Thirteen graduates of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s College of Education and Human Services were honored with the 2009 Herb Kohl Fellowship Award. A total of 212 UW Oshkosh alumni have received the award.
The alumni award winners for 2009 are as follows:
- Carol Rae Double ’69, Bachelor of Science Education
- Christine Lucas ’86, Bachelor of Mathematics; ’87, Secondary Math Education
- Leah Lechleiter-Luke ’92, Bachelor of Science Education
- Wendy Blasczyk ’91, 1-6 Teaching Certification
- Bradely Curran ’73, Bachelor of Music Education
- Kimberly Frierdich ’94, Bachelor of Science Education
- Amy Keliher ’93, Bachelor of Science Education
- Amy Leach ’93, Masters of Science — Curriculum and Instruction
- Jeffrey Reindl ’92, Bachelor Science Secondary Education
- Mary Kris Zangle ’89, Bachelor of Science Education; ’94, Masters of Science — Elementary Education
- Deanna Milz ’93, Bachelor of Science Education
- Robert VanSchyndel ’06, Special Education Certification
- Kay Zastrow ’81, Master of Early Childhood — Special Education
The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation Fellowship Award program was established in January 1990. Educators are chosen for their superior ability to inspire a love of learning in their students and the ability to motivate others as well as their leadership and service within and outside the classroom.
The Herb Kohl Fellowship is a one-time $1,000 award. The educator’s school also receives $1,000.
Janice Stark is the advancement officer for the College of Education and Human Services. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to contribute calendar items, campus announcements and other good news to UW Oshkosh Today.