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Melcher Hall

State approves multiple building projects for campus

The State of Wisconsin Building Commission recently approved several projects on the UW-Platteville campus. Read more...

Amanda Becher

Becher creates unique class project

junior industrial technology management major Amanda Becher of Stratford, WI., recently completed a unique stand-up paddleboard project for a synthetic and composite materials course during the fall semester. Read more...


Students' locally grown food used in Dining Services

Students working in the Pioneer Greenhouse are producing food used by UW-Platteville dining services. Learn more about the social, environmental and economic benefits this opportunity creates. Read more...

Dr. Dong Isbister

Students share research about gender-based violence

UW-Platteville students enrolled in Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies course recently completed research projects that gave them insight into gender-based violence then shared it with others through social media. Read more...

Guthrie Brothers

The Guthrie Brothers to perform Jan. 31

UW-Platteville’s Center for the Arts will present “The Guthrie Brothers: a Simon and Garfunkel Experience” on Saturday, Jan. 31, in the Richard and Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall at 7 p.m., as part of the 2014-15 Performing Arts Series. Read more...

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. David Krugler

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. David Krugler, professor of history. Read more...

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Friday Features - Jan. 9, 2015

Weekly news briefs from the week of Jan. 9, 2015. Read more...

Ullsvik Hall

Recent report ranks online programs among top in nation

Online degree programs at the UW-Platteville rank as some of the best in the nation by a recent U.S News & World Report. Read more...

Inna Stepaniuk

Professors lend expertise to new ‘university’

There is a new “university” operating in the area that utilizes experts from UW-Platteville. According to Dr. Robert Simmons, founder of Fried Green University, it’s a casual adult continuing education group that meets every other month at Fried Green Tomatoes Restaurant in Galena, Ill. Read more...

Deb Meyer

Pioneer Spotlight: Deb Meyer

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Deb Meyer.


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