A CAPITAL EVENING: Alumni in the Washington, D.C. area helped Chancellor Andy Leavitt and Sustainability Director Brad Spanbauer ’11, ’14 MS, celebrate UW Oshkosh’s recent recognition as a U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Postsecondary Sustainability Award recipient.
WELCOME BACK BASH: Food, games and giveaways all were awaiting UWO students in September at the Fox Cities campus event to kick off the new semester.
SUN-SATIONAL CELEBRATION: The sun shone brightly for Homecoming 2022 as alumni, students, parents, faculty, staff and the greater community all joined in the festivities on Oct. 22. From the morning Titan Tailgate at Reeve Memorial Union to the afternoon football victory over UW-Stout at J. J. Keller Field, Titans of all ages reveled in the glorious day full of activity.
SUNSHINE AND MUSIC: Alumni showed off their Titan pride pennants and enjoyed a night out in July at Waterfest in Oshkosh.
CHANCELLOR CHAT: Students got the chance to talk with Chancellor Andy Leavitt at the opening of the Intersection on the Fond du Lac campus in September. The new welcoming space, also found on the Fox Cities campus, is intended to be especially supportive for students from historically excluded and or structurally marginalized groups.
EXPLORING OPTIONS: Students on the Fox Cities campus learned about all the opportunities UWO has to offer at the September Student Involvement Fair.
BATTER, BATTER, SWING! In August, alumnus Tom Sobieski ’67, a member of the 1967 Titan baseball team, threw out the first pitch at a Timber Rattlers game at the Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute. UWO grads enjoyed a pregame buffet during the annual alumni night at the ballpark.
MAKING MEMORIES: UW Oshkosh’s Grandparents University brought grandparents and their grandchildren to the Oshkosh campus for two days of education and exploration in July.
WE’RE HONORED: With a keynote address to the Honors Convocation, Courtney Bauder, social justice program director, kicked off the academic year with Honors College Dean Laurence Carlin.
A SPECIAL NIGHT: Acting Police Chief Chris Tarmann ‘14, captures the joy of the annual Run With the Cops event in support of Special Olympics athletes in October.
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