From: Involvement Center
Date: February 3, 2021
Subject: Campus Life Today | Wednesday, February 3, 2021



Virtual Bingo

Wednesday, February 3
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!



Networking & Professional Social Media- LinkedIn

Wednesday, February 3
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Jarvis Science Wing, Room 112, 302 10th Avenue East, 106 Memorial Student Center
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SRA will be presenting tips and tricks on how to create a professional social media network and review LinkedIn as a professional tool for your success!



Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Friday, February 5
6:00pm - 11:30pm
APPA 210 with extra space available once capacity is reached, 
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This event is first come first serve. If you would like a seat at this event we recommend showing up a couple of minutes early. There is no virtual link to this movie, it is an in-person exclusive.

Bitten by a radioactive spider in the subway, Brooklyn teenager Miles Morales suddenly develops mysterious powers that transform him into the one and only Spider-Man. When he meets Peter Parker, he soon realizes that there are many others who share his special, high-flying talents. Miles must now use his newfound skills to battle the evil Kingpin, a hulking madman who can open portals to other universes and pull different versions of Spider-Man into our world.



Natural Areas Club - Snowshoe to Bonfire Social ÔØä´©Å

Saturday, February 6
2:45pm - 8:00pm
Lake Menomin Park, 2997 Domain Dr., Menomonie, WI
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NAC is sponsoring a "snowshoe to bonfire" social! Snowshoes are free for all registered participants, we just ask that those interested register on connect , that way we have an accurate estimate on how many pairs of snowshoes to rent.

The event will be held at Lake Menomin Park on February 6th- starting at 2:45 PM. We'll start by handing out snowshoes, then depart for the bonfires together at 3:00 PM

PLEASE NOTE: No physical or hard labor required, just have fun traipsing through the winter wonderland.



Virtual Baking with Coltan

Saturday, February 6
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Microsoft Teams
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The Involvement Center is proud to announce a fabulous virtual baking event co-sponsored by the Qube and Blue Devil Productions. Warm your apartments by turning on the ovens and whip up cupcakes with UW-Stout alumnus, Coltan! They'll teach you how to create Rainbow Confetti Cupcakes, a tasty favorite from their must-have book Spread Love (and buttercream).

Please view the event's File Attachments to find the Recipe and Baking Supplies you will need to follow alongside Coltan!



J.B. Hunt: Virtual Career Trek 

Wednesday, February 3
2:00pm - 3:00pm
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This event is part of the UW System Spring 2021 Virtual Career Trek series, and is hosted by UW Superior. All UW System students are invited to attend!

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. 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 2 p.m.

Learn more about J.B. Hunt here.

Located: Pleasant Prairie, WI

Description: Focusing on technology, supply chain optimization, and freight transportation, J.B. Hunt fosters a culture of innovation and collaboration. The company creates industry-leading products and services, driven by the ideas of a diverse set of employees throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Professional and personal growth, serving the community, and providing top-rated service to their customers, carriers, and employees is at the heart of what they do. J.B. Hunt offers its employees many tools for personal and professional development, including a number of employee resource groups, extensive training opportunities, and career development.

Industry: Transportation & Logistics

Learn more and see the schedule here.



Grand Traverse Resort and Spa | Employer in Residence

Thursday, February 4
11:00am - 2:00pm
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Employer in Residence is an opportunity to engage with industry professionals, expand your network and increase your awareness of career possibilities. 


  • Employer to provide company overview and recruitment of UW-Stout students for Co-op/Internship or Professional Positions. 
  • List for all open positions here.
1:00pm – 2:00pm | VIRTUAL OFFICE HOURS
  • ÔÇïEmployer Meet & Greet / Informational Interview Time

At Grand Traverse Resort and Spa, your vacation comes to life with a 900 acre backdrop of rolling greens, woodlands and beach, surrounded by orchards, vineyards and the beautiful blue waters of Lake Michigan. 

Golf Enterprise Management
Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management
Health Wellness and Fitness
Engineering-Facility Management
Business Administration - Accounting

Learn more here!


Campus Climate Survey is Important

In her latest video, Chancellor Katherine Frank asks students to complete the Campus Climate Survey.   Data from the survey will be used to develop short- and long-term goals for campuswide initiatives to enhance the campus climate.  A link to the survey will be sent to students directly and those who complete it will be entered into a drawing for one of 130 Amazon gift cards.

Sponsored by: Chancellor's Office
For more information contact: Dominique Vargas

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Writing Center Online Tutoring

The UW-Stout Writing Center offers online support to UW-Stout students with projects like papers, reports, resumes, and personal statements. Students may reserve a Live Chat virtual meeting or submit documents for an Email Tutorial. Reserve appointments at the Writing Center’s scheduling site. Contact Kim Blomquist for more information.

Sponsored by: UW-Stout Writing Center
For more information contact: Kim Blomquist

Book an appointment here!

The Quill

February Edition of the Quill is Ready!

This is a collaborative newsletter brought to you by the Dean of Students Office, Disability Services, Fostering Success, the Involvement Center, McNair, Multicultural Student Services, The Qube, Student Support Services and Veteran's Services. Click here to check it out!

Sponsored by: Dean of Students
For more information contact: Dominique Vargas  

Samuel E. Wood Medallion Award for Student Leadership 

The Samuel E. Wood Award for Student Leadership looks to recognize our Student Leaders who will be graduating in the coming Spring and following Fall, for their non-academic contributions to the community at UW-Stout. 

This includes but is not limited to leadership in Student Organizations, Housing, Greek Life, Preforming Arts, Athletics, On-Campus Employment, and so on. We want to hear your involvement stories and see how you have improved as a person, helped improve others, or the campus! This is a very prestigious award only given to less than 1% of graduates each year, it is also the highest non-academic award any student at UW-Stout can achieve! 

There is an application process which will also require at least two letters of recommendation from people who are aware of our involvement in the Stout Community, and a cover letter along with the application so those who will be reviewing the applications can get a better sense of you and our involvement at Stout! 

More details such as the application, style guide, specific examples of what we are looking for and more can all be found on the SSA Connect Website. Applications are due March 1st at 11:59pm! If you have any questions about the application, award, or process please reach out to Chris Johnson Vice President of Stout Student Association.

Sponsored by: Stout Student Association 
For more information contact:  Chris Johnson
Learn more

Wednesday, February 3
9:30am 12:00pm Qube | Wake-Up Wednesdays The Qube
2:00pm 3:00pm J.B. Hunt: Virtual Career Trek  VIRTUAL EVENT
4:30pm 8:30pm Annual Budget Hearing Meeting Meeting Link
6:00pm 7:00pm Student for Consent Meeting -
6:00pm 7:00pm Strong Start Org Transition Workshop Private Location (rsvp to display)
6:00pm 6:30pm STS Meeting -
6:30pm 7:30pm IEEE Intro Night IEEE Discord
6:30pm 8:00pm The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo Gilbert Creek Room, Merle Price Commons
7:00pm 8:00pm Virtual Bingo Teams
7:00pm 8:00pm Networking & Professional Social Media- LinkedIn Jarvis Science Wing, Room 112
7:30pm 9:00pm Foundations Campus Ministry Weekly Meeting Jarvis 114
UW-Stout COVID Update

COVIDÔÇ»Edition Campus Life (Student) FAQ 

Q. Where can I go to receive assistance with my coursework?
A. The Advising Center has aÔÇ»site that lists a variety resourcesÔÇ»that are free for students to use, whether they are on campus or off campus students. 

Q. Why do I need to be tested?
A.ÔÇ» TheÔÇ»testing requirement is due to theÔÇ»UW System Administrative Policy 600-01.ÔÇ» The testing program is part of a comprehensive effort to support the health and safety of the campus and greater community.

Q. I have already had COVID-19, am I required to be tested?
A.ÔÇ» IfÔÇ»you have had COVID-19 within the past 90 days, you are not required to be tested.ÔÇ»Students should be prepared to show proof of having had COVID-19 to the university to be exempt from testing.

Q. If I tested positive for COVID-19 or I am awaiting PCR test results and am required to isolate, whatÔÇ»should I do?
A.ÔÇ»First and foremost, students shouldÔÇ»respond to any phone calls from a contact tracer.ÔÇ»Residential students who need to isolate or quarantine will receive information from University Housing and should follow the directions provided in the e-mail. Off-campus students should isolate or quarantine in their residence. Students should not attend in-person classes and should contact their instructors to let them know that they will not be able to attend face-to-face classes.ÔÇ» It is theÔÇ»student’sÔÇ»responsibility to communicate with their instructorsÔÇ»and to stay on top of their coursework.ÔÇ»Students who hold a job on or off campus, should notify their employer that they are unable to work until their quarantine has ended.

Q. I am struggling with feeling isolated on campus with all the COVID restrictions. What can I do?
A. We haveÔÇ»several resourcesÔÇ»available to support students, and we encourage students to connect with the resources available to them. The Connect App for students has up-to-date information about campus activities and programs that may be of interest.

Career Ready Wednesday

Employers are hiring! Spring recruitment events are scheduled, time to save the date(s)!

FULL List of Recruitment Events


  • February 15-26 

  • Career Conference Prep –ÔÇ»CANVASÔÇ» 

  • Be sure to join our live sessions! 


  • March 2, 3 & 4 2021 

  • Spring 2021 Career Conference – VIRTUAL (Career Fair Plus App) 

  • StartÔÇ»researching employers now! They are ready to hire and our list is growing daily. 

  • Scheduling Window opens to students on Feb. 23 @ 8:00AM 

  • March 22-26, 2021 

  • March 23 

  • 3:00pm – 7:00pm 

  • March 30 

  • LevelÔÇ» Up Your Networking Game 

  • 4:00pm – 5:30pm 

Check outÔÇ»CareerLinkÔÇ»andÔÇ»Career Services ConnectÔÇ»page for additional regional events and our weeklyÔÇ»Career TreksÔÇ»andÔÇ»Employer and ResidenceÔÇ»sessions.

Schedule an appointment with a Career Counselor.ÔÇ» Sign up for a timeslot in CareerLink or call 715-232-1601 

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