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Spring campus

Study ranks UW-Platteville a ‘Best Value College’

A recently released study conducted by lists UW-Platteville second in the state when it comes to the best value among its peer institutions. Read more...

Jennifer Castro

Students provide graphic design services to community

Seven students have the opportunity to develop graphic design campaigns for seven nonprofit organizations in Wisconsin. Read more...

Pioneer Farm Artwork

Students celebrate agriculture through art

Twenty students are creating artwork to celebrate the agricultural nature and landscape of the region as well as the history of the university’s Pioneer Farm. Read more...

Dr. David Krugler

History professor makes fiction debut

In June 2016, Pegasus Books will publish Dr. David Krugler’s first novel, “The Dead Don’t Bleed,” a World War II spy thriller set in Washington, D.C. in 1945. Read more...

Hunter Hayes

Country music star Hunter Hayes takes the stage

Country music star Hunter Hayes performed at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s spring concert on May 1. Read more...

Mark Albers

Pioneer Spotlight: Mark Albers

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Mark Albers, associate professor of industrial studies. Read more...

NACTA team

Friday Features - April 29, 2016

Weekly news briefs from April 29, 2016.

2016 PACCE Poster day

Students showcase collaborative projects

The Pioneer Academic Center for Community Engagement hosted its Engagement Poster Day event April 27 in Velzy Commons. Read more...

Students with Orion Group Home youth in Wyalusing

Students partner with Orion Group Home youth

Seven freshman students at UW-Platteville and five youth from Orion Family Services Group Home in Platteville planted more than 200 trees and spread mulch at Wyalusing State Park in Wyalusing, Wisconsin, on April 23, as a collaborative community service project. Read more...

Dr. Daniel Leitch

Professor to assist Syrian refugees in Germany

Dr. Daniel Leitch, associate professor in the UW-Platteville Department of Education, will take a six-month trip to Darmstadt, Germany to aid Syrian refugees. Read more...


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