UW-Stevens Point Teaching Conference
Teach. Learn. And learn to teach. That’s what the faculty and staff did at the 19th Annual UW-Stevens Point Teaching Conference “Point To The Future! Trends in Teaching and Learning” held in the Dreyfus University Center on Tuesday, Jan. 13. Read More | View Photos
Faculty development moves forward in 2015
Two opportunities for faculty development are underway for 2015. Teaching Partners are paired across disciplines to give them an opportunity to meet colleagues in a field outside of their own and to be exposed to new teaching perspectives. The Tech Select program provides monthly training for chosen faculty in a wide variety of educational technologies. In addition to monthly training, Tech Select integrate technology into their classrooms and community.
Dean's List announced
The grades are in for the 2014 fall semester and a total of 580 students had a GPA over 3.75, including 171 with a perfect 4.0, to earn dean’s list honors at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Professional Studies. Congratulations to all! Read More
Partnership helps students, community
A partnership involving CPS Cafe, Central Rivers Farmshed and UW-Stevens Point will give students a broader food-management experience while meeting a community need and reducing food waste. Read More
It's not just personal, it's business.
The UW-Stevens Point School of Business and Economics (SBE) has made great leaps in recent years. It still offers the same educational foundation many of its proud alumni reflect back on, but the school has grown and evolved. Since 2008, increased demand and new course offerings have resulted in a 30 percent increase in student credit hours. And the number of majors has increased by roughly 60 percent during that period. That growth has created a great deal of excitement and opened doors to new possibilities — notably accreditation. Read about the exciting changes in the new SBE viewbook.
Listening to her passion
“I didn’t always know what an audiologist was, but I always knew I wanted to be one,” said Doctorate of Audiology candidate Lucy Woerfel ’17. When she was in the fifth grade, her two-year-old cousin Billy was diagnosed as being severely hearing impaired, igniting a passion that would determine her education and future career. Read More
IA students in London
Students in the interior architecture program are currently on a study abroad trip to England. So far, they explored the architecture in the city of Bath, England, and their internship has begun. Read more from bloggers Heather Dryfka '16 and Ashley Szczech '16.
Farm to School: Great Apple Crunch
Emily Verbeten '14, a health promotion/wellness alumna, shares her experience as an AmeriCorps Farm to School member for reTHINK in Winnebago County celebrating Food Day by participating in the Great Apple Crunch. Read More
Point in Common: Want to be happier?
Join parents, educators, administrators, students and business professionals for the Point in Common Community Speaker Series on March 10 at Sentry Theater. Happiness researcher Matt Killingsworth, who developed an iPhone app that captures feelings in real time, will help you find your happy spot. Read More
Get to know CPS faculty/staff and new students on the College of Professional Studies Facebook page with two new features: Faculty/Staff Friday and Freshman Fresh Faces
on Mondays. If you or someone you know would like to be featured, email email@example.com.