Explore the art, culture and history of the Great War as the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh partners with the Oshkosh Public Museum to present the World War I Centennial Symposium Oct. 2-4.read more
Farming and the food system in the Midwest will be addressed in an event hosted next week at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.read more
Although two University of Wisconsin Oshkosh physical education graduates blazed very different paths since leaving Oshkosh, enriching the lives of those around them was always their top priority. Jerilyn (Jeri) Jank, of Larkspur, California; and Jim Miazga, of...read more
Constitution Day events will be held at UW Oshkosh Sept. 17.read more
Evangelos Papadakis, an actor and director working in Athens, Greece, will direct Casus Belli theater group in the production of Beast on the Moon.
Casus Belli will run Kalinoski’s award-winning play from Nov. 19 to Jan. 29, in the Simeio Theater, in Athens.
“In such an unstable political environment where “refugees” are a major political issue for Greece and for the rest of Europe there is no better way of dealing with this theme than putting on stage, “Beast on the Moon,” Papadakis said.
For long-time friends, neighbors and UW Oshkosh chemistry department colleagues James Paulson and Linfeng Xie, 2018 has been an extraordinary year. They have published two research articles in Science.read more
Traci Luft, who works for Informational Technology (IT), as a financial specialist senior, at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, has been named the recipient of the September 2018 STAR Award. She was nominated by Mary Hale, telecommunications specialist for IT....read more
With a career that progressed from on-air radio host and media consultant to author and thought-leader on women, money and influence, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Monique Caradine never expected to add disaster relief worker to her resume. But that was...read more