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UW Oshkosh alumnus Daniel Burrus '71, is a business strategist and futurist speaker who advises Fortune 500 company executives. We checked in on what he sees ahead in the era of COVID-19.
Education and Human Services, Headlines,
May 13, 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

Over nearly eight years, former UW Oshkosh football player Dan Cain battled through major injuries, periods of depression, failed and dropped courses to reach graduation day.
Athletics, Education and Human Services, Features, Stories
April 30, 2020

Dozens of UW Oshkosh student teachers placed around the state are rising to the challenges brought on by the coronavirus crisis.
Education and Human Services, Features, Stories
April 2, 2020

Nearly a year ago, Theresa Manderle was hired as the Birth to 3 program coordinator for Sheboygan County. She did it thanks to her degree from UW Oshkosh, even though she stepped foot on a UWO campus just once.
Education and Human Services, Features, Stories
March 30, 2020

Hundreds of K-12 students across the country are taking advantage of free tutoring services offered by teacher candidates from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, St. Norbert College and Ripon College.
Education and Human Services, Features
March 27, 2020

Through research, UW Oshkosh associate human services leadership professor Toni House is helping to save her heritage.
Education and Human Services, Features, Research
March 18, 2020

All are welcome, from students, faculty and staff to the general public. It’s free and an easy way for people to brush up on their American Sign Language (ASL) skills or start from scratch.
Campus Life, Education and Human Services, Features
March 9, 2020

High school students around Wisconsin are benefiting from top-notch, award-winning adjunct instructors associated with the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Cooperative Academic Partnership Program (CAPP).
Education and Human Services, Features, Titan Impact
February 10, 2020

The UW Oshkosh professional counseling program is boosting mental health services in the region—training professionals for the workforce and lending a hand when needed.
Education and Human Services, Headlines
January 10, 2020