With English as her second language, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student Ka Mee Lee beat the odds as a first college graduate in her family. She is graduating May 14 with a degree in human services, none of which would have been possible without her mother’s support.
Troy Rusch sprayed some water through a hole in the top a cardboard mystery box marked "Jungle Fever." Rusch, a special education and elementary education major at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, encouraged each of the first graders in his group to put their hand through a hole in the side of the box on Tuesday at Sheldon Nature Area in Oshkosh.
With a passion for sharing her love of science, Jacquelyn Topp, a secondary education major from Mazomanie, is one of 13 recipients of the 2011 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence. The award recognizes University of Wisconsin Oshkosh seniors who have demonstrated high academic achievement and leadership qualities.
On May 6, College of Education and Human Services faculty members will present their research, which focuses on two areas of education, during Research to Reception at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center.