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A visiting scholar from Turkey will share insights into the study of science education and cross-cultural differences in educational research during a presentation May 15 at the Un[...]
With the semester almost over, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students are looking forward to a summer of sun, fun — and research related to Ramsey numbers, invasive algae and the[...]
Winners of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s 15th-annual Celebration of Scholarship might not have answers to all of life’s mysteries, but they’re off to a good start.[...]
Martin Gruberg, who conducted a comprehensive study of disaster responses, recently learned that his manuscript “The Politics of Disasters” has been accepted for publication by Edw[...]
From the artistic to the analytical, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh undergraduate and graduate students will show off their abilities at the 15th-annual Celebration of Scholarship[...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty members have the opportunity to take their research to the next level with a new University Research Professor/Associate Program.[...]
Thick mats of green algae, seed dispersal by rodents and the largest star-forming field in the Milky Way will be among the research topics highlighted by University of Wisconsin Os[...]
Sometimes teachers have to study, too. Four College of Education and Human Services faculty members at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will investigate aspects of special ed[...]
In the midst of flu season, not many people will claim to have a passion for the flu like Teri Shors, a microbiology professor at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. It was bot[...]
All the notes were played. But that’s not what a musician wants to hear following a concert, said University of Wisconsin Oshkosh music department chair Charles Isaacson.[...]