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Students visiting Willowglen

Education majors work with students with special needs

Fifteen students interested in special education recently had the opportunity to engage in a hands-on learning opportunity at Willowglen Academy in Freeport, Illinois. Read more...

Rountree Branch Trail Work

Collaborations improve Rountree Branch Trail

Thanks to collaboration amongst several parties, including UW-Platteville students, the enhanced Rountree Branch Trail was officially opened for public use on Sept. 15. Read more...

Jodi McDermott

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Jodi McDermott

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Jodi McDermott, assistant dean for the College of Business, Industry, Life Science and Agriculture. Read more...

Soils Team

Friday Features - Nov. 11, 2016

Weekly news briefs from Nov. 11.

Dr. Chris Frayer

Flipped classroom helps students learn calculus

Dr. Chris Frayer, associate professor of mathematics, developed Calculus 1 materials that are helping students learn math better. Read more...

McCabe and Swenson

Swenson honored with a Teacher of the Year Award

Tim Swenson, senior lecturer in adapted physical education, received Wisconsin Health and Physical Education’s 2016 Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year Award. Read more...

Metal casting

UW-Platteville has first endowed faculty chair

UW-Platteville announced its first endowed faculty chair to support the Foundry Educational Foundation Key Professor in the Industrial Studies Metals Processing Technology program. Read more...

Wizard of Oz Scenery

Students collaborate with Home School Drama Troupe

Students in the theatre program collaborated with the Tri-State Home School Drama Troupe to realize their production of “The Wizard of Oz,” Oct. 27-29 and Nov. 4-5 at the Municipal Auditorium at City Hall in Platteville. Read more...

Venus Flytrap

Professor works to protect Venus flytraps

Dr. Yari Johnson, assistant professor of agriculture and program coordinator of reclamation, environment and conservation, has joined in efforts to add the Venus flytrap to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service’s list of endangered species. Read more...

Education students with Vicki

Education students work with students with special needs

This semester, six elementary education students are engaging in hands-on, learning opportunities that give them experience teaching students with special needs and, even more importantly, make a difference in their lives. Read more...


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