Alumni Outlook Magazine


SIX UW-STOUT GRADUATES WERE HONORED IN 2009 WITH DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARDS

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Judy Rolland Herr received the James Huff Stout award in October 2009. She earned an undergraduate degree in 1965 and a graduate degree in 1967. Herr has been recognized internationally as an author, researcher and an educator and expert in her field.
Hugh Moltzau graduated from Stout Institute in 1936 and had a 30-year career with Parke Davis/Pfizer. Moltzau is known as the man who put the “S” back on Bowman Tower and as a strong supporter of students. He has provided many students with scholarships.
Bob and Beverly Peterson Spinti received Stout undergraduate degrees in 1954 and graduate degrees in 1957. With more than 34 combined years of service to the university, they continue their support with an endowed fund to provide financing for students to participate in professional development within their academic programs.


ALUMNI AWARDS
To recognize outstanding and distinguished alumni; your alumni association offers the following awards:
James Huff Stout, an alumnus who exemplifies the philosophy of James Huff Stout.
Distinguished Alumni, presented to an alumnus celebrating a class reunion
Outstanding and Service, in conjunction with each college, this award is presented to alumni who have made significant professional accomplishments reflecting credit on the individual and UW-Stout.
Information and applications, regarding all awards, may be found at www.uwstout.edu/alumni/.
Fredrick “Rick” Stumpf ’74 of Smithsburg, Md., an innovative business man and entrepreneur, was recognized as a James Huff Stout recipient in May 2009.With many of his former professors in attendance, Stumpf spoke of his appreciation for the personal attention and education he received from faculty.
David P. Barnard is a 1946 and 1947 graduate of Stout Institute. Barnard became known throughout the country for his visionary focus on education resources and as a media consultant. He and his wife, Kay Barnard, support the university through endowed funds for library support and professional development.