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Bryan Wright '09, created a teen sexting intervention program and reconnected with the UW Oshkosh criminal justice department to test its effectiveness.
Features, , Stories
October 11, 2021

UW System Interim President Tommy Thompson shared stories and insights into his decades of public service during an on-stage conversation with the UWO community Wednesday evening.
Campus Life, Features,
October 7, 2021

The public is invited to An Evening with President Thompson hosted by UW Oshkosh from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6.
Briefs,
September 30, 2021

UW Oshkosh’s new Whitburn Center for Governance and Policy Research seeks to reinvigorate Wisconsin’s “good government” tradition by embodying the public service ideals of its founding benefactor, alumnus Gerald Whitburn ’66.
Headlines,
September 29, 2021

Eleven UWO McNair Scholars shared their summer research findings from a variety of humanities, nursing, science and social science disciplines at a showcase Sept. 17.
Headlines, Humanities, Math and Natural Science,
September 20, 2021

UW Oshkosh recently received funding for two speaker grants and one research grant totaling more than $85,000 from the Tommy Thompson Center for Public Leadership at UW-Madison.
Briefs, Business,
September 17, 2021

Interim Dean Kimberly Rivers brings a historian's perspective to her Titans Return update for UWO's College of Letters and Science. Find out how faculty and staff have reflected on and adapted to changes brought on by the pandemic as they prepare for the upcoming academic year and a fall full of sesquicentennial events and activities.
Fine and Performing Arts, Fond du Lac Campus, Fox Cities Campus, Headlines, Humanities, Math and Natural Science,
August 16, 2021

Here's a quick summer check-in with five spring anthropology grads to see where they are and where they're headed. Their aspirations didn't disappoint.
Alumni News, Features, , Stories
July 22, 2021

A UWO professor's Creating a Strong Community Contest sparked an environmental studies student to propose a co-op for Oshkosh ... the rest is history.
Alumni News, Business, Features,
July 21, 2021

A professor who taught for more than a third of UWO’s 150 years of existence, is calling it a career after starting on the campus 55 years ago.
Campus Life, Features,
July 6, 2021