The desire to improve the quality of life in communities throughout the world and expand perspectives is at the heart of many UWO faculty, staff, alumni and students’ passions.
Long hours spent puzzling over an abstract concept, mastering a particularly tough sonata or perfecting a critical laboratory procedure—This is the life for hundreds of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh professors.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has embarked on the critical journey of implementing a new, forward-looking strategic plan that will focus on our core priorities of student success, academic excellence, campus effectiveness and our impact on the community, state and world. Strategic planning is
The passion Chancellor Andrew Leavitt has for the Bayeux Tapestry is no secret. His knowledge of the 950-year-old chronicle of the Norman Conquest of 1066 richly embroidered on a 230-foot-long linen canvas runs deep.
Her passion for learning and a desire to help others made University of Wisconsin Oshkosh junior marketing major Alexis Brown, of Chicago, curious about why she didn’t see more African American women with doctorates.
After biology researcher and alumnus Craig Cady’s wife died in 2015, He and his son were inspired to establish a scholarship in memory of her commitment to biology students.
You can see the extra hustle and bustle come autumn when students head back to the city. You can hear the buzz in near-campus restaurants, and frequently, people are outside to rally around sporting events and causes.
Gotham City and Smallville aren’t the only communities full of heroes—there are heroes right here at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in the heart of the Fox Valley.
One year after taking the wheel at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and just months after his formal installation as chancellor of Wisconsin’s third-largest university, Andrew J. Leavitt is ready to drive forward with a new vision for a research-enhanced comprehensive university.
Since 2004, Students Organized For Art (S.O.F.A.) at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has been inviting students from all majors to participate in art projects