There were no dormitories, sororities or parking permits on campus in 1925. Before the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh was added to a system of UW schools, it was Oshkosh Normal School. Margaret Walters ’25, received her teaching degree after two years in Oshkosh.
Six students enrolled in the College of Education and Human Services’ Alternative Careers in Teaching (act!) program received $13,000 stipends funded by a grant from the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship program.
Michael Skivington, a participated in the two day strategic planning meeting for the Division of International Special Education and Services (DISES) in Washington, D.C., Oct. 21-22, 2010.
In the midst of his senior year, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student Eric Salzwedel learned that his father had terminal cancer. Salzwedel, a human services major from Columbus, Wis., and his family had high hopes that George, Salzwedel’s father, would see his son graduate at the Dec. 18 commencement ceremony.