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Ambrosy develops business through Launch Lab

As an alumnus of UW-Platteville, Becky Ambrosy took advantage of the Pioneer Launch Lab as a way to gain tools for starting her massage therapy business. The Pioneer Launch Lab is an entrepreneurial setting providing an environment for students, recent alumni and faculty for the development of their business ideas. It is intended for those who may have a creative concept or for those who are already operating a business, but want to expand and take it to the next level. Read more...

Pioneer Spotlight: Shan Sappleton

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is on Dr. Shan Sappleton, an assistant professor of political science in the UW-Platteville College of Liberal Arts and Education’s department of social sciences. Joining the faculty in fall 2013, she teaches courses in comparative politics, international relations and African politics. Read more...

Alumna recognized as ‘Future Headliner’

Joelle Doye, a UW-Platteville alumna and editor of The Democrat Tribune in Mineral Point, Wis., was one of five people working in the Wisconsin newspaper industry named “Future Headliners” by the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation. The award recognizes emerging new leaders age 30 and under who are working in the news media industry. Read more...

Muslu tabbed as interim EMS dean

Dr. Mesut Muslu, who has been with the university for nearly three decades, will be the new interim dean of the College of the EMS. Read more...

Music students work with Platteville Children's Chorale

As part of a PACCE-sponsored project, five students from the department of performing and visual arts are working with the Platteville Children's Chorale—conducting, teaching and working one-on-one with the children's choir members. Read more...

Students find success at global contest in Taiwan

UW-Platteville’s Teng Yang, Bryce Blackbourn and Kevon Tabrizi received the special prize for their flow ability analysis at the 2013 Moldex3D Global Innovation Talent Award Contest in Hsinchu, Taiwan. Read more...

Patty Loew to talk about Native American history in Wisconsin

Patty Loew, former co-host of “In Wisconsin” on WHA-TV (PBS) and author of “Indian Nations of Wisconsin,” will present the keynote address “Dances with History: An Indigenous Approach to Recounting the Past” at the Wisconsin History Symposium at the UW-Platteville on April 4. Read more...

Governor Scott Walker visits UW-Platteville

Governor Scott Walker was the keynote speaker at this year's Lincoln Day Dinner hosted by the Grant County Republican Party and the College Republicans. The event was held on Sunday, March 2 in Ullsvik Hall. Read more...

Ebony Weekend brings speakers, performers to campus

This year's Ebony Weekend was held Feb. 21-23. The event, organized by the Black Student Union, provided a variety of speakers and activities throughout campus. Read more...

Nearly Naked Run brings in donations

Participants braved the elements on Thursday, Feb. 27 for the annual Nearly Naked Run, gathering clothing donations for Family Advocates and Grant County Social Services. Read more...

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