Amy Seeboth-Wilson

Impact of COVID-19 provides opportunity for research, connections

Authored on: May 05, 2020, Written by: Megan Hinderman
As organizations large and small struggle to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic, the effects on UW-Platteville and its surrounding communities are far-reaching. Yet, even as their own lives are disrupted, university students and staff have contributed to the greater good by sharing their skills and resources whenever possible and new opportunities for research and community-building have started to arise.

Boebel Hall renovations

Boebel Hall renovations set to begin

Authored on: Jan 01, 2020, Written by: Paul Erickson
The $23.7 million Boebel Hall renovations are set to begin in the upcoming weeks. The project will renovate existing laboratory and classroom space to become instructional laboratories, preparation and support space, research and undergraduate research space and a general assignment classroom while adding stunning new looks.

Dennis Busch

Faculty discuss freshwater collaboration at state hearing

Authored on: May 05, 2019, Written by: Paul Erickson

University of Wisconsin-Platteville students, faculty and staff could play large roles in solving water issues in Southwest Wisconsin and beyond if a new initiative is passed.

Dr. Hanwan Jiang

Faculty recognized for innovative ideas to improve quality of life in Wisconsin

Authored on: May 05, 2019, Written by: Alison Parkins

Two University of Wisconsin-Platteville faculty members are being recognized for their innovative ideas to improve living and working environments in Wisconsin.

Arellano Water Study

Arellano studies water quality in Sauk County

Authored on: Apr 04, 2019, Written by: John Christensen

Paul Arellano spent last summer and fall as a student at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville Baraboo Sauk County, taking surface water samples from six points along the Little Baraboo River.

Pictured left to right are Katherine Wardinski, Ian Breitlow, and Dr. Gretchen Bohnhoff.

Students research bentonite to improve waste containment solutions

Authored on: Mar 03, 2019, Written by: Alison Parkins

Two University of Wisconsin-Platteville students are contributing to research on the properties of bentonite, a naturally-occurring clay that is used in the construction of waste barriers.

Dr. Evan Larson

Faculty forum to examine impact of Ojibwe landuse on Boundary Waters forests

Authored on: Feb 02, 2019, Written by: Laurie Hamer

What is wilderness?

To help answer this question, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s College of Liberal Arts and Education will host a faculty forum, “Reconsidering Wilderness,” on Thursday, March 7, in Room 136 Doudna Hall from 5-6:30 p.m.

Eva Birtell outside of NASA

Student designs Mars greenhouse concept for NASA

Authored on: Feb 02, 2019, Written by: Alison Parkins

University of Wisconsin-Platteville student Eva Birtell’s research on agricultural production systems is – literally – out of this world.