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The 2008 issue of the research journal Oshkosh Scholar highlights not only the creative and scholarly abilities of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh undergraduates, but also their co[...]
It isn’t Mick Alderson’s technical prowess that earned him the 2008 Founder’s Award; it was his commitment to promoting theater within the Midwest section of the U.S. Institute for[...]
Among a blur of papers, the constant buzzing of machinery and an interesting odor of print toner is Pattie Adkins, a computer print technologist at the University of Wisconsin Oshk[...]
Graduating class speaker Jessica Kamrath, of Oshkosh, spoke of her decision to return to college for a second bachelor’s degree, the support of her friends and family, and the impo[...]
Graduating class speaker Vanessa Virbitsky evoked laughter and tears with her address at UW Oshkosh’s 2008 Commencement Ceremony.[...]
Following three years of record-breaking graduating classes, the largest group of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students receives degrees at the 134th Spring Commencement ceremon[...]
“Public Enemies” might be the biggest movie to be filmed in Oshkosh, but it’s not the only one to take advantage of the locale or tap into local talent.[...]
With the semester almost over, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students are looking forward to a summer of sun, fun — and research related to Ramsey numbers, invasive algae and the[...]
After graduating from UW Oshkosh with a Master of Science in Teaching, Julie Seckar-Anderson became a speech and language pathologist. She never expected to make a career out of he[...]