Eager students from across the region and around the world arrive on the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus each September full of curiosity and ready to find answers. Beginning in fall 2013, however, new first-year students will discover that simply collecting answers to their questions about college, their future and the world isn’t the point at all.
They are working to end HIV in Africa. One is in India with the U.S. State Department. And dozens of others are back in the states tackling weighty cases with highly regarded law firms, providing legal services to low-income Americans or, from elected office, developing and debating the laws and policies that shape and protect our communities.