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
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students, faculty and alumni explore what it means to be ”smart” in today’s society as well as how to navigate the alphabet soup of IQ and other standardized test scores and stay sharp throughout life.
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.
Thomas Hanaway (LS) ’11, of Greenleaf, is a Web editor/social media manager for the Japan Times.
There’s art in blending your passion and paycheck. UW Oshkosh artists are making a living as they make our world beautiful.
A sociologist by education and at heart, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s 10th Chancellor—Richard H. Wells—is quick to credit the greater campus community of students, faculty, staff and alumni for the University’s historic growth and success during his tenure.
With the opening of the Alumni Welcome and Conference Center (AWCC) on campus this spring, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s 83,000-plus alumni have a new place to call home.
Victory was sweet in March as University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student-athletes excelled in their sports, elevating Titan pride to new heights on campus and around the country.
Every family has a jokester—the one who lightens the mood and gets everyone “LOL-ing,” “ROFL-ing” and “Haha-ing.” University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Kyla Morris ’09, of Oshkosh, is that person.
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