From: Involvement Center
Date: May 4, 2021
Subject: Campus Life Today | Tuesday, May 4, 2021

TUESDAY, MAY 5, 2021


Student Speech on Social Media: 1st Amendment Rights in Public Schools & Public Universities

Wednesday, May 5
3:00pm - 5:00pm
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A panel will discuss a pending Supreme Court case, Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L., which will decide to what extent public schools may regulate student speech that occurs off-campus.

Moderated by Tim Shiell, Professor of Philosophy at the UW-Stout


  • Eric T. Kasper, Professor of Political Science at UW-Eau Claire
  • Justin Patchin, Professor of Criminal Justice at UW-Eau Claire
  • Darpana Sheth, Vice President of Litigation at Foundation for Individual Rights in Education

Co-sponsored by the UW-Eau Claire Menard Center for Constitutional Studies and the UW-Stout Menard Center for the Study of Institutions & Innovation

Summer STEAM Experience

Speak on a Student Panel for the 2021 Summer STEAM Experience!

Event Date: June 15th, 2021
Event Time: 11:00 am- 12:00 pm
Event Location: Virtual

This is a volunteer opportunity to speak on a panel for students of the 2021 Summer STEAM Experience who are entering grades 9 to 12.  
They are invited to explore career paths with UW-Stout faculty experts in a virtual setting.
Check out the Summer STEAM Experience to learn more.

Sponsored by: Professional Education Programs and Services
For more information contact: Rebecca Thacker


Pollinator Seeding at CRCPRA

Tuesday, May 4
5:00pm - 7:00pm
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Tuesday May 4th we'll be meeting at the CRCPRA to sow seeds in the western end of the property where the winter was spent clearing invasive species. The goal for the area being seeded is to support pollinator populations so the seed mix contains common prairie flowering plants like Bee balm, milkweeds, and black-eyed susans. The work shouldn't take too long so there should be plenty of time to take a hike around the site and check out the sights this spring, or to stop over at nearby Dobbs Landing to see the results of the recent prescribed burn in the areas where the NAC prepped fire breaks this fall.

Meet at the entrance kiosk at 5pm on Tuesday, wear sturdy shoes but no other protective gear will be necessary. We'll be spreading the seeds using sawdust to add extra volume for better dispersal so a mask might be a good idea to keep excess dust out of your nose and mouth.

UW-Stout Community Vaccination Clinic flyer

UW-Stout Community Vaccination Clinic

In partnership with Dunn County Public Health and Mayo Clinic Health System, campus is offering an upcoming communtity vaccination clinic.

  • When: Thursday, May 13 from 1:00 - 6:00 pm
  • Where: Multipurpose Room | Sports & Fitness Center | UW-Stout
  • Details
    • Registration Encouraged, Walk-Ins Welcome
    • Choice of J&J Janssen or Pfizer Vaccine
      • J&J Janssen: Must be 18 years or older
      • Pfizer: Available to those 16 years and older, 16-17 years of age must be accompanies by parent or guardian, and must be available in 3 weeks to receive the 2nd dose
    • Vaccine Registration Link

Sponsored by:  UW-Stout, Mayo Clinic Health System and Dunn Country Public Heath
For more information: Visit

Spring Commencement ceremonies

In her latest announcement, Chancellor Katherine Frank celebrates student achievements and invites faculty, staff, students, family and friends to watch livestreamed commencement ceremonies.

Past chancellor messages, including videos, are available here.

Sponsored by: Chancellor's Office
For more information: Announcement

Library Search@UW Changes

Search@UW is going to change on May 20. Overall, the interface will not change noticeably.  
Some things to note: 
    Duplicate titles and versions will no longer be combined into one result.
    The request forms may look slightly different. 
    The listing of databases for electronic resources under View It has a cleaner look. 
    The call numbers and location details for physical items in the library will not look the same. 
    Saved searches you currently have will need to be recreated. 
    Any URLs to Search@UW items you have bookmarked or use in Canvas will need to be changed. Please try the Beta version.

For more information about saved searches and updating links, visit the UW-Green Bay Guide- Preparing for the Search@UW Upgrade.

Sponsored by: University Library
For more information contact: Ann Vogl 

Tuesday, May 4
Start End   Event         Location
9:00am 9:30am Student Support Services | Walk It Out Meet Between Bowman Hall and Harvey Hall
5:00pm 7:00pm Pollinator Seeding at CRCPRA Private Location (rsvp to display)
7:00pm 8:00pm Virtual Meeting | Blue Devil Lifting -
Brought to You By Blue Devil Productions


Bad Bad Hats Virtual Show

Monday, April 19 at 7:00pm
to Wednesday, May 5 at 11:55pm
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Blue Devil Productions are proud to present Bad Bad Hats! This virtual show will be available from Monday April 19th to Wednesday, May 5th, 2021 on our website.

Bad Bad Hats is an indie-rock band from Minneapolis, MN. Their music follows along the lines of classic pop and has unique additions that show the band’s perspective. As the band was starting out in 2015 with their first album, “Psychic Reader”, they caught the attention of listeners. Since its release, they have toured the U.S. repeatedly and have opened for artists such as Hippo Campus and Third Eye Blind. Their second album, “Lightning Round”, shows the band’s growth and how they’ve matured from their first release. This album also reveals a sense of playfulness with how experimental and fun it is. The Hats are now hard at work finishing their third album. Bad Bad Hats is for fans of The Greeting Committee, Sure Sure, and Girlpool.

This event is sponsored by Blue Devil Productions of the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Please call (715) 232-2432 or go to the website above for more information.

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