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Doudna Hall

Faculty awarded for excellence in service to students

Two faculty members from the School of Education received the Excellence in Service to Students Award at the National Society of Leadership and Success induction in Velzy Commons, Ullsvik Hall. Read more...

Carl Fischberg

Fischberg builds laser

Recent UW-Platteville graduate Carl Fischberg has earned praise from professors for his innovative construction of a laser engraver head. Read more...

Heartland Festival

Heartland Festival to return for 15th year

UW-Platteville’s Heartland Festival will return for its 15th year June 12–July 26. Read more...

Clarinet Work

PACCE project gives musician opportunity to play again

Two senior engineering physics majors spent their final semester working on a PACCE-funded project to produce an assisted clarinet embouchure, giving their community partner the opportunity to play the instrument again after being diagnosed with Bell’s palsy. Read more...

Senior Design Team

Senior design project assists Janesville company

For a senior design project, a group of mechanical engineering majors assisted a Janesville, Wis., company with the manufacturing process for precision parts. Read more...

James Ball

Pioneer Spotlight: James Ball

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is James Ball, director of student centers. Read more...

Jenna Harpole

Friday Features - May 22, 2015

Weekly news briefs from May 22, 2015.

#Stereotypes campaign

Students conduct #Stereotypes photo campaign

Four UW-Platteville students recently conducted a #Stereotypes photo campaign as their final class project to reveal the variety of stereotypes that students, faculty and staff at the university have faced in their lives. Read more...

Tree planting in Memorial Park

Tree planting brings life to Memorial Park

More than 50 volunteers recently helped plant 4,000 seedlings in Memorial Park to replace trees destroyed by last year’s tornado. Read more...

Edina Haslauer

Students make an impact in the community

In Dr. Edina Haslauer's Ethnic and Gender Equity in Education course, students are required to complete 20 hours of community service, helping to make them aware of the multicultural issues in society and gain an appreciation of diverse communities. Read more...


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