The following is the text of the full University of Wisconsin Oshkosh 139th spring Commencement address delivered at the May 11 morning ceremony by Tracy Slagter, assistant professor of political science:
Anthony Miller, a communication major with a speech emphasis and a minor in African American Studies, spoke to his peers during the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s 9 a.m. Commencement ceremony.
For any student, finding an internship can be intimidating. For Mayur “Mo” Ranpara and Nilesh Gohil, the internship process was even more challenging. International students and longtime childhood friends from Nairobi, Kenya, Ranpara and Gohil were nervous to start their internship process because they had fears that their international status would put them at a disadvantage over other students.
Eighteen senior students who exemplify high academic and leadership qualities and a deep commitment to serving others will be recognized on May 11 as recipients of the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence. The criteria for this award include academic performance, University-related service and community involvement.
Class of 1963 graduate John “Jack” Walsdorf, of Portland, Ore, will welcome fellow classmates back to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus for their Golden Titan Reunion May 10-11.
For more than 40 years of the Cold War, many Americans found themselves gripped by the fear of nuclear attack after the Soviet Union became the world’s second nuclear power on Aug. 29, 1949.
Miss Oshkosh Chelsey WasielewskiThe recently crowned Miss Oshkosh, Chelsey Wasielewski, is using her title to make a difference in the world of autism.
Men from across the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh community will fit themselves into pairs of high-heeled shoes and walk in support of “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” May 1 to raise awareness about the effects and impact of sexual violence.
In theory, math should be fun, right? “Yes” is most definitely the answer if you ask Ken Price, associate math professor at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, and his student John Dewitt, a senior secondary education math major.
Radio-TV-Film students at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh have recently received national honors for their productions at the annual student media convention of the National Broadcasting Society in Washington D.C.
The Student Titan Employment Program (STEP) has held an important role in providing high-impact, campus-based employment for the students of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Now the program has been expanded to provide positions specifically for the University’s graduate students. Of the four STEP students featured in this article, three are from the College of Letters and Science.
Ellie Maslowski was as devoted to the development and success of students as she was to her colleagues at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh for nearly two decades.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Shane Arman ’10, of Chicago, won the public relations industry’s equivalent of an Oscar last week in New York City.
Students will take center stage in the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh theatre department’s upcoming event, An Evening of One-Acts, to be held March 7-9 at 7:30 p.m. in the Experimental Theatre.
The Oshkosh Community Dragonboat Race & Festival has been a fixture of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s annual Fall Fest on the Fox since 2006, working to benefit the University campus and surrounding community.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Luke Whitburn ’98, vice president of operations at Drake & Company Staffing Specialists, is at the top of his class.
Multiple departments from throughout the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh have again teamed up with the Oshkosh Area School District to bring Oshkosh middle school students and their families an expanded series of free Family STEM Nights, science-based evenings of education and fun scheduled throughout February and March.
There is no need to double check if University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Mike Nietman ’89, of Madison, has been giving back to the campus community; he does so with no forced moves or sacrifices.
Two University of Wisconsin Oshkosh professors will dig into some of America’s most prestigious archives this spring to get the scoop on “genius” and literary journalists.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Theatre department will stage “The American Dream” and “The Zoo Story” in the Frederic March Theatre from Feb. 13 through Feb. 17.