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Friday Features - Dec. 18, 2015

Weekly news briefs from Dec. 18, 2015.

Ryan and Gard

Ryan coaches his final game

In what has become a storied coaching career, the former UW-Platteville men’s basketball coach and most recent coach of the Wisconsin Badgers, William “Bo” Ryan, announced his retirement Dec. 15. Read more...

Testing bulletproof panel

Student designs bulletproof panel for backpacks

Henry Nicklas, a junior industrial technology management major, has designed a bulletproof panel to be put in the back slot of a backpack. Read more...

Adaptive Physical Education

Students learn adapted physical education

Tim Swenson, physical education instructor, emphasizes the importance of learning adapted PE to his health and human performance students focusing on education. Read more...


University concludes 195th commencement ceremony

UW-Platteville held its 195th commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 12. Read more...


Development center brings inventions to life

Dr. Michael Zampaloni, associate professor of mechanical engineering at UW-Platteville co-directs the Center for Device Design and Development, which connects potential inventors and small businesses in Wisconsin with the technical resources required to fully develop, prototype, test, patent, produce and market their ideas. Read more...

Angela Miller

Pioneer Spotlight: Angela Miller

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Angela Miller, director of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs. Read more...

Kim Sargent

Friday Features - Dec. 11, 2015

Weekly news briefs from Dec. 11, 2015.

Student framing

Students help turn salvaged wood into new frames

Staff in Nohr Gallery turned salvaged wood from tornado-damaged trees in Memorial Park into frames used to complement some of the donated and well-known pieces of artwork in the gallery’s permanent collection. Read more...

Emily Grunewald Zip Lining

Criminal Justice LLC helps students adjust to college

The Criminal Justice Living Learning Community consists of 30 criminal justice and forensic investigation majors living on the same wing in Dobson Hall who all take Introduction to Criminal Justice together and participate in activities outside of the classroom. Read more...


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