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Friday Features

Friday Features - Dec. 12, 2014

News briefs from UW-Platteville from the week of Dec. 12, 2014 Read more...

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Lily Chang

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Lily Chang, assistant professor of computer science. Read more...

Kathryn (Kate) Morrison

Senators to present memorial plaque

Wisconsin State Senators Dale Schultz, Tim Cullen and Fred Risser will join former University of Wisconsin System President Katharine C. Lyall in a presentation Monday, Dec. 15 to remember Kathryn Morrison, a former UW-Platteville assistant professor who became the first woman elected to the state senate 40 years ago. Read more...

Women in EMS Career Day

Women in EMS host career day

UW-Platteville’s Women in Engineering, Mathematics and Science recently hosted its annual career day for girls in grades eight through 12. Read more...


Annual Badger Camp Telethon raises $74,000

UW-Platteville recently presented the 41st annual Telethon in support of Wisconsin Badger Camp. The event raised $74,000. Read more...

Dustin Lynch

Dustin Lynch to headline spring concert

Country music performer Dustin Lynch will be performing at UW-Platteville’s first spring concert on Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Read more...


Pioneer Spotlight: Richard Garrett and Catherine Douillet

This week's Pioneer Spotlights are Dr. Richard Garrett, a senior English lecturer, and Dr. Catherine Douillet, lecturer of sociology. They discuss their work as Fulbright Scholars, teaching in Moldova's capital city of Chisinau. Read more...

Plastics Processing

Friday Features - Dec. 5, 2014

Weekly news briefs from the week of Dec. 5. Read more...

PACCE Poster Day

Students showcase community projects

The semi-annual Pioneer Engagement Poster Day sponsored by the Pioneer Academic Center for Community Engagement at UW-Platteville provided a venue to showcase the work of more than 650 students, community and business partners. Read more...


Crime scene house benefits students across many majors

Students in a variety of majors—ranging from biology and psychology to political science and engineering— benefited from UW-Platteville’s Crime Scene Investigation House, as they took part in a technical communication exercise. Read more...


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