53 Richard Smith (BS), of Bradenton, Florida, wrote Life After Eighty: A Personal Perspective on Living Well and Staying Happy, available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
64 Mary Anne Hill (LS) and (MSE) ’71, of Oneida, helped create the Wall of Hope and Healing, a
Six families with University of Wisconsin Oshkosh ties have gone camping together every fourth weekend of July since 1985.
Lorraine (Sheets) Bowen ’39, Oshkosh, Oct. 24, 2016
Ethelyn F. (Furman) Theisen (EHS) ’39 and ’41, Loyal, June 22, 2016
Ruby (Herzberg) Abendroth (EHS) ’48, Greenville, July 4, 2016
Furman Allen (BS) ’41, Dublin, Ohio, Feb. 28, 2016
Ralph Anthony Breit (EHS) ’47, Fond du Lac, Oct. 25, 2016
This is a milestone issue of Engage magazine celebrating 10 years of bringing the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh to life in alumni homes around the world. This issue reflects on what it means to be a Titan through the lens of our students, faculty and
With this spring 2017 issue, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Engage magazine celebrates its 10th anniversary of sharing the University community’s successes.
The UWO men’s basketball team traveled to Italy for an experience of a lifetime last May.
The Li Hu Art Student Scholarship was established for UWO students pursuing a bachelor's degree in fine arts.
Adeline (Trapp) Marty (EHS) ’32, Deforest, May 11, 2016
William Fell last year attended ’42, Oshkosh, Sept. 10, 2015
Kathryn (Miller) Grunwald (EHS) ’43 and MHS ’75, Winter Park, Fla., March 2, 2016
Rita Hein last year attended ’47, Appleton, April 16, 2016
LaVerne Evelyn (Lust) King (EHS) ’48,
Although the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s sesquicentennial celebration isn’t taking place until 2021, preparations are already underway as students in a University Studies Program Quest III course seek to collect the memories of UWO alumni, faculty and staff.
69 Robert Meisel (BS), of Alpine, Calif., is Clintonville Public School District’s 2016 recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Honoris award.
70 Douglas Feavel (LS), of Vincennes, Ind., has published A Storyteller’s Anthology, which contains 26 nonfiction stories promoting character portraits of ordinary men and women who