School of Education alumna Barbara Hickman '60 and graduating senior Amy Vida (family and consumer sciences education and English) addressed more than 650 graduates and their families at commencement on Dec. 17.
Fall 2016 Chancellor’s Leadership Award
Each semester, UW-Stevens Point’s best and brightest student leaders are presented with the Chancellor’s Leadership Award. This fall, 17 students from the College of Professional Studies were selected for this honor. Read More | View Photos
IA senior show: Fabricating the Fundamentals
Graduating seniors from the Division of Interior Architecture presented their final designs at the Senior Portfolio Show "Fabricating the Fundamentals" on Dec. 16. View Photos
Professor speaks about social anxiety
Prof. Pam Terrell spoke to WSAW NewsChannel 7 at the Dec. 12 diversity roundtable event about social anxiety and communication disorders. Watch Video
Future Spanish teacher finds right career path at Point
Like many students, Dacia Giordana began her college career without declaring a major. Unlike many, she had not decided by the end of her second year at the UW-Stevens Point. Read More
StWEA members spread holiday cheer
The Student Wisconsin Education Association brought holiday cheer to the Portage County Health Care Center on Nov. 29. Each year, StWEA looks forward to supporting the community by taking part in decorating this incredible facility for the residents and staff. View Photos
Food and Nutrition featured at Foundation Board meeting
We welcomed the UWSP Foundation Board to the foods lab Dec. 9 to learn more about our undergraduate programs in dietetics and sustainable food and nutrition as well as the master's in sustainable and resilient food systems. View Photos
New data analytics major moving ahead
The Pointer takes a look at how expectations are being exceeded for data analytics major, fueled by a $4 million endowment from Sentry Insurance. Read More
CPS alumni updates
Diversity Task Force: Inclusivity Tip #6
Consider simple things you can do next semester in your class to break down barriers. Don’t ask students of color to speak on behalf of their entire racial or ethnic group.
This tip is from UW-La Crosse which recently produced a video (by its students) regarding inclusive negligence on the UW-L campus. Some of you may have seen it. All UWSP departments have been asked to view and talk about this video over the next few months. Stay tuned for more tips from this video in upcoming CPS Monday Messages.
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