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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 [...]
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[...]
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,[...]
A study by two UW Oshkosh researchers indicates that play time helps reduce stress for both children and their parents living in homeless shelters.[...]
A passion for the environment and his fellow Menominee people drives UW Oshkosh senior Tom Kenote's academic goals.[...]
“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. [...]
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.[...]
“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..."[...]
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.[...]