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The following academic staff members have received support through the Faculty Development Program:

Academic Staff Component

  • Kathryn Griffiths (Biology & Microbiology) attended the Annual Midwest Conference of Parasitologists at Notre Dame, Indiana from June 23-25, 2011.
  • Joshua Ranger (Library) will attend the Archives Leadership Institute in Madison, Wisconsin, July 17-23, 2011.
  • Kathleen Donnelly (Theatre) will attend the 2011 Costume Symposium Workshop in Edwardsville, Missouri, July 27-31, 2011.

UW Oshkosh received supplemental support in the amount of $27,805 from the National Science Foundation for RUI: Galactic Spiral Structure Reassessment: A Precision Photometry Approach to Complete Homogeneous Samples, 2011. The total amount awarded to this project to date is $194,147. Nadejda Kaltcheva (Physics & Astronomy) is the project director.

UW Oshkosh received $50,000 from the University of Wisconsin System for year two of New Pathways to Underserved Student Success: Supplemental Instruction and Peer Educators. This brings the total award for this project to $97,500. Carleen Vande Zande (Provost’s Office) is the project director.

UW Oshkosh received $65,835 from the University of Wisconsin System for the Titan Transfer Center collaboration. Carleen Vande Zande (Provost’s Office) and Paul Gedlinski (Admissions) are project directors.

UW Oshkosh received $2,000 from the UW System Institute on Race and Ethnicity for Stew and Passing Strange. The grant will fund a campus visit by Stew, a Tony award-winning singer, songwriter and playwright. Don Dingledine (English) is project director.

UW Oshkosh received $592,718 from the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families for Workforce Development Training and Learning Management System Services for SFY 2012. Renee Rickert (CCDET) is the project director.

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