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The 17th annual Celebration of Scholarship will showcase more than 85 research projects spanning an array of academic disciplines and conducted by University of Wisconsin Oshkosh s[...]
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Model United Nations team represented two countries and received two Honorable Mention Awards at the 2010 National Model United Nations competit[...]
A new event will focus on conversation, education and support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) students and their allies at the University of Wisconsin Osh[...]
Nearly 1,000 Special Olympics athletes will travel to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh April 9-11 to compete in state basketball and gymnastics tournaments.[...]
The following announcements were supplied by the Office of Grants and Faculty Development.[...]
After nearly two decades of service, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Director of Athletics Allen Ackerman announced March 31 that he is retiring effective January 2011.[...]
"Since I was 16, I knew I wanted to be a social worker. I have always been concerned about the needs of children and families, and even as an undergraduate social work major, I was[...]
In fits and starts over the past decade, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh English professor and poet Pamela Gemin penned her latest book of poetry, “Another Creature.”[...]
Some of America's top young wrestlers were showcased when the United States Olympic Education Center's men's Greco-Roman wrestling team battled Japan in an international dual meet [...]
March Madness will descend on the city of Oshkosh as nearly 1,000 Special Olympics athletes shoot hoops on the basketball court and twirl ribbons on the gymnasium floor at the 34th[...]