UWO students give presentations at the National Council for Black Studies Conference
Six undergraduate scholars with UW Oshkosh’s African American Studies Program traveled to the University of Florida in Gainesville to present their research at the 47th Annual National Council for Black Studies Conference March 22-25.
Research road trip: UWO students present study findings, creative works at state capitol
Seven seniors from the UW Oshkosh hit the road Wednesday with their faculty mentors to share research findings on a variety of topics with legislators, state leaders and alumni in Wisconsin’s Capitol Rotunda.
Whitburn Wednesdays event examines future public sector workforce
The event, titled “Modernizing the Local Government Workforce: A Next Generation Initiative,” runs from noon to 1 p.m. March 8 on Zoom.
UW Oshkosh to host WiSys annual celebration of research, innovation and entrepreneurship
UW Oshkosh will host hundreds of faculty and student researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs from across the UW System at the WiSys SPARK Symposium Aug. 6-8.
‘UWO Now’ podcast: How do we best serve the college students of today?
On the latest episode of UWO Now, Dean of Students Jasmine Buxton discusses how colleges and universities are working to make their institutions inviting and supporting spaces for the students of today.
‘UWO Now’ podcast: The generational impact of the McNair Scholars Program
Cordelia Bowlus, director of the McNair Scholars Program at UWO, and Sheiana Taylor, a McNair scholar, talk about the program and its impact on involved students.
UWO to offer larger range of collaborative research opportunities for 2023-24 academic year
A new and expanded range of student-faculty collaborative research grants will be available to students this upcoming summer semester and 2023-2024 academic year through the UW Oshkosh Office of Student Research and Creative Activity. Students from all majors and disciplines are eligible for these opportunities and are highly encouraged to apply.
New Sport Performance and Injury Research Lab to boost UWO kinesiology research efforts
The kinesiology and athletic training department at UW Oshkosh is taking its research game to a new level.
UWO Hmong Studies director selected as emerging scholar by Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Mai See Thao, director of Hmong Studies at UW Oshkosh, has been named an emerging scholar by Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
Do you like solving mysteries? UWO forensic investigation certificate available online or in-person
A new 12-credit certificate program in Forensic Investigation is available online or in-person at UW Oshkosh.