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Friday Features - May 23, 2014

Weekly news briefs from UW-Platteville from May 23, 2014 Read more...

Pioneer Spotlight - Charla Tripoli

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Charla Tripoli, a senior industrial engineering major and coordinator of Café International. Read more...

Music students make bassoon more accessible

Students involved in the bassoon studio at UW-Platteville took on a project to assist local students in gaining greater access to their instrument of choice, the bassoon. Read more...

Golf outing to raise money for music scholarships

The UW-Platteville Department of Performing and Visual Arts faculty will host its second annual Swinging for Scholarships on Friday, June 13 at the Platteville Golf and Country Club. Read more...

Self-service repair station brings convenience to bicyclists

Bicycling on campus became a little more convenient this past year. A self-service bike repair station was installed on the north side of the Markee Pioneer Student Center. This is one of several measures UW-Platteville has implemented over the past year to create a more bicycle-friendly campus Read more...

Pioneer Spotlight - Soma Chattopadhyay

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Soma Chattopadhyay, assistant professor of chemistry. Read more...

Friday Features - May 16, 2014

Weekly news briefs from UW-Platteville from May, 16, 2014 Read more...

Class hosts belly dancing troupe to combat stereotypes

Four UW-Platteville students belly danced outside of Markee Pioneer Student Center recently as a way to stand up and speak out against sexual assault. The dance troupe was hosted by the Human Sexuality class, taught by Dr. Marc Wruble, professor of psychology at UW-Platteville. April was nationally recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Read more...

Record number of engineering graduates in collaborative program

UW-Platteville’s mechanical and electrical engineering programs, in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Rock County, will graduate a record number of students at the spring commencement held on Wednesday, May 21. Read more...

Technology meets nature with newly developed app

Technology meets nature in a new app developed by two UW-Platteville professors. The GeoHike: Devil's Lake app is a digitized, virtual tour of Wisconsin's Devil's Lake State Park, which will help enrich visitors' and students' understanding of the park. Read more...

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