Monday, October 15, 2018

Feature Stream: Shadows of Liberty

SHADOWS OF LIBERTY examines how the US media are controlled by a handful of corporations exercising extraordinary political, social, and economic power. The loosening of media ownership regulations has led to the current situation where five mega corporations control the vast majority of the media in the United States.

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Contact Cory Mitchell with any questions.

Wednesday, October 03, 2018

Monday, September 10, 2018

September 20, 2-4pm, Stout Starters: A Speed Friending Event

As part of the Talk to Strangers Series, SPEAK UP, University Library and Menomonie Public Library are teaming up to host Stout Starters September 20, 2-4pm, in the Memorial Student Center Ballrooms.

Everyone has a story to tell and we hope to incorporate many diverse voices. Modeled after speed networking, two strangers have seven minutes to converse using questions provided at each station. After seven minutes, it’s time to meet a new person.

People can spend 30 minutes or the whole two hours getting to know people from around campus and the surrounding community.

Check This Out! September 2018

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

University Library Graduate Assistant

The UW-Stout University Library seeks a motivated graduate student to work on various library projects.  Assistantship is for both Fall and Spring semesters 2018-2019.
Hours are flexible 8am – 5pm, Monday – Friday, 10 hours/week, $16.67/hour.

Job Duties:

Serve on library public relations committee; design and compose monthly library newsletters; develop library public relations products including displays, exhibits, posters, blog articles, and social media postings; collaborate on design of instructional materials for information literacy.  Other duties as assigned.

  • ·         Ability to work with minimal supervision
  • ·         Project management skills and/or experience
  • ·         Ability to manage multiple projects at the same time
  • ·         Self-motivated, and willingness to learn new technology or programs
  • ·         Strong communication skills (written and spoken)
  • ·         Ability to work with a variety of project supervisors, library staff, and the Stout Community
  • ·         Basic software experience (Microsoft Office) required
  • ·         Attend monthly library Public Relations meetings to brainstorm ideas and provide development feedback
  • ·         Follow UW-Stout identity/marketing guidelines

  • ·         Advanced software experience desirable (i.e. Adobe Creative Suite; Microsoft Publisher)
  • ·         Graphic design experience highly desirable
  • ·         Web 2.0 technology experience preferred
  • ·         Photography, video, and/or audio experience desirable

Previous experience working in libraries not required.
Reports to Public Relations Librarian
Send letter of Application/Resume to Susan Lindahl,