How fast, and how far, can the brain “go?” Those are the questions Anthony Drew seeks answers to.
Five of our 2013 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alumni Association Award recipients share a few thoughts about how their alma mater best prepared them for their successful careers and rewarding lives after graduation.
Success is not a secret. It’s a story… a bunch of true stories, really. We invited a small panel of seven University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty members, students and alumni—most of them complete strangers to one another—to muse on and share how they define
… A coach leads his team to an undefeated, regular-season record, a first conference title since the 1970s and storybook playoff run… A record-breaking, nationally recognized hometown quarterback with a rocket-engine arm and an aptitude for escaping the pocket, racks up yards… A campus and
A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for The New York Times who has spent more than a decade on the ground covering wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will be keynote speaker at a first-of-its-kind November symposium at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
They are working to end HIV in Africa. One is in India with the U.S. State Department. And dozens of others are back in the states tackling weighty cases with highly regarded law firms, providing legal services to low-income Americans or, from elected office, developing
Packer fever reignited on the UW Oshkosh campus in July, when alumnus William Povletich '95 shared stories and insight into his new book Green Bay Packers: Trials, Triumphs and Tradition, during a picnic-style lunch at Pollock Alumni House.