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First-generation college grad shares experience as scientist, graduate student
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh provides a solid base for budding scientists like alumna Kelly Genskow ’13, of Atlanta, Ga., who double majored in biology and chemistry before
19 Mar 2015
Field Trip Fund benefits geology students
While most scholarships established with the UWO Foundation benefit one or two students per year, the Jones/LaBerge Geology Field Trip Fund supports field trips for several classe
06 Mar 2015
Fulbright scholar to discuss Welcome to Sarajevo movie
Visiting Fulbright scholar and media policy researcher Mirza Mehmedovic, of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, will lead a screening of the 1997 movie Welcome to Sarajevo on Wednesday,
02 Mar 2015
Play time can relieve stress for homeless children
A study by two UW Oshkosh researchers indicates that play time helps reduce stress for both children and their parents living in homeless shelters.
16 Feb 2015
Environmental studies student, McNair Scholar prepares for graduate school
A passion for the environment and his fellow Menominee people drives UW Oshkosh senior Tom Kenote's academic goals.
28 Jan 2015
In harvesting farmers’ stories, Quest III student-historians sharpen skills
“The class forced us to dig a lot deeper. Documenting history is important to both education and history,” said a student of a USP Quest III class.
26 Nov 2014
Psychology Colloquium features grad student research
Each year, the UWO psychology department gives grad students a chance to explore questions that can help better explain the causes and effects of human behavior.
10 Nov 2014
From UWO to UNO, alumnus pursues passion for research, teaching
Passion. It’s an emotion that drives us to do more, tackle challenges and achieve goals. For University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Aaryn Mustoe, ’09, his passion for
05 Nov 2014
University Scholarship luncheon recognizes, celebrates 2013-14 faculty research, creative activities
Faculty members gathered to spotlight and celebrate an array of research, scholarly and creative activities at the 2014 University Scholarship Recognition Luncheon.
24 Oct 2014
Caught mapping: Professors team up with newspaper to examine ‘Divided Wisconsin’
“If I put up the numbers, people’s eyes would glaze over. People can relate to this. You look at the state. You see the patterns..."
22 Oct 2014