Spread the Word
Reference the UW Oshkosh brand name and your degree when being profiled for your achievements. Also, inform others of our points of pride, including our AACSB accreditation and the 95th percentile ETS business exam results for both BBA and MBA students (Spring 2008-2012).
Recruit Students to UW Oshkosh COB
Undergraduate and MBA viewbooks are an excellent tool in recruiting new students to UW Oshkosh. Contact the college Undergraduate Office to receive copies of our undergraduate viewbooks and to receive the MBA viewbook contact the MBA office at (920) 424-0186 or email@example.com.
Help Place Internships
UW Oshkosh’s eager and ambitious interns can provide your company with cost-effective assistance and valuable insight. If you or your company may be interested in hiring an intern, contact our COB internship director by phone at (920) 424-4602 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Host an MBA Information Event
MBA-educated employees are an asset to your company. UW Oshkosh’s MBA Program is nationally accredited and well-respected by employers. Encourage your employees to consider an MBA by hosting an MBA information event. Contact the MBA Office at email@example.com.
Lend Your Expertise
Give back to your alma mater by offering to guest lecture in an undergraduate or graduate class, speak at a student organization meeting or participate in one-on-one mock interviews, job shadowing or Dining with Professionals. Contact the college office at (920) 424-1444 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
College to Career Conference (C2C)
What is C2C?
College to Career Conference is designed for College of Business (COB) students to learn how to network from professionals and have the opportunity to put their education into action with you! Unlike a job fair, students, businesses, faculty and staff will all be moving throughout a room like a business after hours event.
While networking at the Oshkosh Convention Center, students will learn about your organization as well as internship and full-time opportunities you have available. This is your only chance to interact with business students in one arena. We are expecting over 375 students at the event.
What are the benefits?
Meet unique COB students with a wide variety of talents
Great tool for promoting your organization
Exposure to students, staff, and faculty
Develop a long lasting relationship with the College of Business
Enjoyable and fun event!
At UW Oshkosh’s College of Business, corporate partnerships are essential to our continued success. Relationships with local and national corporations allow us to continue to provide our students with innovative, high-impact learning experiences. Mutually beneficial, the College of Business’ talented students contribute immediately to your company’s success as interns or new hires.
UW Oshkosh’s eager and ambitiouscan provide great value to your organization by contributing fresh ideas and providing temporary assistance with special projects.
Recruiting a UW Oshkosh Graduate
The College of Business continues to graduate exceptional students that become business leaders in today’s global society. Contact UW Oshkosh’sto find out how to post job opportunities through the Titan Jobs service, participate in job fairs and conduct on-campus interviews.
Lend your expertise by offering to guest lecture in a class, speak at a student organization meeting or participate in one-on-one mock interviews, job shadowing,or Dining with Professionals.
Businesses in East Central Wisconsin are encouraged to take advantage of the area’s free or moderately-pricedto help you improve your business and connect with other local businesses. These services include the Small Business Development Center, Center for Community Partnership and Wisconsin Family Business Forum.
Ourhas expertise in a wide range of business topics, from internet marketing to international finance.
Supporting the College of Business
enable us to continue to provide our students with innovative academic programs, an outstanding faculty, updated facilities and the latest technology.
CBAA Scholarship and Recipients
Applicants must be full-time undergraduate students admitted in good standing to the College of Business with a declared major(s) in business.
Applicants must be a student at UW Oshkosh the fall semester of the year they receive the scholarship.
Applicant must show evidence of extracurricular activities (either work-related or part of volunteer experience with a student club or other organization) which contribute to the student developing leadership skills, oral and written communication skills, teamwork abilities, interpersonal skills and technical and computer-related skills.
Applicants must possess good leadership skills and other attributes important for business success.
Applicants must possess the minimum GPA to be accepted in good standing into the College of Business.
The scholarship will be held at the Cashier’s Office for payment against the recipient’s fall tuition expenses.
The dollar amount of the scholarship will be a minimum of $750. The CBAA board of directors can determine to give more than one award if the principle of the fund warrants this.
This scholarship is an annual award and is not intended to be renewable for the recipient.
The recipient is presented with a certificate at the UW Oshkosh Honors and Awards Ceremony in the spring of each year by a CBAA board member.
College of Business Alumni Association (CBAA) Scholarship Recipients
2019 Allison Raddant, Accounting, Economics and Finance
2019 Drew Krepline, Economics and Finance
2018 Luiz Gustavo Caputo Spim, Finance and Management
2018 Jacob Hoffman, Information Systems
2017 Katrina Schiedemeyer, Supply Chain
2017 Kaitlyn Peksa, Human Resources
2016 Matthew Arend, Accounting and Information Systems
2015 Hillary Johnson, Human Resources
2015 Jubilee Krump, Accounting and Finance
2014 Kristin Kozlovsky, Accounting and Finance
2013 Robert Bellile, Accounting and Finance
2013 Maggie Nett, Marketing
2012 Jonathan Dudzinski, Accounting and Finance
2012 Michelle Farr, Human Resources
2011 Ann Duginske, Marketing
2010 Marian Rothkegel, Supply Chain and Operations Management
2010 Kyle Ackeret, Human Resources
2009 LeNee Xiong, Human Resource Management
2009 Austin Volden, Accounting and Economics
2008 Jennifer Blohm, Accounting
2008 Ashley Schroeder, Human Resource Management
2007 Kelly Maly, Marketing
2006 Eric Stetler, Accounting, Finance and Economics
2005 Zachary Stockero, Accounting and MIS
2004 Cliff Moll, Finance
2003 Dep Bui, MIS,
2003 Hoang Tran, MIS
2002 Luke Strand, Human Resource Management
2001 Heidi L. Reinke, Marketing
2000 F. Justin Briski, Operations Management
1999 Carrie Anderson, Marketing
1998 Brett Davis, Marketing
1997 Seth A. Smith, Accounting and Finance