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The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's own chancellor will spend about 15 hours in a flatbed truck traveling the nearly 1,000 miles from Georgia to Wisconsin to bring the 230-foot-l[...]
Though it is called a tapestry, the Bayeux Tapestry is not a tapestry, which were woven, but rather an embroidered “pictorial hanging” made of 18"-tall linen that is roughly 230 fe[...]
The exhibition of the Bayeux Tapestry at UW Oshkosh was the brainchild of Chancellor Andrew Leavitt.[...]
Sometimes referred to as the “first British comic strip,” the 230 foot long tapestry uses embroidered images to tell the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England, culmin[...]
If March brings madness for the basketball players on the court and the fans filling out their brackets, think about what it’s like for the referees.[...]
For one University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student, the space race is something very real, is very now, and is much closer to home.[...]
Founded in 1966 at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, the state’s oldest literary journal—the “Wisconsin Review”—is celebrating its 50 year anniversary. The spring 2016 issue, av[...]
The UW Oshkosh Information Technology One Button Studio project is one of 15 projects funded by the 2015 UW System Innovation Program.[...]
UW Oshkosh has embarked on the critical journey of implementing a new strategic plan that will focus on the core priorities of student success, academic excellence, campus effectiv[...]
Stuart Stotts, author and storyteller, presented his workshop, Storytelling magic: enhancing children’s oral language, reading and writing to elementary education students in Lenor[...]