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Meghan Krueger has an incredible research opportunity, student work and mentoring―all happening during her first two years of college at the UW Oshkosh Fox Cities campus.
Features, Fox Cities Campus, Math and Natural Science, Research
January 13, 2021

UW Oshkosh recognized and celebrated a new round of graduates with an online commencement ceremony on Dec. 19.
Business, Education and Human Services, Features, Fine and Performing Arts, Fond du Lac Campus, Fox Cities Campus, Humanities, Math and Natural Science, Nursing, , Stories
December 19, 2020

Since July, UW Oshkosh senior Jacklyn Morales has worked as a COVID-19 contact tracer in Wisconsin. In the summer she interned in Wauwautosa. Now she's working for Winnebago County.
Features, Math and Natural Science, Stories
December 3, 2020

The majority of businesses responding to the UW Oshkosh’s November COVID-19 business and economic impact survey reported introducing significant changes in their operations in the last several month.
Features, Math and Natural Science, Research
December 2, 2020

Engineered nanoparticles increasingly making their way into common food additives have UW Oshkosh researchers concerned about their impact on gut health.
Alumni News, Features, Math and Natural Science, Research
December 1, 2020

UWO's College of Letters and Science will host a virtual Town Hall on Tuesday, Dec. 1 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. to introduce COLS Interim Dean Kimberly Rivers and provide alumni and friends with an update on the college.
Alumni News, Briefs, Humanities, Math and Natural Science,
November 23, 2020

UWO Fox Cities prof Beth Johnson was honored last month for her work on the Geological Society of America’s publication, Women and Geology: Who Are We, Where Have We Been, and Where Are We Going.
Features, Fox Cities Campus, Math and Natural Science, Research
November 16, 2020

Sarah Schettle, '08 and '20 MBA, was named among the top 10 physician assistants in America by Point of Care Network.
Alumni News, Business, Features, Math and Natural Science, Stories
November 11, 2020

Halloween Night will feature a blue moon—the second full moon in a month.
Features, Fox Cities Campus, Math and Natural Science
October 20, 2020

Teenage Tyrannosaurus rex likely chomped down on prey with a bite as powerful as a modern-day hippopotamus based on a new study by a student-professor team at UW Oshkosh.
Features, Math and Natural Science, Research
October 14, 2020