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Doudna Hall

Making sense of Ferguson: race, police and community rights

The UW-Platteville College of Liberal Arts and Education will hold a forum, “Making Sense of Ferguson: Race, Police and Community Rights” on Tuesday, Nov. 18 in 136 Doudna Hall at 7 p.m. Read more...

Mixed Choir

Mixed choirs to sing variety of styles

On Saturday, Nov. 22, the UW-Platteville Chamber Choir, University Singers and Concert Choir will perform together at the Richard and Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall in the Center for the Arts at 3 p.m. Read more...

Dawn Drake

Pioneer Spotlight: Dawn Drake

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dawn Drake, director of UW-Platteville Alternative Delivery Systems. Read more...

Dairy Judging Team

Friday Features - Nov. 14, 2014

Weekly news briefs from Nov. 14, 2014. Read more...

Driftless Region

New program seeks to enrich the Driftless Region

UW-Platteville is introducing the Driftless Fellowship Program – a new initiative that will provide opportunities to faculty, staff and students to conduct research while forming regional partnerships to support and enrich the people and land of the Driftless Region. Read more...

Center for the Arts

Symphonic Wind Ensemble to perform ‘Emblems’ concert

The UW-Platteville’s Symphonic Wind Ensemble will perform its second concert of the semester on Wednesday, Nov. 19 in the Center for the Arts, at 7:30 p.m. Read more...

Marketing Class

School of Business rolls out marketing minor

UW-Platteville students of all majors can now take advantage of a new marketing minor offered through the School of Business. Read more...

Hoagland

Co-op provides valuable experience to engineering student

UW-Platteville senior civil engineering major Jacob Hoagland completed two co-ops with Packaging Corporation of America’s Tomahawk Mill location in Tomahawk, Wis. Hoagland served as the project manger and project engineer between the months on January and August of 2013 and 2014. Read more...

Jennifer Williamson

New networking opportunities arise for students

The UW-Platteville Academic and Career Advising Center is working with the Dubuque Chamber of Commerce on three initiatives to help students gain more experience with networking and jumpstart their next step after graduation. Read more...

Romania Trip

Agriculture students travel to Romania

Earlier this year, 10 students pursuing degrees in agriculture from UW-Platteville traveled to Romania on a short-term study abroad program. Entitled Agriculture in Romania: Past, Present, Future, the trip allowed students to review where the eastern European nation of Romania has been and where it is going into the future. Read more...

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