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New website to launch Friday

With the recruitment of prospective students at the forefront, the new UW-Platteville website is set to launch on Friday, Jan. 18. Read more...

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UW-Platteville to host Internet of Things curriculum workshop

UW-Platteville is bringing together faculty members and companies from across Wisconsin to participate in the Internet of Things Curriculum Workshop on Thursday, Jan. 17. Read more...

Adaptive Toy Hack

Students organize inaugural Holiday Toy Hack event

Students from across several majors came together to adapt common toys to fit the needs of children with disabilities. Dubbed the “Holiday Toy Hack,” the organizers hope to continue it as an annual tradition. Read more...

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Students gain skills through hostage scenario drill

A group of students recently participated in a “barricaded subjects, armed and with hostages” scenario drill at the university’s Forensic Investigation Crime Scene House with Grant and Iowa County Crisis Response Team members and negotiators. Read more...

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Software donation enhances student experience

A recent software donation from Procore will add to the list of growing opportunities that students in the Building Construction Management and Building Construction Safety Management programs have for real-world, practical experience. Read more...

UW-Platteville Engineering

Sesquicentennial Hall site chosen

The site for the university's new Sesquicentennial Hall has been chosen. The $55 million engineering building will adjoin Engineering Hall and be built along the northwest corner of Southwest Road and Longhorn Drive.  Read more...

Dr. Marilyn Tufte

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Marilyn Tufte

Dr. Marilyn Tufte, professor of biology, always knew that she wanted to be a teacher in an ever-changing field, and in her 50 years, she has seen plenty. Read more...

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Student emerges as leader, mentor, budding conductor

Jordan Roberson, a junior political science major, is a student leader and mentor on campus, spending his time serving on the UW System Representatives and playing in music ensembles. Read more...

Commencement Ceremony

UW-Platteville holds 201st commencement

UW-Platteville held its 201st commencement ceremony on Dec. 15, honoring more than 600 students. Read more...

Department of Performing and Visual Arts

News and Highlights - Dec. 14, 2018

The College of LAE honors faculty and staff, Dr. Nancy Gartner is recognized with a national award, and students share experience abroad with the local agriculture community and legislators. Read more...

Spring 2018 commencement ceremony

UW-Platteville to celebrate 201st commencement

UW-Platteville will celebrate its 201st commencement on Saturday, Dec. 15 in the Williams Fieldhouse. Read more...

Dr. Regina Nelson

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Regina Nelson

Throughout the years Dr. Regina Nelson has worked at UW-Platteville, she has connected many people across campus with resources and technology to improve teaching and student learning. Read more...

November Show

News and Highlights - Dec. 7, 2018

The works of more than 40 students are featured in the Department of Performing and Visual Art's third annual November show, which runs through Dec. 14. Read more about the exhibition, and other news and highlights from the week. Read more...

Emily Meinnert

Valedictorian works towards Doctor of Physical Therapy degree

Emily Meinnert, a biology major with a pre-physical therapy emphasis, is working toward her longtime goal of being a physical therapist thanks to a partnership between UW-Platteville and Clarke University. Read more...

2018 Senior Design Open House

UW-Platteville to host senior design open house

UW-Platteville will host its Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Senior Design Open House on Wednesday, Dec. 19 at the Markee Pioneer Student Center. Nearly 100 students from the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science are participating in the event. Read more...

UW-Platteville winter campus

Forum to discuss tariffs, trade and Trump

On Tuesday, Dec. 4, the School of Business will present a faculty forum, “Tariffs, Trade and Trump,” in Doudna 136 from 5-6:30 p.m. Read more...

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Grant supports international experience in renewable energy

Students from UW-Platteville and Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, in Argentina, will partake in an international exchange to share ideas on renewable energy topics. Read more...

Allison Faehling standing on Lambeau Field

Faehling interns with Green Bay Packers

This past summer, Allison Faehling found a way to combine her education and her love of sports. The junior environmental horticulture and soil and crop science major had the opportunity to intern with the Green Bay Packers’ turf department, getting her foot in the door to what she hopes to be her future career. Read more...

Dr. Bob Demaree conducting

Demaree honored with Morris D. Hayes Award

UW-Platteville Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities Dr. Bob Demaree has been awarded the Wisconsin Choral Directors Association’s Morris D. Hayes Award. Read more...

Austin Polebitski working with students in a lab

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Austin Polebitski

Dr. Austin Polebitski, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, helps students to be engaged in hands-on opportunities and stresses the importance of incorporating meaningful experiences for student growth. Read more...

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