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Art Building

Students exhibit work in Dubuque gallery tour

More than 50 UW-Platteville graphic design, studio art and art education students will exhibit their work in the “Fall into Art” gallery tour on Oct. 3-4 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Dubuque, Iowa. Read more...

Voices Art Slam Competition

Students win second place at Voices Art Slam

Three UW-Platteville students won second place in the Voices Art Slam 2014 arts and cultural event competition in Dubuque, Iowa, on Sept. 20. Read more...


Center for Gender and Sexuality celebrated

UW-Platteville officials celebrated the grand opening of the Patricia A. Doyle Center for Gender and Sexuality, 136 Warner Hall, on Wednesday, Sept. 24. Read more...

Pioneer Farm

School of Agriculture hosts first Internship Night

Students taking part in the School of Agriculture internship program had an opportunity to present on their experience during the first annual internship night. Read more...

Dr. Ernesto Dominguez López

Visiting lecturer to discuss Cuba

Dr. Ernesto Dominguez López, a history and political science professor at the University of Havana, Cuba, will discuss Cuba's relevance in the 21st century at “Cuba's New Now” on Thursday, Oct. 2. Read more...

Dr. Mohammad Rabbani, assistant professor in the chemistry department

Rabbani focused on natural gas purification

Dr. Mohammad Rabbani, an assistant professor in the chemistry department, is researching natural gas purification by porous materials, which was recently highlighted by the American Chemical Society. Read more...

Agriculture Education majors

Agricultural education majors receive national recognition

Two agricultural education majors at UW-Platteville were recognized with scholarships from the National Association of Agricultural Educators. Read more...

Trevor Pike

Pike conducts research on volcanic rock

Trevor Pike, a UW-Platteville civil engineering student, from McFarland, Wis., is looking to discover a new way to form aggregate using lightweight volcanic rock. Read more...

Opus 88 sculpture to be unveiled

UW-Platteville will unveil its “Opus 88” sculpture on Friday, Oct. 10 in the Center for the Arts at 4:30 p.m. Read more...

Examining 18th century documents

History students examine 18th century documents

Students enrolled in the Colonial American History course had a unique opportunity to examine original 18th century documents, bringing a new perspective to their studies. Read more...


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