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There are two kinds of street photographers in the world―those who wait in one spot for the shot and those who keep walking. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh associate journalism p[...]
Friendship remains an important aspect of life for people with mild to moderate dementia, according to a recent University of Wisconsin Oshkosh study. Research by alumnus David Gav[...]
Student researchers presented on a variety of topics at Posters in the Rotunda and at the UW System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, both in Madison.[...]
The immense size of the current, publicly accessible DNA databases can make manual processing prohibitive. A student-faculty research project at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh[...]
The conclusion that music training could impact every kind of intelligence is leap in logic at the very least, according to Frances Rauscher, a psychology professor who co-conducte[...]
Two University of Wisconsin Oshkosh education professors will discuss the importance of teaching to students’ strengths and interests at a Research to Reception Speaker Series even[...]
The 17th annual Celebration of Scholarship will showcase more than 85 research projects spanning an array of academic disciplines and conducted by University of Wisconsin Oshkosh s[...]
Nine members of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh teaching community are expanding their research agendas, participating in a new study and embarking on an international collabor[...]
In fits and starts over the past decade, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh English professor and poet Pamela Gemin penned her latest book of poetry, “Another Creature.”[...]