Giving in Action
UW Oshkosh and its students, faculty and staff are thankful for the generous donations we receive from you. These gifts make lasting impressions on the University and contribute to its academic excellence.
Many contributions have special ties to individual donors or recipient stories. These donations make both an academic and personal impact that will never be forgotten. Read on to discover the influence a gift can have on donors, students, faculty and staff, programs and the University.
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Giving in Action Donor Stories
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Clifford A. Christl ’70, and his family have established an endowed scholarship fund for students who graduated from Green Bay East High School and are majoring in a degree within the College of Letters and Science with a strong preference given to applicants planning to major in journalism. The scholarship gives preference to applicants who are the first in their family to attend college.
Nontraditional student Kathy Devereaux established this scholarship during her final semester at UW Oshkosh in the College of Education and Human Services. Kathy received a Bachelor of Science degree in 1984 from Cornell University and returned to school in 2003 to pursue a dual degree in elementary and special education.
The Carla Roberts Special Education Teaching Scholarship was created by the January 2008 UW Oshkosh graduate, in gratitude for assistance she received as a student.