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Allyson Bird

Byrd conducts greenhouse gas research

Senior chemistry major Allison Byrd from Sterling, Illinois, has been conducting undergraduate research with Dr. Mohammad Rabbani, associate professor of chemistry, with the goal of separating gas mixtures from landfills to transform them into an energy source. Read more...

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Friday Features - July 8, 2016

Weekly news briefs from July 8, 2016.

Molly Theleman

Pioneer Spotlight: Molly Thelemann

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Molly Thelemann, police officer with University Police. Read more...

Center for the Arts

Three area youth to perform with ‘Kids from Wisconsin’

Kids from Wisconsin returns for its 48th show season with a group of 33 youth representing 29 hometowns across Wisconsin, including three local youth. Read more...

Entire group of students

Students travel west for geography field experience

Sixteen students from UW-Platteville recently learned about the physical and cultural geography of the western United States during a three-week field experience as part of the Field Geography of the Western United States course. Read more...

Students volunteering at correctional institute

Students help facilitate family day for inmates

Seven students from the Platteville Community Restorative Justice student organization recently helped facilitate the first-ever Family Day for inmates and their families at the Prairie du Chien Correctional Institution. Read more...

Restructured leadership team begins

Chancellor Dennis J. Shields announced the restructured leadership team, effective July 1, 2016. Read more...

Rob Snyder

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Rob Snyder

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Rob Snyder, professor of media studies. Read more...

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‘Swinging for Scholarships’ to benefit music students

The Department of Performing and Visual Arts faculty members will host the fourth annual “Swinging for Scholarships” golf outing on Friday, July 8. Read more...

Health Career Camps

Students explore health care careers at summer camp

Twelve high school students recently participated in hands-on learning opportunities to gain insight into a variety of health care careers at the Scenic River Area Health Education Center’s Southern Region Health Careers Camp held at UW-Platteville. Read more...


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