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Mechanical engineering students take high-powered rocket to exciting heights
— The fall semester is coming to a close for millions of college students across the nation, many of which have been tasked with completing months-long projects that are, well, agonizingly bland. That wasn’t the case for eight mechanical engineering students at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville who for their semester-long senior project built a high-powered rocket. See article.

World Freerunning Parkour Federation sanctions first ever USAP college parkour competion at University of Wisconsin-Platteville Blackbird, PR News
—The WFPF is proud to announce the first ever USAP National Collegiate Parkour Competition which will be held at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville on Saturday and Sunday, September 12th and 13th, 2015, in cooperation with local Parkour Team Avialae. See article.

Housing units now available at UW-Platteville's Cooper Center Wisconsin Ag Connection
—Junior and senior students at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville who are pursuing degrees in agriculture now have a new housing option. See article.

UW-Platteville celebrates hosts 'Celebrate Agriculture' football game — Wisconsin Ag Connection
—The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Pioneer Athletic Department and School of Agriculture are pleased to announce a new partnership with Badgerland Financial to host a 'Celebrate Agriculture' football game this weekend. See article.

UW-Platteville Ag students present internships — Wisconsin Ag Connection
—Nearly 140 students participated in the second annual School of Agriculture Internship Night last week, hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Platteville School of Agriculture. See article.

Wisconsin Ag Teachers honored at national conference — Wisconsin Ag Connection
—Six agriculture teachers from Wisconsin have been honored during the National Association of Agricultural Educators convention in New Orleans. See article.

Changing lives for women farmers in Congo from halfway around the world —
—Annie Kinwa-Muzinga left her home country decades ago, but she’s more connected to the land than ever. See article.

UW-Platteville students take part in Ag study trip in U.K.
—A group of 21 students and two professors from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville have recently returned from a study abroad excursion to the United Kingdom, where they learned about foreign agriculture. See article.

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