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
In November, California Governor Jerry Brown appointed University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus John Erickson '09, of West Hollywood, to the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls.
Erickson, the first male to graduate from UWO with a women's studies degree, also is the first
A University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student who aspires to be a college professor is thrilled with the release of Vol. 11 of Oshkosh Scholar—a journal that features student research.
For the past year, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Lizzie Duffey ‘16, of McFarland, has been cruising around 28 U.S. states as a Hotdogger in the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile.
Confidence and a love of learning helped Melinda (Wulf) Hull ’12, land a spot in a perioperative nursing immersion clinical at Theda Clark during her final semester at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
“As she interviewed, I as well as the nurse leaders from Theda Clark
Melinda (Wulf) Hull '12, shares her hard-fought journey to graduate with a nursing degree from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, despite a diagnosis of congestive heart failure during her senior year.
I knew I always wanted to be a nurse. No one in my family had
A University of Wisconsin Oshkosh club that encourages undergraduate research is sparking meaningful conversation among student researchers from various disciplines.
UW Oshkosh senior Kathy Senn, of Oshkosh, recently took her scientific studies abroad.
[caption id="attachment_6724" align="alignleft" width="296"] 2015-2016 Model UN Executive Board from the left: Daniel Dennis, Allison Mahnke, Nicole Lehto, Valerie Hagen and Zack Stuebs.[/caption]
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Model United Nations team knows what it means to win big.
“For nearly four decades, the UW Oshkosh team
R. Shelly Lancaster, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh associate nursing professor, leads the medical surgical international clinic in India, which gives her students a global perspective on nursing care.
“I wanted students to be placed in this low-technology, low-resource setting so they could experience what it