Clinical Nurse Leader Shannon Hulett gives the keynote address at the College of Nursing Graduate Program Open House Jan. 13. The open house promoted graduate school options for nurses.
More than 75 seniors planning to graduate Dec. 18 stopped by Pollock Alumni House on Dec. 7 for a free Almost Alumni Lunch, hosted by University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alumni Board members. Students learned about opportunities and services available to alumni, including a new Mentor Network on LinkedIn that offers a forum for alumni and [...]
Faculty and student leaders speak about what the new residence hall means to the University during the groundbreaking celebration at Reeve Memroial Union Marketplace Nov. 15.
UW Oshkosh students and faculty showcase their student-faculty collaborative works at the Beyond Classroom Walls event Nov. 11.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh College of Education and Human Services Physical Education students encourage physical activity for individuals with disabilities by volunteering at the downtown Oshkosh YMCA.
“My Soldiers” written by Richard Kalinoski; directed by Merlaine Angwall will show in the Fredric March Theatre on Nov. 10-13 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 14 at 2 p.m. Tickets are sold for $10 for general public, $8 for seniors and $3 for UWO students with their Titan ID. Tickets can be purchased online or [...]
T.J. Leyden gives the keynote address “Turning Away From Hate” at the Diversity and Leadership Conference Nov. 6. The conference included workshops to explore other people’s experiences, identify opportunities for growth, and expose and challenge thoughts and beliefs. The Natraj Dance Academy, one of the leading Indian Classical Dance Schools in the Chicago area, performed [...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Lifelong Learning and Community Engagement host an information session for prospective adult students in Reeve Memorial Union Ballroom on Nov. 3. UWO staff and representatives from two-year and technical schools were at the event to answer questions about returning to school.
Community members living with cancer and their caregivers come together for the third annual Celebration of Life Dinner, sponsored by the UW Oshkosh Student Nurses Assocation Nov. 2. Sharon Chappy, College of Nursing assistant dean and graduate program director, gave a keynote address about her cancer research.