Two University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni are championing inclusivity by promoting the benefits of hearing loops and similar technology that enhance daily life for those with hearing loss.
Chris Prust ‘72 and MSE ‘83, was born with hearing loss but didn’t start wearing hearing aids until
Miriam Olmsted (EHS) ’39, Fond du Lac, May 7, 2017
Donald Brink (EHS) ’48, Sister Bay, Jan. 27, 2017
Arlene May (Kellerman) Drews (EHS) ’49, Appleton, Jan. 14, 2017
Merrilla (Fiedler) Hannon (EHS) ’44, Green Bay, March 19, 2017
Margaret Mary Kilawee (EHS) ’47, (EHS) ’54, Sturgeon Bay, Dec.
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Appleton residents Doug and Carla Salmon have a passion for education. They began their philanthropic work in 1999 with the sole purpose of removing or easing financial barriers for college students facing tremendous obstacles to earning their degrees.
“The best way to ensure someone can change
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” – Mahatma Gandhi
After graduating from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh with a degree in economics and working in the business field, Michelle Willis ‘89, of South Holland, Illinois, soon realized
53 Richard Smith (BS), of Bradenton, Florida, wrote Life After Eighty: A Personal Perspective on Living Well and Staying Happy, available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
64 Mary Anne Hill (LS) and (MSE) ’71, of Oneida, helped create the Wall of Hope and Healing, a
Six families with University of Wisconsin Oshkosh ties have gone camping together every fourth weekend of July since 1985.
Lorraine (Sheets) Bowen ’39, Oshkosh, Oct. 24, 2016
Ethelyn F. (Furman) Theisen (EHS) ’39 and ’41, Loyal, June 22, 2016
Ruby (Herzberg) Abendroth (EHS) ’48, Greenville, July 4, 2016
Furman Allen (BS) ’41, Dublin, Ohio, Feb. 28, 2016
Ralph Anthony Breit (EHS) ’47, Fond du Lac, Oct. 25, 2016
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