Ten talented UW Oshkosh alumni will receive top honors from their alma mater.
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
30s Adeline (Trapp) Marty (EHS) ’32, Deforest, May 11, 2016 40s William Fell last year attended ’42, Oshkosh, Sept. 10, 2015 Kathryn (Miller) Grunwald (EHS) ’43 and MHS ’75, Winter Park, Fla., March 2, 2016 Rita Hein last year attended ’47, Appleton, April 16, 2016 LaVerne Evelyn (Lust) King (EHS) ’48,
Although the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s sesquicentennial celebration isn’t taking place until 2021, preparations are already underway as students in a University Studies Program Quest III course seek to collect the memories of UWO alumni, faculty and staff.
69 Robert Meisel (BS), of Alpine, Calif., is Clintonville Public School District’s 2016 recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Honoris award. 70 Douglas Feavel (LS), of Vincennes, Ind., has published A Storyteller’s Anthology, which contains 26 nonfiction stories promoting character portraits of ordinary men and women who