UW Oshkosh grads Kou and Sheng Lee Yang opened Us 2 Behavioral Health Care in Appleton in 2019 in hopes of bringing equity to healthcare in the Fox Valley and beyond.
Pat Goetz, UW Oshkosh’s oldest known graduate, died Feb. 14 at the age of 85. She is remembered as a beloved student and classmate.
Pictured above: ’08 Travis Koch (LS) received the University of Wisconsin-Platteville School of Education’s Influential Educator Award. Koch is a special education case manager at Oregon High School. ’69 Ted DuFour (EHS) and ’74 (MSE), of Appleton, has been retired...
The UW Oshkosh Alumni Relations Office has received the following death notices: ‘40s Verna (Galow) Dobberke ’48 (EHS), Oshkosh, Nov. 25, 2020 Lucille (Fenn) Reinke ’40 (EHS), Oshkosh, Dec. 5, 2020 DeLoris “Dee” VanderVelde ’48 (EHS), Jefferson, Dec. 18, 2020 ‘50s...
The UWO alumni relations office, in conjunction with Sesquicentennial Committee member Grace Lim, is putting together an exhibit showcasing alumni photo re-creations from their time on campus.
UW Oshkosh midyear graduate Alex Trembley is savoring his public administration master’s degree and hopes to publish research that considers whether emergency medical service workers have implicit bias.
The UW Oshkosh community is mourning the loss of Willard Henken, the founding dean of its Fond du Lac campus.
UW Oshkosh archivist Joshua Ranger takes readers on a journey through history in the cover story published in the first of two issues of Titan magazine dedicated to celebrating UWO’s sesquicentennial in 2021.
Rory Tendore ’16, a graduate of the Northern Arapaho Teacher Education Program, is now working as the American Indian student coordinator at Central Wyoming College.
UW Oshkosh’s College of Business will host a virtual Town Hall on Thursday, Jan. 28 from 4 to 5 p.m. to provide alumni and friends with an update on the college.