UW-Stout’s 2023 Highlights Show Success For and By Students

UW-Stout’s 2023 Highlights Show Success For and By Students
Student David Hayden uses equipment in the Manufacturing Engineering Labs in Fryklund Hall Wednesday, May 14, 2014. (UW-Stout photo by Brett T. Roseman)

ABOVE PHOTO: A student works with a robot in a UW-Stout engineering lab. The new automation leadership program addresses advances in engineering and manufacturing technology.

Student success, current and future, was at the heart of major progress made on multiple fronts during 2023 at University of Wisconsin-Stout.

The top photo of 2023 at UW-Stout features members of the women’s conference championship basketball team in the homecoming parade.

The university’s top 10 news stories of the year reflect that progress. The list is led by state approval for the renovation of Heritage Hall and record private support for another project, the Recreation Complex. The facility improvements will support students on their higher education journey in the classroom and on campus in the years and decades to come.

Student success, the leading goal of UW-Stout’s FOCUS2030 strategic plan, also was the focus of the other top stories of the year, including new academic programs, major grants, achievements and awards.


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