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Jordan Karsten, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh anthropologist known for his work identifying human remains and helping police with “cold” cases, has helped identify an American soldier who disappeared in Normandy during World War II.
Headlines, Humanities
June 20, 2024

A Titan has earned a rare shot to earn a spot on Team USA. Davian Willems, who owns UW-Oshkosh men’s track & field’s indoor 60-meter and outdoor 100-meter dash records, will compete for a place on the United States’ Olympic Team at historic Hayward Field on the campus of the University of Oregon. Willems, an […]
Headlines
June 17, 2024

UW Oshkosh officials have announced students who qualified for the Dean’s List and University Honor Roll for the fall semester of 2023 across its three campuses.
Campus Life, Headlines
June 17, 2024

UW Oshkosh Professor Donald Hones has been selected by the U.S. Department of State for a 3-month English language specialist project focusing on public policy in Yemen.
Education and Human Services, Headlines
June 12, 2024

The talents and successes of 13 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni will be celebrated by their alma mater Oct. 18-19 during Homecoming 2024 weekend.
Alumni News, Headlines
June 10, 2024

Gov. Tony Evers has appointed UW Oshkosh student Desmond Adongo to the UW Board of Regents
Business, Headlines, Math and Natural Science, Sustainability
June 6, 2024

UW Oshkosh alumni Obituaries: June 2024
Alumni News, Briefs, Class Notes and Obituaries
June 5, 2024

UW Oshkosh alumni Class Notes: June 2024
Alumni News, Briefs, Class Notes and Obituaries
June 5, 2024

In as little as five years, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students could cross the graduation stage with both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a new, first-in-the-Midwest, sociology to MPA “4+1” program.
Headlines
June 4, 2024

The five peregrine falcon chicks hatched at the UWO nesting box atop Gruenhagen Hall as seen May 20, have been named after the Great Lakes. The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is home to an impressive family of peregrine falcon chicks that are inching closer to their first flights. Falcons Gaylord and Julia produced five offspring […]
Headlines, Sustainability
June 4, 2024