1. UW-Platteville enhances engineering presence in Fox Valley

    PLATTEVILLE, Wis.­­­ —The University of Wisconsin-Platteville has enhanced its partnership with UW-Fox Valley with the grand opening of a building dedicated to engineering in Menasha, Wis. The two institutions collaborate […]

  2. U.S. Rep. Ron Kind presents National Science Foundation grant

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    PLATTEVILLE, Wis. — Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 31) was decidedly full for United States Representative Ron Kind (D-Wisconsin), but that’s to be expected for the Third Congressional District’s representative. What made […]

  3. Students gain ecology research experience

    PLATTEVILLE, Wis.­­­ — University of Wisconsin-Platteville biology professor Dr. Rebecca Doyle-Morin uses her ecology background to give students real-world research experience. As a freshwater community ecologist, Doyle-Morin is conducting research […]

  4. Pioneer Launch Lab looking for growth in its second semester

    PLATTEVILLE­­­, Wis. — With one semester of experience, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville’s Pioneer Launch Lab is off to a great start in its second semester. The Pioneer Launch Lab is […]

  5. Fond du Lac transplant experiences deep local connections and firmly rooted life

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    Home and community resonate deeply for Ger Xiong. She relishes her roots in Fond du Lac – perhaps because her connections have blossomed so fully after transplantation. You wouldn’t know […]

  6. UW-Baraboo/Sauk County Research Connects Campus and Community

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    At the bottom of a reservoir at an abandoned Army base, local researchers just may have found a fountain of youth. Living in a cement holding pond at Badger Army […]

  7. Marsh lead contamination studies continue with $60,000 EPA grant

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    A $60,000 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant will help UW-La Crosse researchers further investigate high levels of lead in the La Crosse River marsh and partner to educate the community […]

  8. Health and Wellness Online Degree Grows to Meet Demand

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    “The skills I’m learning will give me the ability to help people take the initiative, to get involved with health programs, and gain control of their own well-being. My co-workers helped me get healthy. Now I’m helping them.”

  9. National grant will target classroom research, Lake Menomin

    Two University of Wisconsin-Stout biology instructors plan to examine the value of research in the classroom while, at the same time, study water quality in Lake Menomin. Stephen Nold and […]

  10. Plan could result in substantial savings for Department of Corrections

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    “I’m excited about this. This has great promise.” When Wisconsin State Senator Bob Wirch came to campus Friday, April 27, saving taxpayer money was on his mind. After viewing research […]