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On the 45th anniversary of the day the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and broader community would come to know as ‘Black Thursday,’ a new scholarship–one created to su[...]
James Paulson, an 8th grade student at the time, was on his way to the orthodontist in Washington D.C. and witnessed the emotional fallout in the nation’s Capital. Mary Zwicke was [...]
With a smile that is contagious, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior Jolene Prahl is known as a talented hard worker, even in the midst of hard personal times. Her peers and col[...]
Fifteen years ago this fall, one of the most infamous hate crimes in the nation’s history captured attention and headlines around the country and the globe. The murder of Matthew S[...]
A University of Wisconsin Oshkosh human services student is taking civic engagement and service to the national level as she takes seat on the advisory board for one of the nation’[...]
When students graduate from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s College of Education and Human Services, they enjoy a host of career opportunities. With 27 schools in the Oshkosh[...]
Pictures were yet to be hung. The furniture was sparse. She was still moving in. But among the things well in place and front and center on Dr. Sylvia Carey-Butler’s office desk in[...]
Most of us know about student teaching. But what about online, or virtual, student teaching?… Mike Wilbert, a special education major, is the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s firs[...]
It is the ultimate “rock-star parking.” No car, no parking spot required. Doesn’t get much greener than that. Monday, Nov. 18 marks the start of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh[...]
There is just something about horses and their relationship to people. Horses have a power and gentleness, a knowing, a grace that can disarm us, unlock our humanness, reveal infor[...]