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Green Bay donation

Green Bay PD donates LiveScan machine to lab

Criminal justice and forensic investigation students now will be able to conduct fingerprint identification through digital means, thanks to the Green Bay (Wisconsin) Police Department, who recently donated a LiveScan machine to the university’s Forensic Investigation Laboratory. Read more...

Pioneer Activity Center

New wellness program to be offered to university community

The Department of Health and Human Performance is launching “Pick Fit,” a new fitness and wellness program designed to help members of the university community engage in healthy behaviors. Read more...

How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying

Pioneer Players to present musical comedy

The Department of Performing and Visual Arts-Theatre and Pioneer Players will continue their 2016-17 production season with the 1961 musical “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.” Read more...

Tree Ring Work

Student receives internship award to conduct fire history research

Adam Donaldson, a junior geography major, will soon be conducting fire history research that will inform forest management across the Midwest, thanks to a $3,420 undergraduate research internship award he recently received from the Lake States Fire Science Consortium. Read more...

Cordingley

Cordingley to be featured soloist with Dubuque Symphony Orchestra

Allen Cordingley, senior lecturer in the Department of Performing and Visual Arts, will be a featured soloist with the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra at Five Flags Theater in Dubuque, Iowa, on Saturday, March 25 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, March 26 at 2 p.m. Read more...

Dr. Matthew Rogatzki

Forum to explore concussion injury in football

The College of Liberal Arts and Education will present a faculty forum, “Concussion Injury in Football: Legitimate Concern or Media Hype?” on Thursday, April 6, in Room 136 Doudna Hall from 5-6:30 pm. Read more...

Wonim Son

Son explores early childhood education in new book

Dr. Wonim Son, associate professor of early childhood education, explored various educational theories and a repertoire of teaching strategies related to early childhood education in her Korean book, “Early Childhood Education in America: Dr. Wonim Son’s Practical Experiences and Coaching for Parenting,” published by New People, a Korean publisher, in December 2016. Read more...

Rita Mae Reese

Creative writing contest submissions due by March 31

The Department of Humanities is currently accepting student submissions for the annual Thomas Hickey Creative Writing Awards Contest. The contest is open to all students who are enrolled at least part time at UW-Platteville. Read more...

Dr. Enrique Reynoso

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Enrique Reynoso

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Enrique Reynoso, Jr., assistant professor of English writing. Read more...

Carole Spelic art

Faculty artwork on display

The artwork of six UW-Platteville art faculty and instructional staff members is on display at the UW-Platteville Art Faculty Exhibition through Saturday, April 1, in the Harry and Laura Nohr Gallery, Ullsvik Hall. Read more...

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