Contained below is a collection of all the profiles featured on Faces of UW Oshkosh
Master of Business Administration (MBA) '07 Director of Operations - Foth Infrastructure and Environment, LLC -- "Working with fellow students with diverse backgrounds and experiences brings a richness to this program that was invaluable."
Master of Business Administration (MBA) ’96 - Asia Specialist - Wisconsin Department of Commerce -- “A diverse cultural background is helpful, but strong business skills are what give you an advantage.”
Master of Business Administration (MBA) ’04 - Senior Vice President, Global Customer Services - Plexus -- Under the direction of B.S. Sridhar, Kelsey conducted an independent study project about "creating a global product development organization within Plexus.
Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Midwest Account Executive - Dynamic Print Group -- "A key strength of the UW Oshkosh MBA Program is flexibility. Students have the option of determining the pace at which they complete the program, which is very important for working professionals with career and personal commitments."
Master of Business Administration (MBA) '95 - Director of Marketing Communications - Oshkosh Corporation Fire & Emergency Group -- “I believe in the quality of this institution so much that I sent my children to obtain their bachelor's in business at UW Oshkosh."
Master of Business Administration (MBA) '74 - CEO of Great Northern Corporation -- "I am proud to be a graduate of this fine program and continue to support the college in any way I can."
Originally from Montana, Bill Wacholtz received his Ph.D. in chemistry at Tulane University in 1987. In 1989, the chemistry department was looking for an inorganic chemist with a strong physics background who was interested in research and teaching.
Jennifer Earles Szydlik is a tireless supporter of elementary school teacher preparation at UW Oshkosh. She unifies her belief that anyone can learn to love mathematics with her scholarship in mathematics education.
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.
Since her arrival on campus in 2005, Dr. Mrotek has been diligent in her efforts to improve the Kinesiology department at UW Oshkosh.
Merlaine, a native of Wisconsin, is a gregarious and charming woman, always available to her students and forever bantering with them.
UW Oshkosh is fortunate to have Ron Rindo helping to foster a supportive and collegial environment in a growing institution.
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.
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?
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.
A respected nurse researcher who regularly presents and publishes her work, Dr. Marnocha directs Wisconsin’s largest Bachelor of Science degree program in nursing.
One of the Biology faculty most active in teaching students by engaging them in a research program is Bob Stelzer.
Since joining the anthropology program in 2007, Dr. Stephanie Spehar has brought exciting new perspectives and possibilities for students.
Gail is an artist of integrity and striking originality with a distinguished record of national and international exhibitions and residencies.
Bill is a well-respected researcher in glacial mapping and the use of pollen records to document climate change.