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No rest for UWO faculty taking sabbaticals in 2014-2015
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.
28 Aug 2014
Side-by-side, UWO, middle school scientists explore STEM, renewable energy research in ‘Kilowatt’ camp
UWO’s first-ever “Capture Some Kilowatts!” summer science camp, a one-week immersion into renewable energy, brought middle schoolers to campus.
08 Aug 2014
UWO, Neenah Historical Society collaborative Cold War exhibit earns national award
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
18 Jul 2014
Students’ research helps housing coalition peer through lens of homeless
Ten UW Oshkosh students, charged by the Fox Cities Housing Coalition (FCHC), volunteered research time hoping to give FCHC new perspectives.
01 Jul 2014
Passion, research and mentorship shape geology student
“Research is exciting because I learn how the process works,” geology student Amanda Doherty said.
05 Jun 2014
‘STEP’ behind the stories: Student helps produce entire edition of ‘Endeavors’
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.
12 May 2014
Eight UWO students present creative, scholarly works at national conference
Eight UW Oshkosh students had the opportunity to share their creative and scholarly works at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
25 Apr 2014
Student-faculty grant leads UWO history student to Hollywood
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
10 Apr 2014
Are zebra mussels unfairly shelled? Student’s research suggests so
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
11 Mar 2014
UWO professor ‘connects the DOT’ in authoring new journalism textbook
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
05 Mar 2014