June Newsletter 2022

U-News: June Newsletter 2022

Thursday, Jun 09, 2022

In This Edition Q&Newly Expanded Engineering Program Scholarships Offered Celebrating the100 Extraordinary Women Campaign Award-Winning Faculty Pens Award-Winning Novel Did You Know? UW Wausau Campus Foundation Facts & Figures

Jill Stukenberg distinguish faculty recipient and novelist

Award-Winning Faculty Pens Award-Winning Novel

Tuesday, Jun 07, 2022

Although we are best known for student scholarships, the UW Wausau Campus Foundation also supports campus faculty with research and development grants. For example, Associate English Professor Jill Stukenberg is a recent recipient of the annual Distinguished Faculty Society (DFS) award and an additional summer stipend, which has helped her achieve a goal to write READ MORE

Engineering Scholarships

Newly Expanded Engineering Degree Program Scholarships

Tuesday, Jun 07, 2022

The UW Wausau Campus Foundation has committed $15,000 in new scholarships for local students who pursue a newly expanded engineering degree program. UW-Stevens Point at Wausau and UW-Platteville are expanding an existing engineering degree partnership to bring additional opportunities to students in the Wausau area. An agreement signed in May will offer students in northern READ MORE

March Newsletter 2022

U-News: March Newsletter 2022

Tuesday, Mar 15, 2022

In This Edition Q&A with Alum & Donor Daniel O’Brien Reveals His “Why” Merit Scholarship Funding Increase Approved — Report Video: Recent Scholarship Recipients Reflect on Their Journeys Did You Know? UW Wausau Campus Foundation Facts & Figures

Merit Scholarships

Merit Scholarship Funding Increase Approved — Report

Wednesday, Feb 23, 2022

A growing group of talented students will benefit from a 43% increase in annual funding for the Merit Scholarship program funded by the UW Wausau Campus Foundation. In the 2020-21 school year, the Foundation began funding a new Merit Scholarship program to encourage high-achieving students to attend our campus. The Foundation renewed an initial commitment READ MORE

Daniel O'Brian alumni and donor

Q&A with Alum & Donor Daniel O’Brien Reveals His “Why”

Wednesday, Feb 23, 2022

Daniel O’Brien graduated from D.C. Everest High School in the late 1970s and began a successful higher education journey that led to eventual business success in southern California, where he still resides. U-News reached out to Daniel recently to discuss the difference our Wausau Campus made in his career, his life, and his decision to READ MORE

December Newsletter 2021

U-News: December Newsletter 2021

Friday, Dec 10, 2021

In This Edition New Merit Scholarship Program Attracts Talented Students Annual Fund Campaign Is Foundation Sparkplug GivingTuesday Donations Exceed $50K Goal Season’s Greetings from UW Wausau Campus Foundation Did You Know? UW Wausau Campus Foundation Facts & Figures New Merit Scholarship Program Attracts Talented Students In the 2020-21 school year, the UW Wausau Campus Foundation READ MORE

GivingTuesday campaign helps students succeed

Friday, Dec 10, 2021

For the second consecutive year, the UW Wausau Campus Foundation met its goal to raise $50,000 for scholarships in a GivingTuesday campaign that culminated on November 30. GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement, unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and their world. The foundation’s campaign raised more than $50,000 to READ MORE

September Newsletter 2021

U-News: September Newsletter

Wednesday, Sep 29, 2021

In This Edition Miskowski’s Legacy Will Drive Wausau Campus Forward Extraordinary Donation Leads to Extraordinary Inspiration Investment in MBA Grads Achieving Success Did You Know? UW Wausau Campus Foundation Facts & Figures Miskowski’s Legacy Will Drive Wausau Campus Forward Retired Ford Motor Company senior executive Lee Miskowski has been an advocate for the UW campus in READ MORE

Ann Herda-Rapp

New Merit Scholarship program attracts talented students

Monday, Sep 27, 2021

In the 2020-21 school year, the UW Wausau Campus Foundation began funding a new Merit Scholarship program to encourage high-achieving students to attend our campus.  The results were good, and the foundation renewed a commitment of $28,000 again for the current school year. Prospective incoming students are offered $1,000 or $1,500 Merit Scholarships each spring READ MORE