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Leon Logothetis

Global adventurer, philanthropist to share inspiration

Leon Logothetis, a global adventurer, motivational speaker, author and philanthropist, will share his inspiration with the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and the greater Platteville communities on Thursday, May 21 at 3 p.m. Read more...


Friday Features - May 15, 2015

Weekly news briefs from May 15, 2015.

Dr. Mary Pat Dalles

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Mary Pat Dalles

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Mary Pat Dalles, senior academic staff in the department of humanities. Read more...

Ray Cross

UW System President engages faculty and staff

UW System President Ray Cross engaged UW-Platteville faculty and staff in discussions about the proposed state budget on May 13. Read more...

Ottensman Hall

Engineering students revamp rehabilitation machine

UW-Platteville senior mechanical engineering majors worked with VibeTech to redesign the VibeTech One, a non weight-bearing rehabilitation machine. Read more...

Michele and Josh Turner

Partnership helps child care providers and community

A new contract between the Department of Children and Families and UW-Platteville’s Office of Continuing Education, is helping a Milwaukee daycare provider offer professional development training to other early childhood educators in her community, free of charge. Read more...

Campus with flowers

Students create digital story about Platteville

Two students from UW-Platteville’s School of Education showcased UW-Platteville and the community in a unique way – they created a digital story. Read more...

Megan Kubatzke

Kubatzke connects social change

The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors has awarded sophomore reclamation major Megan Kubatzke a grant to support her academic research analyzing the connection between the civil rights walk in Selma, Ala., in 1965 to the current state of Ferguson, Mo. Read more...


Spring commencement concludes with four ceremonies

UW-Platteville held its 194th commencement, divided into four ceremonies, on May 8 and 9. Read more...

Keyton Feller

Feller researches eco-friendly solution for lignin

A sophomore chemistry major from Preston, Iowa, Keyton Feller, has been awarded a Pioneer Undergraduate Research Fellowship to support his research with lignin. Read more...


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