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Geography trip

Students trek west for hands-on geography experience

Viewing the recent total solar eclipse, assessing the impact of climate change on mountain goats and hiking through a high, narrow gorge to view a 100-foot waterfall were just a few of the novel learning opportunities that 16 students had during a three-week geography field experience in the western United States. Read more...

Dr. Rosemary J. Perez

Lecture to explore role of ‘niceness’ in social justice

The UW-Platteville Social and Environment Justice program will host the lecture “‘Just be nice’: The power and peril of niceness in working toward social justice” on Thursday, Sept. 28 in Room 103 Doudna Hall, UW-Platteville, at 5:30 p.m. Read more...

Claudine Pied

Forum to explore meaning of ‘white working class’

The College of Liberal Arts and Education will present a faculty forum, “What Do They Mean By ‘White Working Class?’: National Myths and Small Town Economic Change,” on Thursday, Oct. 5, in Room 136 Doudna Hall from 5-6:30 p.m. Read more...

Ensemble Nouveau

Music faculty kick off year with concert performance

To celebrate the beginning of the 2017-18 academic year, music faculty and staff will perform in the fifth annual Faculty Gala on Friday, Sept. 29 in the Brodbeck Concert Hall in the Center for the Arts at 7:30 p.m. Read more...

Kassia

Kassia concert to feature works of women composers

The Department of Performing and Visual Arts will host “Kassia: Aspects of Women” faculty chamber recital on Sunday, Sept. 24 in the Brodbeck Concert Hall in the Center for the Arts from 3-4:15 p.m. Read more...

Eugene Tesdahl

Friday Features - Sept. 15, 2017

Weekly news briefs from Sept. 15, 2017. Read more...

Robin Kimmerer

Indigenous Peoples’ Day brings new voices to campus

The Department of History will host its third annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Lecture, “The Honorable Harvest: Indigenous Knowledge for Biodiversity Conservation,” on Monday, Oct. 9 in the Nohr Gallery from 6-7:30 p.m. Read more...

Center for the Arts

Pioneer Players 2017-18: From existential to farcical

The Theatre Program announces the 2017-18 Pioneer Players production season, which promises to provide audience members with a theatre experience that is engaging, entertaining, meaningful and thought provoking. Read more...

Students at fish hatchery

Students learn about Native American culture, Act 31

Six students recently had an opportunity to gain a more in-depth understanding of Native American culture and Act 31, including its impact on education, at the 21st American Indian Summer Institute in Crandon, Wisconsin. Read more...

Philip Parker

Friday Features - Sept. 8, 2017

Weekly news briefs from Sept. 8, 2017. Read more...

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