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We chat with Angela Subulwa, the new director of the UW Oshkosh International Studies program, about her plans for the future, the value of an IS education and more.
Features, , Stories
September 29, 2020

Interim Dean Kimberly Rivers shares an update on the College of Letters and Science as part of our Titans Return series for fall 2020.
Campus Life, Features, Fine and Performing Arts, Humanities, Main Story, Math and Natural Science,
August 11, 2020

Most of us are likely to be celebrating a less raucous Independence Day this year as the pandemic puts a damper on our traditional festivities. Instead, UW Oshkosh faculty offer interesting and thoughtful viewing and reading suggestions to brush up on our American heritage:
Features, Humanities,
July 4, 2020

Eight teams of student entrepreneurs―including a team from the UW Oshkosh that developed a political app―will compete June 10 for cash prizes and recognition in the Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament, presented by WiSys.
June 3, 2020

UW Oshkosh alumnus Daniel Burrus '71, is a business strategist and futurist speaker who advises Fortune 500 company executives. We checked in on what he sees ahead in the era of COVID-19.
Education and Human Services, Headlines,
May 13, 2020

Kimberly Rivers has been appointed as the interim dean of the College of Letters and Science (COLS) at UW Oshkosh.
Briefs, Math and Natural Science,
May 4, 2020

UW Oshkosh alumna Jennifer Depew has accepted an offer to pursue graduate studies in U.S. history at Stanford University—one step closer to her goal of becoming a college professor.
Alumni News, Features,
April 13, 2020

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

Veterans Day provides an important opportunity to show appreciation and support for those who wore our nation’s uniform. At the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, thanking a veteran for their loyal service and sacrifices might be easier than you think.
Education and Human Services, Headlines,
November 11, 2019

Three UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters landed at Titan Stadium Friday morning as they prepared for a weekend field training exercise at Fort McCoy.
In Photo,
September 24, 2018