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Students present at Research in the Rotunda

As part of the annual Research in the Rotunda event, more than 130 students from the UW System had the opportunity to present their research at the Capitol in Madison, Wisconsin. UW-Platteville was represented by 13 students, covering six projects. Read more...

Brumm qualifies for international soils competition

The Collegiate Soils Team at UW-Platteville recently placed among the top teams in the National Collegiate Soils Contest, hosted by the University of Tennessee-Martin. UW-Platteville's Daniel Brumm qualified for the third International Soil Judging Contest, to be held this August near Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Read more...

Senior Art Show opens at UW-Platteville

Three senior art students at UW-Platteville are the featured artists in the annual Senior Show, a gallery exhibition of the finest works they created throughout their formative years in the university’s art program. Read more...

Symphony Band and Platteville Chorale perform May 2

UW-Platteville's Symphony Band and Platteville Chorale will perform a joint concert on Wednesday, May 2, in the Center for the Arts at 7:30 p.m. The theme of the concert, titled “Unbridled Optimism,” is joy through music. Read more...

Art students to display best works in senior art exhibitions

The individual, weeklong exhibitions will be held Thursday, April 19-Friday, May 11 at various locations across campus, including the university’s Art Building, Markee Pioneer Student Center and Ottensman Hall. Each student’s exhibition will be kicked off with an opening reception at the exhibition’s location. The exhibitions and receptions are free, and all are welcome to attend. Read more...

Ivanov wins UW System Fellowship

Dr. Andrey Ivanov, assistant professor of history at UW-Platteville, recently won a UW System Fellowship at the Institute for Research in the Humanities at UW-Madison. The 2017-18 fellowship, the full-time portion of which began in January, will extend through May 2018. Read more...

Pluemer to showcase grazing research at the Capitol

Brett Pluemer, a junior soil and crop science major at UW-Platteville, is part of a multi-year research project at UW-Platteville’s Pioneer Farm that could have a large impact on agriculture in Southwest Wisconsin. He will present his research at the annual Research in the Rotunda event on April 11. Read more...

Dr. Hal Evensen

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Hal Evensen

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Hal Evensen, professor of engineering physics at UW-Platteville. Read more...

Daniel Lowe

Students to showcase plant mitochondrial research

UW-Platteville students Daniel Lowe and Benjamin Muhlstein are collaborating with Dr. Raymond Pugh, assistant professor of chemistry, to study the effects of abiotic stress-induced reactive oxidative species generation on plant mitochondria. Read more...

Kluck in class

Kluck combines industrial engineering major with art

At UW-Platteville, many engineering students branch into the Arts, discovering connections in their coursework and finding new opportunities to express their creative outlets. One of our own industrial engineering majors, Neal Kluck, shares insight on how an open mind helped enhance her education through involvement in both programs. Read more...

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