The spring issue of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Engage magazine — featuring stories about catching the entrepreneurial spirit and weathering the recession — is available now at www.uwosh.edu/engage.
“In this issue, you will learn what it takes to become an entrepreneur,” said Jeanette DeDiemar, executive director of Integrated Marketing and Communications and executive editor of Engage. “You also will read about how UW Oshkosh prepares graduates to ‘think outside the box’ and how UW Oshkosh alumni are taking risks on business ventures.”
This issue of Engage, which is available both in print and online, marks the start of the second year of publication for the redesigned and revitalized University magazine for alumni, faculty and staff, and friends of UW Oshkosh. It also is the first issue to receive Forest Stewardship Council certification.
Other Engage features include a story about January 2009 grad Chan Vang’s Student Honors Art Exhibit paintings and a profile about UW Oshkosh junior Scott Revoir, who decided to pursue a nursing degree after being laid off as a maintenance electrician.
Online readers will find an abundance of bonus content, including an excerpt from the late special education professor Craig Fiedler’s book, “Cancer as Identity Theft: Robbery and Redemption.” Readers should check the online version regularly, because fresh bonus content is added monthly.
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