AGM Nature Preserve
A research and teaching opportunity is available for instructors and students at UW Oshkosh (all three campuses): the AGM Nature Preserve in Waupaca County. It has been made available to us by Helen and Ed Adams and offers possibilities for research and outdoor instruction on their historic farm and surrounding lands. The land includes 80 acres of wooded property, a pond, a limestone ledge, and a small cave. In addition, there is 70 acres with 4 patches of prairie, wetlands, shallow water dikes and spruce plantations. The property was an active dairy farm and has been in the managed forestry program for 50 years.
Consider field trips for your classes or collaborative research projects for you and your students. Plan a visit now to see what you can do, Faculty please review the visiting procedures for the land.
COOPERATIVE ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM (CAPP)
The UW Oshkosh Cooperative Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) gives High school students an opportunity to kickstart their college career by earning college credits while still in high school.
UW Oshkosh CAPP partners with area high schools to provide college courses taught by certified high school teachers. You receive both high school and college credit for your work, thereby decreasing your time to earn a college degree. LEARN MORE
ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND INNOVATION CENTER (ERIC)
The Environmental Research and Innovation Center (ERIC) at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh serves as a research and testing center for environmental health professionals, and industries looking to evaluate materials for biogas potential. In addition, staff and students conduct a variety of customized research projects focused on sustainability and environmental management. LEARN MORE
UW SYSTEM ALLIANCE FOR INCLUSION, DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND ADVANCEMENT IN STEM
The mission of the Alliance for Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Advancement in STEM, housed on the UW Oshkosh campus, is to attract and retain more women and minority students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) by promoting systematic changes in the ways that science and science education are regarded and carried out within the University of Wisconsin System, the Wisconsin community and beyond. In particular, the program seeks to increase faculty expertise in inclusive and student-centered pedagogy and to promote campus & classroom climates that attract and retain women and minority students in STEM disciplines. LEARN MORE