University of Wisconsin–Platteville

Platteville Normal School, from the 1885 edition of the Wisconsin Blue Book
Lighting of the Platte Mound M
thumb|Art Building (visual arts)
thumb|Boebel Hall (math, biology, geography, etc.)
thumb|Brigham Hall (Registrar, tutoring services, etc.)
thumb|Elton S. Karrmann Library
thumb|Ottensman Hall (engineering)
thumb|Ullrich Hall (computer science, criminal justice, humanities)
thumb|Ullsvik Hall (criminal justice, business administration, Nohr Art Gallery)
thumb|Pioneer Tower (campus radio station, TV studio)
thumb|Glenview Commons (dining hall & campus thrift store)
thumb|Elton S. Karrmann Library
thumb|Sculpture ensemble "Stratagem"
thumb|Pioneer Student Center
thumb|Markee Pioneer Student Center (Pioneer Tower in the background)

Public university in Platteville, Wisconsin.

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University of Wisconsin System

University system of public universities in the U.S. state of Wisconsin.

University system of public universities in the U.S. state of Wisconsin.

University of Wisconsin–Madison
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

As of 1971, the Wisconsin State Universities comprised nine public universities (Platteville, Whitewater, Oshkosh, River Falls, Stout (in Menomonie), Superior, Stevens Point, La Crosse, and Eau Claire) and four freshman-sophomore branch campuses, with a total enrollment of 64,148.

Platteville, Wisconsin

Largest city in Grant County in southwestern Wisconsin.

Largest city in Grant County in southwestern Wisconsin.

Main Street, about 1910
Entrance to Platteville Municipal Airport.
Giant M on the Platte Mound
Former Carnegie library building
Ullrich Hall, part of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Downtown Platteville at night
Bike rack depicting the Big M
Bike rack in downtown Platteville
Rountree Hall apartment complex (former Mining school)
Beebe House
Jonathan H. Evans House
Mitchell-Rountree House
J. H. Rountree Mansion
The William Parnell Building, part of the Main Street Commercial Historic District

Much of this growth is likely due to the enrollment increase of the University of Wisconsin–Platteville.

Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

College athletic conference that competes in the NCAA's Division III.

College athletic conference that competes in the NCAA's Division III.

In 1913, representatives from Wisconsin's eight normal schools—Superior Normal School (now the University of Wisconsin–Superior), River Falls State Normal School (now the University of Wisconsin-River Falls), Stevens Point Normal School (now the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point), La Crosse State Normal School (now the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse), Oshkosh State Normal School (now the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh), Whitewater Normal School (now the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater), Milwaukee State Normal School (now the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee) and Platteville Normal School (now the University of Wisconsin–Platteville)--met in Madison to organize the Inter-Normal Athletic Conference of Wisconsin. The Stout Institute (now the University of Wisconsin–Stout) joined in 1914, followed by Eau Claire State Normal School (now the University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire) in 1917.

Ryan speaks during an event to honor Sam Dekker in 2017

Bo Ryan

American former college basketball coach and player.

American former college basketball coach and player.

Ryan speaks during an event to honor Sam Dekker in 2017

Ryan served as the head men's basketball coach at the University of Wisconsin–Platteville from 1984 to 1999 and at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee from 1999 to 2001.

NCAA men's college basketball game between Virginia Cavaliers and Duke Blue Devils

Tom Davis (basketball coach)

American former college men's basketball coach.

American former college men's basketball coach.

NCAA men's college basketball game between Virginia Cavaliers and Duke Blue Devils

A native of Ridgeway, Wisconsin, Davis attended the University of Wisconsin–Platteville, where he played on the basketball team as a point guard.

Representation of all political parties as percentage in House of Representatives over time

Glenn Robert Davis

Member of the United States House of Representatives for Wisconsin.

Member of the United States House of Representatives for Wisconsin.

Representation of all political parties as percentage in House of Representatives over time

Davis attended the Platteville State Teachers College (now the University of Wisconsin–Platteville) with a donation from his mother (who had been hiding the money from her husband for just such an occasion).

Saul Phillips (basketball)

American college basketball coach.

American college basketball coach.

Phillips is a graduate of University of Wisconsin–Platteville.

LSU Seal

T. Harry Williams

American academic and author.

American academic and author.

LSU Seal

In the 1930s, Williams completed his post-secondary education at Platteville State Teachers College and the University of Wisconsin.

Gard in February 2016

Greg Gard

American college basketball coach for the Wisconsin Badgers.

American college basketball coach for the Wisconsin Badgers.

Gard in February 2016

They had coached together at three schools—Gard's alma mater of Wisconsin–Platteville, where he had played on the varsity baseball team as a freshman; Milwaukee; and Wisconsin.

NCAA men's college basketball game between Virginia Cavaliers and Duke Blue Devils

Rob Jeter

American college basketball coach and current head coach at Western Illinois.

American college basketball coach and current head coach at Western Illinois.

NCAA men's college basketball game between Virginia Cavaliers and Duke Blue Devils

His brother, Carlton Jeter, played basketball alongside him at UW–Platteville.