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As members of an endangered species in North America, the population of whooping cranes has only been sustained by releasing additional adult cranes into the wild from captivity. K[...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh microbiology graduate student Roland Hernandez has always known he wanted to work in science research. “I never changed my major,” Herna[...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh microbiology graduate student Amanda Prigan is not used to working in the field. However, when she and other students embarked on a survey of tick-b[...]
Thirteen University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student scholars presented their research Tuesday at the fall 2017 Ronald E. McNair Showcase. Much of the work on display took place over t[...]
A team of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh sociology faculty and students are embarking on leading-edge research into the successes and challenges of refugee resettlement. Paul Van [...]
Blue tears. Devil horns. Dazed eyes. These artistic features drawn by young patients with diabetes can reveal thoughts and feelings that may be hard to verbalize, according to a re[...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students are on a quest to uncover the history of the institution through the stories and reflections of dozens of faculty, staff and alumni. The UW[...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh biologist Morgan Churchill is part of a study released today that reports a new genus and species of extinct dolphin from more than 25 million years[...]
Senior Max Schwid found working on research to be a valuable learning experience and helped him develop a relationship with faculty mentor Eric Hiatt.[...]
Professor and alternative careers in teaching director Michael Beeth will be leading the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh as co-principal investigator in the upcoming Network Retent[...]