Meghan Krueger has an incredible research opportunity, student work and mentoring―all happening during her first two years of college at the UW Oshkosh Fox Cities campus.
From collections of poetry to explorations of social justice issues, here’s a look at nine books published by UW Oshkosh faculty and staff (and one professor emerita) in 2020.
Resilience. That’s the characteristic 18 UW Oshkosh seniors drew on heavily to pull off developing, implementing and presenting their Honors College capstone projects amid a pandemic.
The majority of businesses responding to the UW Oshkosh’s November COVID-19 business and economic impact survey reported introducing significant changes in their operations in the last several month.
Engineered nanoparticles increasingly making their way into common food additives have UW Oshkosh researchers concerned about their impact on gut health.
Researchers from UWO will lead a webinar Dec. 9 discussing the pros and cons of soluble salts related to the compost industry.
UWO Fox Cities prof Beth Johnson was honored last month for her work on the Geological Society of America’s publication, Women and Geology: Who Are We, Where Have We Been, and Where Are We Going.
Uncertainty grows for Wisconsin business leaders as they expect another 12 to 18 months of impact from the COVID-19 virus and hold little hope for further government assistance.
While 87% of parents who participated in a recent UW Oshkosh study say Winnebago County is a good place to raise a family, local leaders want to alleviate resource and communication gaps and work to increase quality of life for area children.