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Opportunities showcased Feb. 27 at UW Oshkosh Study Abroad Fair
Students who have studied abroad say the experience is life-changing and goes beyond academic learning. UWO’s Office of International Education will showcase opportunities when it hosts the 2019 Spring Study Abroad Fair from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, at Reeve Ballroom.
Retired Bemis North America president shares passion for servant leadership with MBA-Executive students
UWO alumnus Jim Ransom has a proven track record of profit and loss leadership in large public, global manufacturing and service industries.
#TitansAre rewriting history
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh basketball programs are rewriting history.
Nursing alumnae save the day in two unexpected medical emergencies
Two medical emergencies involving UW Oshkosh nursing alumnae, happened within weeks of each other late last year. Both women, with decades of nursing experience, were quickly able to switch from everyday life to “nurse mode” in the heat of the moment and administer life-saving care to the individuals facing peril.
UWO biologist part of team that discovers ‘megalodon’ shark went extinct much earlier than previously thought
Megalodon—a giant predatory shark that has inspired numerous documentaries, books and blockbuster movies—likely went extinct at least one million years earlier than previously thought, according to new research published Feb. 13 in PeerJ.
UW Oshkosh prof delves into some ‘sweet’ marketing research
A team of marketing researchers, including UW Oshkosh associate professor Melissa Bublitz, explored the effects of using conceptional metaphors like “love is sweet” in marketing on consumers’ consumption of sweets.
Titans host ‘Shooting it for Luke’ fundraising event at men’s basketball game Saturday
The UW Oshkosh men’s basketball team will hold its third-annual “Shooting it for Luke” fundraising event Saturday, Feb. 9, at its home game against UW-Stevens Point.
UW Oshkosh business major wins African American Student Leadership Award
The winner of a prestigious student award said he is inspired to continue the legacy of the Oshkosh 94 to advance the standing of African American students at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
Retired UWO human resources director Beth Heuer passes
Elizabeth (Beth) Ruth Heuer, a retired human services director at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, passed away in January. She was born in Ontonagon, Michigan, and grew up in Mellen. Throughout her life, Heuer had a passion for learning and development.
UW Oshkosh Titan Advantage Program recognized with 2019 Regents’ Diversity Award
At UW Oshkosh, the Titan Advantage Program (TAP) will be awarded.