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Student designers take charge in 2018-19 Pioneer Players season

The UW-Platteville Theatre Program announces the 2018-19 Pioneer Players production season, which will feature five different performances. Read more...

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UW-Platteville branches name additional support

UW-Platteville announces the newly hired assistant deans and directors of student support services at UW-Platteville Richland and UW-Platteville Baraboo Sauk County. Read more...

Gokul Gopalakrishnan and students

Students and faculty recognized by WiSys for innovation

UW-Platteville proved itself a leader in innovation at the recent 11th annual Wisconsin Science and Technology Symposium, with faculty and students being recognized for achievements. Read more...

Scott Steder

Forum to explore crossover between ceramics, engineering and science

On Thursday, Oct. 4, the College of LAE will present a faculty forum, "Synthesizing the Ceramic Arts and Science." Read more...

2017 Homecoming Awards Ceremony

UW-Platteville to celebrate distinguished and outstanding alumni

UW-Platteville will honor alumni who excel in their careers and give back to their communities and alma mater during the 2018 Homecoming weekend. Read more...

Peter Lammers working with students at Pioneer Farm

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Peter Lammers

Growing up on a farm in Adams, Minnesota is where Dr. Peter Lammers first found his interest in animal science. Read more about Lammers, assistant professor of animal science, in this week's Pioneer Spotlight. Read more...

Caleb Cizauskas holding snake

Student surveys snake fungal disease at Eagle Valley Preserve

Building off of successful research conducted on campus in the spring, the Department of Biology extended its research on snake fungal disease, an emerging infectious disease, further in the region. Senior Caleb Cizauskas spent this summer researching at Eagle Valley Preserve. Read more...

Dr. Jodean Grunow

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Jodean Grunow

Dr. Jodean Grunow has dedicated her career to promoting excellence in mathematics education. She believes that developing problem-solving and analysis skills is not only important in mathematics but is a 21st century life skill, and helps students achieve this. Read more...

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Native American cultural experience helps prepare future educators

Four pre-service teachers recently had an opportunity to learn about the culture and language of the Ho-chunk Nation at the 22nd annual Wisconsin American Indian Studies Summer Institute in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. Read more...

Kathryn Bartels

Student conducts research on school mass shootings

As a participant in UW-Platteville's inaugural Summer Undergraduate Scholars Program, Kathryn Bartels conducted in-depth research and historical analysis on America’s school mass shootings and what impact laws can have on reducing gun-related deaths. Read more...

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Theatre major helps bring a story to life with scenic design

As scenic designer for Sam Shepard’s “Fool for Love,” Samuel Klaas was responsible for imagining and creating the entire world of the play. Read more...

Tree-Ring Research

Tree ring data helps reconstruct drought, rainfall in Driftless Area

Tia Federman, a senior geography major, spent the summer conducting research that has the potential to expand the understanding of water resource variability in Southwest Wisconsin. Read more...

Dominique Kornely

Psychology student explores how stress impacts college students' behavior

Dominique Kornely's research examined the relationship between stress and substance use in college students. Read more...

aerial view of fieldhouse construction

Current and planned campus construction projects underway

UW-Platteville will soon see a number of changes on campus, as current construction projects near completion, and planning for upcoming ventures continues. Read more...

chancellor shields at convocation

Convocation recognizes faculty and staff

Chancellor Dennis J. Shields kicked off the new academic year with the annual all-campus convocation, where he shared his goals for the upcoming year and celebrated faculty and staff. Read more...

Michael Campbell

Student studies boosting plant defenses

Michael Campbell, a participant in UW-Platteville's summer undergraduate scholars program, is exploring how to release volatile organic compounds over time to improve a plant's defense system. Read more...

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New partnership supports international students’ mental health and cultural adaptation

UW-Platteville entered a new partnership to support international students and the unique set of challenges they can face, ranging from cultural to linguistic and social. Read more...

Macayla Willis

Research for a cure: Willis studies colon cancer cells

As a member of UW-Platteville's inaugural intensive summer undergraduate scholars program, Macayla Willis devoted her summer break to researching a cure for cancer by learning the effects of specific compounds on cancerous cells. Read more...

Audrey Wedig

Student gains teaching experience in Spain

Audrey Wedig was one of only 12 students accepted internationally to a program at a modern English teacher training school in Barcelona, where she gained exposure to different teaching practices around the world. Read more...

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Board of Regents endorses branch campus names

The UW System Board of Regents formally approved the new names of the two UW-Platteville branch campuses Friday, cementing the relationship that will strengthen education across Southwest Wisconsin. Read more...

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