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Michael DCamp and Hunter Nelson, both of Oshkosh, are graduating from UW Oshkosh after completing rigorous academic studies in the global languages and cultures program.
Fine and Performing Arts, Headlines, Humanities,
May 12, 2022

UW Oshkosh student Hope Sievert is graduating Dec. 14 with rare double degrees in nursing and Spanish. She will work as a registered nurse at ThedaCare Regional Medical Center.
Headlines, Humanities, Nursing
December 9, 2019

UWO alumna Cassandra Boettcher moved to Los Angeles looking for a career that would bring together her love of languages, history, foreign films and music.
Alumni News, Headlines, Humanities
May 29, 2019

Yoshiro Hanai, associate professor and program coordinator of Japanese Studies in the global languages and cultures department, was selected as the spring 2023 recipient of the UWO Faculty/Instructional Academice Staff Adviser Award.
July 31, 2023

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alumni Relations Office has received the following death notices: ‘40s Charlotte (Angle) Bur (EHS) ’45, Stuart, Florida, Oct. 10, 2022 ‘50s Clarence Landry (EHS) ’52 and (EHS) ’53, Arcata, California, Oct. 22, 2022 Evelyn Schwartz (EHS) ’54, Porterfield, Oct. 24, 2022 ‘60s Dennis Coulahan (LS) ’64, Fond du Lac, Nov. […]
Alumni News, Class Notes and Obituaries
December 2, 2022

UWO gradate Max Honzik '19, is working in Berlin, Germany at a tech company that is focused on the fight against climate change.
Alumni News, Headlines, , Sustainability
July 28, 2022

Interim Dean Kimberly Rivers brings a historian's perspective to her Titans Return update for UWO's College of Letters and Science. Find out how faculty and staff have reflected on and adapted to changes brought on by the pandemic as they prepare for the upcoming academic year and a fall full of sesquicentennial events and activities.
Fine and Performing Arts, Fond du Lac Campus, Fox Cities Campus, Headlines, Humanities, Math and Natural Science,
August 16, 2021

New UWO alumna Cheyanne Grunow decided to attend graduate school in Spain after studying abroad during college.
Alumni News, Features, Fine and Performing Arts, Humanities
July 12, 2021

Foreign language instructor Alice de Barcza was quite possibly the most interesting woman to ever teach at UW Oshkosh.
Alumni News, Campus Life, Features,
March 10, 2021

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic was the focus of remarks at the UW Oshkosh Opening Day Convocation for faculty and staff.
Campus Life, Features, Stories
September 9, 2020