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Jeffrey Strange

Pioneer Spotlight: Jeffrey Strange

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Jeffrey Strange, associate professor of theatre, resident scenic and lighting designer and technical director of the Center for the Arts Theatre. Read more...

Canada trip

Students experience tundra firsthand in Canada

A group of UW-Platteville students and faculty traveled to the Churchill Northern Studies Centre on the Hudson Bay in Canada as a part of the class, ABC Ecology: Subarctic, Boreal and Coastal Ecology. Read more...

Butterfly Garden

Students create garden to inspire others, protect environment

Nine students, faculty and staff members collaborated to create a butterfly garden outside of the Art Building, featuring native and non-native species whose flowers attract butterflies, bees, moths and other pollinators. Read more...

Boebel Hall

Investing in our Future - UW System Budget

Read Chancellor Dennis J. Shield's message about the two capital projects for UW-Platteville included in the UW System's 2017-19 biennium budget proposal. Read more...

Rosalyn Broussard

Broussard honored with Woman of the Year Award

Dr. Rosalyn Broussard, professor of political science and chair of the interdisciplinary studies department, was selected to receive the 2016 Dr. Carol Sue Butts Woman of the Year Award. Read more...

Mike Huser

Pioneer Spotlight Mike Huser

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Mike Huser of the Financial Aid Office. Read more...

Policing Confernce

Use of force the focus of upcoming policing conference

The issue of appropriate police force will take precedence at the second annual 21st Century Policing Conference at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville on Friday, Sept. 16 Read more...

Concussion research

Can biomarkers be used to diagnose concussion injury?

A team led by Dr. Matthew Rogatzki, assistant professor of health and human performance, will study members of the university’s 2016 football team to determine if biomarkers can be used to predict when an athlete is at an elevated risk of sustaining a concussion injury as well as diagnose concussion injury. Read more...

Allen Cordingley

Pioneer Spotlight: Allen Cordingley

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Allen Cordingley, senior lecturer in the Department of Performing and Visual Arts and director of Jazz 1 and the Pioneer Pep Band. Read more...

Rountree Commons Art

Students create commemorative art for Rountree Commons

Two students recently created a commemorative, functional piece of artwork for Rountree Commons residence hall using wood that was felled in the university’s Memorial Park during the June 2014 tornado. Read more...

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