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Chapter poster presented at convocation

Education students present at global convocation

Eight students, two alumni and three advisors from the UW-Platteville School of Education’s Iota Rho Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi recently presented at “Convo 2017,” KDP’s 51st biennial convocation held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Read more...

Group photo of student researchers

Students win three awards at research symposium

Six UW-Platteville students recently presented their undergraduate research at the fifth annual Riveredge Nature Center’s Student Research Symposium, “Connections in Nature,” held in Saukville, Wisconsin. Read more...


Forum to explore forgotten Japanese pioneer

The upcoming UW-Platteville College of LAE faculty forum will explore the vital role played by a remarkable Japanese named Manjirō during the Meiji Restoration. Read more...


Pioneer Players to present Michael Frayn’s farcical ‘Noises Off’

UW-Platteville’s Department of Performing and Visual Arts-Theatre and Pioneer Players will present Michael Frayn’s classic farce, “Noises Off.” Read more...

Dr. Travis Nelson

Pioneer Spotlight: Travis Nelson

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Travis Nelson, associate professor of political science and the department chair of social sciences. Read more...

Dr. Barry Ellis

Symphony orchestra and chamber ensembles to perform

The Symphony Orchestra, Pioneer Saxophone Choir and Pioneer Low Brass Ensemble will join musical forces to perform in the “Winds and Strings” concert on Friday, Nov. 10. Read more...


Students present research on African American miners

Thanks to the efforts of five student researchers, more people in Wisconsin now realize that dozens of free and enslaved African Americans were not only among those mining for and refining lead in the Driftless Region between 1827 and 1890, but were also a vital part of Wisconsin’s origins. Read more...

Dr. Rocky Reuter

Internationally renowned composer to share insights

Internationally renowned composer Dr. Rocky J. Reuter will speak to more than 50 music majors and minors about music theory and composition throughout the week of Nov. 6-10. Read more...

Dr. Pip Gordon

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Pip Gordon

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Pip Gordon, assistant professor of English. Read more...

Crime Scene Revisited

Annual crime scene event explores forensics field

UW-Platteville’s seventh annual Horrific Crime Scene Revisited event will take place Saturday, Nov. 4 and Sunday, Nov. 5 at the Forensic Investigation Crime Scene House at Pioneer Farm. Read more...


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