Projects, Activities and Research

The College of Liberal Arts and Education mission is to provide a broad foundation of knowledge for all students, fostering an appreciation of the complexity of human nature and the diversity of human experience, so that they can actively engage and make a meaningful difference in society and in the world. High-impact practices are an important component of the university's strategic work plan, which includes the institutional priorities of improving student learning, data-informed decision making, budgeting and planning, supporting student success through retention and recruitment initiatives, and campus climate. Below are some examples of student and faculty/staff projects, activities and research that help us achieve our mission.

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Alexander Hamilton Lives On (Dr. Eugene Tesdahl, assistant professor of history at UW-Platteville, shared stories from the life of Alexander Hamilton on Wisconsin Public Radio's "Central Time.")
Students study immigration and diversity abroad
Students explore health care careers at UW-Platteville summer camp
‘Swinging for Scholarships’ to benefit music students

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Recital to feature Chicago-area cellist Jake Muzzy and UW-Platteville pianist Eugene Alcalay on Oct. 10
Marching Pioneers to debut new uniforms
Oct. 10 forum “Syrian Conflict: What’s to be done?” explores critical issues arising from the conflict
Students from the Wisconsin Center for Blind and Visual Impairment participate in a round of adaptive disc golf with UW-Platteville students
Elementary Chinese language courses offered for first time in school’s history
Rountree Wind Symphony to perform tribute to James Clifton Williams on Oct. 20
Vocalist Laurie Rubin to perform at the Center for the Arts at UW-Platteville
Spanish students host ‘1492: Encuentro entre dos culturas’ event on Oct. 14
Student serves as government intern in Washington, D.C.
Students for Peace and Justice to present documentarian Richard Rowley’s film “Dirty Wars,” winner of Sundance Film Festival Award, on Oct. 21.
College of Liberal Arts and Education recognizes award winners
Mediation team wins double championship
Band Extravaganza at UW-Platteville on Oct. 29
Horrific Crime Scene Revisited exhibit to feature re-created Wisconsin murder scene
Department of Performing and Visual Arts Theatre and Pioneer Players open fall season with Henrik Ibsen’s family drama “Ghosts”
Orchestra to perform music from ‘The Hobbit’ and ‘Lord of the Rings’
Department of Performing and Visual Arts to host ‘Double Reed Day’ on Nov. 2.
Department of Performing and Visual Arts to host ‘Octubaween’ – with performers in costume – on Oct. 31
UW-Platteville to showcase new Steinway D concert piano
Currents of Restorative Justice conference on Nov. 15 provides opportunity to learn about alternative model of justice

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