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The feedback gathered from faculty, staff and students will help develop the direction and solutions for UW Oshkosh to prioritize and protect programs while closing its $9.8 millio[...]
Wisconsin's equal appreciation of tradition and innovation is at the heart of the Wisconsin Idea Partnership. This is why it is the best solution for higher education in Wisconsin [...]
Rev. Jesse Jackson stressed the power of the student vote and the importance of student voter rights during a speech at Reeve Memorial Union on March 28, the first stop on a tour o[...]
With the growing number of smartphone and tablet users around the world and on campus, the third-largest university in the UW System responded to the demand and developed a mobile [...]
Certainly, we must shoulder the responsibility to pass on a fiscally healthy state. Equally important is our responsibility to provide the best opportunities to become educated, we[...]
There’s no denying the power of a Wisconsin-style fish fry. Six years ago, University of Wisconsin alumnus Jerry Gonyo ’64, of Scottsdale, Ariz., hosted a fish fry for University o[...]
The UW Oshkosh students who collected Craig Birkholz's war story as part of the 2009 “War: Through Their Eyes” project never imagined the gravest danger to him would be a mere 20 m[...]
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will host 13 events in support of inclusive excellence and diversity March 28-31 during the University’s third-annual Social Justice Week.[...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students are breaking the mold for typical college spring breaks by participating in the Alternate Spring Breaks (ASB) program to explore a variety [...]
In a statement, Chancellor Wells stresses that new tools are necessary to help UW Oshkosh and the UW System address the long-term 'forever' and the immediate 'for now' in closing W[...]