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Dr. Mohamed Daadaoui

Forum to address radical Islamism, ISIS apocalypse and Islamophobia

The Department of Social Sciences will present a forum, “Destroying the Gray Zone: Radical Islamism, the ISIS Apocalypse and Islamophobia,” on Monday, March 14, in Room 136 Doudna Hall from 5-6:30 p.m. Read more...

Criminal Justice Career Day

Criminal Justice Career Day draws 75 agencies

Approximately 350 students and 75 tri-state agencies from all areas of criminal justice attended UW-Platteville's 43rd annual Criminal Justice Career Day on March 8. Read more...

Pioneer Tower

TTC promotes culture of innovative teaching

In its inaugural year, UW-Platteville's Teaching and Technology Center is providing a variety of resources, support services and programming to help promote effective and innovative teaching that enhances learning at UW-Platteville. Read more...

Cricket Frog Research

Students research endangered cricket frogs

UW-Platteville senior biology majors Samantha Tomczewski and Allison Wells spent their summer studying cricket frog calls. Read more...

Agriculture conference attendees

Friday Features - March 4, 2016

Weekly news briefs from March 4, 2016.

Justine Chien

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Justine Chien

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Szu-Yueh Justine Chien, assistant professor in the School of Education. Read more...


Geography course contributes to sesquicentennial

An Introduction to Geographic Information Systems class has completed a campus mapping project to contribute to the UW-Platteville 150th celebration. Read more...

Mardi Gras

Friday Features - Feb. 26, 2016

Weekly news briefs from Feb. 26, 2016.

Dr. Muthu Venkateshwaran

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Muthu Venkateshwaran

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Muthu Venkateshwaran, assistant professor of crop physiology and molecular biology in the School of Agriculture. Read more...

students investigate impact of water contamination

Students research impact of water contamination

Four UW-Platteville students are investigating the impact of water contamination caused by fossil-fuel extraction techniques in the Appalachian Mountains of Tennessee, using Geographic Information System technology. Read more...


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