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UW-Platteville has third-largest enrollment ever

UW-Platteville begins 2016-17 with the third-largest enrollment in the university’s history, according to 10th-day estimates released Thursday, Sept. 22. Read more...

21st Century Policing Conference

Conference brings together community and police

About 400 people attended the second annual 21st Century Policing Conference at UW-Platteville on Sept. 16 to address issues surrounding the national crisis in policing related to use of force and how to build community trust and legitimacy. Read more...

Nationally ranked Elementary Degree Program

Nationally-ranked elementary education program at UW-Platteville

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville has been ranked the #16 elementary education program in the United States in’s Best Colleges for Elementary Education rankings. Read more...

Tyler Ostergaard

Faculty forum to explore railroad in Daumier’s print work

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s College of Liberal Arts and Education will present a faculty forum, “Modernity, Mayhem and Meudon: The Railroad in Daumier’s print work and mid-19th century French culture,” on Thursday, Oct. 6, in Room 136 Doudna Hall from 5-6:30 pm. Read more...

Corn Maze

Corn maze honors sesquicentennial

In honor of the university’s sesquicentennial, Vesperman Farms in Lancaster, Wisconsin has grown and cultivated a special corn maze. Read more...

Eugene Tesdahl

Friday Features - Sept. 16, 2016

Weekly news briefs from Sept. 16, 2016.

AC Stokes

Pioneer Spotlight: AC Stokes

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is AC Stokes, advisor in the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs. Read more...


Leitch researches after-school programs for children of migrant workers in China

Dr. Daniel Leitch, associate professor in the School of Education, and two other authors recently published a research article about the importance of after-school programs for children of migrant workers in Shanghai, China. Read more...

Pioneer Players

Pioneer Players 2016-17 season takes on the classics

The UW-Platteville Theatre Program has announced the 2016-17 Pioneer Players production season. Read more...


Speakers to highlight transnational feminism and literature

This fall, the Women’s and Gender Studies Program will offer a speaker series that is designed to broaden the scope and depth of current scholarly activities in transnational feminism and transnational literature on campus. Read more...


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