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  • Thank you to everyone that stopped by the University of Wisconsin-Platteville table at the Chicago Bilingual & Diversity Job Fair in Chicago on March 15th! This is our third year at this job fair and it gets better every year. There was great conversation, laughs and connections. Already looking forward to 2020!

  • March is national Women's History Month, so we're honoring several of our first women Pioneers!

    Long before there was a Women in Engineering Program at UW-Platteville, there were two young women who paved the way: Fay Bible and Nancy Morrow. In 1935, they were the first women to attend the Mining School.

    They joined the staff of W.M.S. Geode as student reporters, and wrote several articles and editorials about their experiences being mining coeds and responding to critics. They even spent a year helping build the "M" moving hundreds of tons of limestone. They both graduated in 1938.

  • University of Wisconsin-Platteville student making an impact on...Mars?

    Student designs Mars greenhouse concept for NASA

    PLATTEVILLE, Wis. - University of Wisconsin-Platteville student Eva Birtell's research on agricultural production systems is - literally - out of this world. The junior environmental horticulture and biology major from Sheboygan, Wisconsin, is part of a team of students that placed in the top five in a NASA-sponsored challenge to propose greenhouse concepts for Mars.

  • During a time when many institutions are seeing a decline in enrollment trends, the UW System has a record number of graduates, including students of color! What an amazing time to be a Pioneer!

    UW System sees record number of graduates, including gains for students of color

    The University of Wisconsin System includes 13 four-year and 13 two-year colleges and universities. (Photo: Mark Hoffman / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) MADISON - A record number of students graduated from the University of Wisconsin System in 2017-18, including the highest-ever number of students of color, officials reported Wednesday.

  • Dr. Craig Wilson, Dean of Professional Studies at UW-Platteville, is a veteran himself, and he has an important message to share:

  • UW-Platteville was honored to have Dr. Temple Grandin as our Distinguished Lecturer for 2018. Dr. Grandin gave insight on her life as an individual with autism, who rose above all expectations and is now a Professor at Colorado State University.
    Learn more about her fascinating journey by clicking below!

    Dr. Temple Grandin visits as Distinguished Lecturer

    On Thursday, April 26, Dr. Temple Grandin, renowned autism spokesperson, presented the University of Wisconsin-Platteville's 2018 Distinguished Lecture. Grandin, a professor of animal science at Colorado State University and consultant to the livestock industry on animal behavior, is one of the first individuals on the autism spectrum to publicly share insights from her personal experience of autism.

  • Despite the unusually cold weather, UW-P campus was a busy place last week. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. discussions, a march across campus, a Color Run and more!
    See what other amazing things took place by checking out our photo gallery:

  • After the last few weeks, our students deserve a well rested Spring Break!
    Criminal Justice Career Fair, Girls Who Code, Sportsman Club, Hackathon and more. Check out the photo gallery by clicking below.

  • Ebony weekend start this Friday, February 23rd! See what the Black Student Union has planned!

    UW-Platteville to host annual Ebony Weekend

    PLATTEVILLE, Wis. - The University of Wisconsin-Platteville's Black Student Union will host the 13th annual Ebony Weekend Conference Feb. 23-25, beginning at 4:30 p.m. on Friday and concluding at 1 a.m. on Sunday. Created to celebrate generations in the black community and seek to bridge the gap between them, the conference includes workshops, entertainment, social interaction, inspiring lectures and substantial dialogue.

  • The decline in monarch butterflies is impacting the world around us. Click below to read about Dr. Larson and 13 select students who are working together to increase the monarch butterfly population right here in Platteville!

    Students design maps to help restore monarch habitat

    PLATTEVILLE, Wis. - Over recent decades, Wisconsin's monarch butterfly population has declined dramatically - an issue that a group of University of Wisconsin-Platteville students is hoping to help solve. The decline has been caused by a variety of factors, including loss of habitat and the disappearance of milkweed, the only food source of monarch caterpillars.

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