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.
Before he became a psychology professor, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s David Lishner didn’t have much faith in human nature. He believed that humans only helped each other if they had something to gain. After years of research on undergraduates at the University, his opinion has reversed.