Chancellor Tammy Evetovich and Mark Evetovich Campus & Community

Chancellor’s gift creates endowed fund, provides support across campus

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Foundation announces a generous gift from Chancellor Tammy Evetovich and her husband Mark Evetovich, which will establish an endowed fund to support general campus needs, benefiting students, faculty and staff for years to come.

Lindsey Barnes at EPA office Environment, STEM

With EPA internship, Barnes paves her way to dream job years before graduation

For Lindsey Barnes, working at the Environmental Protection Agency was always a “dream job.” With a passion for the environment and a desire to make a meaningful impact, the junior from Cedar Rapids, Iowa set her sights on that future goal – never imagining she would achieve it two years before graduating college.

Engineering class STEM, Research

NSF-funded research looks to leverage strengths of non-traditional engineering students

Dr. Ganapathy Natarajan, associate professor of industrial engineering, is part of a team awarded a National Science Foundation grant to research ways to leverage the lived experiences of non-traditional engineering students in order to improve learning for all students in engineering classrooms.

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