From: Involvement Center
Date: March 11
Subject: Campus Life Today | Thursday, March 11, 2021



THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 2021

EVENT

Calling All The Shots: A COVID Vaccine Information Panel

Wednesday, March 17
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Microsoft Teams
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Not sure if you plan to get vaccinated? Find out about the benefits of the COVID-19 vaccines, how they work, the possible side effects and the importance of continuing to take infection prevention steps. Join us for an informational panel and get your questions answered to make the best decision for you.

Panelist include:

Dr. Erin Hall-Rhoades, Physician at UW-Stout
KT Gallagher, Health Officer/Director at Dunn County
Sandi Scott, Dean of Students at UW-Stout
Dr. Alex Hall, Biology Professor & Physician at UW-Stout

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EVENT

JoJo Green with Freezer Jam

Thursday, March 11
8:00pm - 10:00pm
Great Hall, MSC
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Blue Devil Productions is proud to present JoJo Green with an opening act by Freezer Jam!  JoJo Green is a Top-Shelf pop-fusion band based out of Minneapolis, MN. There will also be an opening performance by the Freezer Jam, a band formed of Stout Students!

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EVENT

Monday Meet Up | Yoga and Zumba

Monday, March 15
7:00pm - 8:30pm
MSC, Great Hall
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Monday Meet Ups are a series of collaborative, various themed evening events that allow you to get to know other Blue Devils and take some time to refresh and learn more about you.

This week we are collaborating with URec to promote wellness with an evening including both Zumba and Yoga in the Great Hall. Bring a mat if you have one or feel free to use one of ours. Cookies will also be provided to all attendees.

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EVENT

Stout COVIDversary

Wednesday, March 17
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Microsoft Teams (RSVP to display)
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On March 17, 2020, our campus closed to the public in an effort to slow the spread of the COVID pandemic. On Stout’s first COVIDversary, join the UW-Stout Archives to view recordings from its June 2020 COVID campus oral history project and learn more about how some members of the Stout community coped with the Spring 2020 closure. We’ll leave time for meeting participants to share their thoughts and stories. Register to reserve your spot and receive the Teams meeting link.

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EVENT

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion - Student Town Hall

Tuesday, March 16
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Teams
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All students are invited to join our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Team in our Spring 2021 Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Town Hall. The Town Hall is March 16 from 3:30pm-5:00pm on Teams.

During this time students will hear updates on our university’s EDI initiatives, and then there will be breakout groups for small group discussions to talk through what Stout students would like to see from the
university in regard to continuing our commitment to EDI.

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Library Newsletter

Library Newsletter Has Moved Online!

The library's monthly "Check This Out!" newsletter has made the jump to the digital space! This change is a way to connect students to news and updates at the library in a more accessible manner. Take a look at the digital newsletter to see what is happening at the library this month!

Sponsored by: UW-Stout LIbrary
For more information contact: Jackson Yang
Library Newsletter

Bus Satisfaction Survey

Bus Satisfaction Survey

We are asking students to participate in an anonymous satisfaction survey about the StoutRoute and Community Route bus services provided by Dunn County Transit before March 12th. The survey takes about 5 minutes to complete and can be found here. Thank you for helping us improve our bus services!

Sponsored by: Sustainability Office and SSA
For more information contact: Sarah Rykal
Survey Link

Register for Research Day 2021

Research Day 2021 is April 22, 2021 - please register by Friday April 16! 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. Any questions can be directed to Stephen Eibes.

Sponsored by: Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
For more information contact: Stephen Eibes
Register Here

Thursday, March 11
Start End   Event         Location
9:00am 10:00am International Student Tax Seminar TBD
3:00pm 3:30pm Student Support Services | Walk It Out Meet Between Bowman Hall and Harvey Hall
5:30pm 8:00pm Auto Club Shop Night Auto Club House
6:00pm 7:00pm HSSO | Virtual General Meeting TBD
6:00pm 7:00pm Third Meeting of Semester - Nametag Day/St. Patrick’s Celebration | Aspiring Educators of Wisconsin Cranberry Creek Room - Price Commons
6:00pm 7:00pm LGBTQIA+ Mental Health Support Group Microsoft Teams
7:00pm 9:00pm Covert Operations Virtual Game Night | AMCS Womens Club Private Location (rsvp to display)
7:00pm 8:00pm Colleges Against Cancer - Spring Events Meeting Northwoods Room, Memorial Student Center
7:00pm 9:00pm International Women's Day | An-Bu Virtual
7:30pm 9:30pm Cru Large Group In Person Watch Parties Jarvis Hall Rooms 112 & 114
Mental Health Benefits of Physical Activity

Mental Health Benefits of Physical Activity 

  1. Decreases signs and symptoms of depression - not only does it help at the time, but it also can help you from relapsing
  2. Acts as a natural anti-anxiety treatment - exercise helps relieve tension and stress by releasing endorphins!
  3. Helps relieve stress - physical activity helps your muscles relax and by relieving stress in your body, your mind is also at ease
  4. Reduce symptoms of ADHD - exercising regularly improves concentration, motivation, memory, and mood
  5. Helps with PTSD - the physical movement of exercises benefits your nervous system by moving you out of the immobilization and stress response characteristics of post traumatic stress disorder
  6. Increases self-esteem - regular investment in yourself, including your mind and body, helps with your image of self worth and produces feelings of achievement
  7. Improves sleep - bursts of movement throughout the day can regulate your sleep patterns, and doing things like yoga or stretching at night can promote feelings of sleepiness

UW-Stout Counseling Center
410 Bowman Hall (Clocktower Building)
Office: 715-232-2468   Hours: 8AM-4:30PM

We are currently providing Telehealth services via Microsoft Teams to virtually meet with Stout students.  As always, these sessions are confidential and at no additional cost to enrolled students. You can schedule an appointment by calling the above office number.
Emergency and Crisis Resources: Call 911 if you are experiencing an emergency. Other mental health crisis options that are available 24/7 include:
  • Northwest Connections: 1-888-552-6642 (local area, Western WI)
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-825