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Two University of Wisconsin Oshkosh business professors have challenged the best-selling book, “Good to Great” in a paper published in the November 2008 issue of the Academy of Man[...]
The Black Thursday Remembered exhibit opening Friday, Nov. 21, at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will include plenty of historic dates, facts and documents. But it’s the real-[...]
Two headline-making scientists with the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s College of Business will present “From Wall Street to Main Street: How Economic Policies Impact Behaviors”[...]
Three University of Wisconsin Oshkosh research and curriculum development projects recently received funding for 2008-2009 from the UW System Institute on Race and Ethnicity.[...]
A special research initiative at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is giving seven faculty and staff members extra support to investigate mysteries located deep in the earth, hig[...]
Unsettling Wall Street woes and a captivating presidential campaign have Americans glued to the nightly news. But perhaps no one is keeping a closer watch on the nation’s economy a[...]
Today, students at UW Oshkosh have more time with advisers, more time to explore majors and careers, and greater access to information about policies and procedures regarding gener[...]
As one of 13 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh McNair Scholars working on research projects with faculty mentors this summer, Aaryn Mustoe has been studying how songbirds metabolical[...]
One University of Wisconsin Oshkosh professor’s research gained international attention earlier this year at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching’s (NARST) ann[...]
When a student cries, “It’s Greek to me!” in a general physics class, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh physics professor Mark Lattery takes them seriously.[...]