Cooperative Education and Internship Program (CEIP) positions!

Stop and chat with Harley-Davidson representatives about roles they are actively recruiting for and to schedule an interview.

Bring your resume with you and be ready to network!

About Harley Davidson:
We represent the Harley-Davidson® brand in a culture of diversity and continuous improvement doing what the Bar and Shield has been doing since 1903 – fulfilling dreams of personal freedom. And, we’re continuing our legacy by building the next generation of riders around the world.

This isn’t just any company. And yours isn’t just any career. It’s part of your story. Write it with us and make it legendary.


In Person Commencement Ceremonies

Commencement ceremonies for students graduating in the Fall and Winterm will be held on Saturday, December 18th. Ceremonies will be in-person and each student will be allowed 4 tickets. Guest seating will be in pods of 4, socially distanced at 3 feet apart. Extra tickets will not be available. The event will be livestreamed and individuals may view the ceremony from either the Commencement website or on campus in the Memorial Student Center. More details will be forthcoming. The deadline to apply and be included in the Commencement program is Friday, October 22nd. Learn how to apply for graduation by clicking, here!

Sponsored by: Commencement
For more information contact: Britta Miller

And Justice for All - Civil Liberties Art Exhibition

An art exhibition on the subject of civil liberties, on display from October 18th to October 29th in Applied Arts Gallery 209. The closing reception and awards ceremony will take place on October 27th at 5:30 PM. Curated by Renee Carrell and featuring jurors Cynthia Bland, Jerry Hui, Masako Onodera, and Shelley Pecha. This project was created for Cynthia Bland's Civil Liberties Research Fellowship, funded by the Menard Center for the Study of Institutions & Innovation.

Sponsored by: Menard Center for the Study of Institutions and Innovation
For more information contact: Cynthia Bland

Film Production On Campus for New Virtual Tour

The week of October 25-29, a EAB YouVisit film production crew will be on campus filming for a new UW-Stout virtual campus tour. Marketing Communications (MarCom) will coordinate the filming at various locations around campus. Signage will be at each location notifying individuals that filming is about to begin and/or in progress. During filming, if you are in the area being filmed, you may be asked to stay in place or relocate for a brief period.

Sponsored by: Marketing and Communications (MarCom)
For more information contact: Gary Schuester
Office of Research

Three student research conference oppertunities

Go to ORSP website for more information and links to apply! 
  • Viterbo in LaCrosse is hosting the Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium on Friday, November 12th. Apply as a presenter or attendee by Wednesday, November 3rd.
  • Harvard is hosting the National Collegiate Research Conference January 21st-23rd. Apply as a presenter or non-presenter by Wednesday, December 1st.
  • The virtual Council for Undergraduate Research national conference in April 2022 is accepting abstracts to present by Friday, Nov. 22.
Sponsored by: Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
For more information contact: Chela Cea 

Notetaker needed for student in CHEM 135

Disability Services is looking for a peer note-taker!  A peer note taker is needed for a student enrolled in CHEM 135 that meets Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday each week from 9:05am-10:00am. The pay is $10.00 per hour. This is what we are looking for: 
  • You must have good note-taking skills, legible handwriting, and be dependable. 
  • A GPA of 3.0 and above is preferred. 
  • You will be required to get the notes to the student on the same day as the class meets. 
  • If you miss class, it is your responsibility to find a replacement note-taker for that class session. 
If you are interested, please contact the Disability Services Office located in room 120 of the RSSLC (University Library). 
Sponsored by: Disability Services
For more information contact: Tamara Giljohann
Blue Devil Productions

Blue Devil Productions Applications Open

Are you interested in event planning, graphic design, web design or marketing? Blue Devil Productions has positions available for you. Blue Devil Productions is hiring and applications for all positions are now open. It is a great resume builder! If you would like more information visit our website or apply here!

Sponsored by: Blue Devil Productions 
For more information contact: Elizabeth Offerosky

Learning and Information Technology

Phishing Fridays by Learning and Information Technology

Learn more phishing tips by visiting our KB article about phishing. Also, keep a look out for more tips in your inbox, each phishing Friday.
Sponsored by: Learning and Information Technology
For more information contact: Heidi Catlin
More Information
Monday, October 18
Start End   Event         Location
12:00pm 1:00pm CPT Workshop TBD
12:30pm 2:30pm Monday Tabling - International Pronouns Day MSC first floor
1:00pm 1:00pm Cru Leadership Meeting MSC Oakwood Room
1:00pm 1:00pm Halloween Window Decorating Contest University Library, First Floor
5:00pm 6:30pm Open Door Support Group The Qube, Price Commons 121
5:00pm 6:00pm Street Level Campus Meeting Memorial Student Center | Badger Room
5:00pm 7:00pm Boxing Club Practice Mat Room 221
5:00pm 6:00pm WEAR Fashion Association Weekly Meetings Communications Technology Building Room 224
5:30pm 7:30pm Men's Rugby Practice Rugby Practice Field
6:00pm 7:30pm Lutheran Campus Ministry Connect Night The Ministry located in the Clock Tower Plaza, next to Harvey Hall
6:00pm 7:00pm Tea Time WEEKLY Meetings Micheels Hall 290
6:00pm 7:00pm ASBMB Meeting JHSW 103
6:00pm 9:00pm Tabletop Games Weekly Meeting! 2nd Floor of the Library
6:00pm 7:00pm InterVarsity Bible Study Hay River Room
7:00pm 8:00pm Skills for Inclusive Conversations Willow Walnut Room MSC
8:00pm 9:00pm Alcohol Safety Course Ballroom A, MSC
8:00pm 9:00pm Running Club The sidewalk outside of the Applied Arts building
9:00pm 11:00pm Recreational and Competitive Practice Broadway Bowl
9:00pm 11:00pm Women's Club Volleyball Johnson Field House
News From The Stout Student Association

Stay informed with the Stout Student Association. University Student Senate meetings are held weekly on Tuesdays with standing committee meetings throughout the week! 


University Student Senate 52.06

Tuesday, October 19
6:30pm - 10:00pm
Ballroom A, MSC
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Please join us for this week's meeting of University Student Senate! Our meetings are open and available to the public. Feel free to stop in and listen, and hear your peers discuss important student issues.

Monday, October 18
Start End   Event         Location
12:30pm 1:00pm Provost Candidate Meetings - Christian Hardigree White Pine Room, Memorial Student Center
2:00pm 3:00pm Financial Affairs Committee White Pine Room, MSC
2:30pm 3:30pm Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Council Meeting Badger Room - MSC
3:00pm 4:00pm Weekly Sustainability Council Meeting Teams
Tuesday, October 19
6:30pm 10:00pm University Student Senate 52.06 Ballroom A, Memorial Student Center
Wednesday, October 20
12:30pm 1:00pm Provost Candidate Meetings - Shadow Robinson White Pine Room, Memorial Student Center
4:00pm 5:30pm Organizational Affairs Committee Birch Room MSC
Thursday, October 21
2:30pm 3:30pm Congressional Committee TBD
4:00pm 5:00pm Student Technology Committee Memorial Student Center (MSC) Birch Room
Friday, October 22
12:30pm 1:00pm Provost Candidate Meetings - Kyle Swanson White Pine Room, Memorial Student Center
2:00pm 3:30pm Executive Board Committee Birch Room, Memorial Student Center
Civics on Monday

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Sponsored by: Involvement Center
For more information contact: Jessica Kielcheski