Radio-TV-film students at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh took home 11 of the 52 student media awards presented by the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association during the organization’s student media conference, winning more awards than any other institution.
Every weekday at 5 p.m., talk-based programs take over the airwaves at 90.3 FM and on the Web at www.wrst.org, including the station’s first Spanish-language show.
What happens when beloved comic strip characters Charlie Brown and Lucy suddenly age 10 years? “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead,” a one-act play being performed by UW-Oshkosh students, explores just such a situation.
Jim Feldman believes in hands-on learning. For his Environmental Studies 390 students, that means spending a semester digging through trash, visiting a landfill and participating in a national recycling competition.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students can now work on part of their foreign language requirements from home.Hybrid courses, a mix of online and in-the-classroom instruction, are being introduced as part of the foreign language department’s 2010 Summer Session offerings.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh art department faculty member Andrew Redington leads an “Exhibition Design” course in Allen Priebe Art Gallery Feb. 17.
Campus safety intern Katie Steil experiences the good type of stress as she plans events and communications campaigns for the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Counseling Center as a part of the Student Titan Employment Program (STEP).
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students served as experts — and served sweet treats — Feb. 17 in Reeve Memorial Union to promote the 2010 U.S. Census.
Not every undergraduate student would trade a relaxing winter break for an intense, five-week geological field study in China.
While growing up, Tanya Krueger considered the hospital her home away from home.
The Broadcast Education Association has selected a paper co-authored by Assistant Professor Tang Tang and Director Roger Cooper, of Ohio State University, as the winner of its 2010 paper competition.
UW-Oshkosh theatre students perform.
Senior biology student wins recognition from the College Reading & Learning Association.
As the world watches snowboarders defy gravity and ice dancers twirl in perfect unison this month, former University of Wisconsin Oshkosh scholar-athlete Vanessa Virbitsky ’08, will enjoy her own Olympic moment in Vancouver.
While Nate Wielgosh is working toward a Master of Public Administration, UW Oshkosh’s Student Titan Employment Program (STEP) is giving him the opportunity to develop both technical and interpersonal skills as an online content migration manager.
The following faculty Q&A was submitted by the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Faculty Advocacy Committee, a committee of the Faculty Senate. Maureen Muldoon, associate geology professor, wrote the introduction.
As Web 2.0 continues to transform how companies communicate, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Center for Community Partnerships (CCP) has received an increasing number of requests from businesses to help them with strategic Internet marketing.
Biology major Laura Klein serves as a technician at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Neil A. Harriman Herbarium, where she focuses on the growth of laboratory plants as well as her own personal growth, through the high-impact learning opportunities afforded by the Student Titan Employment Program (STEP).
The following faculty Q&A was submitted by the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Faculty Advocacy Committee, a committee of the Faculty Senate. Richard Kalinoski, associate theatre professor and resident playwright, wrote the introduction.
Photography intern See Xiong not only is getting better acquainted with the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus, she also is getting a clearer picture of what her future may hold.