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University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
College of Letters and Science
800 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI 54901 8660

(920) 424-1222
 
Welcome to the College of Letters and Science

With 35 majors spanning the sciences, arts, humanities and social sciences, the College of Letters and Science (COLS) is the largest and most diverse college at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

Through a multifaceted liberal arts education, students are exposed to a broad spectrum of knowledge about human experience and the natural world. Transcending preparation for specific careers, COLS prepares students with communication, critical thinking and problem-solving skills essential for success in today's society.

New COLS Special Reports Features

 

Dr. Laurence Carlin Beyond Classroom Walls is happy to feature the new Spotlight story Dr. Laurence Carlin, one of two COLS professors featured in the current issue of Endeavors, a magazine dedicated to recognizing the professional accomplishments of the faculty and instructional academic staff at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. To read more about Carlin's teaching and research, please see Game Face. 

News and Events

 

 

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson shares message with hundreds at UWO

by beckb01 — Feb 29, 2012 11:18 AM

Johnson appeared on campus to speak on the Constitution as part of the American Democracy Project lecture series.

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Education First - Because it Lasts

by Lim, Grace Y — Feb 06, 2012 11:46 AM

John Koker, Dean of the College of Letters and Science at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, wrote an essay for the This I Believe website.

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UWO prof, student on team to discover primate in Borneo thought to be extinct

by beckb01 — Jan 31, 2012 02:19 PM

An international team of scientists, which included University of Wisconsin Oshkosh anthropology assistant professor Stephanie Spehar and student Eric Fell, found one of the rarest and least known primates in Borneo, Miller’s Grizzled Langur.

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WRST submits rare, working ‘50s-era recorder to Library of Congress

by beckb01 — Jan 31, 2012 02:12 PM

In the summer of 2011, WRST staff found a 1958-era tape recorder, formally called a “SoundScriber S124.” Now, the device, which still operates, is headed to a prestigious final resting spot: The Library of Congress.

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Dean's Communications
Welcome Fall 2012

 

Power of the Arts

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