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Symphonic Wind Ensemble

Symphonic Wind Ensemble to perform April 22

UW-Platteville’s Symphonic Wind Ensemble will perform a concert on Wednesday, April 22, in the Richard and Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall, Center for the Arts. Read more...

Lactate levels research

Students conduct research on blood lactate levels

Five UW-Platteville students are conducting a research project to investigate the relationship between resting blood lactate levels and academic performance. Read more...

Nicaragua trip

Students build solar projects in Nicaragua

Ten UW-Platteville students recently had the opportunity to learn about, build and implement renewable energy technologies while immersing themselves in the culture of a rural community in Nicaragua. Read more...

UW-Platteville Campus

Students compete in forensics tournament

Two UW-Platteville students recently competed in the Mid-America Forensics League’s District 4 Qualifying Tournament at South Dakota State University. Read more...

Ullsvik Hall

Distance Learning Center earns $630,410 NSF grant

The National Science Foundation awarded a grant of $630,410 to UW-Platteville’s Distance Learning Center to increase access to online master’s degree programs in the science, technology, engineering and math disciplines. Read more...

Yan Shi

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Yan Shi

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Yan Shi, assistant professor of software engineering. Read more...

Students in music video

Friday Features - April 10, 2015

News briefs from the week of April 10, 2015. Read more...

Camila Gabriela Florêncio de Sousa

Brazilian student finds opportunities on campus

Camila Gabriela Florêncio de Sousa, a sophomore industrial engineering student, is one of 29 Brazilian students currently studying at UW-Platteville through the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program. Read more...

Bader and Tufte

Cancer research planned on campus

Thanks to funding from the A. Keith Brewer Foundation at UW-Madison, Dr. Marilyn Tufte, UW-Platteville biology professor, will be leading a cancer research project aimed at finding another piece of the puzzle when it comes to cancer research. Read more...

Austin McCourt

Students gain internship experience in athletics

Two UW-Platteville students have been given unique internship opportunities to work with athletic teams this academic year. Read more...


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