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The UW Oshkosh radiologic science program is being renamed medical imaging with two emphasis options; sonography (ultrasound) was added to the program lineup that also features a radiologic science (x-ray) emphasis.
Headlines, Math and Natural Science
January 28, 2020

A pair of local brewers with ties to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh recount the challenges and successes of starting a company from the basement of their college apartment.
Business, Features, Math and Natural Science
December 18, 2019

Three faculty members in the social sciences division at UW Oshkosh―Amy Knepple Carney and Christopher Groves, assistant professors in the psychology department; and Matt Richie, assistant professor in the criminal justice department―are among the more than 500 alumni-employees at UWO.
Alumni News, Headlines, Math and Natural Science,
November 20, 2019

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior geology major Shannon Brink, of Wisconsin Dells, traveled to New York this summer to perform research on the bite force of juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex.
In Video, Math and Natural Science, Research
September 18, 2019

Chemistry student Kara Gillette, of Oshkosh, is working with assistant professor of chemistry Sheri Lense to explore methods for converting carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide.
In Video, Math and Natural Science, Research, Sustainability
August 7, 2019

UW Oshkosh analytical chemist Yijun Tang received a Regent Scholar grant in March for his development of new glucose sensors that have greater stability and effectiveness than standard enzyme-based blood testing strips.
In Video, Math and Natural Science, Research
May 30, 2019

UWO immunologist Courtney Kurtz explains why there has been a rising number of measles cases in 2019, even though the highly contagious disease was nearly eradicated from the U.S. around 2000.
In Video, Math and Natural Science, Research
May 10, 2019

More than 1,200 middle and high school students and their teachers from 50 area schools across the state descended on the UW Oshkosh campus to participate in the third-annual Mathematical Problem-Solving Contest.
Education and Human Services, Headlines, Math and Natural Science
April 25, 2019

The United Nations General Assembly has proclaimed 2019 as the International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements. Learn about the Periodic Table with University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty […]
In Video, Math and Natural Science, Research
April 22, 2019

UW Oshkosh biology graduate student Michelle Sonsalla, of Baraboo, is working on a project that could lead to a treatment for obesity in humans.
In Video, Math and Natural Science, Research
November 29, 2017