For Amanda Burch, faculty academic adviser John Strous is a key guide and mentor on her journey toward a degree in medical technology.
On the 45th anniversary of the day the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and broader community would come to know as ‘Black Thursday,’ a new scholarship–one created to support the educational journey and success of African-American students–was announced.
As the season changes—and snow, ice and sleet inevitably move in—the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is at the ready to help campus community members stay safe and up-to-date on delays and closings.
UWO dedicates 'John E. Kerrigan Office of International Education' as dozens remember, celebrate former chancellor
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Office of International Education will now and forever be synonymous with a man who made the strengthening and expansion of international education a personal and institutional mission.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Stephanie Spehar recently traveled to the East Kalimantan region of Borneo where she helped compile research that showed orangutans spend more time on the ground than what was previously known of these “king of the swingers.”
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Brad Carr definitely has an award he can be proud of.
One top award just wasn’t enough for University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Shane Arman ’10. After being named the Young PR Professional of the Year Award during PRWeek in New York this spring, he recently earned an Outstanding Young Alumni Award from his alma mater.
Regional academic, manufacturing leaders applaud Regents' approval of engineering technology degrees
The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents approved a trio of new and collaborative engineering technology degrees July 12 designed to make a high-demand field more easily accessible to students in the New North region while also addressing manufacturers’ demands for new infusions of well-prepared engineering graduates.
Before the “World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration” kicks off in Oshkosh at the end of July, there’s lots of work to be done at the Experimental Aircraft Association. Lucky for EAA, there’s a slew of able and educated students looking for internships and work literally in their backyard.
Leading his generation in entrepreneurial and professional achievement is University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Luke Whitburn ’98, one of five recipients of the Alumni Association’s 2013 Outstanding Young Alumni Award.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna and Target Breakout Book author Jess Riley ’98, gets ready to debut her third novel, Mandatory Release, on July 16 at Becket’s from 5 to 7 p.m.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s new University Studies Program—set to launch with the upcoming fall 2013 semester— already is garnering attention as a national model for general education reform. Earlier this month, the Association of American Colleges and Universities touted UW Oshkosh’s innovative program as the lead case study in its new publication “Ensuring Quality and Taking High-Impact Practices to Scale.”
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Jeff Wilson’s life has taken him from the musical stage to the television studio and now on book tours.
Oshkosh’s well-known Country USA and Rock USA festivals would not exist without the work of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Steve Lenz ’73, who takes center stage in helping organize and execute some of Wisconsin’s greatest music events.
Students in Don Stolley’s art department photography course earned more than just a grade this past semester. The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students were divided into four groups to create photographs for a chance to have theirs displayed on the cover of the June edition of New North B2B magazine. While only one cover photograph could be selected, all groups will have their work displayed in the magazine.
The spring semester has come to a close and the first round of 2013 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh graduates have been recognized for their student achievements. But what about faculty achievement?
From coaches and teachers to journalists and business professionals, 10 accomplished graduates who make a positive impact on their professions and communities have been chosen to receive top awards from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alumni Association in 2013.
Each Sunday, many of the 40 million Americans who attend church are hoping to hear a sermon that will inspire them to make meaningful change in their lives. But 95 percent of all sermons offer explanation or commentary with no call for change, said University of Wisconsin Oshkosh communication professor Lori Carrell.
“Solar” was the word of the day May 14 at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh as high school students from across the state convened to create, build and display all things powered and inspired by the sun.
From his hands-on experience hosting on-air radio at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh to launching a voice acting career, KipTheLip has made a name for himself.