Here for Science, Stay for More

Authored by Blake Gerrits, Sarah Johnson and Jackie Barba; students in Assistant Professor Kate Edenborg's class in the professional communications and emerging media program. Menomonie is not Miami and with the University of Wisconsin-Stout hosting the Science Olympiad National Tournament, those traveling to Menomonie are wondering, what is there to do? Although Menomonie is a [...]

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3M, Mayo Clinic and Xcel Energy Amongst Companies Making Science Tournament Possible

Authored by Hammers and Lafky; students of Assistant Professor Kate Edenborg's ENGL 407: Seminar in Applied Journalism class in the professional communications and emerging media program. In 2012, University of Wisconsin-Stout received approval to host the 2016 Science Olympiad National Tournament. Since then, Forrest Schultz, a professor and chair in the chemistry and physics department [...]

What Does a Scientist Look Like?

Authored by Alex Pasquale and Audrey Wood; students in Assistant Professor Kate Endenborg's ENGL 407: Seminar in Applied Journalism class in the professional communications and emerging media program. Through two very distinct and powerful wardrobe pieces, Dr. Jo Hopp, University of Wisconsin–Stout's professor of physics and chemistry; hopes to inspire the Science Olympiad participants by [...]

Dining Services and University Housing Seek New Strategy for Science Olympiad

Authored by Jake Guyer and Malachi David; students of Assistant Professor Kate Edenborg's ENGL 407: Seminar in Applied Journalism class in the professional communications and emerging media program. The University of Wisconsin-Stout prides itself on being one of the top polytechnic universities in the Midwest, so it makes sense that they were awarded the opportunity [...]

Apparel Students Make Garment Contributions for Science Olympiad

Authored by Matthew Gundrum, Jordan Rasmussen, Brittany Gunderson and Jake Smith; students in Assistant Professor Kate Edenborg’s ENGL 407: Seminar in Applied Journalism class in the professional communications and emerging media program. There seems to be a recurring theme in the Science Olympiad’s mission: to physically manifest the concept of science. The activities at this event are [...]

5 Things You Need to Know About the Science Olympiad National Tournament Coming to Menomonie this May

Authored by Olivia Ness, and Rachel Hallgrimson; students in Assistant Professor Kate Edenborg's ENGL 407: Seminar in Applied Journalism class in the professional communications and emerging media program. Video games. Designer apparel. You guessed it, UW-Stout is at it again with their ‘polytechnic’ edge. If you know about UW-Stout’s ‘polytechnic’ promise, you know that the [...]

Judges Mentor Olympiad Competitors

Authored by Dan Lea, student in Assistant Professor Kate Edenborg’s ENGL 407: Seminar in Applied Journalism class in the professional communications and emerging media program. When more than 2,000 high school and middle school students head home from the Science Olympiad National Tournament, to be held at the University of Wisconsin-Stout May 18 through 21; some [...]