Wisconsin spent more of its pandemic relief money on business support than any other state
10 Nov 2022
Wisconsin devoted a higher share of its federal pandemic relief funding to businesses and workers than any other state, according to a study by the Center on Budget Relief and Policy Priorities.
More than half of Wisconsin's federal American Rescue Plan funds, $1.1 billion, went toward economic development initiatives, including $642 million in grants to businesses and $130 million for workforce development.
Faculty awarded for excellence in LGBTQIA+ health care, advancing inclusion for people of colorNov 10 2022
An instructor and professor from UW-Stout have been named special award recipients by the University of Wisconsin System and were honored at a ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 10, in Madison. Senior Lecturer Alexandra Hall, M.D., is one of 12 honorees for the Dr. P.B. Poorman Award for Outstanding Achievement...
For packaging students like University of Wisconsin-Stout’s Anna Kent, attending the recent four-day, international Pack Expo conference in Chicago was a chance to size up their careers. Read here for the full article.
Menomonie – A faculty member, an alum and a student from University of Wisconsin-Stout’s marketing and business education program recently received awards and scholarships for excellence in their field. Read here for the full article.