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Program brings Brazilian students to campus

A group of Brazilian students is currently studying at UW-Platteville. A majority of the 20 students will be on campus until the end of the summer of 2015. They began with an intensive English language program during the summer, prior to a full-time load of classes planned for this fall. Read more...

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Laura Bayless

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Laura Bayless, assistant vice chancellor for Student Affairs. Read more...

Friday Features - August 8, 2014

Weekly news briefs from UW-Platteville from August 8, 2014. Read more...

Dreessens honored with Academic Staff Award for Excellence

Vickie Dreessens, administrative director for Student Health Services, was selected to receive the UW-Platteville Academic Staff Award for Excellence. Read more...

UW-Platteville online ranks among top as tech-savvy

UW-Platteville ranked #5 on Online Schools Center's list of the 30 Most Technologically Savvy Online Schools. The list highlights the top online schools that offer the discerning distance learner the finest education using the most progressive technology. Read more...

Dalsing honored with Woman of the Year Award

Deirdre Dalsing, director of Counseling Services was selected to receive the 2014 Dr. Carol Sue Butts Woman of the Year Award. Read more...

Art lecturer's works featured at Rountree Gallery

The art works of a UW-Platteville art lecturer and a Grant County, Wis., artist will be featured at the “\kən-'strəkt\ \'kän-strəkt\” art exhibition at Rountree Gallery in Platteville, through Aug. 24. Read more...

Preparations underway for reaffirmation of accreditation

UW-Platteville officials are advancing preparations for reaffirmation of accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission. The process consists of an external review that ensures the university is providing high-quality education and continually seeking improvement. Read more...

Reclamation students enhance Rountree Branch Trail

Dr. Yari Johnson, assistant professor and director of reclamation, environment and conservation in the School of Agriculture, and his students, partnered with the Platteville Community Arboretum to plant native vegetation near the trail behind Menard’s. Read more...

Pioneer Spotlight: Pete Davis

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Pete Davis, director of UW-Platteville Facilities Management. Read more...

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