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UW Oshkosh Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Art Munin will serve as interim vice chancellor for Student Affairs, beginning July 1.
Briefs
May 21, 2020

The UW Oshkosh College of Letters and Science has created a new 12-credit Humanities Certificate program that will provide students with a broad skill set sought by employers.
Briefs
May 19, 2020

Associate English professor Stewart Cole delivers faculty commencement speech at spring 2020 virtual ceremony.
Briefs
May 16, 2020

Jim Ransom’s 35-year career spanned finance and advisory services as well as senior leadership roles in private and public companies. He leveraged 10 years with Arthur Andersen and Accenture to […]
Briefs
May 16, 2020

UW Oshkosh senior Ally Chard's spring 2020 commencement speech.
Briefs
May 16, 2020

Senior Alexandra Fischer shares her 2020 spring commencement speech.
Briefs
May 16, 2020

After a successful first run, those involved in the e-tutoring program that linked teacher candidates from UW Oshkosh and other universities with K-12 students are getting a salute over Zoom.
Briefs, Education and Human Services
May 6, 2020

The UW Oshkosh, Fox Cities campus recognizes outstanding contributions by University staff and instructional academic staff with presentation of the White Awards.
Briefs, Fox Cities Campus
May 5, 2020

Kimberly Rivers has been appointed as the interim dean of the College of Letters and Science (COLS) at UW Oshkosh.
Briefs, Math and Natural Science,
May 4, 2020

The radio TV film department at UW Oshkosh added to its collection of awards and honors in a big way in recent months. Five different national and regional organizations handed out or announced awards in late winter and spring for student work on radio, television, broadcast journalism, film and script-writing projects.
Briefs, Campus Life, Humanities
May 2, 2020