The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's Strategic Plan Update and Annual Report features key operational plans, action initiatives and activities of the major units on campus. The report also highlights continued growth and improvements at UW Oshkosh.
Among the standout accomplishments from the 2010-2011 academic year are the celebration of UW Oshkosh's 140 birthday, the opening of campus' newest academic building in 40 years, the continued success of the Student Titan Employment Program (STEP), and much more.
View the following videos to learn more about UW Oshkosh's successes:
Social media intern Sheng Lee, a senior journalism student, enjoys working in a professional and creative setting through the Student Titan Employment Program (STEP). Lee said the internship has forced her to be a self-starter and think outside of her comfort zone.
Counseling Center Director and licensed clinical psychologist Joe Abhold is proud to oversee many programs and activities that engage students. He received the 2011 UW System Regents Academic Staff Award for Excellence for his exceptional services and student-centered attitude.
Microbiology student Ryan Bartell spends his days working in an innovative lab through STEP. He is among the students on campus who work to test the biosolids from UW Oshkosh's anaerobic dry fermentation biodigester, which produces heat and electricity and is a first-of-its-kind in the western hemisphere.
As the vice president/executive editor and producer for ESPN.com, Patrick Stiegman '88 is responsible for content planning and management of an award-winning team of more than 200 editors, writers and producers. His dedication to UW Oshkosh and his innovations in digital media earned him the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2011.