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  • 9/11 Remembrance Concert

    9/11 Remembrance Concert

    Patriotic songs and the American flag filled the air at the 9/11 Remembrance Concert. Led by music director and conductor Andre Gaskins, also the director of Orchestral Activities and Cello at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, the concert attracted thousands to the Leach Amphitheater.

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  • Lessons from the Inca Trail

    Lessons from the Inca Trail

    Dr. Eric Kuennen wanted to take his students, all future teachers of math, out of their comfort zone. This desire to shake things up led Kuennen and 16 of his students to the mountains, jungles and deserts of Peru.

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  • Green Medicine

    Green Medicine

    What began as a simple story of a young man and his research turned into a heart-rending and inspirational tale about science, family traditions, honor, sacrifice, peace and war. This is Green Medicine: From the Mountains of Laos to the Labs at UW Oshkosh.

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  • Midwest in the Far East

    Midwest in the Far East

    For three weeks, two groups of UW Oshkosh students -- math education and business/economics -- ventured to China on a journey that changed the way they look at the world. Join us for an evening of discovery as the students share their stories.

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  • Filmaker & Teacher: A chat with Troy Perkins

    Filmaker & Teacher: A chat with Troy Perkins

    Troy Perkins, associate professor in the radio-TV-film department, puts his students on production sets where they learn from and work alongside industry professionals. With real deadlines and tight budgets, students truly experience the highs and lows of a professional film production.

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  • Time for Change

    Time for Change

    Mary Anne DeZur and her son Lou, who has juvenile diabetes, invented Time for Change, a device that could help make lives easier for people with diabetes. DeZur is the Office Manager of Facilities Management at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

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  • Marty Robinson

    Marty Robinson

    Every once in a while Marty Robinson is struck by a piece of music. The music may come from a snippet from a radio commercial or a theme song to a TV show. Then Robinson remembers why the tune gives him pause - he had composed it.

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  • Ryan Steiskal

    Ryan Steiskal

    University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior Ryan Steiskal created artwork of dinosaurs that had been unseen to science - until now.

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  • Nazar Kulchytskyy

    Nazar Kulchytskyy

    University of Wisconsin Oshkosh junior Nazar Kulchytskyy claimed the 2012 and 2013 NCAA DIII Wrestling Championship - but he's only just warming up.

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  • Testing the Waters

    Testing the Waters

    Lisa Whitman and her students have combed 34 beaches in Door and Kewaunee counties to uncover what may be lurking in the waters.

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  • The Grand Plan

    The Grand Plan

    As part of a class project, two groups of journalism students at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh were given a real-life client – The Grand Opera House. Their task? Figure out how to attract college students to the restored Victorian theater.

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  • War: Through Their Eyes

    War: Through Their Eyes

    While the Iraq War is being fought halfway around the world, the students in Grace Lim's Spring 2009 Writing for the Media class found relevancy right here on campus.

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  • Airboat Rescue 1: When the Ice Breaks

    Airboat Rescue 1: When the Ice Breaks

    Grace Lim loves telling stories. When she heard about the Lee family and their quest to keep the community safe through an airboat named Rescue 1, she knew she had the ingredients for a great story.

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  • Stoking the Fire

    Stoking the Fire

    In Teresa Lind's Advanced Sculpture class, students are taught to respect the power of the flame. The pour team gets ready for a sauna-like, yet profound, experience.

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  • Laurence Carlin

    Laurence Carlin

    Before every class, UW Oshkosh professor Larry Carlin psyches himself up for the next 60 minutes. He mutters to himself as a performer would before stepping on a stage or a football player before he sprints onto the field. “Here we go,” he says before the clock starts.

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