UW-Stevens Point to celebrate
Earth Week



A variety of activities, from speakers, to movies to an eco-fair will mark Earth Week, April 21-26, at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

Sustainability Film Series:
Held Tuesdays at 6 p.m. in the Dreyfus University Center Theater
April 8 - "Switch" – featuring current energy issues and new ideas
April 15 -"Elemental" – following individuals in various environmental a​ctivities
April 22 - "Chasing Ice" – includes visually stunning glacial footage

Monday, April 21
10 a.m. - 3 p.m. -Eco-Fair, Dreyfus University Center
8 p.m. - Climate Change talk, Room 116, College of Professional Studies, 1901 Fourth Ave.

Wednesday, April 23
6 p.m. - 
Dr. Nate Hagens, “Humans and Planet Earth: Transitioning from Teenagers to Adults as a Species,” Laird Room North, Dreyfus University Center. 

Friday, April 25
4 p.m. - 
Tyrone Hayes presentation, sponsored by Save the Frogs.
6 p.m. - A benefit concert for Save the Frogs, featuring Paradigm Blue
Both events are in the Dreyfus University Center

Saturday, April 26
10:30 a.m. - A Save the Frogs hands on youth workshop at the Central Wisconsin Environmental Station in Amherst Junction


 

 Featured Video

 
The 2013-14 academic year began with new traditions, including Convocation and the touching of the cupola by first year-students and faculty and staff.​
 

 Did You Know?

 
As UW-Stevens Point begins the 2013-2014 academic year, there are more than 1,600 new students and more than 9,500 students total. Nearly 3,400 live in 14 residence halls, which are staffed by 13 residence hall directors and more than 170 student staff members. Students will be taught and assisted by nearly 1,200 faculty and staff member this year.