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Joan Riedle

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Joan Riedle

Dr. Joan Riedle, now in her 37th year of teaching at UW-Platteville, was first drawn to the field of psychology as an undergraduate student, when she was awed by the beauty of the concepts that make up psychology. Read more...

Family STEM Night

Teaching candidates present ‘Family STEM Night’ in Highland

School of Education students recently presented “Family STEM Night” for students in 4K through fifth grades and their families at Highland Elementary School in Highland, Wisconsin. Read more...

Hate U Give book cover

Literary festival to explore narratives of race, trauma and identity

The Department of Humanities will host its third annual literary festival, “The Color of Words: ‘The Hate U Give’ and The Stories We Tell,” on Monday, Oct. 29. Read more...

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Students honor alumni’s legacy in the dairy industry

For 36 years, UW-Platteville students have hosted the Pioneer Dairy Classic. This year's event has a special meaning, as the students honor the legacy of two alumni who had a tremendous impact in the dairy industry. Read more...

gallery tour

News and Highlights - Oct. 12, 2018

Several faculty are recognized for their work through professional development opportunities and grants, and art students have the opportunity to showcase their work regionally. Read more about the accomplishments in this week's campus news and highlights. Read more...

Iserman

Pioneer Spotlight: Adam Iserman

Adam Iserman, resident director of Rountree Commons, is entering his fourth year as a resident director. As a UW-Platteville alumnus, he is thankful for the opportunity to return and give back to the university and community. Read more...

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Alumni make Day of Giving a success

Pioneer spirit was on full display during UW-Platteville's annual Day of Giving, as alumni, friends, students, faculty and staff donated more than $318,000. Read more...

Doudna Hall

Forum to examine how students benefit from interdisciplinary outlook

On Thursday, Nov. 1, the College of Liberal Arts and Education will host a faculty forum titled “Strategic Thinking and Transformative Teaching: Reflections on Inter-, Multi-, or Trans-disciplinarity.” Read more...

Pip Gordon

Gordon honored with UW System award

Dr. Pip Gordon, assistant professor of English and the coordinator of Gay Studies, has been awarded the UW System’s Dr. P.B. Poorman Award for Outstanding Achievement on Behalf of LGBTQ+ People. Read more...

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Two students honored with prestigious UW System award

Two UW-Platteville students earned prestigious Alliant Energy Erroll B. Davis, Jr. Academic Achievement Awards. Kolbi Lackey and Jonathan Yancy will be honored for their achievements at a ceremony at UW-Madison on Oct. 26. Read more...

Tera Montgomery

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Tera Montgomery

Dr. Tera Montgomery, associate professor of animal science, was instrumental in the creation of the university’s dairy science major, which first launched in fall 2016. As program coordinator, she is constantly seeking ways to bring even more value to the program. Read more...

Katherine Wardinski

NSF grant aids undergraduates’ research

A recent grant from the National Science Foundation offers a new research opportunity to civil and environmental engineering students. Read more...

Doll's House 2

Pioneer Players presents ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’

The Department of Performing and Visual Arts-Theatre and Pioneer Players will present Lucas Hnath’s “A Doll’s House, Part 2”, a 21st century “sequel” to Henrik Ibsen’s 19th century classic. Read more...

Mid-Autumn Festival

UW-Platteville celebrates Confucius Institute’s 10th anniversary

On Oct. 12, UW-Platteville will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Confucius Institute by hosting two events. Read more...

Group photo of students at scholarship reception

News and Highlights - Sept. 28, 2018

The College of LAE celebrates student scholarship recipients. Read more about the event and other faculty accomplishments in this week's campus news and highlights. Read more...

Dr. Rea Kirk

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Rea Kirk

Providing hands-on learning experiences that teach her students how to create an inclusive classroom and watching them become more than they ever thought they could be, are two of the many reasons that Dr. Rea Kirk loves teaching. Read more...

farm research

Farming of the future: Researchers explore sustainability and improved production

With the help of a recent USDA grant, a team of UW-Platteville researchers–in collaboration with both local and global partners–are exploring best practices for sustainable agriculture. Read more...

prairie work

Students improve campus prairies

UW-Platteville's campus prairies play an important role in maintaining a healthy ecosystem. They also—as a group of students recently learned—offer a living laboratory right in their backyard. Read more...

Dierdre Dalsing

Pioneer Spotlight: Deirdre Dalsing

As director of Counseling Services at UW-Platteville, Dierdre Dalsing's goal is to help students find their voice and know that change in their lives is possible. Read more in this week's Pioneer Spotlight. Read more...

homecoming

UW-Platteville to celebrate Homecoming

Celebrate UW-Platteville's annual Homecoming week Sept. 30 through Oct. 6. Read more...

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