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UW Oshkosh seniors Chris Rogers and Ann Duginske plan to speak about appreciating those who influenced them throughout their academic careers and what they have gained from attendi[...]
With English as her second language, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student Ka Mee Lee beat the odds as a first college graduate in her family.[...]
With a passion for sharing her love of science, Jacquelyn Topp, a secondary education major from Mazomanie, is one of 13 recipients of the 2011 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence. [...]
On May 14, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will present two honorary doctorates to innovative leaders who have made significant contributions to the University, region, state a[...]
On Jason Garland’s first day of class, he had a lot on his mind. He wondered if he, at age 26, would fit in with his younger peers and was concerned about using unfamiliar technolo[...]
As the annual Golden Titan reunion approaches on Saturday, May 14, Robert Kerrigan and Mary Jo (Krueger) Rasmussen, both 1961 graduates, look forward to renewing old acquaintances [...]
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is seeking honorary degree candidates of exceptional accomplishment and distinction for the spring 2011 commencement.[...]
Colleen Monroe, 37, has had a long time to think about the positive impact of higher education. After leaving the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 1993, she always considered ret[...]
During her sophomore year at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Stephanie Pink began having a terrible pain in her hip. The pain was to the point where she couldn’t go running an[...]
Graduating class speaker Nathan Michael, a supply chain and operations management major from Racine, urged his peers to remain humble while tackling the challenges that lie ahead a[...]