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Oak project

Tree rings reveal clues about climate history, local landowners help

In less than two weeks, more than 120 land owners across the state have contacted Sara Allen, lab manager and research associate of the Tree-Ring, Earth and Environmental Sciences Laboratory, to volunteer their burr oaks for her research in reconstructing patterns of drought in Southwest Wisconsin over the last three centuries from the tree rings of oaks. Read more...

Chamber Choir

Chamber Choir to go on tour

UW-Platteville’s Chamber Choir, directed by Dr. Bob Demaree, director of choral activities, will go on its yearly tour of high schools on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 20-21. Read more...

Britton Schott

Schott earns valuable experience interning at packaging company

Britton Schott, a senior civil engineering major of Saint Peter, Minn., worked as an intern at Packaging Corporation of America at its Tomahawk, Wis. location this summer. Read more...

Irish Christmas

Center for the Arts to present ‘An Irish Christmas’

The Center for the Arts will present “An Irish Christmas” on Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the Richard and Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall at 7 p.m. as part of the 2014-15 Performing Arts Series. Read more...

Peregine falcons

Howdle's sculptures to be featured in local exhibitions

A collection of nine ceramic sculptures and one vase created by Bruce Howdle, senior lecturer of art, will be on display at the “Wild Things in the Human Habitat” exhibition at the Sugar River Gallery, Verona Area High School, through Friday, Nov. 21. Read more...

Gender Choir

Gender choirs to perform together

UW-Platteville's two gender choirs will perform on Sunday, Nov. 9 at the Richard and Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall in the Center for the Arts at 3 p.m. Read more...

Blood Drive

Over 800 people donate to Blood Drive

This fall’s American Red Cross Blood Drive at UW-Platteville proved successful with over 800 participants. The three-day drive was just 10 donors shy from beating the university’s overall record. Read more...

tornado damage

Pioneer Relief Fund assisting those in need

The Pioneer Relief Fund was established to aid the UW-Platteville campus community after the June 16 EF2 tornado damaged multiple university buildings and memorial park, as well as Ralph E. Davis Pioneer Stadium and homes around the Platteville area. Read more...

Veterans week events

Friday Features - Oct. 31, 2014

News briefs from the week of Oct. 31 Read more...

Dr. Lindsay Hollingsworth

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Lindsay Hollingsworth

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Lindsay Hollingsworth, assistant professor of education. Read more...

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