When he was a junior at Pulaski (Wis.) High School, Aaron Saari knew that he wanted a career in the golf industry. It’s why he went to UW-Stout.
Hands-on learning in hospitality and service excellence, with off-campus stays, exemplifies polytechnic advantage
Wisconsin has long been known for its great cheese, cranberries, beer and sausage, but it has become a destination for something else: Great golf.
When the biennial Ryder Cup begins this week in Wisconsin, UW-Stout and its golf management program will be well represented.
If Indiana “Indy” Thompson was like most new college graduates, he’d be dipping his toes into the “real world” a little at a time.
A 34-year-old UW-Stout alumni and former Blue Devil golfer realized a lifelong dream recently.
An alliance between UW-Stout’s hospitality programs and a nonprofit organization could open the door to a college education for historically underserved youth.
Two professors from UW-Stout’s School of Hospitality Leadership will present golf research nationally Nov. 17 and Nov. 19.
For most students, the spring semester pivoted quickly March 23 when face-to-face instruction was replaced with alternative learning methods.
The golf enterprise management program at University of Wisconsin-Stout was recognized twice at the recent fall meeting of the Golf Course Owners of Wisconsin.