Newsletters

The College of Letters and Science shares news and information on our website and with our newsletters. You may view archived PDF editions of the newsletter below.

Feature Stories

Fall 2017

GIS Used to Examine Local Land Use

CIS/Psychology Grad Wins Research Fellowship

In Memoriam: Christopher P. Cirmo, 1954-2017

An Historic Year Ahead

News Briefs

Spring 2017

Civil Discourse: It's Time to Talk

Scripps' Students Contribute to Public History

Sports Analytics Conference Brings Moneyball to Point

Facts and Civil Discourse

News Briefs

Fall 2016

Students Jump on Math FastTrack

Planetarium Gets New Director

Challenging Our Students in a Civil Way

News Briefs

Spring 2016

Students Document Life Stories

A Strategic Enrollment Initiative in Physical Sciences

New Course Prepares Students for Drone Revolution

News Briefs

Fall 2015

New UW-Stevens Point Science Building: A Large Statement of Confidence

Mapping a Course for Better Critical Thinking

Blakeman Examines Drones and Fourth Amendment

News Briefs

Spring 2015

Fighting Islamophobia in Stevens Point

French Professor Earns Prestigious Honor

Aquaponics Innovation Center Will Boost Domestic Aquaculture

In Memoriam: Sally Kent

News Briefs

Fall 2014

Learning 'Why?' and Not Just 'What?'

GIS Program Will Allow Students Flex Option

The Survival of Indigenous Cultures

News Briefs

Spring 2014

Thriving on Adventure -- Indoors and Out

Hmong Culture Shared in Central Wisconsin

Memorial Gift Will Help Students

Getting Involved Key to College Success

News Briefs

Fall 2013

Finding the Middle Ground

Brothers of the Earth: Before Wisconsin Existed

Helping Fight Breast Cancer with GIS

Conservation Abroad Through Research

News Briefs

Spring 2013

Students Partner With Community

Making Our Point: A Civility Initiative

Health Care Is Focus of National Conference

Student Selected for Prestigious International Internship

Middle School Students Learn Aquaponics Through Collaboration

Fall 2012

Harvard Selects UWSP Student for Research

Research for Hospitals and Knowledge for Our Community

Students and Recent Graduates Gain National Recognition

Observatory Named After Arthur Pejsa

Alumni News