Titan Life Stories
Beyond the everyday activities of the campus community, the stories shared here provide an opportunity for you to experience individual employee’s unique perspectives that allow us to be collaboratively innovative in how we meet our mission of serving students in an ever-changing global environment.
UW Oshkosh continually strives to create a path of greater cultural understanding and competence through openly identifying individual passions, and growing dialog around the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Who we are is what drives our strength as a community and creates opportunity for all to feel a part of something fantastically greater.
Feel free to reach out to the Workplace DEI Advisory Council if you have any questions, concerns, or would like to know more about what we are doing to create an inclusive university community. University resources are available near the bottom of the page. If you are a current UWO employee and would like to share your story, complete the interest form and join the conversation. We look forward to hearing from you.
He/Him/His | Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh | “There is great strength in diversity, and I want to celebrate the differences between people.”
He/Him/His | Assistant Chancellor for Access Campses | “I literally came to a fully furnished apartment in Waco, with a backpack of mostly summer clothes…because I was moving to Texas, and… I have never left. So, I acquired a house, my wonderful wife and children all along the way, quite unexpectedly, without ever returning to England to live.”
He/Him/His | Director of Student Achievement Services | “It was my mother, specifically. My mother said to me, ‘Look, if you’re not going to make a decision, I am going to make it for you. And guess what? You are going to college.’”
They/Them/Theirs | Program Assistant for the Women’s Center and LGBTQ+ Resource Center | “An inclusive workplace is characterized by the ability to bring all of who you are into your work environment and not having to leave parts behind.”
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Visit the resources listed below to learn more. If you have questions or if you would like to know more about how we are creating an inclusive community at UWO, please reach out to the Workplace DEI Advisory Council.
If you are a current UW Oshkosh employee and would like to share your story, fill out the Titan Life Stories interest form and join the conversation. We look forward to hearing from you.