Since its inception as a teacher-training school in 1871, UW Oshkosh has long been recognized as a leader in education. Today, the College of Education and Human Services is proud to be at the forefront of preparing the next generation of professional leaders in education, human services and counseling. More than 225 of our alumni have been recognized with prestigious Herb Kohl Fellowship Awards.

Whether you are considering an undergraduate degree, a graduate degree, professional development opportunities or an additional teaching license, our highly committed faculty and staff, accredited programs and hands-on field experiences will help you achieve your goals. Plus, our ongoing outreach activities with city and rural school districts ensure we remain in tune with the needs of today’s administrators and teachers.

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Grant facilitates evaluation of licensure requirements for non-UWO grads

Grant facilitates evaluation of licensure requirements for non-UWO grads

Michael Beeth, director of the EXCEL Center within the College of Education and Human Services, recently received $18,652 from UW System for “Assessing and Awarding Credit for Prior Learning to Nontraditional Students in a Post-baccalaureate Teacher Licensure Program.”

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Education majors spend summer teaching in Chile

Education majors spend summer teaching in Chile

While in college, students forge relationships that last well beyond four years and, in some cases, span many miles.

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Young Writers' Camps build middle and high school students’ writing skills

Young Writers' Camps build middle and high school students’ writing skills

Over 30 students going into grades six through ten attended Young Writers' Camps at UW Oshkosh and Horace Mann Middle School in Neenah.

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Innovative program uses children’s books to bring inmates closer to their children

Innovative program uses children’s books to bring inmates closer to their children

The number of children with a father in prison increased 77 percent from 1991 to 2007, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. For many of these incarcerated fathers, maintaining healthy, positive relationships with their children is extremely difficult.

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