The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh athletics department held their annual Hall of Fame and Senior Awards Banquet on May 1 in Reeve Memorial Union. Hall of Fame inductees included Dave Luedtke, Pat McDonald, Christina Southward, Holly Spoo and R. Toby Bares. Seniors Jack Borski and Holly Ozanich received the 2011 John Taylor Scholar-Athlete Award [...]
With less than two weeks until graduation, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh seniors enjoyed a break from their studies at the “Almost Alumni” Lunch Tuesday, May 3, at Pollock Alumni House. The event, sponsored by the UW Oshkosh Alumni Association, served as an introduction for the soon-to-be graduates to alumni relations staff and board members and [...]
The Honors and Awards Ceremony was held on April 29 in the Arts and Communication Music Hall to present undergraduate and graduate students with scholarship awards for their accomplishments.
The 18th annual Celebration of Scholarship, a student research and creative activities event to showcase undergraduate and graduate research from all disciplines, was held April 28 in Reeve Memorial Union. Student-created ceramics also were available to purchase in Reeve Concourse during the event.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh theatre department presents “Importance of Being Earnest,” a smart comedy that mocks the foppish decorum of the English classes during the Victorian Age. Performances are held on April 27-31 at 7:30 p.m. and May 1 at 2 p.m. in the Fedric March Theatre. Tickets for the event are $13 for the [...]
On Monday and Tuesday of Earth Week students and faculty helped to install rain barrels at homes throughout the community.
This multidimensional event is designed to plant the seeds of a vibrant bike community.
Musica Viva was an evening of contemporary and historic musical entertainment as talented faculty, students and alumni of UW Oshkosh’s music department perform a broad range of instrumental, vocal, solo and ensemble compositions. Hors d’oeuvres, desserts and drinks topped off this elegant affair.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh hosted MajorFest, an event designed to assist the nearly 35 percent of first-year students who have not declared a major and those who are considering a change of major or minor, on April 14 in Reeve Memorial Ballroom.
The Career Services at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh hosted Creating Connections: Empowered Through Networking on April 7 in Reeve Ballroom to help students of color, LGBTQ and women develop and practice networking skills with over 13 different employers representing 11 different industries.