Dan Schmidt, the kinesiology department co-chair and exercise and sports science program director, along with seven kinesiology students will bike across parts of Wisconsin in September to raise funds for kinesiology student scholarships.
As an athletic trainer, you need to be prepared for the unexpected. For UWO alumna Lindsey Toman ’06, she had perfectly prepared for many of the unexpected during her 12-year career. What she, and many others, hadn’t prepared for was a global pandemic.
Pictured above: ’18 Jordan Fremstad, of La Crosse, is the 5 p.m. anchor and multimedia journalist for WKBT News 8 Now in La Crosse. ’65 Kay (Klusmeyer) Falcus (BAE), of Fox Lake, Illinois, retired from teaching art in 1999 and lived in Osage Beach, Missouri for six...
The UW Oshkosh Alumni Relations Office has received the following death notices: ‘40s Catherine Bertler ’43 and ’53, of Sturgeon Bay, July 17, 2020 ‘50s Eugene Bogard (BS) ’56, of Beaver Dam, July 24, 2020 Thomas Janssen (BS) ’53, of Goodyear, Arizona, July 16, 2020...
Two UW Oshkosh journalism alumni have made their marks in their profession while also finding time to give back to their communities.
Two UW Oshkosh nursing alumnae—Mary Novak-Jandrey ‘74 and Sheria (Grice) Robinson-Lane ‘03—each are being honored with the 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award.
Two high-performing College of Business alumni, Christine (Barutha) Roehling, ’06, and Marian Rothkegel, ’12, each have earned an Outstanding Young Alumni Award from UW Oshkosh.
Bethany Lerch ’09 and ’20 MSE, and Tracy Wilichowski ’12, have earned UW Oshkosh’s Outstanding Young Alumni Awards, which recognizes recent alumni who exhibit professional and civic accomplishments and future promise.
Jeff Gerritt, editor of the Palestine Herald-Press in East Texas, graduated from UW Oshkosh in 1978 with a degree in philosophy. Now he’s won journalisms most prestigious award.