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The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh released $1.2 million to more than 800 students this month to help increase affordability as part of a realized cost savings. Eight hundred and [...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Philip Whitebloom ’80, of Elkridge, Maryland, has made his mark in the world of sales.[...]
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UWO sociology professor Jeremiah Bohr is using Big Data to analyze social media use by presidential candidates.[...]
Faculty Mentor Courtney Kurtz works in the lab with her students
For University of Wisconsin Oshkosh assistant professor of biology Courtney Kurtz, the most gratifying part of her job is taking students to conferences and meetings.[...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alumni Association President Scott Barr ’86, of Appleton, kicked off the 2016-2017 term last week by leading the Board of Directors in a summer retr[...]
Photo of a micro building of Polk Library made entirely of Legos
Polk Library at UW Oshkosh is home to a variety of artwork, and its most recent artwork purchase is a model of Polk Library built from 4,900+ Legos.[...]
During his professional career, James Hoffman ‘75 and MS ‘82, has been a teacher or administrator at all four levels of public education–elementary, middle and high school an[...]
The 10th issue of UW Oshkosh’s undergraduate research journal Oshkosh Scholar showcases the investigations of seven students from six disciplines.[...]
A male and female student carry a futon on the UWO campus
Students at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh diverted 5,365 pounds of waste May 12-13 while moving out of the residence halls, including 860 pounds of food that was donated to t[...]
As a nurse and humanitarian, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Emily Akright ’10, of Madison, has a wide range of experience from treating post-surgical and trauma patients in[...]