The event featured STEM-based research, innovation and creative work by more than 50 UW-Stout students and their faculty advisers. Academic areas represented include science, engineering and math; human and social sciences; art, design and graphics; business and management; and information, technology and communications.
All UW-Stout undergraduate and graduate programs incorporate project-based experiential learning components, such as applied research, co-ops, internships and field experiences.
Interactive tours of UW-Stout, including engineering and construction labs, were available during the showcase.
In addition on Thursday, five UW-Stout administrators presented at three committee meetings: business and finance, education, and capital planning and budget. They include Glendalí Rodríguez, provost; Erik Guenard, vice chancellor of Business, Finance and Administrative Services; Sandi Scott, dean of students; Justin Utpadel, Facilities Management director; and Kristi Krimpelbein, head of staff.
A presentation about the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and panel discussion included Commissioner Danielle Harris, UW-Stout Athletic Director Duey Naatz and student athletes.