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Students share their projects at annual EMS Expo

The annual Engineering, Mathematics and Science Expo at UW-Platteville was held April 3. The open-house style event allowed students and faculty to share their projects with students in grades five through 12. Read more...

Writing Center to host annual NaNoWriMo Readout

The UW-Platteville Writing Center will host the second annual NaNoWriMo Readout on Thursday, April 10, during which participants will read portions of the novels they wrote during National Novel Writing Month, held each November. The event is free and open to all UW-Platteville students and community members. Read more...

Pioneer Spotlight - Bob Stuewer

Bob Stuewer works as the College of Menominee Nation program manager at UW-Platteville. The university has had this partnership with the College of Menominee Nation and UW-Madison for four years. Read more...

Friday Features - April 4, 2014

Weekly news briefs from UW-Platteville for April 4, 2014. Read more...

Students partner with Mineral Point School District

This semester, 24 UW-Platteville elementary education majors, enrolled in Block I Pre Student Teaching, are contributing a combined 3,000 hours of support to area schools within the Platteville and Mineral Point, Wis. school districts. Read more...

New course on satire to be offered

This fall, UW-Platteville will offer a new course, Satire: From Swift to “South Park,” as part of its Thematic Studies in Literature course offerings. Fall registration began March 31. Read more...

The Markee Pioneer Student Center celebrates Light it Up Blue

The "M" located inside the Markee Pioneer Student Center was lit blue on April 2 as part of Light It Up Blue day. Each April 2, Autism Speaks celebrates Light It Up Blue along with the international autism community, in commemoration of the United Nations-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day. Read more...

Distinguished Lecturers tell their story of injustice and forgiveness

UW-Platteville hosted Jennifer Thompson and Ronald Cotton as this year’s Distinguished Lecturers. The duo has written the best-selling book, “Picking Cotton,” which chronicles the duo’s journey of forgiveness. They spoke at the Williams Fieldhouse on April 2 to a crowd of approximately 1,200. Read more...

Art exhibit reflects history of Wisconsin’s people and land

In conjunction with UW-Platteville’s Wisconsin History Symposium 2014 – People and the Land, to be held April 3-5, the university will host an exhibition of artwork created by local, state and regional artists that reflects the history of Wisconsin’s people and the land. The exhibition will be on view through Friday, April 11. Read more...

Students visit Italy for PACCE project

Exploring Contemporary Cultures Through Art – that’s what a group of University of Wisconsin-Platteville students did during their recent Winterim. Funded in part by the Pioneer Academic Center for Community Engagement, the short-term, faculty-led study abroad program partnered with the Istituto Pontificio Sant’Apollinare in Rome, Italy to give students an experience of a lifetime. Read more...

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