Thirteen University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty members will spend time during 2012-2013 on sabbatical to pursue creative and scholarly efforts, working on everything from murals to manuscripts and from molecules to mathematics.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for The New York Times who has spent more than a decade on the ground covering wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will be keynote speaker at a first-of-its-kind November symposium at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
Two University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni will serve as keynote speakers during the 36th annual Wisconsin Women’s Studies Conference and the seventh annual UW System LGBTQ Conference Oct. 5-6 on the UWO campus.
A University of Wisconsin Oshkosh professor and pianist will have the honor of launching a statewide concert series on campus on Sept. 30, debuting six diverse, solo piano works composed by six state musicians, each evoking the spirit of Wisconsin’s vibrant people, places, events and culture.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior Luke Scorcio knows the theatre life, as rewarding as it is, isn’t necessarily glamorous. It’s hard work.
The Wisconsin Academic Advising Association (WACADA) will recognize three University of Wisconsin Oshkosh academic advising professionals, including a student adviser, at a state conference later this month.
In a rags-to-riches tale, University of Wisconsin alumnus Robert Kleinschmidt ’71, of New York, N.Y., shares his success in the Big Apple with his alma mater.
As with any die-hard journalist, Vince Filak gets a little leery when he’s the story. However, there was no way his most recent honor wasn’t earning a headline.
Joanna Wavrunek will travel 280 days over the next year, all for a great cause. Wavrunek, a FFA State Officer and on-hiatus University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student, is hitting the road to help spread the word about an organization close to her heart.
Creativity combined with critical-thinking skills drive University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Amber Genett’s success in both her career and the community.
Peter Simon believes everything he needs in life will easily and harmoniously fit into roughly 300 square feet.
With the flexibility and determination of a former gymnast, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Vanessa Virbitsky ’08, has turned her love of sports and writing into a winning career with the U.S. Olympic Committee.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Rebekah Peppler’s recipe for success includes an excellent UWO education in journalism, a passion for food and a heaping spoonful of creativity.
In the world of computational chemistry and chemistry informatics, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Anton “Tony” Hopfinger ’66, of Lake Forest, Ill., is known as a founding father.
Students from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will present and screen six short documentaries on social and environmental issues related to the Oshkosh area at the 2nd annual “Capturing Community.”
Grace Luhman was a kindergarten teacher who, decades after retirement, vividly recalls using clay and paints to kindle the talents of her students. But Luhman, a senior citizen, admits as fond as she is of visual art, she “never had an art class in my life.”
Gabriel Loiacono, assistant professor of history, and Michael Jasinski, assistant professor of political science, have recently been accepted into the Fulbright Program, which will allow them to pursue research and teaching opportunities abroad.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh music department hosted its 2nd annual “Musica Viva!,” an elegant evening of contemporary and historic musical entertainment to help raise money to support scholarships.
Two recent University of Wisconsin Oshkosh grads who are now science teachers were among just a few in the state to be recognized by the Wisconsin Society of Science Teachers with a Frank Zuerner New Teacher Award.
The State Capitol rotunda was buzzing with undergraduate students from throughout the UW System – including six from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh – March 7.