News and Announcements
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Foundation has officially purchased “Alberta Kimball House,” 1423 Congress Ave., Oshkosh to ensure the institution has an inviting, strategically-located chancellor’s home within the city of Oshkosh to help significantly advance the institution and the community for years to come.
Viessmann Group CEO Martin Viessmann, Ph.D., and his wife Annette pledge support for University's first endowed chair, which will support UW Oshkosh's new Sustainable Technology program.
This scholarship honors the memory of a compassionate student with dreams of teaching third graders. During her two years at UW Oshkosh, Lina Vergara was active in residence hall government and service organizations. An elementary education student with majors in bilingual education and English as a Second Language, she had aspirations of teaching third grade following her graduation.
John E. Kerrigan, ninth Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, died Nov. 5 at age 76. During his 10-year tenure, Kerrigan significantly expanded opportunities for students and faculty. He initiated professorships to support faculty in their research and scholastic pursuits, and developed scholarship programs for entering students with academic and leadership ability.