Ask For It: The Power of Negotiation
Author Sara Laschever wrapped up the week-long Portage County Business Council Business | Consumer Marketplace with an informative presentation on the power of negotiation in the DUC Alumni Room on Friday, March 8. Laschever spoke about women's life and career obstacles and gave attendees advice on how to address the issue of negotiating. Read More | View Photos
See UWSP in 3D on Google Earth
Being able to virtually visit UW-Stevens Point campus just became a little more real thanks to the Facilities Planning office and three students. UWSP interior architecture students Lauren Hawkes and Sandra Rueda-Hernadez, along with Nick Krupp, a land use planning major, created a 3-dimensional model of UWSP buildings in Google Earth. Read More
Seniors cap off clinicals
Concluding their clinical practicum, 28 seniors from the UW-Stevens Point clinical laboratory science (CLS) program presented their case studies and research projects to hospital program directors and School of Health Care Professions faculty and staff at the annual Student Presentation Day. Read More | View Photos
Business faculty bring home award from MBAA Convention
Two faculty members from the UW-Stevens Point School of Business & Economics were honored for their paper at the 49th annual Midwest Business Administration Association (MBAA) International Convention, on Friday, March 1 at the Drake Hotel in Chicago. C.R. Marshall and Lyna Matesi won the North American Management Society’s Distinguished Paper Award at the convention for their article “Redesigning an Organizational Behavior Class Using the Understanding by Design Framework.” Read More
Okray Colloquium provides career basics for future teachers
Education students from UW-Stevens Point got a taste of what the future holds and learned valuable career basics at the annual School of Education Okray Colloquium on Tuesday, March 5. The Okray Colloquium is an annual free event made possible by the generous support from the Okray family and offers collegiality and professional development to UWSP’s preservice teachers. Read More
New collection in CPS Café unites art and food
There’s a whole new way to experience food in the CPS Café with the addition of seven pieces of artwork by senior art major Alexander Landerman ’13. Customers can experience this new collection, which creatively depicts various fruits and vegetables including an apple, onion, artichoke, garlic clove, grapes, raspberries and peppers, while enjoying their meal. Read More
Sullivan sets new record in mile, wins national title
UW-Stevens Point junior Dan Sullivan, a business administration and physical education major, brought home the Pointers' 11th NCAA Division III Indoor National Championship with a national record time of 4:07.03 in the mile run. Read More | Watch Video
Let's Learn Spanish!
Shayna Thomas, a Spanish education and elementary education major, is helping young children gain a basic understanding and enthusiasm for the Spanish language in her five-week long "Let's Learn Spanish" class. Read More
CPS-Continuing Education grant recipients
Pamela Bork, School of Education for the development of a Curriculum and Methods for Ages 8-11 course. This hybrid course will be offered as part of SOE’s early childhood add-on certification program.
Cindy Cate, School of Education for the development of a Literacy and Language for Ages 8-11 course. This hybrid course will be offered as part of SOE’s early childhood add-on certification program.
Lyna Matesi, School of Business & Economics for the development of a Training and Development course. This hybrid course will be offered as part of SBE’s Business at UWMC program.
Barb Mihm, School of Business & Economics for the development of a Management Information Systems course. This fully online course will be offered as part of SBE’s Business at UWMC program.
Sallie Scovill, School of Health Promotion & Human Development for the development of a Critical Evaluation of Health Recommendations course. This fully online course will be offered as part of HPHD’s online wellness coaching certificate program.
Pamela Terrell, School of Communicative Disorders for the development of a Cleft Palate Crash Course for school-based and Early Intervention Providers. This hybrid course will be offered as a training course for early intervention providers in school districts and birth-to-three programs.