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Confucius Institute

Scholarship program offers chance to study in China

The Confucius Institute and its Chinese partner, South-Central University for Nationalities in Wuhan, China, are co-sponsoring an educational scholarship program that will enable students and teachers to study at South-Central University for Nationalities for four weeks, one semester or one academic year. Read more...

Gerald Mahun

Pioneer Spotlight: Gerald Mahun

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Gerald Mahun, lecturer in the civil and environmental engineering department. Read more...

History Symposium

Friday Features - April 1, 2016

Weekly news briefs from April 1, 2016.

Business Model Competition Winners

PACCE hosts sixth annual Business Model Competition

The Pioneer Academic Center for Community Engagement hosted its sixth annual Business Model Competition on March 9. Read more...

Nanotube transistors research

Students to present research on nanotube transistors

Students will present their research on carbon nanotube transistors at the Posters in the Rotunda event at the Capitol in Madison, Wisconsin on Wednesday, April 13. Read more...

Lignin research

Chemistry students look for efficiency in lignin

Five students are researching lignin, a large biomass product of the paper industry, and finding ways to convert it into useful chemicals rather than just disposing of it. Read more...


Accreditation Steering Committee to host open forums

The UW-Platteville Higher Learning Commission Steering Committee is hosting two open forums April 4 and April 5. Read more...

Carly Pearce

Hayes' opening act announced

Country music performer Hunter Hayes will be at Ralph E. Davis Pioneer Stadium on May 1 and will be accompanied by up and coming artist Carly Pearce. Read more...

Dr. Chris Schulenburg

Forum explores role of science in a globalized culture

The College of Liberal Arts and Education will present a faculty forum, “Dazzled with Science?: Mexico’s Twenty-First Century Novel and Globalization’s Unsavory Consequences,” on Thursday, April 7. Read more...

The Drowsy Chaperone

'The Drowsy Chaperone' dances its way to the CFA

The Department of Performing and Visual Arts-Theatre and Pioneer Players will present their spring musical, “The Drowsy Chaperone,” in the Richard and Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall in the Center for the Arts. Read more...


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