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More waste to digester, better biking, certificate programs part of new sustainability plan
Newly approved, version 2.0 doesn’t compromise on the University’s commitment to new, challenging and campuswide sustainability goals.
15 Sep 2014
Track and cross country champ, academic star… mom: Cazzola in Regents’ spotlight
NCAA track champion. Nationally-recognized and awarded student-athlete. Mom of two. Quite a resume. Then again, Christy Cazzola is quite a Titan.
22 Aug 2014
UW Oshkosh reaches 21st in Sierra’s ‘Cool Schools 2014’ national rankings
When it comes to universities’ “greenness,” UW Oshkosh is 21st best in the U.S., according to a national magazine’s rigorous rankings.
15 Aug 2014
Side-by-side, UWO, middle school scientists explore STEM, renewable energy research in ‘Kilowatt’ camp
UWO’s first-ever “Capture Some Kilowatts!” summer science camp, a one-week immersion into renewable energy, brought middle schoolers to campus.
08 Aug 2014
In B-17 flight, UWO student-veteran finds deep connection to grandfather’s war story
“...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."
22 Jul 2014
Students’ research helps housing coalition peer through lens of homeless
Ten UW Oshkosh students, charged by the Fox Cities Housing Coalition (FCHC), volunteered research time hoping to give FCHC new perspectives.
01 Jul 2014
2014 Viessmann-UW Oshkosh ‘Leadership Development Program’ concludes
"...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
27 Jun 2014
Where Crock-Pots and sushi meet: English students, professor embrace cross-cultural experiences
“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.
17 Jun 2014
UWO professor named first-ever Viessmann Endowed Chair in Sustainable Technology
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.
10 Jun 2014
Passion, research and mentorship shape geology student
“Research is exciting because I learn how the process works,” geology student Amanda Doherty said.
05 Jun 2014