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NCAA track champion. Nationally-recognized and awarded student-athlete. Mom of two. Quite a resume. Then again, Christy Cazzola is quite a Titan.[...]
When it comes to universities’ “greenness,” UW Oshkosh is 21st best in the U.S., according to a national magazine’s rigorous rankings.[...]
UWO’s first-ever “Capture Some Kilowatts!” summer science camp, a one-week immersion into renewable energy, brought middle schoolers to campus.[...]
“...What we try to do is engage our students outside of the classroom. They are going to be students for a while, but they will be veterans forever." [...]
Ten UW Oshkosh students, charged by the Fox Cities Housing Coalition (FCHC), volunteered research time hoping to give FCHC new perspectives.[...]
"...It was very satisfying to be able to meld 18 individuals from four countries into a cohesive group who, together, are embarking upon a journey of personal and professional deve[...]
“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. [...]
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.[...]
Geology student Amanda Doherty examines slides from data she collected for her research in a lab in Harrington Hall.
“Research is exciting because I learn how the process works,” geology student Amanda Doherty said. [...]
At the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s 140th spring commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 17, more than 1,400 students became graduates. Commencement at UW Oshkosh brought [...]