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Dr. Michael Dalecki

Faculty forum to highlight complexities of gun control issue

On April 5, UW-Platteville’s College of Liberal Arts and Education will present “Cognitive Dissonance and Gun Control. Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Gun,” a faculty forum that will examine the complexities of issues related to gun control, especially as they relate to how people parse the problem and the issue. Read more...

Hydroponic Lettuce Harvest

Student-run business to deliver fresh produce

With the help of a recently installed hydroponic system in Pioneer Greenhouse, a new student-run business – Pioneer Produce – will deliver locally-sourced, fresh, chemical-free produce directly to customers. Read more...

Counseling services staff

University Counseling Services expands with new initiatives, partnerships

In response to student-identified needs, University Counseling Services has been expanding services and forming new partnerships in order to best serve UW-Platteville students. This includes strengthening existing processes to provide an expansion of group counseling services and increased availability for crisis response. Read more...

Dr. Daniel Wackwitz

Pioneer Spotlight: Dr. Daniel Wackwitz

This week's Pioneer Spotlight is Dr. Daniel Wackwitz, assistant professor of mathematics at UW-Platteville. Read more...

Pouring of the frying pans

UW-Platteville American Foundry Society wins regional

After more than 2,000 hours of work, 100 hours of machining, and 500 hours of design and simulation, the American Foundry Society student chapter at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville recently won first place at the AFS Wisconsin Regional Casting Competition. Read more...

Students to showcase research on race and well-being

Four UW-Platteville students will showcase their research on black women’s experiences in the United States at the annual 4W Summit on Women, Gender, and Well-Being and the 41st annual Wisconsin Women’s and Gender Studies Conference at UW-Madison Read more...

BILSA faculty tour UW-Richland farm

UW-Platteville, UW-Richland explore ag possibilities

Representatives from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and University of Wisconsin-Richland met on March 2 to explore new possibilities in agricultural education once the collaborative integration between the two campuses begins. Read more...

Officer with narcotics dog

Criminal Justice Career Day set for March 13

Between 700-800 criminal justice and forensic investigation students at UW-Platteville will have the opportunity to network with representatives from up to 95 tri-state agencies at the university’s 45th annual Criminal Justice Career Day on Tuesday, March 13. Read more...

Heritage Hall "M"

Strategies implemented to increase student retention

Last year, $500,000 was invested in student success at UW-Platteville, with part of the money being used to hire a team of retention specialists. Within its first semester, the team reached out to more than 1,300 students with seven proactive outreach campaigns. Read more...

Kathy Bresnahan and Helen Hunt

Bresnahan book brought to the big screen

After many years in the making, Kathy Bresnahan, a 1980 UW-Platteville alumna and 1999 Athletic Hall of Fame inductee, has released her book “The Miracle Season.” She will be on hand to sign copies of “The Miracle Season” at the UW-Platteville Bookstore on Saturday, March 10 from 11 a.m. until 12 p.m. Read more...


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