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One Act Festival

Students showcase work in an evening of one-act plays

The Department of Performing and Visual Arts and Pioneer Players will conclude their theatre season with the One Act Festival: An Evening of Short Plays, May 4-6. Read more...


Student teachers gain experience in culturally diverse setting

In order to provide UW-Platteville pre-service teachers with the opportunity to experience teaching in a culturally, ethnically, linguistically and socio-economically diverse school setting, UW-Platteville’s School of Education has forged a new partnership with the Institute of Urban Education, a UW System program housed at UW-Milwaukee. Read more...

Symphony Band

Symphony Band and Platteville Chorale to perform

The UW-Platteville Symphony Band and Platteville Chorale will perform a joint concert on Wednesday, May 3 in the Center for the Arts at 7:30 p.m. The concert, “We Shall Overcome,” will include pieces that deal with the subject of overcoming adversity. Read more...

Kerry Neville

Contest winners to read at Creative Writing Festival

The Department of Humanities recently announced the winners of its 2017 Thomas Hickey Writing Awards. The contest was open to all students who were enrolled at least part time at UW-Platteville. Read more...

Daniel Leitch and Ann Johns

UW-Platteville, German colleagues study geopolitics

A professor and student from UW-Platteville and a lecturer from Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt, Germany recently collaborated on a research and writing project for a book on two timely topics: geopolitics and refugee integration. Read more...

Students at AUTOMATE 2017 conference

Friday Features - April 14, 2017

Weekly news briefs from April 14, 2017.

Dr. Marc Wruble

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Marc Wruble

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Marc K. Wruble, professor of psychology. Read more...

Research in the Rotunda

Undergraduate research showcased

UW-Platteville students, along with their professors, helped fill the Wisconsin State Capitol rotunda in Madison, Wisconsin on April 12. Read more...

Symphonic Wind Ensemble

Symphonic Wind Ensemble to perform April 19

The Symphonic Wind Ensemble will perform its spring tour concert, “Brilliance,” on Wednesday, April 19, in the Richard and Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall, Center for the Arts. Read more...

Sakara Wages

Psychology student to pursue doctoral program

Sakara Wages, a senior psychology major from Chicago, Illinois, hopes to improve the quality of life for those who are vulnerable by helping improve social welfare policy. She has been accepted into the Social Welfare doctoral program at the School of Social Work at UW-Madison. Read more...


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