For Garrett Denning, a newly formed arm muscle was the turning point in his transition, something that made him happy and feel like himself.
That muscle in his arm—a characteristic of a man, Denning felt at the time—was what kept him going in the early days
After navigating the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus together for the past five years, it was only fitting that nontraditional special education major Ann Mittelstadt, of Beaver Dam, would want her service dog, Tory, to accompany her as she walked the stage at spring commencement.
In a digital world, there is just something about getting a handwritten note in the mail—it’s meaningful, impactful and personal.
Traveling abroad has changed everything about Kelsey McDaniels’ life.
Traveling shaped her undergraduate journey at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, her career choice and her relationship with her sister.
Kelsey first studied abroad as part of a European Odyssey trip her junior year of college. It was
UW Oshkosh has 90,000 alumni who live all over the world, including in countries beyond the United States like Japan, Pakistan, Russia, South Korea and Turkey.
UW Oshkosh students can now become Global Scholars, a 12-credit, self-directed path for those who wish to distinguish themselves as
You can see the extra hustle and bustle come autumn when students head back to the city. You can hear the buzz in near-campus restaurants, and frequently, people are outside to rally around sporting events and causes.
“I wanted to create a scholarship for someone who was a high achiever
UW Oshkosh’s Lincoln Hall is the meeting place for minds of all ages.
There’s art in blending your passion and paycheck. UW Oshkosh artists are making a living as they make our world beautiful.
A lot has changed since Cheryl Mellenthin graduated with a bachelor’s degree in nursing in 1979.