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Seven seniors from the UW Oshkosh hit the road Wednesday with their faculty mentors to share research findings on a variety of topics with legislators, state leaders and alumni in Wisconsin’s Capitol Rotunda.
Fine and Performing Arts, Headlines, Humanities, Math and Natural Science, Research,
March 8, 2023
A group of UW Oshkosh faculty with scholarly or personal insights—or both—will discuss the ongoing war at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 9 in Sage Hall.
March 3, 2023
Alex Crowe, a 2015 graduate of UW Oshkosh's radio TV film (RTF) program, is now WPR’s host of NPR’s Morning Edition. He can be heard from 5 to 9 a.m. weekdays.
Alumni News, Features, Humanities
January 12, 2023
UW Oshkosh celebrated the final wave of its 2022 class Saturday with its 58th midyear commencement.
Business, Education and Human Services, Fine and Performing Arts, Fond du Lac Campus, Fox Cities Campus, Headlines, Humanities, Math and Natural Science, Nursing,
December 17, 2022
Fourteen UW Oshkosh seniors recently presented capstone projects at the fall 2022 Honors Thesis Symposium.
Business, Education and Human Services, Features, Humanities, Math and Natural Science,
December 14, 2022
UW Oshkosh radio station WRST-FM recently earned honors at the annual College Broadcasters convention held Oct. 26-29 in Baltimore.
November 28, 2022
A new 12-credit certificate program in Forensic Investigation is available online or in-person at UW Oshkosh.
Headlines, Humanities, Research
November 22, 2022
The new episode of "UWO Now" features Jordan Karsten, associate anthropology professor, talking archeological digs in Ukraine and helping law enforcement with cold cases.
November 17, 2022
As we head toward the finish line of the fall semester, this year's winners of the Edward M. Penson Distinguished Teaching Award explain what keeps them inspired and what advice they have for students as academic crunch time approaches.
Features, Humanities, Nursing
November 9, 2022
The music duo the Astronomers—senior radio TV film major Michael Stensland and spring business management grad Ben Baker—will release their debut album "The Occasion" Nov. 4.
Campus Life, Features, Humanities
November 1, 2022