From: Involvement Center
Date: January 23
Subject: Campus Life Today | Monday, January 23, 2023



Spring Involvement Fair

Thursday, January 26
5:00pm - 7:00pm
MSC Great Hall
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Drop by to meet student organization leaders and learn more about involvement opportunities on campus.

Student organizations can register to participate here



Tabling Tuesdays with the Qube | Sexual Health & Safer Sex

Tuesday, January 24
11:00am - 1:00pm
MSC 1st Floor
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Join the Qube for our biweekly Tabling Tuesdays event! Stop by our table on the MSC 1st Floor from 11am-1pm to pick up information and resources on LGBTQIA+ Sexual Health, Safer Sex Kits, plus information and resources on Reproductive Rights and Roe v. Wade (01/22/1973).



Hot Chocolate Wednesdays

Wednesday, January 25
10:00am - 1:00pm
The Qube (Price Commons 121)
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Join the Qube for hot chocolate every Wednesday from 10AM-1PM. Stop by for a cup of hot chocolate, to take a study break, or hang out in our back lounge.



TNO: Little Fevers w/Dan Israel

Thursday, January 26
8:00pm - 10:00pm
MSC Terrace
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Little Fevers is a smart and infectious indie-pop group from Minneapolis fronted by songwriter Lucy Michelle.

Make Your Nominations for the Leadership Awards

Make Your Nominations for the Leadership Awards

Campus is now accepting nominations for the 2023 Leadership Awards.
-Outstanding Student Leader of the Year
-Student Employee of the Year
-Student Staff Team of the Year
-Student Org Event of the Year
-Student Org of the Year
-Bill Siedlecki Advisor of the Year

All nominees will be honored on May 3rd at the annual Leadership Awards. Learn more and make your nominations on CONNECT. Nomination deadline: Friday, March 10th at 11:59PM.   

Sponsored by: Involvement Center
For more information contact: Nicole Eastman-Frazier

University Court Seeking Student Leaders

Stout Student Association is currently seeking applicants interested in serving as a University Court Justice. This is a great opportunity for students seeking opportunities to enhance their skills in the areas of conflict resolution, professional communications, and critical reasoning. The role also provides a chance to truly make a difference on campus while enhancing your resume through student leadership.

The purpose of the University Court is to maintain established standards by helping student organizations understand their responsibilities to the university community through the enforcement of the Student Org Code of Conduct. The court serves as an opportunity for the UW-Stout community to hold student organizations accountable for conduct outside of the mission, vision, and policies of the university.

Court positions are eligible for compensation. Applications will be reviewed as received, interested applicants should apply early for full consideration.    

Sponsored by: Stout Student Association
For more information contact: University Court Advisor

2022-2023 Outstanding Graduate Faculty Award Nominations

Each year, a graduate faculty member is awarded the Outstanding Graduate Faculty of the Year. Graduate faculty, who are nominated by graduate students are evaluated on the following criteria: Commitment of Service, Mentoring, Professional Activities, Accessibility and Dependability, Quality of Teaching, Research/Thesis Advising, and Enthusiasm.

Please nominate a graduate faculty member you feel is deserving of this award. A full list of graduate faculty is available here for reference. You may nominate more than one graduate faculty member; each nomination must be a separate submission.

You can find the nomination form here. Nominations will be excepted now through Friday, April 7, 2023 at 12:00 p.m. (CST). 

Sponsored by: Graduate School
For more information contact: Lorin Kuester
Grad Faculty List
Nomination Form

Graduate School January Newsletter Available

The Graduate School January newsletter is available. This edition contains important dates to remember, exciting University Library resources, scholarships, call for nominations for graduate faculty of the year award and more.

Sponsored by: Graduate School
For more information contact: Lorin Kuester

Early Registration for National Conference on Undergraduate Research Now Open

Registration to attend the National Conference on Undergraduate Research at UW-Eau Claire (April 13-15, 2023) is now open. If you wish to receive the student early registration rate of ($220), register here by January 31. Note: Registration fees are the responsibility of the registrant, unless otherwise communicated to you by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. UW-Stout is a CUR Institutional Member (CUR IsM).

Sponsored by: Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
For more information contact: Chela Cea

Writing Center Open

UW-Stout's Writing Center offers free support to students with writing projects like papers, reports, resumes and personal statements. It offers three service options:  

  • In-person consultations in Harvey Hall, room 174
  • E-tutoring consultations on Microsoft Teams
  • Email consultations  

Students reserve appointments by visiting the center’s scheduling site. 

Sponsored by: Writing Center 
For more information contactKim Blomquist

Monday, January 23
Start End   Event         Location
8:00am 8:00pm 2023 Spring UDS Hiring Event  Online Event
5:00pm 6:00pm Butts & Guts West Gym, JFH
6:00pm 9:00pm Weekly TTG Meeting 2nd Floor, Library
6:00pm 8:00pm Lutheran Campus Ministry Ministry Building
9:00pm 11:00pm Bowling | Competitive and Recreational Practice Broadway Bowl
9:00pm 11:00pm Men's Volleyball Practice 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 53rd Congress

Tuesday, January 31
6:30pm - 10:30pm
MSC Ballroom A
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Please join us for this weeks meeting of 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 our Communications Specialist in advance.

Want to learn more about the Stout Student Association?  Click here!

Civics on Monday

Its National Poverty Awareness Month. Stout has a food pantry and local organizations, like Stepping Stones, offer resources if you need assistance. 

What percentage of college students are food insecure in the United States?

Answer here for a chance to win a Blue Devil Market Voucher.