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Students conduct science activities at STEM Festival

Seven School of Education students recently presented a variety of engaging, hands-on science activities for children of all ages at the 2018 Dubuque Area Family STEM Festival at Clarke University in Dubuque, Iowa. Read more...

Addie Peper outside

Valedictorian began at UW-Baraboo/Sauk County

As the valedictorian of the UW-Platteville’s School of Business, Addie Peper, a Loganville, Wisconsin native, credits much of her success to her start at UW-Baraboo/Sauk County. Read more...

Dr. Qiong Li

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Qiong Li

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Qiong Li, chair of UW-Platteville's Department of Chemistry. Read more...

Ag Business students with award

Friday Features – May 4, 2018

Weekly news briefs from the week of May 4. Read more...

EMS Ambassador with student

Ambassadors program introduces students to STEM

Thanks to the establishment of UW-Platteville's College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science Ambassadors program, local youth have an opportunity to learn about STEM-related fields in a unique and interactive way. Read more...

Commencement

UW-Platteville to celebrate 200th commencement

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville will celebrate its 200th commencement on Friday, May 11 and Saturday, May 12. Read more...

Holding snake

Students research snakes in Memorial Park, search for emerging disease

A group of UW-Platteville biology students are researching snakes in UW-Platteville’s Memorial Park to search for signs of an emerging snake fungal disease that could pose a major threat to ecosystems. Read more...

Students and volunteers with tie blankets

Students lead victim impact program for inmates

Fourteen students from UW-Platteville recently helped facilitate three sessions of victim impact programming for 50 inmates at Prairie du Chien Correctional Institution in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. Read more...

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Students make contributions to field of psychology

Nineteen University of Wisconsin-Platteville psychology majors recently presented 10 posters about their research projects at the second annual Pioneer Creative Activities and Research Day on April 25 Read more...

RIP the Angels from Heaven

Krugler’s spy thriller sequel to be released in July

In July 2018, Pegasus Books will publish Dr. David Krugler’s second novel, “Rip the Angels from Heaven,” a spy thriller set in Washington, D.C., and Los Alamos, New Mexico, in 1945. Krugler is a professor of history at the UW-Platteville. Read more...

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