Stout chancellor to retire next summer
MENOMONIE - The longest-serving chancellor in UW-Stout's history will retire next summer after 26 years. Charles Sorenson announced today he'll leave on August 15th.
The four-year campus at Menomonie had 7,700 students when he first became the chancellor in the late 1980's. Now, Stout has around 9,200 students. Sorenson said he worked with "bright-and-talented" students and staff members which strengthened the campus and quote, "added value to the degrees our students earn."