Remembering Ethel Hill
Ethel Hill, former associate professor of home economics and 1940 alumna of the program, died on Feb. 11. A funeral service will be held Saturday, Feb. 21 at Trinity Lutheran Church. Memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church, UWSP Foundation, or a charity of your choice. Read More
Local Food Fair features faculty, students
If you attended the Central Rivers Farmshed Local Food Fair on Feb. 5, you would have ran into many CPS faculty and staff supporting local food in Central Wisconsin, including:
SBE student earns internship award
The Blevons Group, affiliated with Northwestern Mutual, is recognizing UW-Stevens Point senior Daniel Zak ’15 as a Winter Camp winner. Winter Camp is a reward to the Northwestern Mutual’s top 100 interns for high productivity. Zak, a business administration major, is being honored as an outstanding performer by building a strong practice through delivering consistent quality service to clients. Read More
Vocal hygiene for music education majors
School of Communicative Disorders staff and first-year grad students spent time with students from Department of Music Prof. Matthew Markham's Vocal Techniques for Instrumentalists (MUS 150) going over voice anatomy and vocal hygiene. Read More | View Photos
Want to be happier?
What are the keys to happiness in daily life? Find out as part of the “Point in Common” lecture series. “Happiness and the Wandering Mind” will be presented by researcher Matt Killingsworth on Tuesday, March 10, at 7 p.m. at Sentry’s Theater@1800. It is free and open to the public. Free child care is available during the talk at Schmeeckle Reserve Visitors Center. Read More | Register | Facebook | Twitter
Women's basketball's Play4Kay game is most successful to date
The UW-Stevens Point women's basketball team held its most successful Play4Kay Pink Game to date on Feb. 7, as the event helped raise more than $7,000 for Ministry Health Care's Project Embrace. Read More | Photo Gallery
Adventure Tours New Zealand Adventure
From the vast beaches, rich farmland, mountains, caves, rainforests, dry scrubland, volcanoes, ocean fiords, geothermal geysers and mud pots, the Adventure Tours New Zealand program offered trip-goers an amazing experience. Read more in Rosemary '71 and Thomas '71 Kautz's travel blog
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 Major Mondays
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