Alumni News

Q and A with Gregory L. Trzebiatowski Alumnus talks about establishing a school in Chile.

What motivated you to establish The Thomas Jefferson School, a bilingual, private college-preparatory school in Concepcion, Chile?

People ask this question quite frequently. Those who know me quite well usually ask the question in a slightly different form, “What ever possessed you?” They ask this after they find out I funded the project with my own resources and gave up a senior tenured position at Ohio State University. More...

A Library for Every Province Chuck Theusch is helping the people in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia build libraries.

It was December 1999, and Chuck Theusch ’76 had a plan. He would visit various world capitals on a self-guided millennium tour. Hanoi in Vietnam would be his first stop. It also would become his last. In Vietnam, an even bigger plan developed. It was one of those opportunity-of-a-lifetime moments so significant that he canceled the rest of his trip. More...

Move to Germany a Slam Dunk Alumna resides in Germany as a result of her former basketball career.

Friendship Bridges Time and Continents Two college roommates travel together to one’s home country.

Reunions: Save the Date Golden and 40th reunions being held in 2007.

Weaving Together a Career in Fabric A UW-Stout education helps thread alumna’s career together.

Outlook’s New Attitude Outlook has been redesigned with the help of some alumnae.

Word of Stout Help spread the good Stout word.

Outlook Winter 2006 v3