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Johns Hopkins, Michigan, Alaska and Rutgers university presenters are bringing the national conversation about engraining civility in higher education to a UW Oshkosh and UW System[...]
“My students are inspiring. Coming from diverse backgrounds culturally and linguistically, they build a community in which I am honored to be a participant."[...]
It is not an everyday occurrence that students get to apply their classroom knowledge to real life experiences like University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students did recently on their t[...]
Assistant Political Science Professor Tracy Hoffmann Slagter can be described as having one of the most positive, bubbly personalities of any faculty or staff member on campus. Of [...]
Zimride, the newest way for University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty, staff and students to save money, help the environment and possibly make new friends, is increasing in populari[...]
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Office of Admissions Community Liaison Team’s proactive efforts to promote diversity and create a more inclusive campus community will be recogn[...]
Cairo, Egypt—known as one of the oldest ancient cities in the world and currently a place of protest—is home to alumnus Kim Nerenhausen and his fifth grade class, who are being men[...]
Greece, Peru, Scotland and China—these are just a few countries that will be represented at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s spring Study Abroad Fair Feb. 9. [...]
As soon as we are born, we are reading faces, responding to smiles and smirks and interpreting body movements.That’s according to Mac Fulfer, an expert and author on the topic who [...]
The fifth volume of “Oshkosh Scholar,” showcases the research of nine exceptional undergraduates with topics ranging from “Trade and Poverty in the Developing World,” to “The Benef[...]