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Friday Features - Dec. 9, 2016

Weekly news briefs from Dec. 9, 2016.


Winter commencement to conclude sesquicentennial

UW-Platteville will conclude its sesquicentennial celebration with the 197th commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 17, with approximately 700 candidates. Read more...

Students at PDCI

Repairing the harm: Students lead victim impact program

Twenty-five criminal justice and forensic investigation students recently facilitated three sessions of victim impact programming for 42 inmates at Prairie du Chien Correctional Institution. Read more...

Family Math Night

Teacher candidates present Family Math Night

Thirty-one students from the School of Education recently presented Family Math Night for students in second through fifth grades and their families at Dodgeville Elementary School in Dodgeville, Wisconsin. Read more...

Study abroad trip to Nicaragua

Students to explore renewable energy in Nicaragua

Students have the unique opportunity to participate in a renewable energy education abroad trip to Nicaragua, led by Dr. Jorge Camacho, assistant professor of mechanical engineering. Read more...

Ullsvik Hall

PostSecret Live coming to UW-Platteville

Mental health is an issue that affects nearly everyone. At PostSecret Live on Monday, Dec. 5, UW-Platteville students and community members will be given an outlet for the secrets that they feel unable to share and a chance to begin a conversation on mental health. Read more...

ATMAE conference

Friday Features - Dec. 2, 2016

Weekly news briefs from Dec. 2, 2016.

Beth Frieders

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Beth Frieders

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Beth Frieders, professor of biology. Read more...

FIG students cleaning up rountree

Students clean up Rountree Branch Trail

Twenty students, along with a few faculty, recently volunteered their time in a community service project on the Rountree Branch Trail in Platteville. Read more...

Group photo of students from 2016 trip

Students to help those in need during Mississippi trip

Forty-six students from a variety of academic disciplines at UW-Platteville and their trip advisers will embark on a mission trip to the Mississippi Delta Region to participate in a week-long Habitat for Humanity and teaching service immersion project in early January 2017. Read more...


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