Polytechnic Summit

Shaping the Future of Polytechnic Education
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Annual Polytechnic Summit

The annual Polytechnic Summit brings polytechnic academic professionals and community leaders together to focus on innovation in curriculum and applied research, to build opportunities for collaboration and partnership on research and student learning, and to share best practices specific to active, applied learning. The Summit assembles leaders who shape the future of polytechnic education.

Prior Summit Conference Keynotes and Sessions

  • Developing Cross-Institutional Research Partnerships Focusing On The UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Industry and Higher Education Collaborations: Keys to Fostering Qualified Talent
  • General Education at Polytechnic Institutions
  • Developing an Institutional Change Plan Towards Gender Equity
  • Harnessing Digital Technology for Humanitarian Aid and International Development
  • Design and Fabrication of Functional Parts with a Desktop 3D Printer

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UW-Stout was represented at the Polytechnic Summit 2018 transforming higher education so that it is more in tune with the requirements and challenges of a labor market. / Universidad de Ingeniería y Tecnología - UTEC

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Faculty Highlights

All Faculty Highlights News

Nine faculty, instructional staff honored with teaching awards

Nine members of UW-Stout’s faculty and instructional staff have been honored for their work and efforts during the 2021-22 academic year.

Faculty members continue lifelong learning through sabbaticals, professorships

Seven professors earn awards for research, to improve teaching expertise through professional development

Assistant Professor Afifi awarded $50,000 Ignite Grant to improve sustainability in construction

Improving sustainability in Wisconsin’s robust construction industry is the goal of a technology-based project being led by a University of Wisconsin-Stout prof