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Ceremonial ribbon cutting celebrates new School of Business

With a ceremonial ribbon cutting, UW-Platteville officially declared its new School of Business open on May 6. Approximately 100 people attended the ceremony outside Ullsvik Hall, where the offices and many of the classrooms are located. Read more...

Building Construction Management program presents open house

The UW-Platteville Building Construction Management program will showcase its most recent construction project at a community open house on Thursday, May 15 from 3-5 P.M. at 2039 Airport Road in Platteville. Read more...

Students take honors at National Soils Contest

The UW-Platteville Collegiate Soils Team recently competed in two national contests in Pennsylvania and Missouri. Read more...

Friday Features - May 2, 2014

Weekly news briefs from UW-Platteville from May 2, 2014 Read more...

Pioneer Spotlight - Claudine Pied

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Claudine Pied, assistant professor of sociology. Read more...

Women in STEM living learning communities continue to grow

Living learning communities, or LLCs, have been steadily growing in number at UW-Platteville for the past three years. Headed by the Department of Residence Life and run with the assistance of several other UW-Platteville offices, UW-Platteville currently sponsors three LLCs and two interest communities in its fleet of residence halls. Read more...

Students create unique grand piano keyboard sculpture

A unique, 6-foot-wide, ceramic sculptural interpretation of a Steinway concert grand piano keyboard and mural have been installed in the Center for the Arts. The sculpture is titled “Opus 88.” Read more...

Agreement links Rockford high school with criminal justice program

UW-Platteville has signed an agreement with Jefferson High School in Rockford, Ill., to offer a series of crime scene investigation and criminal justice classes. The classes will be offered in cohorts at the high school, starting with juniors who will then continue as seniors. Read more...

Students and faculty find success at national geography conference

Six UW-Platteville geography students and faculty members recently attended the Association of American Geographers annual conference April 8-12 in Tampa, Fla. More than 6,500 geography faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students from across the United States and abroad attended. Read more...

Students selected to present at American Psychological Association convention

A research group of four counseling psychology graduate students has been selected to give a presentation at the American Psychological Association’s 122nd annual national convention being held in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 7-10. Read more...

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