Ten UW Oshkosh seniors and scholars in the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program took part in the annual research project showcase this week.
UW Oshkosh has been awarded nearly $11,000 from the Freshwater Collaborative of Wisconsin to fund two academic projects related to freshwater science. This latest round of funding totals $544,541 for eight projects among UW System schools.
Newly published research led by a UW Oshkosh professor might give policymakers a reason to pause the next time e-cigarette taxes are considered.
Stephen Kercher, a UW Oshkosh history professor and director of the University’s Office of Student Research and Creative Activity, has been named a 2022 Innovation Champion by WiSys.
A sustainability research team at UW Oshkosh begins work this week on a new $1.6 million National Science Foundation study of the social and environmental conditions that contribute to toxic algal blooms in freshwater systems.
UW Oshkosh is one of the 187 schools nationwide to be awarded five years of funding from the U.S. Department of Education to continue the McNair Scholars Program.
‘Once-in-a-lifetime experience’: UWO students spend summer digging into Iron Age history in Slovenia
Five UW Oshkosh students, led by two UWO educators, were among the first-ever group of American students to take part in an archaeological field school in Slovenia.
Three UWO environmental studies interns are spending their summer gaining valuable experience in the field while earning academic credits.
UWO Whitburn Center report advocates for more input from vulnerable populations in emergency planning
A new report released this week by the UW Oshkosh’s Whitburn Center for Governance and Policy Research calls for increased input from socially vulnerable groups to better account for their needs in emergency planning.
By working together instead of in parallel, a UW Oshkosh marketing professor says researchers and social organizations like hunger networks and emergency shelters can have a broader impact on the well-being of individuals and their communities.