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Top nurses received Nightingale Awards

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s College of Nursing and its Board of Visitors celebrated the 18th-annual Nightingale Awards Dinner at Reeve Memorial Union in May 2010. The Nightingale Award Program, established in 1993, recognizes registered nurses and licensed...

Social Justice Week to focus on diversity, civility

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will host 13 events in support of inclusive excellence and diversity March 28-31 during the University’s third-annual Social Justice Week. In recognition of UW Oshkosh’s commitment to championing social justice and civility, Social...

UW administrators issue statement on civility

This fall, a number of our University of Wisconsin System campuses and surrounding communities have experienced incidents of violence and intolerance. Classmates, colleagues and neighbors have been the targets of threatening graffiti, vandalism, harassment, bullying,...

Student projects examine diversity on campus

New projects at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh are providing black students from different backgrounds a chance to share their stories. Students have started sharing their experiences at “Art Jam!,” a meeting place where faculty and staff encourage students to...