Who is the CDT Athlete of the Week for May 10-15?State College’s Lizzie Paterno battles for the ball during a high school lacrosse game where State College High School faced Red Land High School on, April, 29, 2021 in State College, Pa. Noah Riffe [email protected]
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Here are this week’s nominees for the Centre Daily Times high school athlete of the week presented in alphabetical order. They were selected by the Centre Daily Times sports staff via stats compiled by the CDT or sent to [email protected]
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Wyatt McClain, Bald Eagle Area
McClain had a dominant pitching performance against Huntingdon on Thursday, allowing just two hits, two walks, striking out two and allowing no runs in an 11-1 victory.
Lexi Rogers, Bellefonte
Rogers’ Bellefonte squad started their week with a 9-2 victory over Philipsburg-Osceola on Tuesday. The James Madison-bound pitcher tossed seven innings of two-run softball, allowing three hits, three walks and striking out 11 batters. She went 1-for-1 with three walks and an RBI triple.
Then, Rogers pitched in Wednesday’s matchup against Central Mountain where she went seven innings, allowing five hits, no runs, while walking three batters and striking out 10. She went 2-for-4 from the plate with four runs batted in and a home run in the 6-0 victory.
She closed her week with a 5-0 Senior Day victory against Tyrone. Rogers allowed three hits, walked one batter while striking out 10 and gave up no runs in seven innings of work. She also had a 2-for-2 day from the plate with an RBI and a double.
Anna Stitzer, Penns Valley
Stitzer had a part in winning four event gold medals and helping Penns Valley girls’ track and field to the team title with 125 points at the Mountain League Championships in Clearfield on Tuesday. Stitzer placed first in the 1,600-meter run in 5:24.34 and in the 800-meter run in 2:30.59. She was also a part of the first-place-winning 4×400 and 4×800-meter relay teams, along with Abby Stitzer, Leah Beben, Anna Korman, Kelsey Hull and Alexis Durn.
Avery Dinges, Penns Valley
Dinges began a five-game hitting streak in Monday’s loss against Claysburg-Kimmel. In five games from May 10-May 14, she’s gone 8-for-19 from the plate with a . 421 batting average, eight runs batted in and eight runs scored. The Rams are now 11-7 on the season.
Lizzie Paterno, State College
Paterno had three goals and one assist in a 6-3 victory over Palmyra on Monday. She added one goal and three assists in State College’s 9-8 loss to Hershey in the Mid Penn Lacrosse Championship on Friday.
Eniayo Ogunranti, State College
Ogunranti won three different events at the Mid Penn Track and Field Championships in Chambersburg on Saturday, helping his team to the overall title. The Little Lions scored 123 points. Shippensburg was a distant second with 76.5. Ogunranti won gold in the 100-meter dash with a time of 11 seconds, the 200-meter dash in 21.96 and the 4×100-meter relay with teammates Ryan Lindenberg, Nolan Markowski and Carson Franks in 42.62.
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Caldwell And Aronow Honored By USILA
Story LinksLOUISVILLE, Ky. – Western Connecticut State University senior
This past season, Caldwell led the Little East Conference runners-up with 33 goals, 21 assists and 54 points. During the season, he set a new school record for career goals scored and ended his career with 186 goals. He also holds the program record for points scored in a career (277), points per game (4.40), goals per game (2.95), shot attempts (586), and shots on goal (343) while in a WestConn uniform.
Aronow, who’s freshman season was cut short due to the COVID pandemic, finished second on the team with 30 total points after scoring 16 goals and assisting on 14 others. Earlier this month, Aronow was named Little East Conference Rookie of the Year. He and Caldwell were also honored on the LEC All-Conference First Team.
2021 USILA DIVISION III ALL-AMERICAN TEAM
Attack Mac Bredahl Tufts University
Attack Cross Ferrara Salisbury University
Attack Ryan Gebhardt Stevens Institute of Technology
Attack Luke Keating Franklin & Marshall College
Midfield Ryan Barnable Rochester Institute of Technology
Midfield Jarrett Bromwell Salisbury University
Midfield Ty Kostack Cabrini University
Midfield Dylan Wolf York College of Pennsylvania
Defense Tommy DeLuca Cabrini University
Defense Tyler Gallagher University of Lynchburg
Defense Ryan Kennedy York College of Pennsylvania
Defense Kevin Murphy Salisbury University
Goalie Walker Hare Rochester Institute of Technology
LSM Tyler Nation York College of Pennsylvania
SSDM Shawn Coulter Stevens Institute of Technology
Faceoff Joe Post St. John Fisher College
Attack Ian Evans St. John Fisher College
Attack Matt LoParo Cabrini University
Attack Brendan O’Sullivan York College of Pennsylvania
Attack Jacob Tatum Stevenson University
Midfield Camden Kelleher Tufts University
Midfield Jack Mulvihill St. John Fisher College
Midfield AJ Rigsby Franklin & Marshall College
Midfield Ryan Rosenblum Rochester Institute of Technology
Midfield Matt Treiber Tufts University
Defense Andrew Horn Gettysburg College
Defense Finn McTernan Tufts University
Defense Patrick Shoemay Rochester Institute of Technology
Goalie Jack Michael York College of Pennsylvania
LSM Quinn Helmig Union College
SSDM Bobby Cressman Cabrini University
Attack Quinn Commandant Rochester Institute of Technology
Attack Kevin Crowley Catholic University
Attack Zach Danneman Southern Virginia University
Attack Nicholas Miller St. John Fisher College
Midfield Ryan Coleman Stevenson University
Midfield Josh Huiatt SUNY Potsdam
Midfield Jake Klein Cabrini University
Defense Daniel Crotty Stevens Institute of Technology
Defense Jacob Magaw Stevenson University
Defense Alex Maruna Rochester Institute of Technology
Defense Ryan Puglisi Union College
Goalie Marc Poust Stevenson University
LSM Roger Panara St. John Fisher College
SSDM Sean Penney Wesleyan University
Faceoff Grant Evans Grove City College
Attack Bryce Adam Tufts University
Attack Gavin Admirand University of Massachusetts Boston
Attack Hakan Atillasoy Ursinus College
Attack Mike Bannon Western New England University
Attack Conor Bartlett Clarkson University
Attack Skyler Blake John Carroll University
Attack Eric Caldwell Western Connecticut State University
Attack Jace Conley Albion College
Attack Kevin Cook SUNY Geneseo
Attack Anders Erickson Colorado College
Attack Jake Erickson Ithaca College
Attack Tim Fallo SUNY Geneseo
Attack Luke Fisher Denison University
Attack Nick Gamba Western New England University
Attack Ethan Grossman Muhlenberg College
Attack Terrence Haggerty Farmingdale State College
Attack Will Harnick York College of Pennsylvania
Attack Connor Heisman Widener University
Attack Jack Hennessey St. Lawrence University
Attack Caleb Holdridge United States Coast Guard Academy
Attack Eric Husselbaugh Bridgewater College (VA)
Attack Will Iorio United States Coast Guard Academy
Attack Jeremy Jacob Nazareth College
Attack Ronan Jacoby Wesleyan University
Attack Kyle Lewis University of Lynchburg
Attack Cory Lund Williams College
Attack Mark Mahoney St. Lawrence University
Attack Keaton McCann Union College
Attack Jared Medwar Hampden-Sydney College
Attack Josh Melton Salisbury University
Attack Brady Moore Kean University
Attack Griffin Moroney Salisbury University
Attack Jared Nelson Pfeiffer University
Attack Joe Nutting Keene State College
Attack Jack Radzville Hope College
Attack Dylan Rice Christopher Newport University
Attack Trammel Robinson University of Lynchburg
Attack Ricky Smith Illinois Wesleyan University
Attack Larson Sundown Rochester Institute of Technology
Attack Jack Sutherland Endicott College
Attack Luc Swedlund Stockton University
Attack Joey Tiernan Stockton University
Attack Max Waldbaum Tufts University
Attack Dante Yacavone SUNY Cortland
Midfield Brady Altobello Christopher Newport University
Midfield Marley Angus Rochester Institute of Technology
Midfield Trey Aronow Western Connecticut State University
Midfield Camden Bowdy Denison University
Midfield Michael Burns Stevens Institute of Technology
Midfield Matt Chase Wesleyan University
Midfield Sam DesMarais Endicott College
Midfield Sean Duffy Hampden-Sydney College
Midfield Eric Ellis Stockton University
Midfield Shayne Gallagher Wesleyan University
Midfield George Gilbert Roanoke College
Midfield Brett Gladstone Grove City College
Midfield Kyle Howard Gettysburg College
Midfield Peter Koch St. Lawrence University
Midfield Cam Leydig Stevenson University
Midfield Conor McGeeney Ohio Wesleyan University
Midfield Kieran McGovern Union College
Midfield Zak Middel-Jones SUNY Cortland
Midfield Peter Navarro Roger Williams University
Midfield Tucker O’Donnell St. John Fisher College
Midfield Eric Ranck York College of Pennsylvania
Midfield Brett Rogers University of Lynchburg
Midfield Jonathan Roth Nazareth College
Midfield Noah Rust Western New England University
Midfield Garrett Samuelson Tufts University
Midfield Jack Shannon Centre College
Midfield Jared Strauss Williams College
Midfield Ty Veres Southern Virginia University
Midfield Rob Wagner Misericordia University
Defense Cody Adams Grove City College
Defense Jack Albright University of Lynchburg
Defense Joseph Cawley Stevens Institute of Technology
Defense Sam Cragin Williams College
Defense Nick Daly Wesleyan University
Defense Erich Della-Volpe Franklin & Marshall College
Defense Jack Donohue Tufts University
Defense Kevin Faustich Western New England University
Defense Andrew Fithian Endicott College
Defense Ethan Greene York College of Pennsylvania
Defense Trenton Herubin North Central College
Defense Tynan Hillery Catholic University
Defense Harris Hubbard Washington and Lee University
Defense Billy Hutchison Colorado College
Defense Demetri Lowry Ithaca College
Defense Vince Maria DeSales University
Defense Matthew Martino Mount Saint Mary College
Defense Shane Molloy Keene State College
Defense Nick Morgan Hampden-Sydney College
Defense Dom Natale SUNY Cortland
Defense Matt Palmieri Kean University
Defense Joe Poremba Carthage College
Defense Miles Rathell Ohio Wesleyan University
Defense Connor Roberts Springfield College
Defense Kyle Rochester St. John Fisher College
Defense Joseph Scarfi St. Lawrence University
Defense Joey Tatar Albion College
Defense Canevin Wallace Hampden-Sydney College
Defense Jack Walton Tufts University
Defense Max Wayne Christopher Newport University
Defense Shane Weber Alfred University
Defense Mitch Weiss Western New England University
Goalie Zach Brasser Ohio Wesleyan University
Goalie Andrew Brust St. Joseph’s College (Long Island)
Goalie Darin Eakins St. John Fisher College
Goalie Marc Esposito SUNY Cortland
Goalie Austin Fournier Endicott College
Goalie Thomas Francy Kean University
Goalie Harry Gahagan Williams College
Goalie Tom Mahoney Elizabethtown College
Goalie Wills McCutcheon Centre College
Goalie David Metzger Kenyon College
Goalie Patrick Moore University of Lynchburg
Goalie Eric Mueller Franklin & Marshall College
Goalie Mark Pav SUNY Geneseo
Goalie Max Scheidl Hamilton College
Goalie Jack Taylor Washington and Lee University
Goalie Joe Theuer Tufts University
LSM Johnny Antaya Babson College
LSM Matthew Brennan Stevens Institute of Technology
LSM Tyler Bushnell SUNY Geneseo
LSM Chris Darminio University of Lynchburg
LSM Christopher Durning Eastern University
LSM Taggart Eymer Tufts University
LSM Phoenix Hines Christopher Newport University
LSM Taylor Jensen Rochester Institute of Technology
LSM Clayton Karam John Carroll University
SSDM Matt Boccardo Tufts University
SSDM Noah Bruno York College of Pennsylvania
SSDM Matt Donnelly Dickinson College
SSDM Pent Eistrat Rochester Institute of Technology
SSDM Owen Gonzalez Nazareth College
SSDM Bradley Greik Salisbury University
SSDM Matt Jeffries St. John Fisher College
SSDM Clayton Jones University of Lynchburg
SSDM Dan Robinson St. Lawrence University
Faceoff Toby Almeida Connecticut College
Faceoff Max Bousky Illinois Wesleyan University
Faceoff Garrette Briggs Alfred University
Faceoff Jake Brummett Hampden-Sydney College
Faceoff Connor Hillemeir Roger Williams University
Faceoff Jake Huey Cabrini University
Faceoff Nick Montemorano Rochester Institute of Technology
Faceoff Bobby Philbin Clark University
Faceoff Collin Purdy The University of Scranton
Faceoff Quintin Ricci University of Lynchburg
Faceoff Alex Urich Gettysburg College
Faceoff Brian Williams SUNY Cortland
(Lt Col. JI Turnbull Outstanding Attackman of the Year) – Cross Ferrara – Salisbury
(Iroquois National Outstanding Player of the Year) – Cross Ferrara – Salisbury
(William C. Stiles Memorial Outstanding Defenseman) – Tommy Deluca – Cabrini & Ryan Kennedy – York College of PA
(Fran McCall Outstanding Midfielder) – Jarrett Bromwell – Salisbury
(Ensign C. Markland Kelly Jr. Outstanding Goalie Award) – Walker Hare – RIT
(Long Pole Midfielder of the Year) – Tyler Nation – York College of PA
(Short Stick Defensive Midfielder of the Year) – Shawn Coulter – Stevens Institute of Technology
(Face-Off Player of the Year) – Brett Malamphy – Salisbury
Pennsylvania College of Technology
Williamsport State College, PA
Pennsylvania College of Technology ( Penn College ) is a public college in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. It is affiliated with but autonomous from Pennsylvania State University. As an applied college of technology, the school offers certificate, associate, undergraduate and masters degree programs in over 100 fields.64% of college students are male and 86% work full time.
Pennsylvania College of Technology is divided into three schools; School of Business, Arts and Sciences, School of Engineering Technology, and School of Nursing and Health Sciences.
College athletic teams play under the school moniker Penn College Wildcats. Penn College brings together 15 varsity sports teams that compete in the National Student Sports Association (NCAA) Division III at the Northeastern Athletic Conference (NEAC).
The school began in 1914 as a center for adult education and training at Williamsport High School. In 1941, it became the Williamsport Institute of Technology. During World War II, the school operated 24 hours a day, providing training in military production to help meet the needs of the defense industry. In addition, both during the war and after it, the institute trained and retrained disabled veterans. In 1965, the Williamsport Community College (WACC) was founded to replace the former technical institute.He continued to provide technical training to northern Pennsylvania residents. In 1989, the college became an affiliate of the Pennsylvania State University Special Mission and changed its name to Pennsylvania College of Technology.
Penn College offers over 100 undergraduate, associate and graduate majors in specialties from manufacturing, design, transportation and construction to hospitality, healthcare, business and natural resources.In addition, the College offers a Master of Science in Physician Assistant Education and is launching a Master of Nursing program in Fall 2021. The College is a recognized leader in vocational training through its Human Development Department, jointly managing a federal budget of US $ 8 million. Grant program to create industry strategies for apprenticeship in advanced manufacturing areas and service over 3,200 apprentices in the process.The college is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
- School of Business, Arts and Sciences
- School of Engineering Technology
- School of Nursing and Health Sciences
In Fall 2019, Penn College released ethnicity data for 5382 students, of whom 88. 2% identified as white, 3.7% Hispanic / Latino, 3.3% Black or African American, 1.2% Asian, 0.2% American Indian or Alaska Native, 0.1% Hawaiian Native.or other Pacific Islander and 3.3% ethnicity unknown / multiple. 64% of students are men, 34.4% of students are from 18 to 19 years old, 29.2% are from 20 to 21 years old and 36.4% are over 21 years old. Slightly less than 90% of students are originally from Pennsylvania or reside in Pennsylvania. 27% of students live on campus, while the remaining 73% commute to work or live off campus. 6.7% or about 800 students are veterans, active services or reserves.
Penn College has received high marks from leading academic organizations, journals and surveys.In 2019, US News & World Report ranked Penn College as the 12th Best Regional Colleges in the Northeast Region, the 3rd Most Innovative School, and the 6th Best Veteran Colleges.
In addition to the main campus in Williamsport, Penn College operates four additional campuses located around the West Branch Susquehanna River and the northern tier of Pennsylvania.
- Kathryn Wentzel Lumley Aviation Center, located approximately 7 miles east at Williamsport Regional Airport in Montorsville, opened in 1993 and provides several certified FAA and vehicle repair and maintenance programs.
- The Hermann T. Schnebeli Geosciences Center, located 10 miles south in Allenwood, offers programs such as landscape / horticulture, diesel and heavy equipment technology, heavy equipment handling, power generation, and forestry.
- The Center for Advanced Automotive Technology is located approximately three miles west of Penn College’s main campus. Students on this campus explore topics such as alternative engine cars and motorsport.
- Penn College Wellsboro is located in the North Central Pennsylvania headquarters of the Wellsboro School District. It serves the communities of the Northern Tier (Pennsylvania) by offering business and industrial training programs and non-credit personal and professional development.
Le Jeune Chef Restaurant
In addition to other dining facilities on campus, Penn College has a casual gourmet restaurant called Le Jeune Chef. The restaurant serves as a learning center for students of the School of Business, Arts and Sciences during opening hours.
Clubs and student organizations
More than 60 student organizations are recognized at Penn College, many of which are student chapters of professional societies. The Student Government Association acts as the democratic voice of students on campus. The Wildcat Event Council offers a variety of activities for the college.
Penn College currently recognizes three fraternities: Sigma Pi, Omega Delta Sigma, and Phi Mu Delta, and one sorority: Theta Phi Alpha.
Penn College teams take part as a member of the National Collegiate Sports Association’s Division III. The Wildcats have been members of the North East Athletic Conference (NEAC) since the 2013–14 academic season. They are also members of the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA), Pennsylvania State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC), United States Collegiate Archery (USCA), National Collegiate Wrestling Association (NCWA) and Mid Atlantic Men’s Volleyball Conference (MACVC). ). Men’s sports include archery, baseball, basketball, cross-country running, golf, lacrosse, football, tennis and wrestling. Women’s sports include archery, basketball, cross-country running, football, softball, tennis and volleyball. The college also sponsors club sports including bowling, dancing, martial arts, men’s volleyball and powerlifting.
Significant sporting achievements
- Baseball: 2015 NEAC Champions. The program included 10 conference championships and nine American championships.
- Golf: Sixth in the NEAC Championship and 10th in the 2015 USCAA National Tournament. Two golfers have won All-NEAC awards.
- Five consecutive PSUAC Chancellor’s Cups (2009–2013). 90,025 130 US-wide elections.
- 23 PSUAC championships since 2005.
- Archery: Finished 3rd overall (2015 US Student Outdoor Championships) with first three Individuals. 76 Americans took part in the program.
Penn College consists of three dormitories, each of which consists of several buildings:
- Rose Street Commons
- Apartment with campus view
- Pennsylvania College Village
Student SafetyPennsylvania College of Technology. Police cars.
Pennsylvania College Police was formed in the summer of 1994 prior to the 1994/95 school year.The Police Department carries out security duties as well as investigative actions for crimes committed on campus. With thousands of students, staff and college visitors on a given school day on campus, they have 15 full-time employees, 4 property security officers, and 8 security guards. They operate the Ford Fleet Police Interceptor Utilitys, Ford Police Interceptor Sedans and the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptors.
The Pennsylvania College Police Department responds annually to more than 5,000 help desk calls, mostly related to underage drinking on campus, theft of property, possession of drugs and weapons.They are also an important player in mutual aid, often supporting the Williamsport Police Force and South Williamsport Police Force.
Notable alumni and faculty
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University of Wisconsin – Platteville – Russian
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The University of Wisconsin-Platteville (UW-Platteville) is a public university in Platteville, Wisconsin. As part of the University of Wisconsin system, it offers undergraduate and graduate programs. The university has three colleges serving over 8,000 students on campus, and an additional 3,000 students through its five distance learning programs.
The university grew after the merger in 1959 of two schools – Wisconsin State College, Platteville and Wisconsin Institute of Technology.
WSC-Platteville was founded in 1866 as Platteville Normal School, the first teacher training school in Wisconsin. It was renamed Platteville State Teachers’ Training College in 1926 and Wisconsin State College in Platteville in 1951. The Wisconsin Institute of Technology, founded in 1907 as the Wisconsin School of Mines, was founded to train technicians for numerous mining operations in the Platteville area.It developed into the first three-year program for mining engineers in the United States. In 1939, it changed its name to Wisconsin Institute of Technology. The unified school was named Wisconsin State College and Institute of Technology. In 1966, along with other colleges in Wisconsin, it was granted university status as the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. It got its current name after the University of Wisconsin system merged with the University of Wisconsin in 1971.
Beginning in the late 1960s, the University of Wisconsin-Platteville expanded its academic program and created new colleges, the largest being the Business College. The Mining College was transformed into a College of Engineering, covering mining, electrical, mechanical, and ultimately electronic engineering. In the late 1980s, the mining engineering degree was discontinued due to falling student numbers. By then, he was overshadowed by other engineering degrees.
From 1984 to 2000, the NFL Chicago Bears held a pre-season training camp at UW-Platteville. They were considered members of the Cheese League, which in 1999 included the Green Bay Packers, the New Orleans Saints and the Kansas City Chiefs, with each team practicing at a different university in Wisconsin. Street Smith’s Sports Business Journal In 2001, the Illinois General Assembly asked the Bears to move to the Illinois training facility to raise funds for the reconstruction of Soldier Field.Before leaving, the Bears donated $ 250,000 to UW-Platteville to build a new computer lab called the Bears Den.
In the 1980s, UW-Platteville attempted to bring businesses to the Platteville area to take advantage of university resources. Rockwell Automation started this trend in the 1980s when it hired two engineering professors at UW-Platteville to found an engineering company. Rockwell provided funding and signed major contracts with them.The result was Insight Industries, which later became AVISTA Inc. (now a division of Esterline, Inc.).
On June 16, 2014, an EF2 tornado hit the UW-Platteville campus, causing $ 18.6 million in damage. WMTV, June 2, 2015 UW-Platteville.
Agriculture and Handicraft Building / Plattville Public Normal School, now known as Ulrich Hall, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
In 2018, the University of Wisconsin system was restructured as part of a collaborative integration project that links University of Wisconsin colleges to universities.The University of Wisconsin-Richland and the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo / Sauk County were annexed to Platteville as subsidiaries and renamed University of Wisconsin-Platteville-Richland and University of Wisconsin-Platteville-Baraboo / Sauk County, respectively.
The UW-Platteville campus has no city streets that cross the campus. During the 1960s, all city streets and parking lots on campus were replaced by wide sidewalks and manicured lawns.
UW – Platteville has 13 residence halls.Southwest Hall opened in the fall of 2006. To accommodate the rapidly growing student population, Rountree Commons opened in August 2012 and Bridgeway Commons opened in August 2013. New Dormitory Construction Begins (internal email) 24 July 2012
Renovated and enlarged between 2006 and 2008, Ullswick Hall houses administrative offices, educational facilities, a visitor center and other support units. It also has banquet and catering facilities, including the Robert I.Velzi and Nohr Art Gallery.
In 2002, a new student union, the Pioneer Student Center, was opened in the center of the campus. The new location makes the student union the heart of the campus. The union also serves as a technology and activity hub with a large computer lab (Bear’s Lair), a center of engagement and activities on campus. The union has three of eight dining complexes: Pioneer Crossing, Pioneer Haus, and Pioneer Perk.Another place to eat on the Bridgeway Commons campus, located in the Residence Hall section of the campus. In 2011, the student center building was named Markee Pioneer Student Center in honor of former Chancellor David Markey and his wife Lou Ann.
The University is part of the University of Wisconsin system and has an administrative staff headed by the Chancellor. Its colleges are headed by deans and department chairmen who report to deans.
The university consists of three colleges that offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees –
College of Business, Industry, Life Sciences and Agriculture – offers programs in modern business and industrial applications, biology and agricultural sciences.
College of Liberal Arts and Education – with programs in the humanities, social sciences (such as psychology), visual arts, and education.
College of Engineering, Mathematics, and Natural Sciences – Consisting of Electrical, Mechanical, Industrial, Civil / Environmental, Computer Science, Software Engineering, Chemistry, Engineering Physics, and Mathematics.
Students and faculty
In 2004, UWP received UW approval to increase student enrollment from 5,500 to 7,500 students.UWP has launched a program called the Tri-State Initiative, which aims to attract prospective students from Illinois and Iowa. Throughout the spring of 2008, the number of UWP students was 7,795 undergraduates and 830 graduate students. By 2004, UWP had 336 faculty members.
In 1978, the University introduced print courses so that Wisconsin residents living in isolated areas could earn a Bachelor of Business Administration degree without having to travel to campus.In 1996, the residency requirement was amended and the distance learning program was extended to working adults throughout the United States. In 1999, online graduate programs in criminal justice, engineering and project management were introduced, allowing students around the world to pursue an accredited degree at a distance from UW-P. In addition to accredited advanced degree programs, UWP has also developed online leadership and management courses with the Wisconsin Department of Justice and field project management courses with a project management consulting company.
UW – Platteville has over 250 clubs and organizations, including the American Foundry Society.
UW-Platteville is a member of the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference for 14 sports, including soccer and basketball. The teams were nicknamed “Pioneers”. Men’s sports include basketball, soccer, outdoor athletics, cross-country, wrestling, soccer, and baseball. Women’s sports include basketball, soccer, indoor and outdoor athletics and fields, volleyball, cross-country, golf, softball and cheerleading.All teams compete in the NCAA Division III and Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. There are also a number of club sports teams such as ice hockey and lacrosse, which are partially funded by the university.
The men’s basketball team won the NCAA Division III Championships in 1991, 1995, 1998, and 1999. The pioneers qualified for the Division III men’s basketball tournament in 1991-1999 and returned 10 years later in 2009. Bo Ryan, who later became the head coach of the Wisconsin Badgers, guided the pioneers with a 353-76 record and best win percentage in NCAA Division III basketball.Ryan has created one of the best home court benefits of all time, as the pioneers only lost 5 games at home in a decade. The team averaged 26 wins per season in the 1990s, when the Division III men’s regular season schedule allowed only 25 games per year. The university named the basketball floor “Bo Ryan Court” in January 2007.
E. Davis Pioneer Stadium is home to the soccer team, lacrosse team and soccer team.
Fieldhouse is home to men’s and women’s basketball teams.
The student newspaper The Exponent is published weekly by students. The WSUP student radio station is the oldest radio station in the UW system.
UW-Platteville has several national and local Greek organizations:
Mu Alpha Symphony
Sigma Local Chapter (Philadelphia Society)
Phi Epsiamma137 Epsilon
Alpha Sigma – Local Chapter
Alpha Iota (Women’s Professional Music Fraternity)
Beta Chi – No longer part of the Greek Life campus (local branch not affiliated with organization ZBX in Dartmouth)
The biggest celebration for UW-Platteville students is the twice-yearly illumination of the Platte M. The M Hotel is located on Platte Hill, just off a large hill east of Platteville.
Every spring, men’s and women’s rugby clubs host Mudfest, a major fifteen-style rugby tournament for Midwest teams, on campus.
There are a large number of taverns in the city, mainly on Second Street. Of the student body, more than 3,700 live in campus dorms, with an increasing number of students staying in the city on weekends.Students who do not live on campus usually live in off-campus homes that are rented out for a year. Once upon a time in taverns there were regularly nights only standing. The tavern-funded music scene was active, creating several bands a year. One group, All Envy Aside (formerly Envy), won the MTV Best Band on Campus competition in 2005.
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The following have attended or have held positions at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville –
Arnold – Arizona Cardinals footballer.
Chryst – football coach (1987) former coach of the San Francisco 49ers defenders
Jeter – basketball player (1987-1991) and coach (1994-1998), former men’s basketball coach at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Phillips – basketball player (1991-1995 ), now a men’s basketball coach in the Northern State.
J. Roberts – football coach (1917) was formerly the head coach of the Miami Redskins football and men’s basketball teams.
Ryan – men’s basketball coach (1984-1999) former men’s basketball coach at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
N.Azim Jr. – Wisconsin State Representative
G. Brown – Wisconsin State Senator
R. Charneski – Wisconsin State Representative
Croft – NFL Player
Robert Davis – US Representative
Tom Davis – Former Basketball Coach of Lafayette College, Boston College, Stanford University, The University of Iowa and Drake University. Named Associated Press National Coach of the Year 1986-87.
Engebretson – Wisconsin Senator
E. Eastabrook – Wisconsin Attorney General
Gard – Men’s Basketball Head Coach for Wisconsin Badgers
D.Goldberg – President and Chief Executive Officer, Newmont Mining Corporation
H. Goldthorpe – Wisconsin Representative
Hintz – NFL Player
A. Jones – Wisconsin State Representative
W. Kopp – Wisconsin Politician and Lawyer
R. Larsen – Air Force Lieutenant General USA
B. McCoy – Wisconsin State Representative
Miesch – NFL Player
William Murphy – United States Representative
Ott – Classical Music Composer
F. Reynolds – Wisconsin State Representative and Senator
Lloyd Randell – Wisconsin State Representative
H.Sprague – Wisconsin State Representative
Thompson is the Wisconsin State Police Superintendent for Community Education.
Van Sixteen – Senator of Wisconsin
W. Wells – Representative of the State of Wisconsin
Harry Williams – Historian
Wright – Historian and President of Dartmouth College.
McGregor – Representative of the State of Wisconsin
Morrison – Senator of the State of Wisconsin
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|Yesterday I found a college application on your desk!||I found your college questionnaire yesterday!|
|In June 1459 Fastolf made a will which provided that his ten executors found a college in Caister.||In June 1459 Fastolfe drew up a will, according to which ten of his executors established a college at Keister.|
|Inspired by his plight, I helped found the mental health special interest alumni group at my college.||His plight prompted me to help found a group for interested college alumni.|
|Their foundation put me through college and law school.||With the help of their foundation, I graduated from college and law.|
|You found all this because Montoya’s college fraternity gave out gold cufflinks.||You found all this because Montoya’s student fraternity gave out gold cufflinks.|
|It’s called the Barefoot College, and its founder, Bunker Roy, explains how it works.||It’s called Barefoot College, and its founder, Bunker Roy, explains how it works.|
|My team at The Gates Foundation believes that personalized learning is key to reaching our goal of getting every single high school student ready for college.||Members of my team at the Gates Foundation believe that a personalized approach is key to our goal of preparing every high school student for college.|
|And she promised not to tell dad until I left for college, which means he might have never found out.||And she promised not to tell Dad about this until I left for college, which means he might never know.|
|Statisticians from UCL and Imperial College found that no country systematically gives another low points.||Analysts at University College London and Imperial College have found that no country systematically awards another country low scores.|
|We found that the college had first choice in every case, so that it might be necessary to remain in Arkham during the summer, when only the limited summer-school classes were held.||After discovering that the university had the first choice, West and I made the decision to stay in Arkham for the summer when summer courses are being held there.|
|I found a classmate who said he terrorized a girl in college.||I found his classmate who said. that he terrorized a girl in college.|
|I just learned today that Limestone College, founded in 1845, was the first women’s college in South Carolina, and one of the first in the nation.||I only learned today that Limestone College, founded in 1845, was the first women’s college in South Carolina. And one of the first in the country.|
|Dude, i’m a pre-med student who’s found an enterprising way to earn his way through college.||Dude, I’m getting ready to become a medic who has found a very successful way to pay for my studies.|
|There now’s a patched professor in Queen Nature’s granite-founded College; but methinks he’s too subservient.||Listen to this ragamuffin professor at the White Marble College of the Queen of Nature; but only, it seems to me, he is too much of a sycophant.|
|In fact, I was just talking to the co-founder of Quest, a developmental high school with their first year of college applicants.||Actually, I just spoke to the co-founder of Quest, this is a new type of institution and they have their first graduation this year.|
|26 of ours put through college by the Memorial Foundation so far.||Our 26 students graduated from college thanks to the Memorial Fund.|
|If you’ll go on at college, why, I’ll get started and lay in a foundation.||While you are studying, I would start earning and saving money.|
|The body of Leila Andresen a 25-year-old Interior Design major at Brooklyn College was found at Green-Wood Cemetery.||The body of Leila Anderson, 25, an interior designer from major Brooklyn College, was found in Green Wood Cemetery.|
|We found a clipping from a college newspaper from a little over three years ago and it says that Gellar did an artistic installation on campus drawing attention to his work on the Enesserrette cult.||We found a clipping from a university newspaper just over three years ago that states that Gellar put on an installation on campus in an attempt to draw attention to his work on the Enesserett cult.|
|Attended Vassar College and co-founded the prison rights organization, The Amnesty Collective.||Attended Vassar College, co-founder of the prison rights organization Collective Amnesty.|
|Leeser helped found Maimonides College and became its provost.||Liz helped found Maimonides College and became its rector.|
|In Durham, he also founded the North Carolina Bible College.||In Durham, he also founded the North Carolina Bible College.|
|He was also founder of Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.||He was also the founder of Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.|
|At the university he helped found, now SUNY Buffalo, Millard Fillmore Academic Center and Millard Fillmore College bear his name.||At the university he helped found, the Buffalo Sled, Millard Fillmore Academic Center and Millard Fillmore College now bear his name.|
|New Light Presbyterians founded the College of New Jersey, later renamed Princeton University, in 1746 in order to train ministers dedicated to their views.||New World Presbyterians founded New Jersey College, later renamed Princeton University, in 1746 to train dedicated priests.|
|A study of 5,514 college and university students under the age of 25 found 1% who were homosexual and 1% who were bisexual.||A study of 5,514 college and university students under the age of 25 found that 1% were homosexual and 1% were bisexual.|
|In partnership with the Ludwig Family Foundation, KIPP launched in 2018 the KIPP National Ludwig College Persistence Fund in four communities.||In partnership with the Ludwig Family Foundation, KIPP launched KIPP College’s National Ludwig Endurance Fund in 2018 in four communities.|
|With the CNAA’s demise in 1992, the College found itself once again accredited by the University of Southampton, resuming a partnership broken off 18 years earlier.||With the passing of the CNAA in 1992, the college re-accredited the University of Southampton, renewing the partnership it ended 18 years ago.|
|A University of Virginia study of 8,000 college students found that students who had block scheduling in high school performed worse in university science courses.||A University of Virginia study of 8,000 college students found that students who had a high school block schedule performed worse on university science courses.|
|In 1889 Addams and her college friend and paramour Ellen Gates Starr co-founded Hull House, a settlement house in Chicago.||In 1889, Adams and her college friend and mistress Ellen Gates Starr founded Hull House, a Settlement House in Chicago.|
|The University of Zürich was founded in 1833, although its beginnings date back to 1525 when the Swiss reformer Ulrich Zwingli founded a college of theology.||The University of Zurich was founded in 1833, although its origins date back to 1525, when the Swiss reformer Ulrich Zwingli founded the College of Theology.|
|The first master’s degree genetic counseling program in the United States was founded in 1969 at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York.||The first master’s program in genetic counseling in the United States was founded in 1969 at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York.|
|They found that self-described Democrats had a 8 advantage over Republicans among college graduates, 14 of all post-graduates polled.||They found that self-described Democrats had 8 advantages over Republicans among college graduates, 14 out of all graduate students surveyed.|
|Luther College was founded near La Crosse, Wisconsin in 1861, and relocated to Decorah, Iowa the next year.||Luther College was founded near La Crosse, Wisconsin in 1861 and moved to Decor, Iowa the following year.|
|Eventually, Reddit members claimed to have found 4 bombers but all were innocent, including a college student who had committed suicide a few days before the bombing.||In the end, Reddit members claimed to have found 4 bombers, but they were all innocent, including a college student who committed suicide a few days before the explosion.|
|Founded in 1971 by Jerry Falwell and Elmer L. Towns the university began as Lynchburg Baptist College.||Founded 1971 by Jerry Falwell and Elmer L. The city began as Lynchburg Baptist College.|
|This would also explain the source of Edinburgh’s degree awarding powers, which were used from the foundation of the college.||This also explains the source of Edinburgh’s degree authority that has been in use since the college was founded.|
|For example, the Puritans who established Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1628 founded Harvard College only eight years later.||For example, the Puritans, who founded the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1628, founded Harvard College only eight years later.|
|Founded in 1942, it holds claim to the oldest still-running women’s college radio station in the country.||Founded in 1942, it lays claim to being the oldest still operating women’s college radio station in the country.|
|The National Sleep Foundation cites a 1996 paper showing that college / university-aged students got an average of less than 6 hours of sleep each night.||The National Sleep Foundation cites a 1996 document showing that college / university students, on average, slept less than 6 hours each night.|
|It was the benefaction of the Cripps Foundation and was the largest building ever put up by the college.||This was a donation to the Cripps Foundation and the largest building ever built by a college.|
|It was founded in 1900 and, until 1977, it was the only weekly college alumni magazine in the United States.||It was founded in 1900 and until 1977 was the only weekly college alumni magazine in the United States.|
|In 2014, she founded the bell hooks Institute at Berea College in Berea, Kentucky.||In 2014, she founded the Bell Hooks Institute at Berea College in Berea, Kentucky.|
|Learner went to Paddington Comprehensive then onto Hornsey College of Art for a Foundation year.||Apprentice entered Paddington High School and then Hornsey College of Art for the year of founding.|
|He was among the founder members of the London Institute of ‘Pataphysics, and holds the Ordre de la Grande Gidouille from the College de Pataphysique in Paris.||He was one of the founders of the London Institute of Pataphysics and received the Order of the Great Guiding from the Paris College of Pataphysics.|
|West founded the record label and production company GOOD Music in 2004, in conjunction with Sony BMG, shortly after releasing his debut album, The College Dropout.||West founded the record label and production company GOOD Music in 2004, with Sony BMG, shortly after the release of his debut album, The College Drop Out.|
|YMCA College of Continuing Education is located in the 6th floor of the The Salisbury in Tsim Sha Tsui, a non-profit education founded in 1992.||YMCA College of Continuing Education is located on the 6th floor of the Salisbury in Tsim Sha Tsui, a non-profit educational institution founded in 1992.|
|After the foundation training is complete applicants take the Part 1 MCROG examination administered by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.||After completing the basic training, applicants take part 1 of the MCROG exam administered by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.|
|He found himself at a social disadvantage at Hamilton College because of his intellectual attitude.||He was at a disadvantage at Hamilton College because of his intellectual attitude.|
|Typically in the United States, vintage clothing shops can be found clustered in college towns and artsy neighborhoods of cities.||Typically, in the United States, vintage clothing stores can be found on university campuses and art districts.|
|Some found their way into university and college engineering departments around the world giving generations of students a valuable introduction to the Stirling engine.||Some of them have made their way to engineering departments of universities and colleges around the world, giving generations of students valuable insight into the Stirling engine.|
|Writing in 2011 for the Carleton College website, geophysicist Kim Kastens in a column with her daughter at first found the notion of lie-to-children as surprising.||Writing in 2011 for the Carleton College website, geophysicist Kim Kastens, in a column with her daughter, first found the concept of lying to children surprising.|
|The Musical-Dramatic Training College, founded in 1931, was the first institute of higher education for music.||The School of Music and Drama, founded in 1931, was the first higher educational institution for music.|
|UMaine was founded in 1865 and is the state’s only land grant and sea grant college.||Umain was founded in 1865 and is the only college of land and maritime grants in the state.|
|Bowdoin College is a liberal arts college founded in 1794 in Brunswick, making it the oldest institution of higher learning in the state.||Bowdoin College is a liberal arts college founded in 1794 in Brunswick, making it the oldest higher education institution in the state.|
|Colby College in Waterville was founded in 1813 making it the second oldest college in Maine.||Colby College in Waterville was founded in 1813, making it the second oldest college in Maine.|
|Bates College in Lewiston was founded in 1855 making it the third oldest institution in the state and the oldest coeducational college in New England.||Bates College, Lewiston was founded in 1855, making it the third oldest educational institution in the state and the oldest coeducational college in New England.|
|Lyman Bryson of Teachers College, Columbia University found that many adults had poor reading ability due to poor education.||Lyman Bryson of Columbia University College of Education found that many adults read poorly due to poor education.|
|However some provide specialized courses not found in the public institutions such as Noroff University College in Kristiansand.||However, some provide specialized courses not found in government institutions such as Noroff University College in Kristiansand.|
|In 1787, a group of prominent ministers in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, proposed by the foundation of a new college named in Franklin’s honor.||In 1787, a group of prominent ministers in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, proposed the founding of a new college named after Franklin.|
196605 Saint Petersburg Pushkin Petersburg highway d. 10
college @ lengu.ru
8 (812) 451-98-67Statement
Belyashova Lyudmila Veniaminovna
Deputy Director for Academic Affairs – Maksimova Natalya Sergeevna
Deputy Director for educational work – Sadovskaya Vera Valentinovna
The College implements training programs for mid-level specialists in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region
The main tasks of the College:
– creation of modern conditions for the implementation of basic vocational educational programs of secondary vocational education, as well as vocational training programs and additional vocational educational programs;
– meeting the needs of the individual for intellectual, cultural and moral development through secondary vocational education;
– meeting the needs of the region for qualified specialists with secondary vocational education;
– the formation of a civic position in students and the education of industriousness, the development of responsibility, independence and creative activity;
– preservation and enhancement of moral and cultural values of society;
– organization and implementation of methodological, scientific and methodological and experimental and experimental, as well as creative work and research in the presence of appropriate material, technical and personnel support;
– development of project activities in a professional educational institution;
– formation of the personnel potential of a vocational educational institution for training and assessment of the relevant qualifications of graduates according to WorldSkills standards, retraining and advanced training of mid-level specialists and teaching staff;
– dissemination of knowledge among the population, raising its educational and cultural level, including through the provision of paid educational services;
– ensuring the availability of secondary vocational education for various categories of citizens and increasing the contingent of students under secondary vocational education programs in a vocational educational institution.
List of specialties SPE:
09.02.05 Applied Informatics (by industry)
02.21.05 Land and property relations
38.02.01 Economics and accounting (by industry)
39.02.01 Social work
40.02.01 Law and Social Security Organization
02.03.11 Hotel service
44.02.01 Preschool education
44.02.02 Teaching in primary school
49.02.01 Physical culture.