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A new Sustainability Institute for Regional Transformations at UW Oshkosh has the goal of engaging stakeholders from throughout the state and beyond.[...]
UW Oshkosh students who want an easy and affordable way to get around campus are encouraged to rent a bike through the University’s Outdoor Adventure Center.[...]
UW Oshkosh students are sharing environmentally conscious ideas with the City of Oshkosh.[...]
A UW Oshkosh hydrogeologist brings 30 years of experience studying the dolomite aquifer to help sort out Kewaunee County’s well water contamination issues.[...]
UWO alumnus Bryan Ernst ‘12, of Ripon, is an entrepreneur who started Ernessi Organics, an original hydroponics system that grows herbs and vegetables.[...]
Tree-planting, recycling, an activist speaker and river cleanups are part of a full slate of Earth Week activities. UW Oshkosh Earth Week runs April 17 through April 22.[...]
Ruffed Grouse Society Magazine recently featured an article about the sustainable efforts alumnus Luke Whitburn ’98, has made on his 80-acre property in Upper Michigan.[...]
Through a general education class at UW Oshkosh, students had an opportunity to work on a project with the city forester and a city planner at Riverside Cemetery.[...]
“The oldest task in human history is to live on a piece of land without spoiling it” is an Aldo Leopold quote commonly shared in Laura Hartman’s classroom. In 2015, Hartman s[...]
Campus will transform into a colossal carnival to dazzle and delight alumni, students, faculty and staff--it's Homecoming 2016![...]