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Shamrock Shuffle dashes around the Oshkosh campus

Shamrock Shuffle dashes around the Oshkosh campus

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh community swapped out black and gold for green for a few hours this weekend to show their spirit for the return of the Shamrock Shuffle. The annual 5K run/walk organized by the Student Recreation and Wellness Center debuted a new route this year, with participants winding through and circling the Oshkosh campus and ultimately returning to where they began, the Student Rec and Wellness Center. Along with the family-friendly 5K outside, the Beat Clash Kids Dash was held inside the RecPlex Dome.

Shamrock Shuffle March 11, 2023

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Sold-out Spring Internship and Career Fair connects students and employers

Sold-out Spring Internship and Career Fair connects students and employers

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh hosted its Spring Internship and Career Fair this week, giving students and community members a look at a wide range of opportunities for internships, part-time and full-time employment.

The sold-out event, put on by the Career and Professional Development office, was held inside Kolf Sports Center on Wednesday and featured more than 200 companies, organizations and educational institutions.

Next up for Career and Professional Development: A healthcare career fair April 18 in Reeve Union. It’s a chance for students and graduates to make connections in the healthcare industry, including CNA opportunities, internships/externships and more. Learn more →

Spring Internship and Career Fair March 1, 2023

—Photos by Pat Flood and Andrew Bott, University Marketing and Communications

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UW Oshkosh year in review: We bid you adieu, 2022

UW Oshkosh year in review: We bid you adieu, 2022

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh community thrived in 2022, with plenty of events and lots of learning and opportunities for connection.

Take a moment to watch the recap video of 2022.

We look forward to seeing what 2023 holds for our University.


60 seconds of joy: UWO midyear commencement video highlights

60 seconds of joy: UWO midyear commencement video highlights

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s proud alumni community grew by nearly 1,000 on Dec. 17 as the University staged its 58th midyear commencement. The achievements of 922 students were recognized in a 10 a.m. ceremony at the Kolf Sports Center on the Oshkosh campus. The ceremony came at the conclusion of the fall semester and honored those who graduated with bachelor’s, associate, master’s and doctoral degrees in the summer and fall. Cheers to all the “beautiful full-bloomed futures” ahead.

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UWO graduating senior finds passion to go beyond survival to thrive

UWO graduating senior finds passion to go beyond survival to thrive

Since a horrific car accident nearly eight years ago altered forever the trajectory of her life, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh psychology senior Abby Lane has chosen time and again to push forward with her recovery and educational goals. Now just weeks after unexpectedly losing her father, Lane is set to graduate Saturday, Dec. 17 at Kolf Sports Center.

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Trusted Elections Forum set for March 27 at UWO welcome center

The Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership will hold a Trusted Elections Forum at the Culver Family Welcome Center at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh on March 27 at 6:30 p.m.

Elections officials, election law experts and cybersecurity experts will share their thoughts on the safety and integrity of the Wisconsin elections process at this bipartisan public town hall. The free event is open to the public and will be moderated by Jessica Opoien of the Capital Times.

The panel will include Lisa Freiberg, county clerk for Fond du Lac County; Robert Kehoe, department administrator with the Wisconsin Elections Commission; Aaron Weinschenk, political science professor from UW-Green Bay; Dave Schroeder, research director for the Wisconsin Security Research Consortium; and Dan Tokaji, dean of UM-Madison Law School.

This event, sponsored by the Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership, UW Oshkosh Center for Civic and Community Engagement and the Carter Center, also is available virtually.

UWO’s Feinauer recognized by Oshkosh Chamber

The Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce recently recognized Dale Feinauer, assistant dean of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s College of Business, with the Lynne Webster Leadership Award.

Feinauer, an expert in labor and human resource management, was recognized for his commitment to the Leadership Oshkosh program. He has been inspiring hundreds of budding community leaders for over 15 years. His business acumen comes from years of consulting with dozens of family-owned and corporate businesses in navigating through complex business issues while also serving on nonprofit boards, such as Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Evergreen, and the Omro School board.

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UWO theatre admin assistant earns STAR Award for February

Kristina Mosely, an administrative assistant in the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s theatre department, has been named the recipient of the February 2023 STAR Award.

She was nominated by Richard Kalinoski, a recently retired theatre faculty member:

“Ms. Mosley has very often proven to be not only an assiduously organized worker but also a steadfast advocate for our complete theatre program. She patiently navigates the myriad demands of University paperwork protocols, looming deadlines, front of house details for performances and scheduling challenges.

“Recently she exceeded expectations by helping to organize our annual student get-together/banquet for students and faculty (called Godot’s Feast names after the play Waiting for Godot). She secured an off-campus site, expedited the ordering of food, helped with decorations, desserts and etc. She did all of this in service to one of the overall goals of the department, which is to serve the sense of community among staff and students.

“In a recent previous season Ms. Mosely coordinated the residency of a notable guest actor from Georgia for our production of A Bear in Winter. Therein she helped said actor (Joshua Starr) settle into his stay at Gruenhagen, facilitated his actor’s fee, helped announce and publicize this notable African American actor’s distinguished career and, in general, helped to make his stay comfortable.

Ms. Mosley also has maintained positive contributions to the department: keeping a candy jar stocked, maintaining a coffee stand in the office, and in one very helpful case securing a more comfortable chair in several classrooms for a faculty member who had to have hip surgery.

“I applaud and salute Ms. Mosely’s contributions to our department and the University overall.”

UWO wrestling’s Beau Yineman earns All-American honors for second time

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior Beau Yineman earned All-American honors for a second time over the weekend at the NCAA Division III Wrestling Championships at the Berglund Center in Roanoke, Virginia.

Yineman placed seventh in the 197 pound weight class. He finished the weekend 3-2, including a decision win Sunday to capture seventh place.

Senior Luc Valdenz also competed at nationals, winning one match and losing two.

The Titans finished in 36th in the team standings with 71 teams represented.

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UWO gymnastics wins WIAC championship for third straight year

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh gymnastics team won the WIAC championship Saturday at the Kolf Sports Center, setting three program records and tying another in the process. UW Oshkosh has now won the last three WIAC championships and 17 in the program’s history.

Peak performance: The Titans finished the meet with a season-high 193.100 points, also the second-highest team score in program history—behind only the 194.100 put up at last year’s NCGA Championship. They earned a 48.575 on the vault, a 47.175 on the uneven parallel bars, a 48.825 on the balance beam and a 48.525 on the floor exercise. Their vault score topped the previous program record of 48.725 and they set the vault record for the second time this season, topping their score of 48.450 points in their Jan. 21 home meet against Gustavus Adolphus College.

Read more about the Titans’ victory here. 

Up next: Saturday’s conference meet also served as the West Region qualifier for the NCGA Championship, held March 25 at Winona State University in Minnesota. The top three teams from the WIAC Championship—UWO, UW-La Crosse and UW-Stout—along with several qualified gymnasts, advanced to the NCGA meet.

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Night at the University Lecture

Milwaukee’s Friday Fish Fry Tour

Guest Recital: Wei Tan, voice*

Senior Recital: Elsa Zank, harp

Guest Recital: Arno Bornkamp, saxophone and Casey Dierlam Tse, piano*

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Interior Designer Search and Screen Recommendations Meeting

Graphic Designer Search and Screen – Phone Interviews

Biology Department Meeting

Graphic Designer Search and Screen – Phone Interview

OSA Assembly

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