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Rickertsen in lab

Student to share research on NASA-quality polymer

Since last spring, Austin Rickertsen, a UW-Platteville sophomore, has been working with Dr. James Hamilton, professor of chemistry, furthering research on Hamilton’s First Contact Polymer. Rickertsen will present his research at the upcoming Research in the Rotunda event in Madison, Wisconsin. Read more...

Students on guided hike

Students observe conservation practices in Costa Rica

As part of a unique study abroad experience, 18 UW-Platteville students traveled to Costa Rica to learn about its tropical ecosystems and the relationship between humans and the country's environment. Read more...

Simone Rand, Deja Roberson, Dr. Eugene Tesdahl and Winnie Redfearn

Students to present research at Posters on the Hill

Three students and two recent graduates from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville will present research they conducted last spring on the vital contributions of African American lead miners in Wisconsin at the Council on Undergraduate Research’s 22nd annual Posters on the Hill event to be held in Washington, D.C. April 17-18. Read more...

Kappa Delta Pi Chapter

Kappa Delta Pi chapter to host Color Run

The UW-Platteville Kappa Delta Pi Iota Rho chapter will host a Color Run event, “Run or Dye Trying,” on Saturday, April 7 to raise funds for Family Advocates Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides emergency, supportive and advocacy services to survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault for residents of Grant, Iowa and Lafayette counties. Read more...

Jen Artz

Pioneer Spotlight: Jen Artz

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Jen Artz, assistant director of the Department of Residence Life. Read more...

Restorative Justice Conference 2016

Repairing the harm: Restorative Justice Conference

On Tuesday, April 24, UW-Platteville’s Department of Criminal Justice will explore the theory of restorative justice – and the potential it has to promote healing and change people’s lives – at the biannual Restorative Justice Conference. Read more...

Dr. Daniel Leitch

Leitch to discuss Syria and global refugee crisis

On Saturday, March 3, Dr. Daniel Leitch, assistant director/associate professor in the School of Education at UW-Platteville, will present “Syria and the Global Refugee Crisis” and will share insights from his time volunteering with a refugee support organization in Darmstadt, Germany. Read more...

Dance Marathon 2018

Friday Features - Feb. 23, 2018

Weekly news briefs from the week of Feb. 23. Read more...

WiSys Innovation Mixer

Students collaborate at innovation mixer

In an effort to provide students with a unique networking opportunity, UW-Platteville and University of Wisconsin System teamed up to host the WiSys Innovation Mixer on Tuesday, Feb. 13. More than 30 students from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds attended the event, which also featured a joint design challenge. Read more...

Ed Kottick

UW-Platteville to host Baroque Music Festival

The UW-Platteville Department of Performing and Visual Arts will host its first annual Baroque Music Festival on Saturday, March 10 and Sunday, March 11, exploring the captivating, classical music of the Baroque era (c. 1600-1750). Read more...


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