There’s a new chancellor on campus with a distinguished resume, an ear for listening and the drive to make a difference in higher education affordability and student success.
Ceramists, water colorists, graphic designers, art teachers and artists of all sorts have made the Alumni Welcome and Conference Center at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh their new home base.
Vibrant, colorful paintings greet visitors to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s new Alumni Welcome and Conference Center (AWCC). These generous gifts from the Kohler Foundation Inc., which complement the building’s light-filled hallways, include works that were originally commissioned by BMO Financial in Chicago. "The Four Sequences," a
In his new composition “Swirling Sky,” University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty member Ed Martin created a unique melodic piece for live piano and fixed electronic playback that includes certain pitches or microtones that don’t exist on the piano.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s new University Studies Program—set to launch with the upcoming fall 2013 semester— already is garnering attention as a national model for general education reform.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh philosophy professor Laurence Carlin, who specializes in the history of modern philosophy and science, shares his thoughts about human nature and the quest for knowledge throughout history.
Eager students from across the region and around the world arrive on the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus each September full of curiosity and ready to find answers. Beginning in fall 2013, however, new first-year students will discover that simply collecting answers to their questions