Alumni News

Aaron Keopple ’94 admired the beauty of the Mabel Tainter Theater and the Louis Smith Tainter House in Menomonie many times while he was a student at UW-Stout.

Julie Dierauer ’78, lecturer of art and design at UW-Stout, has been carving sandstone from the Dunnville quarry for more than 30 years.

Deanna Howell House ’61 buys toys for serving her food.

Karen Lincoln Michel ’81, the state bureau chief of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, serves as president of UNITY: Journalists of Color.

Lisa Grams Estey ’98 designs marketing materials to support the well-known advertising line, “Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner.”

Clarence Peterson ’77 encourages people to experiment with all seasonings, not just salt.

There is a national shortage of male teachers, according to the National Education Association, and that shortage is most pronounced in elementary schools, where men make up only 9 percent of teachers.

Less fat. More fiber. Such were the expectations of Susan Rodgers Davis ’71, nutrition education coordinator for Hartford Public Schools in Connecticut, when she began working with the school district as a consultant in 1990.

Summer Outlook 2012