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Kim Sargent

Friday Features - Dec. 11, 2015

Weekly news briefs from Dec. 11, 2015.

Student framing

Students help turn salvaged wood into new frames

Staff in Nohr Gallery turned salvaged wood from tornado-damaged trees in Memorial Park into frames used to complement some of the donated and well-known pieces of artwork in the gallery’s permanent collection. Read more...

Emily Grunewald Zip Lining

Criminal Justice LLC helps students adjust to college

The Criminal Justice Living Learning Community consists of 30 criminal justice and forensic investigation majors living on the same wing in Dobson Hall who all take Introduction to Criminal Justice together and participate in activities outside of the classroom. Read more...

Thermo Fisher Women in Engineering Career Day

Young women explore engineering at career day

UW-Platteville's Women in Engineering, Mathematics and Science Program recently hosted the Thermo Fisher Women in Engineering Career Day. Read more...

G. Daniel Fairchild

Pioneer Spotlight: G. Daniel Fairchild

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is G. Daniel Fairchild, professor of music. Read more...

Ross Johnson

Friday Features - Dec. 4, 2015

Weekly news briefs from Dec. 4, 2015.


195th commencement to be held Dec. 12

UW-Platteville will be hosting its 195th commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 12. This commencement will be divided into two ceremonies. Read more...

John Schaefer

Schaefer on track to earn fourth degree

John Schaefer has a thirst for knowledge that can’t be quenched. Originally from Potosi, Wis., he is on track to earn his fourth academic degree. Read more...

New spin-off master’s program available in fall 2016

A spin-off program of the Joint International Master's Program in Computer Science has been created. The new Master of Science in Computer Science program removes the study abroad requirement to make the program more feasible for students. Read more...

Students visiting Willowglen Academy

Education majors work with students with disabilities

Ten undergraduate and graduate students interested in special education recently engaged in a hands-on learning experience at Willowglen Academy in Freeport, Ill., a residential placement facility for students with severe and/or multiple disabilities, especially those who fall on the autism disorder spectrum. Read more...


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