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Friday Features - April 11, 2014

Weekly news briefs from UW-Platteville for April 11, 2014. Read more...

Pioneer Spotlight - Dong Isbister

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Dong Isbister, assistant professor of women's and gender studies. Read more...

Students work with local nature preserve

The Pioneer Academic Center for Community Engagement program is funding a student research project to naturally clean algae infested ponds and lakes at both Gooseberry Hill and Lake Joy. Read more...

Online graduate class offered in cyber security

In a world that is becoming increasingly digitized, the threat of cyber security and Internet hackers has been a concern for everyone from university administrators to international business owners. UW-Platteville is offering its graduate students a way to get their feet wet in the world of cyber crime prevention with the introduction of a new course, CRIMLJUS 7340, Cyber Crime. Read more...

Social media program one of few in the nation

UW-Platteville is already home to the oldest continuously published student newspaper, The Exponent, and the oldest student-run radio station, WSUP, in the UW System. Now the new student-run Facebook page for the Department of Media Studies pioneers UW-Platteville to another “first” in student-run media production throughout the UW System. Read more...

Student creates Headfakes program for Platteville High School

UW-Platteville student Joshua Inglett, a junior engineering physics major from Portage, Wis., wanted a way to get involved in the Platteville community. He is currently working with the Platteville High School on a program called Headfakes. Read more...

Three student organizations host showing of film ‘Bully’

Three student organizations recently hosted a campus-wide showing of “Bully,” an award-winning documentary about bullying in United States schools. The student organizations included Students Planning for Success, Students for Peace and Justice and Kappa Delta Pi. Read more...

Students to participate in Reverse Career Fair

Organized by the UW-Platteville Chapter of the American Marketing Association – in collaboration with the Career Center and School of Business – the first annual Reverse Career Fair will take place April 16 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the University Rooms, Markee Pioneer Student Center. Read more...

Alumni Services creates new ambassador program

UW-Platteville Alumni Services is creating a new alumni ambassador program, designed to broaden professional networks, encourage involvement and spark communication between alumni. Read more...

Forked Tongues, Forked Roads: a tribute to Shakespeare and Cervantes

UW-Platteville’s English and Spanish programs will celebrate the contributions of English poet William Shakespeare and Spanish novelist Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra at the two-day, “1616 Forked Tongues, Forked Roads” language event on Tuesday, April 22, in the University Rooms at Markee Pioneer Student Center and on Wednesday, April 23, in Ullsvik Hall. Read more...

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