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Sakara Wages

Psychology student to pursue doctoral program

Sakara Wages, a senior psychology major from Chicago, Illinois, hopes to improve the quality of life for those who are vulnerable by helping improve social welfare policy. She has been accepted into the Social Welfare doctoral program at the School of Social Work at UW-Madison. Read more...

Third Coast Percussion

GRAMMY award-winner to perform

GRAMMY award-winner Third Coast Percussion will perform a variety of unique percussion repertoire at UW-Platteville on Friday, April 21. Read more...

Nancy Hauserman

Guest lecturer to discuss foundation of ethical leadership

Guest lecturer Dr. Nancy Hauserman will discuss the foundation of ethical leadership and related issues at “Stand Up and Step Forward: The Foundation of Ethical Leadership,” to be held Wednesday, May 3. Read more...

Research in the Rotunda

Students explore fire history of Midwest landscapes

UW-Platteville geography students are using science to delve into the environmental history of two specific sites in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Read more...

Senior Show

Art students’ best works featured in Senior Show

Six senior art students are the featured artists in the annual Senior Show, a gallery exhibition of the finest works they created throughout their formative years in the university’s art program. Read more...

Julie Hill

Four faculty chosen for Faculty College program

Four faculty members recently were chosen to participate in the UW System 2017 Faculty College, to be held at UW-Richland in Richland Center, Wisconsin, May 30-June 2. Read more...

UW-Platteville seal

7 to present at Summit on Women, Gender and Well-Being

Seven faculty and academic staff members and two students will conduct panel or poster presentations at the Second Annual 4W Summit on Women, Gender and Well-Being and 40th Wisconsin Women and Gender Studies Conference to be held April 27-29 at the Pyle Center at UW-Madison. Read more...

Art Building

Performing and Visual Arts sets 2 new degrees

To help fill the growing demand for graduates who can think creatively and become innovative problem solvers in the 21st century, the Department of Performing and Visual Arts will offer two additional degrees in fall 2017: Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts in art education. Read more...

CI scholarship program

Scholarship program offered to study in China

The UW-Platteville 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 one academic year. Read more...

James Stephenson

Rountree Ensemble to perform spring concert April 12

The Rountree Ensemble will perform its spring concert, “The Devil’s Tale,” on Wednesday, April 12 in the Richard and Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall, Center for the Arts, UW-Platteville, at 7:30 p.m. Read more...

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