Math is everywhere. It’s in the traffic of our morning and evening commutes. It’s in the sports we follow. It’s in the vast array of technology we use every day. That includes Wisconsin’s ongoing recall election saga.
Johnson appeared on campus to speak on the Constitution as part of the American Democracy Project lecture series.
John Koker, Dean of the College of Letters and Science at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, wrote an essay for the This I Believe website.
An international team of scientists, which included University of Wisconsin Oshkosh anthropology assistant professor Stephanie Spehar and student Eric Fell, found one of the rarest and least known primates in Borneo, Miller’s Grizzled Langur.
In the summer of 2011, WRST staff found a 1958-era tape recorder, formally called a “SoundScriber S124.” Now, the device, which still operates, is headed to a prestigious final resting spot: The Library of Congress.
Radio TV Film students spent their winter interim communications class dividing into agency teams to create an ad campaign for Carmex lib balm.
The monotony of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Paul Nicolaus’ daily drive to work is occasionally interrupted when an elderly gentleman offers a genuine wave to each passing vehicle.
Santa Claus makes an appearance in this week’s one-click video slide show! This week, our photographers also captured men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling, students studying in cozy areas throughout campus, works of art at the ceramics sale and even a holidays around the world celebration.
On Veterans Day 2011, click through this sampling of UW Oshkosh Today links that spotlight a year’s worth of amazing stories of personal courage, determination and, sometimes, loss. They help relay the experience of our campus community’s current student veterans and alumni who have served, or are serving, in the U.S. military.
We took a moment to ask a few members of Homecoming 2011′s Department of Journalism student and alumni Tweetup — a face-to-face gathering of Twitter social media users — why they believe social media matters as we move deeper into the 21st Century.
On Wednesday, Oct. 12 two of Lim’s former students and multimedia interns – Tom Hanaway and Kristen Manders – will have the opportunity to share their story of a three-week journey to China through a presentation, The Midwest in The Far East.
Several University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students share their memories of and reflections on the events of Sept. 11, 2001 in this video captured on Sept. 8, days before the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
The Neenah Historical Society is hosting a new, timely exhibit that two University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students were involved in developing.
As part of the Student Titan Employment Program (STEP) at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Tom Hanaway creates camaraderie amongst students, faculty and alumni of the journalism department through the use of social media.
Craig Birkholz’s promising future in law enforcement ended in a Fond du Lac residential neighborhood, not the warzones he had dutifully served in and returned home from.
As part of the Student Titan Employment Program (STEP) at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Brianne Bartlett and Amanda Schroeder dive into what seems to be an endless tunnel of psychological history.
Before he became a professor, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh psychologist David Lishner didn’t have much faith in human nature. But the results of his research have changed his opinion.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni Steve Boettcher and Mike Trinklein, both 1982 radio-TV-film graduates, have produced a Pioneers of Television series for national PBS.
On April 13th, the American Democracy Project will once again join the Oshkosh Area Community Foundation and the Oshkosh Northwestern to celebrate community engagement through the “Evening of Stars” program, a biennial event that honors those who give back to the greater Oshkosh community. The Community Engagement Award will be presented to a UW Oshkosh faculty or staff member who has created exceptional educational experiences for students that also help address areas of public concern.
The field of literary journalism represents a marriage between two established disciplines, and a husband-and-wife team of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh professors, one from literature and one from journalism, is helping to shape the growing body of scholarship on this subject.