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Dr. Eugene Tesdahl

Forum to explore women smugglers in early America

The College of Liberal Arts and Education will present a faculty forum, “Dans une cachette rouge: Women Smugglers in Early America, 1701-1754,” on Thursday, Dec. 3, in Room 136 Doudna Hall from 5-6:30 p.m. Read more...

Dr. Tera Montgomery

Faculty, staff volunteer time to student organizations

There are currently 187 UW-Platteville student organizations advised by 202 faculty and staff who volunteer their time each week to make these organizations possible. Read more...

Concussion Study

Rogatzki conducts game-changing concussion research

Assistant Professor in the Health and Human Performance Department Dr. Matthew Rogatzki, is conducting research to examine concussions and develop an objective way to test for a concussion using bio-markers. Read more...

Provost Mittie Den Herder

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Mittie N. Den Herder

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Mittie Nimocks Den Herder, provost and vice chancellor of Academic Affairs. Read more...

Kappa delta pi

Friday Features - Nov. 13, 2015

Weekly news briefs from Nov. 13, 2015.


Pioneer Players presents Peter Weiss’ ‘Marat/Sade’

The Department of Performing and Visual Arts-Theatre continues its 2015-16 season with Peter Weiss’ historical play within a play, “The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade” – more commonly known as “Marat/Sade.” Read more...

Mei Reeder

Confucius Institute to host educational trip to China

UW-Platteville and its Chinese partner, South-Central University for Nationalities in Wuhan, China, are co-sponsoring a two-week educational trip to China for Wisconsin educators from June 11-24, 2016. Read more...

Wyalusing Clean Up

Students help improve state parks

More than 33 students majoring in criminal justice and forensic investigation recently assisted the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources on several projects that helped improve conditions for visitors at Wyalusing State Park in Wyalusing, Wis., and Nelson Dewey State Park in Cassville, Wis. Read more...

Mark Redfearn

Pioneer Spotlight: Mark Redfearn

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Mark Redfearn, food service administrator in Bridgeway Commons' Stations. Read more...

Veteran's Day Flag Ceremony

Friday Features - Nov. 6, 2015

Weekly news briefs from Nov. 6, 2015.


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