Humanities

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Symposium to address pandemic impacts on women in Wisconsin

Authored on: Mar 03, 2022, Written by: Alison Parkins
UW-Platteville will host a symposium, “Caregiving, Race, and Gender: COVID-19 Impacts on Women in Wisconsin,” on Tuesday, March 22 and Wednesday, March 23. The symposium, open to the public, is funded in part by a grant from Wisconsin Humanities, with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.

Pictured from left to right are Dr. Amanda Tucker and Dr. Katie Kalish

UW-Platteville awarded Cornerstone: Learning for Living planning grant, developing integrated liberal arts certificate

Authored on: Oct 10, 2021, Written by: Ruth Wendlandt
Dr. Amanda Tucker and Dr. Katie Kalish were awarded a planning grant from the Teagle Foundation and National Endowment for the Humanities to develop an integrated liberal arts certificate.

Dr. Tyler Ostegaard

Ostergaard selected as Wisconsin Teaching Fellow

Authored on: Jul 07, 2021, Written by: Ruth Wendlandt
Assistant Professor of art Dr. Tyler Ostergaard is grateful for the opportunity to participate in the 2021-22 Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars Program which supports outstanding educators from across the UW System in pursuing teaching and learning questions emerging from the classroom.

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UW-Platteville TESOL student develops ESL course for area business

Authored on: Jun 06, 2021, Written by: Ruth Wendlandt
One local company is partnering with UW-Platteville to help bridge the communication gap between their English and non-English speaking employees. Allisa Cardella is the training and development generalist at Lactalis American Group, Inc. and completed her Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) certificate in May from UW-Platteville.