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Julie Hill

Four faculty chosen for Faculty College program

Four faculty members recently were chosen to participate in the UW System 2017 Faculty College, to be held at UW-Richland in Richland Center, Wisconsin, May 30-June 2. Read more...

Research in the Rotunda

Belling to present research in Madison

Samuel Belling, an engineering physics and math major, is conducting research on quantum dots made of semiconductor material that can be used in various novel applications such as lasers, LED light sources and solar cells. Read more...

Thomas Zolper

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Thomas Zolper

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Thomas Zolper, assistant professor of mechanical engineering. Read more...

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7 to present at Summit on Women, Gender and Well-Being

Seven faculty and academic staff members and two students will conduct panel or poster presentations at the Second Annual 4W Summit on Women, Gender and Well-Being and 40th Wisconsin Women and Gender Studies Conference to be held April 27-29 at the Pyle Center at UW-Madison. Read more...

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Scholarship program offered to study in China

The UW-Platteville Confucius Institute and its Chinese partner, South-Central University for Nationalities in Wuhan, China, are co-sponsoring an educational scholarship program that will enable students and teachers to study at South-Central University for Nationalities for one academic year. Read more...

Art Building

Performing and Visual Arts sets 2 new degrees

To help fill the growing demand for graduates who can think creatively and become innovative problem solvers in the 21st century, the Department of Performing and Visual Arts will offer two additional degrees in fall 2017: Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts in art education. Read more...

Research in the Rotunda

Student to share agriculture research at Capitol

Stephanie Van Asten, a junior from Kaukauna, Wisconsin, had a recent opportunity to apply her education as an animal science major directly to a project that studied nutrition in heifers. Read more...

Research in the Rotunda

Students research controlled drug release applications

Two chemistry students collaborated on a project, “Polyelectrolyte Nanofilms for Controlled Release Drug Delivery Applications,” which will be presented at Research in the Rotunda in Madison, Wisconsin on April 12. Read more...

James Stephenson

Rountree Ensemble to perform spring concert April 12

The Rountree Ensemble will perform its spring concert, “The Devil’s Tale,” on Wednesday, April 12 in the Richard and Helen Brodbeck Concert Hall, Center for the Arts, UW-Platteville, at 7:30 p.m. Read more...

Nancy Gartner

Gartner explores gang member incarceration

Dr. Nancy Gartner, assistant professor of criminal justice at UW-Platteville, and two co-authors recently explored the consequences of incarceration for gang members in a peer-review article recently published in Criminology, the top journal in the criminal justice field. Read more...


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