As a 2005 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh graduate, Tina Moritz, a social science major, learned about the world through books, but never took the chance to experience it first-hand by studying abroad.
In July 1998, I sat quietly in the surgical recovery room of the University of Tennessee Hospital, waiting to hear if my son, Erik, would make it. A few hours earlier, my family had been notified that Erik had been catastrophically injured in a car
Taking flight: As they boarded a plane at Winnebago County Airport in September 1968, Michael Berken, Sandra Fruhman, Kris DeBruin and Thomas Recob became the first Wisconsin State University–Oshkosh students to participate in a new exchange program with African colleges.
Incoming freshmen learned about the importance of establishing connections and making the most of their University of Wisconsin Oshkosh experience from alumnus Ed Karrels ’97, of Portola Valley, Calif., during the Odyssey student orientation program in September.