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The Pioneer Post is a resource by University of Wisconsin-Platteville to provide online students with tips and information about distance education.


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Kalyn Williams

New BSCJ advisor joins the DLC

New BSCJ advisor Kalyn Williams feels right at home with distance education—she’s not only advised distance education students, she earned her master’s degree in education online from Capella University. “I work well with distance students, because I have had a glimpse of what it feels like to balance work, school, and family—it’s tough!” she said. Read more...

Julie Hewitt

New coordinator joins the Distance Education Leadership program

Julie Kimbler has joined the Distance Learning Center as the Coordinator of the Master of Science in Distance Education Leadership (DEL) program. The program is designed for professionals working within distance/online higher education administration, policy analysis, and academics. Julie will manage all aspects of the program. Additionally, she’ll lead research, assessment, and faculty development efforts within distance education at UW-Platteville. Read more...

Eric Severson

Diverse interests an asset in law enforcement

Eric Severson has worked in law enforcement for almost thirty years, but that wasn’t his original plan. Read more...

Tracy Smith

Making the move to a real career

Tracy Smith earned her business administration degree and now works with UPS Read more...

Michelle Laucke

Power plant job leads to new career

Some people know at an early age what they want to do when they grow up. Others, like Michelle Laucke, want to try everything and find their way through process of elimination. She changed her major every semester before earning a bachelor ’s degree in social science and psychology. Ultimately, “It took working at a power plant to find my niche,” Michelle said. Read more...

It takes an education

Raised in Southwest Nigeria, West Africa, Olatunde Olatona understands that access to education is a challenge for many, especially in developing countries. He left his family at age 11 to advance his education, and after years of hard work, self-motivation, diligence, and a government scholarship, earned a bachelor ’s degree in mechanical engineering with high honors from the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. Read more...

Laura Scheder

A stepping stone

Laura Scheder first discovered her passion for juvenile justice while pursuing her bachelor’s degree in a very different field: outdoor education. Then a student at Northland College in northern Wisconsin, Laura got a job interning at the Ashland County Juvenile Drug Court. Read more...

Carrie Vergin, Dr. Cheryl Fuller, and Kari Nuszkiewicz

Friendship cemented by degree

Returning to school as an adult has its share of challenges, but they’re much more manageable when you have a friend by your side. Read more...

Apply now for ADA Accommodations

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Distance Learning Center works with faculty, staff, and students to promote all students’ independence along with ensuring that we are assessing a student’s ability and not their disabilities. Our faculty members work closely with instructional designers to ensure that all courses are compliant and accessible using a universal design theory. The Distance Learning Center works directly with our on campus resources to assist with approving and providing academic accommodations for our students. Read more...

Online business degree makes U.S. News & World Report’s ‘Best’ list

In its annual ranking, “Best Online Education Programs,” U.S. News & World Report ranked University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s (GoUWP.com) bachelor’s in business program No. 85 in the nation. Read more...

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