From: Involvement Center
Date: April 4, 2022
Subject: Campus Life Today | Monday, April 4, 2022



Adulting 101 | Employee Benefits

Wednesday, April 6
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Cedar/Maple Room - Memorial Student Center
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On the first Wednesday of each month, we will highlight a topic that you may encounter as you continue "Adulting"!
This month's topic will surround employee benefits and exploring your first career's benefits with Guest Speaker: Liz Julian from Career Services!



Part 2: PCB Design

Wednesday, April 6
6:40pm - 7:40pm
Fryklund Hall RM 201S
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This 3-part workshop walks you through the design process of creating your very own electrical circuit! Part 1 will have you map out the project using a breadboard for an overview understanding of how each component needs to be connected correctly. Part 2 will teach you how to design your own PCB based off of what you made on your breadboard and how to order them to be fabricated. Finally, Part 3 will have you solder components onto the ordered PCBs to complete the device. For each part of this workshop, be sure to bring your Arduino Uno from ETECH-100 and your laptop with the Arduino IDE installed. Be sure to register for each event prior to the night that they are hosted as there is a limit of 30 attendees due to supplies and materials.



SRA's Virtual Panel with Kohl's

Friday, April 8
2:00pm - 3:00pm
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Join SRA as we hear from a few speakers from Kohl's corporate offices, virtually! Speakers will talk about the retail industry and have a live Q&A.
Meeting Link



UW System Career Trek: Kerry

Wednesday, April 6
12:00pm - 1:00pm
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This event is part of the UW System Spring 2022 Virtual Career Trek series, and is hosted by UW Whitewater.

You can build connections that will help with your job search AND discover potential career paths that you might not have considered. It’s a unique chance to learn about a company of interest, any job or internship opportunities they have available, and what they might look for in candidates that apply. The Virtual Career Treks will be hosted every Wednesday at 12 PM.

Kerry is the global leader in the development of taste and nutrition solutions for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical markets. Our broad technology foundation, customer-centric business model, and industry-leading integrated solutions capability makes Kerry the co-creation partner of choice. Our purpose: Inspiring Food, Nourishing Life At Kerry we are guided by our purpose – helping customers make better food, in a better way for a better future. We inspire food by helping create better tasting, more authentic and nutritious food and beverages. We nourish life by producing safe, high quality products that help feed millions of lives every day. Innovative products that are more natural, more socially and environmentally friendly, and more sustainable. Our purpose is our way of helping shape a sustainable future for everyone, everywhere.

Locations in Wisconsin include Beloit, Manitowoc, Owen, Rothschild, and Vesper. Other locations in the United States and around the world.

Industry: Food & Beverage

Learn more and see the schedule here:



Spring 2022 Grad Fair

Thursday, April 7
10:00am - 2:00pm
Ballrooms, MSC
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• Get your photo taken with Empire Photography – get a professional photo taken in your regalia (or not) which can be purchased and used digitally, purchase prints, or other custom graduation items.
• Pick-up your tickets and cordons if applicable – we want to be sure you still receive these important mementos as part of your graduation experience.
• Meet with career services, registration and records, and estout to confirm you have finished all of your senior checkout process.
• Purchase your cap, gown, tassel and other graduation regalia from Stoutfitters

Online orders:
For full regalia and other commencement memorabilia use Herff Jones by following this link, For questions regarding class rings or other items including announcements, you can contact Herff Jones or text Stout to 811-411-4740.


Stout's Week of Service - April 18-22


We are looking for faculty, staff and students to volunteer for Stout’s Week of Service, April 18-22, 2022.


The EDI office has partnered with the United Way to celebrate National Volunteer Week. During this week we have organized five volunteer opportunities for UW-Stout community members to support our local community.


We are looking for volunteers each day to support local organizations:

  • Monday, April 18 – Positive Alternatives
  • Tuesday, April 19 – Menomonie Area Senior Center
  • Wednesday, April 20 – West CAP
  • Thursday, April 21 – United Way of Dunn County
  • Friday, April 22 – Bridge to Hope

Interested participants should complete the Stout’s Week of Service registration form. Faculty and staff do not have to take leave to participate; however, supervisor permission is needed.


Sponsored by: Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Office
For more information contact:

Megabus Begins Service at UW-Stout

Megabus Begins Service at UW-Stout

Megabus has added UW-Stout to their route with service between Minneapolis, Green Bay, Milwaukee and points in between.   UW-Stout service route begins April 1, 2022 with the Stout Library on 10th Ave. as the designated bus stop.  
Schedules, fares, and booking all available online.

Sponsored by: Sustainability Office For more information visit: Megabus

Upcoming Student Research Grant Deadlines

Upcoming Student Research Grant Deadlines

Students interested in conducting research this summer can submit a research grant proposal (≤$2,000) by May 1 or June 1. If your research will be in early summer (May/June), use the May 1 deadline; if in mid/late summer (after July 1), use the June 1 deadline. Students who finished research and want to present at a summer conference can submit a dissemination proposal (≤$1,000).

Sponsored by: Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
For more information visit: Research Grant

Severe Weather Sirens

Dunn County Emergency Management tests the community's outdoor weather sirens on the first Monday of the month from April through October. The sirens will be tested at approximately 10 a.m. on Monday, April 4. See Safety and Risk Management's severe weather page here.  Sponsored by: Safety and Risk Management Office For more information contactJim Uhlir

Undergraduate Student Focus Groups - April 17-27

Undergraduate Student Focus Groups – April 17-27

Undergraduate students are invited to participate in virtual focus groups. These focus groups are designed for students to discuss some of the common themes and ideas from the Spring 2021 Student Campus Climate Survey. Participants will receive a $50 Amazon gift card.    

The EDI office will host nine total focus groups, all taking place over Teams between April 17-27, 2022. Information gathered in these focus groups will be used in development of the 2022-2023 Inclusive Excellence Action Plan and share with groups like the Student Retention Committee to inform future planning.    

Interested students should complete the participation form. Eligible students will be contacted by the EDI office.      

Sponsored by: EDI Office
For more information contact: EDI
Sign up here: Undergraduate Focus Group

Rainbow Graduation Sign Up

Rainbow Graduation Sign Up

The Qube will be holding this year's Rainbow Graduation on May 5th. Graduating students can sign up by April 17th on CONNECT to participate in the ceremony and will receive a free rainbow tassel.

Sponsored by: The Qube
Sign up here: Rainbow Graduation

Monday, April 4
Start End   Event         Location
10:00am 12:00pm Monday Tabling with the Qube: Day of Silence MSC First Floor
10:00am 12:00pm Bylaws Redrafting Committee Online Event
10:00am 11:00am College Nationals Disc Golf Team Marion, NC
12:30pm 1:15pm MBEA Officer Meeting Herritage Conference Room
4:00pm 5:30pm Tea Time Price Commons, Room 132
4:00pm 5:00pm 1000 Ways to Fry Heritage Hall, Rm 232
4:00pm 5:00pm Congressional Committee Birch Room, MSC
4:30pm 5:30pm The Dorm Development Series | The Power of a Profile HKMC
5:00pm 6:00pm Street Level Campus Meeting TBD
5:00pm 5:50pm Yoga MSC Ballroom C
5:00pm 6:30pm Open Door Support Group 121 Price Commons
5:00pm 6:00pm Student Wage Review Committee Involvement Center
5:00pm 7:00pm Boxing Club Practice Mat Room 221
6:00pm 9:00pm Phi Sigma Phi Business Meeting MSC Ballroom A
6:00pm 7:00pm Tea Time Weekly Meeting Micheels 290
6:00pm 7:00pm Running Club Applied Arts Building
6:00pm 9:00pm Tabletop Games Weekly Meeting! 2nd Floor of the Library
6:00pm 7:30pm Lutheran Campus Ministry Connect Night The Ministry located in the Clock Tower Plaza, next to Harvey Hall
6:00pm 8:00pm Student Workshop: Protest Art ($100 Stipend & Free Food!) TBD
6:00pm 6:50pm Butts n' Guts MSC Ballroom C
6:00pm 7:30pm ARC Study Night CHINNOCK 88
6:00pm 7:00pm BDP Meetings Northwoods Room, MSC
6:30pm 11:00pm Phi Theta Chi Weekly Meeting TBD
6:30pm 7:30pm IEEE Board Meeting Fryklund Hall RM 214 (CEE Study Lounge)
7:00pm 8:00pm BDP Exec Meeting Northwoods, MSC
7:00pm 8:00pm Failure is Impossible: The Journey of Women's Voting Rights Great Hall, Memorial Student Center
7:00pm 9:00pm Men's Rugby outdoor spring practice Turf football field
7:00pm 8:00pm Knowing The Woman Behind the Glass - Guest Speaker MSC Terrace
7:00pm 7:45pm ASL Club Biweekly Meeting JHSW 214 or Virtual via Microsoft Teams
7:00pm 8:00pm Innovative Digital Marketing Association Weekly Meeting Cranberry Creek Room, Merle Price Commons
9:00pm 11:00pm Men's Volleyball Practice Johnson Fieldhouse
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 52.24

Tuesday, April 5
6:30pm - 10:00pm
Ballroom A, MSC
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Please join us for this week's meeting of the University Student Senate!

The University Student Senate is the legislative body of the Stout Student Association and meets weekly to discuss university policy and shared governance, allocate fees, promote new initiatives in support of the students, and hear from campus leaders.

The agenda will be posted at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting and can be accessed here. Anyone in need of accommodations should contact the Director of Communications in advance.

Want to learn more about the Stout Student Association? Click here to learn more about our organization, how we serve students, and how YOU can get involved!

Monday, April 4
Start End   Event         Location
10:00am 12:00pm Bylaws Redrafting Committee Online Event
4:00pm 5:00pm Congressional Committee Birch Room, MSC
5:00pm 6:00pm Student Wage Review Committee Involvement Center
Tuesday, April 5
5:00pm 6:00pm Financial Affairs Committee White Pine Room, MSC
6:30pm 10:00pm University Student Senate 52.24 Ballroom A, MSC
Wednesday, April 6
6:00pm 9:00pm Student Government Election Candidate Town Hall The Terrace, Memorial Student Center (Located outside the Fireside Cafe)
Thursday, April 7
9:00am 10:00am Sustainability Council Online Event
4:30pm 5:30pm Equity Diversity and Inclusion Council Online Event
5:00pm 6:00pm Academic Life Committee Involvement Center 107
Friday, April 8
2:30pm 3:30pm Student Technology Committee Memorial Student Center, Badger Room
2:30pm 3:30pm Organizational Affairs Committee Eau Galle River Room in Merle Price Commons
3:30pm 4:30pm Executive Board Meeting Birch Room, Memorial Student Center
Civics On Monday - Small Businessess

Civics On Monday - Small Businesses

Small businesses are a crucial for local economies and provide jobs with more satisfaction among employees.
Let us know your favourite local business for a chance to win a prize!  

Sponsored by: Stout Reach
Participation link: here