A University of Wisconsin Oshkosh human services student is taking civic engagement and service to the national level as she takes seat on the advisory board for one of the nation’s leading, nonprofit advocates for LGTBQ students.
When students graduate from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s College of Education and Human Services, they enjoy a host of career opportunities. With 27 schools in the Oshkosh Area School District, 11 districts in Winnebago County and more than 400 statewide, UWO education grads have plenty of places to apply.
Most of us know about student teaching. But what about online, or virtual, student teaching?…
A new research project will give University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students majoring in early-childhood education the opportunity to dive into cutting-edge research exploring the role of digital vs. non-digital media in the lives of young children, their families and those who work with them.