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Carmen teaches classes in rhetorical theory and criticism primarily for the Department of Communication.
Michelle Kuhl joined the history department with a passionate interest in history, race and gender that intersected her teaching and her research.
Larry Carlin's teaching ability is certainly remarkable. Students are drawn to his classes by both his expertise and his enthusiastic approach to the subject matter.
Dr. Lori Carrell’s vision is “to educate, inspire, and equip others to maximize the transformative power of the spoken word.”
Fredi Giesler is coordinator of the Masters of Social Work program, which is a unique program because it is fully collaborative with University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Bob joined the University in 1999 with several years of practical experience in commercial lending and five degrees, including a Ph.D. in finance.
Dru is a dedicated teacher, always challenging her students with innovative assignments and contriving new ways to assess their learning.
Troy is a respected teacher of film who instills in his students a love for story — the stories inside the great films he teaches.
Bill is a well-respected researcher in glacial mapping and the use of pollen records to document climate change.
Gail is an artist of integrity and striking originality with a distinguished record of national and international exhibitions and residencies.
Since joining the anthropology program in 2007, Dr. Stephanie Spehar has brought exciting new perspectives and possibilities for students.
One of the Biology faculty most active in teaching students by engaging them in a research program is Bob Stelzer.
A respected nurse researcher who regularly presents and publishes her work, Dr. Marnocha directs Wisconsin’s largest Bachelor of Science degree program in nursing.
Dr. Kaltcheva’s scholarly work in astronomy has taken her around the world to professional positions in Bulgaria, Chile, Denmark, Germany, India, Scotland and South Africa.
How does one describe Dr. Sridhar? An exceptional teacher? An eloquent speaker? A great community organizer? Or a reservoir of boundless knowledge in fields as varied as strategic planning, literature, Indian classical music and social/political issues?
Marianne exemplifies what a professor should be: someone who cares deeply about students and does excellent and enlightening research in her field and who is willing to do her share to make this public asset, the state university, work.
UW Oshkosh is fortunate to have Ron Rindo helping to foster a supportive and collegial environment in a growing institution.
Merlaine, a native of Wisconsin, is a gregarious and charming woman, always available to her students and forever bantering with them.
Since her arrival on campus in 2005, Dr. Mrotek has been diligent in her efforts to improve the Kinesiology department at UW Oshkosh.
Chad Cotti got his undergraduate degree at UW Oshkosh, and when a faculty position in the economics department opened up, he returned to his roots.