Growing up in Kenosha, Wis., John Koker had no idea what he wanted to do when he grew up, but he did know one thing: he didn't want to teach.
In a place where all residents had been judged and sentenced, there is one room in the Taycheedah Correctional Institution where judgment is checked at the door.
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.
Dr. Jim Feldman is an assistant professor of Environmental Studies and History and the acting director of the Environmental Studies program at UW Oshkosh. In Spring 2010, Feldman taught a Special Topics: Campus Sustainability course.
In a rapidly evolving world where entertainment can be found on a cell phone screen, Richard Kalinoski still sees the stage as a significant and viable medium.
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.
Lisa Whitman and her students have combed 34 beaches in Door and Kewaunee counties to uncover what may be lurking in the waters.
Each year, the UW Board of Regents recognizes two faculty and academic staff members from the 26 UW System institutions. In 2010, they tapped Dr. Szydlik as a Regents Teaching Excellence Award winner.
As curator of the Neil A. Harriman Herbarium at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Dr. Thomas G. Lammers keeps current by reading an array of botany journals. However, one recent article in the Harvard Papers in Botany caught his eye.
A husband-and-wife teaching duo is demystifying the world of mathematics for local students.
As the first UW Oshkosh student to be named to the National Debate Scholars Team in 2010, communications major Bridget Isnardi is on track to two-peat.
UW Oshkosh film students Mark Mazur and Trent Hilborn are no strangers to film making. Their third short film, CYCLE, showcases a culmination of their many talents.
After three decades each of service to UW Oshkosh that included leading various Titans national titles, the married coaching couple Deb Vercauteren and John Zupanc has called it a career. wo of the pillars of the UW Oshkosh athletic department donned their running shoes and jogged off together into the proverbial sunset.
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.
To commemorate the anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, several members of the UW Oshkosh faculty organized a series of presentations and exhibitions to explore the impact of the Wall and new world order that was ushered in when it fell.
The only son of a insurance salesman and a Japanese language translator, Gaskins' father told his mother while they were dating that they'd have three children and that they'd all be musicians.
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.
UW Oshkosh’s endorsement of the Earth Charter document started in 2001 with a mysterious phone call to Dr. Andy Robson, a professor of English at the University.
Rebekah Peppler is without a doubt at home in her mother’s kitchen in Oshkosh. Her movements practiced and sure, she mixes the batter for her newest creation -- pumpkin cupcakes.
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.