Renee Murphy believes in asking questions and making sure she understands the material.
Daye built a community at Stout, seeks to strengthen other communities
Bahr hopes to make a difference in people’s lives through vocational counseling
With only a summer session to go before she graduates, Natasha Martin recently was applying for a field experience position.
For Heidi Fliehs, an enduring memory will be working one-on-one with excited Mexican schoolchildren.
Beginning when she was a student at UW-Stout, Natasha Jerde had no doubt about her career path — once she discovered vocational rehabilitation.
An expert in restorative justice will be the keynote speaker at the Criminal Justice and Rehabilitation Conference set for Tuesday, Oct. 29, at UW-Stout.
When his father lost his sight from diabetic complications and ended up using a wheelchair because he didn’t know how to use an assistive cane, Kyle Walker lear
Wheelchairs like any machine need regular maintenance and repair.
Following is a Q&A with one of the 1,319 students who received a diploma May 4 at UW-Stout