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UW Oshkosh science grads to receive 2018 alumni awards for impact in higher ed

A strong start at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh proves a key component in the formula for success for two science majors set to receive alumni awards during Homecoming 2018. Kenneth Mauritz, of Hattiesburg, Mississippi; and Christopher Turoski, of Saint Paul, Minnesota, will both receive the Distinguished Alumni Award from UWO’s Alumni Association for their extraordinary and widely recognized accomplishments in higher education. Mauritz, a 1967 mathematics and physics major and a 1970 master’s graduate, today has professor emeritus status with the School of Polymers and High Performance Materials at the University of Southern Miss; while Turoski, a 1994 chemistry major, works as a professor and patent programs director at the University of Minnesota Law School.

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