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Nancy Gartner

Gartner explores gang member incarceration

Dr. Nancy Gartner, assistant professor of criminal justice at UW-Platteville, and two co-authors recently explored the consequences of incarceration for gang members in a peer-review article recently published in Criminology, the top journal in the criminal justice field. Read more...

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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...

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UW-Platteville named top military friendly online college

UW-Platteville has been named a Top Military-Friendly Online College and named to the Most Affordable Military-Friendly Online Colleges for 2017 by SR Education Group. Read more...

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Friday Features - March 24, 2017

Weekly news briefs from March 24, 2017.

Jodi Pluemer

Pioneer Spotlight: Jodi Pluemer

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Jodi Pluemer, director of the Highway Technician Certification Program. Read more...

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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...

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Pioneer Spotlight: Tweet Leibfried

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Tweet Leibfried.

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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...

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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 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...


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