The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh officially made its mark on downtown Oshkosh with the May opening of the Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel and Convention Center.
Hundreds of people from the Oshkosh and campus communities attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the renovated, 176-room, business hotel, which
What all 10 of the 2013 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alumni Association award winners have in common, of course, is a degree from UWO and a good dose of Titan pride. After that, their life stories are as varied as their majors.
Four new members were elected to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alumni Association’s Board of Directors in May.
The 24-member, volunteer board works to build connections among alumni, students and the University. The new members include:
Tom Boyson ’72, of Oshkosh
Paula (Vermeern) Dinse ’07, of Oshkosh
If you dream it, you can do it.
— Walt Disney
Success comes in many forms and can be defined in numerous ways as you’ll read in this innovative issue of Engage. But no matter how it is characterized, success truly is our focus in serving
Success is not a secret. It’s a story… a bunch of true stories, really. We invited a small panel of seven University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty members, students and alumni—most of them complete strangers to one another—to muse on and share how they define
Giving back is part of Cymone Jones’ character. And it’s the focus of her education at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. But there was a point at which she didn’t think college would be an option.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni Russ and Jean Hutchison feel passionately about giving a future student the same kind of opportunity they had in attending UW Oshkosh.
Every edition, we spend an afternoon at the diverse campus crossroads that is Reeve Memorial Union and pose a question to some of the faculty, staff, students and visitors we meet.
What is your greatest success?
Oshkosh Orators: Students Earl McDougal, Charles Velte, Forest Sorenson and Chris Rupp, from the left, all members of the Oshkosh Normal Oratorical Association, prepare for an April 1905 debate against the Milwaukee Normal School.