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UW Oshkosh radio station WRST-FM recently earned honors at the annual College Broadcasters convention held Oct. 26-29 in Baltimore.
Headlines, Humanities, Main Story
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.
Headlines, Humanities
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

Breathing Lake Superior, a first novel written by UW Oshkosh English professor Ron Rindo and published Oct. 4 by Book Mantel Books, is steeped in the air, water and people of rural Wisconsin.
Features, Humanities
October 4, 2022

"UWO Now," a biweekly radio show and podcast launching this week, highlights UW Oshkosh faculty, staff, students and alumni as they dig deep into today’s relevant issues.
Campus Life, Headlines, Humanities
September 8, 2022

Oksana Katsanivska, who has joined UW Oshkosh as a lecturer in the anthropology, global religions and cultures, English and international studies departments, came to the United States this summer from Europe after fleeing her home in Iziaslav, Ukraine.
Features, Humanities,
September 7, 2022

UW Oshkosh's College of Letters and Science will welcome 11 new tenure-track faculty members to campus this fall. Learn more about what to expect during the 2022-23 academic year from COLS Dean Anne Stevens.
Features, Fine and Performing Arts, Humanities, Math and Natural Science,
August 3, 2022

With skills honed and knowledge gained at UW Oshkosh, graduates like journalism major Scott Mahloch ’02, of Pewaukee, and radio television film (RTF) major Christine Juhas ’17, of Elk Grove, Illinois, have built careers that impact society in a variety of ways from keeping people safe to making them laugh.
Alumni News, Features, Humanities
July 20, 2022