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Carole Spelic art

Faculty artwork on display

The artwork of six UW-Platteville art faculty and instructional staff members is on display at the UW-Platteville Art Faculty Exhibition through Saturday, April 1, in the Harry and Laura Nohr Gallery, Ullsvik Hall. Read more...

Ashley Owens

Owens receives undergraduate research award

Ashley Owens, a senior biology major, ethnic studies minor, and president of the Black Student Union, is one of five recipients of an Undergraduate Research Presentation Award for 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...

Dr. Daniel Leitch

Professor assists Syrian refugees in Germany

Dr. Daniel Leitch, associate professor in the School of Education, recently returned to the United States from an overseas volunteer experience aiding Syrian refugees in Darmstadt, Germany. Read more...

Criminal Justice Career Day

Agencies, students drawn to Criminal Justice Career Day

Earning a degree in criminal justice or forensic investigation from UW-Platteville can lead to a wide variety of career opportunities, including working for a state or city police department. Read more...

Jessica Brogley

Friday Features - Feb. 24, 2017

Weekly news briefs from Feb. 24, 2017. Read more...

Criminal Justice Career Day

Criminal Justice Career Day set for March 7

Between 300-400 criminal justice and forensic investigation students will have the opportunity to network with representatives from up to 75 tri-state agencies at the university’s 44th annual Criminal Justice Career Day on Tuesday, March 7. Read more...

Grunow

STEM education project receives continued funding

UW-Platteville's “Intelligent Integration of STEM Components to Build Effective Educators and Proficient Students” project aims to help K-12 districts and teachers integrate STEM in their classrooms; the project was recently awarded continued funding for a third year. Read more...

Flushing

Forum to explore role of heritage language

The College of Liberal Arts and Education will present a faculty forum, “Wenzhounese: A Chinese Dialect in New York City,” on Thursday, March 2, in Room 136 Doudna Hall from 5-6:30 pm. Read more...

Winter campus

UW-Platteville and Avalon Cinema to host International Film Festival

The College of Liberal Arts and Education and Department of Human Resources are collaborating with the French-American Cultural Exchange Tournées Film Festival and the Avalon Cinema in Platteville to host UW-Platteville’s annual International Film Festival. Read more...

Teaching in Aldine

Students gain early childhood teaching experience in Texas

Sixteen teacher candidates from the School of Education recently had an opportunity to gain early childhood teaching experience by delivering more than 80 hours of instruction to 250 students at the Hinojosa Early Childhood/Pre-Kindergarten and Head Start Center and 150 students at the Garcia-Leza Early Childhood/Pre-Kindergarten Center, both in Aldine, Texas. Read more...

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