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Veteran's Day Flag Ceremony

Friday Features - Nov. 6, 2015

Weekly news briefs from Nov. 6, 2015.

Laura Franklin

University awarded not one, but two TRIO grants

UW-Platteville has been selected to receive two grants from the United States Department of Education under the TRIO Student Support Services Program for a total of nearly $3 million over a five-year time frame. Read more...

Painting Belmont mural

Belmont receives mural through PACCE

Through the PACCE office, an Introduction to College Life class led by PACCE Engagement Specialist, Associate Adjunct Instructor and Pioneer Greenhouse Manager Dawn Lee, traveled to Belmont, Wis., to paint a mural in memory of the train era. Read more...

Megan Georgeson

Engineering major interns on Dobson Hall renovation

Megan Georgeson, a junior civil engineering major, recently had an opportunity to apply her classwork and benefit campus at the same time when she interned on the Dobson Hall renovation project. Read more...

Alicia Prill-Adams

Pioneer Spotlight: Alicia Prill-Adams

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Alicia Prill-Adams, assistant farm director of Pioneer Farm. Read more...

Marching Pioneers

Friday Features - Oct. 30, 2015

Weekly news briefs from Oct. 30, 2015.

Platteville Over Time

Howdle discusses benefits of public art courses

Bruce Howdle, art lecturer, will give a presentation on how public art courses help prepare students for careers and improve campus aesthetics at the 50th annual National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts conference being held March 16-19, 2016, in Kansas City, Mo. Read more...

TREES lab research students

Students research Driftless Area

Beginning this fall, five undergraduate students majoring in geography, biology and environmental horticulture will embark upon a multi-year paleoecological study of the Driftless Area. Read more...

Mark Cops

Engineering major assists in research at Georgia Tech

From June 1 to Aug. 27, Mark Cops, a senior mechanical engineering major, participated in a Research Experience for Undergraduates at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Ga. Read more...

Doudna Hall

Forum to explore ethical challenges of cold case

The College of Liberal Arts and Education will present a faculty forum, “Ethical Challenges of the Oldest Cold Case in History,” on Thursday, Nov. 5, in 136 Doudna Hall from 5-6:30 p.m. Read more...


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