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Although the word “sabbatical” means “to rest from work,” there’ll be no recess in 2014-2015 for two UWO art professors and nine other faculty members. [...]
UWO’s first-ever “Capture Some Kilowatts!” summer science camp, a one-week immersion into renewable energy, brought middle schoolers to campus.[...]
A 2013, collaborative historical exhibit in Neenah that focused on Cold War culture in America and atomic-age hysteria earned an Award of Merit from the American Association for St[...]
Ten UW Oshkosh students, charged by the Fox Cities Housing Coalition (FCHC), volunteered research time hoping to give FCHC new perspectives.[...]
Geology student Amanda Doherty examines slides from data she collected for her research in a lab in Harrington Hall.
“Research is exciting because I learn how the process works,” geology student Amanda Doherty said. [...]
Morgan Counts’ job was hardly a one-day, or even one-semester, task: Help make a magazine, UW Oshkosh’s annual faculty “scholarship and inspiration” magazine. [...]
Eight UW Oshkosh students had the opportunity to share their creative and scholarly works at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. [...]
When you think of Hollywood, you might think of celebrities, glitz and glamour; but for one University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student, the California hot spot meant research. Yes, re[...]
I say “zebra mussels.” You say “bad.” Maybe even “BOO!” That about sums it up for the diminutive, sharp-shelled mollusks that, in the mid-1980s, invaded Wisconsin’s hallowed waterw[...]
Starting out as a newspaper reporter in Baltimore, Professor Miles Maguire got the kind of minimalist training that many other journalists have received over the years—not much mor[...]