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Joseph Frederickson, a vertebrate paleontologist and director of the Weis Earth Science Museum on the UWO Fox Cities campus, is among the authors on a recent paper highlighting new discoveries in Arkansas.
Features, Fox Cities Campus, Research, Stories
October 21, 2021

Stakeholder meetings are underway for a comprehensive workforce development study of Wisconsin’s papermaking industry. The research is a collaborative effort between the UWO’s Center for Customized Research and Services and the Wisconsin Paper Council.
Business, Research
August 11, 2021

UW Oshkosh English professor Douglas Haynes has earned a prestigious UW System fellowship.
Features, Humanities, Research
July 7, 2021

UW Oshkosh anthropology students will continue to dig for the remains of 1983 murder victim, Starkie Swenson, on Omro farmland.
Headlines, Math and Natural Science, Research
June 29, 2021

UW Oshkosh students team up with faculty mentors and exchange the classroom for labs, studios or the outdoors to pursue research and creative scholarly projects.
Business, Education and Human Services, Fine and Performing Arts, Headlines, Humanities, Math and Natural Science, Research, , Sustainability
June 22, 2021

Three UWO students were recognized for their presentations during Student Research and Innovation Showcases as part of the WiSys SPARK Symposium June 2-9.
Fine and Performing Arts, Headlines, Humanities, Nursing, Research
June 14, 2021

UW Oshkosh participated in a CDC study where student observers collected data on and around the Oshkosh campus for eight weeks this spring.
Campus Life, Features, Research, Stories
June 7, 2021

By the age of 13, the bite force of a Tyrannosaurus rex could already puncture bone. The new UW Oshkosh research finding published June 2 in the journal PeerJ fills a gap in knowledge about what the world was like in the late Cretaceous Period.
Alumni News, Features, Math and Natural Science, Research
June 2, 2021

Undergraduate and graduate students earned recognition for their work at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's 28th-annual Celebration of Scholarship and Creative Activity.
Briefs, Fox Cities Campus, Research
May 5, 2021

Kinesiology senior Brianna Roberts' enthusiasm for learning, growing, leading, researching, playing sports—basically everything UW Oshkosh has to offer—bubbles over as she shares her journey.
Features, Math and Natural Science, Research
May 5, 2021