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Dance Marathon brings campus together

On Saturday, Saturday, Feb. 17, UW-Platteville will host its Dance Marathon Big Event for the fourth consecutive year. Read more...

STEM students

Collaborative STEM project receives continued funding

In an effort to provide additional STEM opportunities for teachers and, subsequently, their K-12 students, UW-Platteville earned funding for its “Creating Community Collaboration: STEM as a Catalyst” project. Read more...

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Students explore Italian culture in Rome

Five University of Wisconsin-Platteville students enjoyed a taste of Italian culture when they explored Italian archaeology, literature, language, international relations, food and film during a recent two-week study abroad experience in Rome, Italy. Read more...

Island Biogeography

Students design maps to help restore monarch habitat

In order to increase Wisconsin's monarch butterfly population, 13 UW-Platteville students taking an upper level geography seminar on Island Biogeography have designed a series of maps to help guide a monarch restoration project. Read more...

Dr. David Gillota

UW-Platteville and Avalon Cinema to host film festival

UW-Platteville’s College of Liberal Arts and Education and the Department of Human Resources are collaborating with Avalon Cinema in Platteville to host UW-Platteville’s annual International Film Festival. Read more...

Al Woolford

Pioneer Spotlight: Al Woolford

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Al Woolford, master plumber at UW-Platteville. Read more...

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UW-Platteville contributes to major NASA work

With the help of Dr. Kyle Metzloff and Lab Coordinator Henry Frear, both from UW-Platteville’s industrial studies department, 10 students from UW-Platteville’s American Foundry Society Club have contributed to CAESAR, one of NASA’s final two multi-million dollar projects. Read more...

Dr. Chris Schulenburg

Forum to study feminist themes in Latin American novel

Dr. Chris Schulenburg, associate professor of Spanish at UW-Platteville, will present a faculty forum, “Capital Mothers: Environmental Politics in Gioconda Belli’s ‘El país de las mujeres,’” on Thursday, Feb. 15. Read more...

Temple Grandin

Grandin selected as distinguished lecturer

Renowned autism spokesperson Dr. Temple Grandin, featured in a 2010 HBO movie, was recently selected as UW-Platteville’s 2018 distinguished lecturer. Read more...

Andres Young

Pioneer Spotlight: Andres Young

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Andres Young, assistant coach for the Pioneers' track and field and cross country teams. Read more...

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