The sweeping and innovative redesign of how the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh offers a high-value, high-impact general education is designed to take student learning to a new plateau. And it is going to become reality in fall 2013.
Lori Carrell, professor of communication and interim director of the University Studies Program at UW Oshkosh, writes a compelling story, "Learning Our Own Liberal Arts Lessons."
UW Oshkosh's Gateway Success initiative was featured in the Spring 2013 issue of Diversity & Democracy, a publication of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U).
Connect: After completing Quest I, II and III, you will reflect on your Quest and Explore learning experiences in an advanced writing course.
AAC&U National Report Just Released: "Employers More Interested in Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Than College Major"
In a national report just released by the American Association of Colleges & Universities, the results are shared from a study on "employers’ priorities for the kinds of learning today’s college students need to succeed in today’s economy."
As our campus community collaborates to create the new University Studies Program (USP), UW Oshkosh anticipates the need for part-and full-time instructors for the 2013-2014 academic year.