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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

Multidisciplinary educational journeys starting at UW Oshkosh laid the foundation for two College of Letters and Science graduates to command major impacts in the public health sector.
Alumni News, Headlines,
September 4, 2018

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior Emma Link, of Milwaukee, is using her double major in English and philosophy to compare and contrast the harms incurred by drug-facilitated and nondrug-facilitated sexual […]
In Video, Research,
October 17, 2017

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior Blair Braun, of Appleton, is studying why some children have more difficulty in learning language than others. “We know that children from lower socioeconomic statuses […]
In Video, Research,
October 13, 2017

As members of an endangered species in North America, the population of whooping cranes has only been sustained by releasing additional adult cranes into the wild from captivity. Kasey Stewart, […]
In Video, Math and Natural Science, Research, , Sustainability
October 4, 2017