As a Student Titan Employment Program (STEP) intern in UW Oshkosh’s athletic department, senior journalism major Jordan Clark-Mand is learning the intricacies of sports promotion and making meaningful contributions through writing scripts, designing posters and covering events.
In leading the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s first technology spin-off, Charles Gibson, an inorganic chemistry professor, hopes to make a big impact on the energy storage industry with the tiniest of particles.
Family members; friends; and University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty, staff and retirees gathered Dec. 5 at the Pollock Alumni House for a ceremony dedicating the new Dr. Robert L. Snyder Scholarship.
For its final concert of the semester on Dec. 10, the UW Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra is taking its audience to several dances. (See rest of story for slideshow and music clip.)
The basement of Dempsey Hall will never look the same again. UW Oshkosh film students create movie magic below ground level.
“Out of the Fiery Furnace: Jewish Americans, African Americans, and Representations of Suffering in Children’s Literature” features a presentation by Dr. Jodi Eichler-Levine, Department of Religious Studies & Anthropology.
The College of Letters and Science is pleased to announce the Fifth Annual Liberal Arts Scholarship Competition for Undergraduate Students, sponsored by the four colleges of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and the University of Wisconsin System Advisory Group on the Liberal Arts (SAGLA).
Randall Davidson, a noted radio historian and lecturer in the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s radio-TV-film (RTF) department, will share his expertise at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 23, at UW-Fox Valley’s Communication Arts Center.
The following faculty Q&A was submitted by the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Faculty Advocacy Committee, a committee of the Faculty Senate. Jeff Lipschutz, professor of painting and drawing, wrote the introduction.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh scientists use geologic research techniques not only to dig into modern environmental issues, but also to study the impact of environmental change on earth’s distant past.
Eastern University Theatre presents My Soldiers, a new play by critically acclaimed UW Oshkosh resident playwright Richard Kalinoski, directed and developed by Mark Hallen, Eastern Director of Theatre. My Soldiers opens on Veterans' Day, November 11, and runs through November 14 with evening performances at 8 p.m. and a matinee performance on November 15 at 3 p.m. All performances will be held in McInnis Auditorium on the Eastern University Campus at 1300 Eagle Road in St. Davids, PA.
The following faculty Q&A was submitted by the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Faculty Advocacy Committee, a committee of the Faculty Senate. Pete Brown, chair of the anthropology department, wrote the introduction.
As young girls growing up in Germany, Heike Alberts and Monika Hohbein-Deegen lived on opposite sides of the Berlin Wall. Twenty years ago, they both witnessed the fall of the wall from very different perspectives.
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Take the rigors of pursuing a Ph.D. — including research, collaboration and presentations — then condense it into an eight-week program, and you have an idea of what two University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty members cooked up for eight students over the course of last summer.
Since graduating from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 1999, V.J. “Brad” Zibung’s success in founding a satirical tabloid for long-suffering Chicago Cub fans has been no joke.
Door County Government was honored with the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Foundation’s third Collaboration in Action Leadership Award for a unique collaboration with the University’s Department of Biology and Microbiology that has resulted in the nation’s most extensive beach monitoring and research program.
The following faculty Q&A was submitted by the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Faculty Advocacy Committee, a committee of the Faculty Senate. Kenneth Price, associate professor of mathematics, wrote the introduction.
William Weber ’71, discovered both a vocation (a scientific interest in radiation) and an avocation (a love of downhill skiing) during his undergraduate days at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
If you’re a Brewers fan surrounded by Cubs fans, do you stay quiet when talk about which team will win the pennant comes up, or do you vehemently defend your team? The answer, according to University of Wisconsin Oshkosh assistant journalism professor Vincent Filak, might depend on your willingness to self-censor.