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Click here to read Faculty Senate minutes from the Jan. 15 meeting.[...]
UW Oshkosh has received $40,000 from the State of Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction for Wisconsin Supply and Demand. Tom Fischer and Wayne Swanger (COEHS) are the project [...]
This day in UW Oshkosh history – Jan. 16, 1959: The first-ever “Ice Frolic Festival Week” – later to be called the Winter Festival – wraps up a three-day celebration. The hig[...]
This day in UW Oshkosh history – Jan. 15, 1950: Two ill-equipped Advance reporters safely return back to campus after being stranded in gale force winds and below-zero weathe[...]
Flags will be flown at half-staff at UW Oshkosh from sunrise to sunset Wednesday, Jan. 16, as a mark of respect for Corporal Jason Lemke who died of injuries sustained during enemy[...]
This day in UW Oshkosh history – Jan. 14, 1847: Rose Swart, a long-time Oshkosh faculty instructor, is born in Honesdale, Pa. Joining the Oshkosh Normal School in 1871 – the [...]
Flags will be flown at half-staff at UW Oshkosh from sunrise to sunset Saturday, Jan. 12, as a mark of respect for Deputy Jason Zunker of the Chippewa County Sheriff’s Depart[...]
This day in UW Oshkosh history – Jan. 11, 1974: UW Oshkosh is named as a site for a graduate center. (Courtesy of UW Oshkosh Archives)[...]
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alumni Association is looking for a few good alumni.[...]
This day in UW Oshkosh history – Jan. 9, 1941: The student council proposal to lower the grade point average requirements of the prom king by the next school year is defeated[...]