UW-Stout officials met with representatives of FindLaw

UW-Stout officials met with representatives of FindLaw

University of Wisconsin-Stout Chancellor Charles W. Sorensen and other UWS officials met with FindLaw employees recently on the Thomson Reuters campus in Eagan. UWS recently completed the first quarter of a new Search Engine Optimization course that is being taught with assistance from instructors provided by FindLaw. The course is believed to be the first of its kind in the nation, and is being offered as part of the information communication technologies undergraduate program in the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

Chancellor Sorensen and the UWS officials met with the FindLaw instructors and discussed opportunities to potentially expand the program in the future. Craig Yolitz, vice president of Customer Operations said the SEO course is a “win-win” for all parties, giving UW-Stout an innovative new course to offer its students, enhancing educational opportunities in the region, and providing FindLaw with a pipeline of potential job candidates for its SEO operations.