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“One thing I did say to the class is what I like about Oshkosh....Everyone here I have met is very open to my culture and every other culture,” said student Choua Thao. [...]
Geology major Quin Lenz grinds stone in the geology lab to pull out crystals to examine.
“I love the hands-on fieldwork...it shows you how to work in the field, make observations, take good notes and gain experience in other aspects," said Quin Lenz, a senior at UWO.[...]
With the 2014-2015 school year approaching, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alumni Association is looking for dedicated alumni to help host activities and mentor students. Step[...]
“Having a degree has opened up a world of opportunity for me,” Anthony Miller '13, said. “… I do believe that UWO has added value to my life.”[...]
Greg Kleinheinz, associate dean and professor in the College of Letters and Science, has been named the first-ever Viessmann Endowed Chair in Sustainable Technology.[...]
More than 100 alumni representing 30 years of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Model United Nations delegations that won awards at National Model United Nations competitions gathere[...]
Electric cars, solar panels and organic food—going green can be expensive. But for Business Success Center (BSC) outreach program manager Kim Biedermann at the University of Wiscon[...]
Ten stand-out University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni have been chosen by the UW Oshkosh Alumni Association to be awarded for their achievements at Homecoming 2014. Five alumni will[...]
Thirteen educational “points of entry” in one region. Two four-year state institutions from which to earn a diploma. One high-demand career field with a need for locally-developed [...]
Student Michael Patt working in the ERIC lab at UW Oshkosh.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh chemistry major and men’s basketball player Michael Patt’s first time outside of the United States came through his internship with the Viessmann Gr[...]