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Thompson Square

Thompson Square to perform at UW-Platteville

On Friday, Nov. 17, American country music duo, Thompson Square, will present an acoustic performance at the Center for the Arts as part of its “This Is Us” tour. Read more...

Center for the Arts

Pioneer Players 2017-18: From existential to farcical

The Theatre Program announces the 2017-18 Pioneer Players production season, which promises to provide audience members with a theatre experience that is engaging, entertaining, meaningful and thought provoking. Read more...

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Students learn about Native American culture, Act 31

Six students recently had an opportunity to gain a more in-depth understanding of Native American culture and Act 31, including its impact on education, at the 21st American Indian Summer Institute in Crandon, Wisconsin. Read more...

Julie Loeffelholz

Pioneer Spotlight: Julie Loeffelholz

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Julie Loeffelholz, associate lecturer in the Department of Industrial Studies. Read more...

Philip Parker

Friday Features - Sept. 8, 2017

Weekly news briefs from Sept. 8, 2017.

Stylus Cover

New Stylus helps students inside and outside the classroom

This fall, the UW-Platteville English Program will release the 2017-2018 edition of “Stylus: An Anthology of College Writing,” a collection of exemplary freshman writing. Read more...

Kameko Halfmann

Halfmann receives award to support digital media project

Dr. Kameko Halfmann, assistant professor of psychology, recently received the 2017 Instructional Resource Award from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology, a division of the American Psychological Association that promotes excellence in the teaching and learning of psychology. Read more...

Stained glass

Students explore five centuries of history in Europe

Twenty-three students explored more than 500 years of history during two sessions of a short-term education experience in Europe this summer entitled, “The History of Science and Technology in Europe.” Read more...

Gov. Scott Walker

Gov. Walker pledges support to university expansion

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker pledged his support to the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s Sesquicentennial Hall – the proposed $55 million engineering building – and the $23 million Boebel Hall renovation project. Read more...

Shannon James Ealy

Pioneer Spotlight: Shannon James Ealy

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Shannon James Ealy, UW-Platteville Athletic Director. Read more...


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