Craig Stenbroten, UWO Football Assistant Coach
Passionate, complex, caring.
Luke Venne, UWO Football Assistant Coach
Passionate, dedicated, hardworking.
Brett Kasper, UWO quarterback
Real, passionate, caring.
Dylan Hecker, UWO running back
Leader, passionate, motivational
Sam Mentkowski, UWO wide receiver
Genius, honest, leader
Nick Boyd, UWO defensive lineman
Focused, empowering, genius
Ty Summers, UWO offensive lineman
Dedicated, patient, mentor
For the past year, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Lizzie Duffey ‘16, of McFarland, has been cruising around 28 U.S. states as a Hotdogger in the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile.
Gilbert "Bud" Barlow, was elected honorary captain of the 1933 Oshkosh State Teachers College football team after a career-topping season as halfback. That year the squad outscored its opponents 77-14. Having played his three years of eligibility, Barlow helped coach in 1934 as an assistant.
Confidence and a love of learning helped Melinda (Wulf) Hull ’12, land a spot in a perioperative nursing immersion clinical at Theda Clark during her final semester at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
“As she interviewed, I as well as the nurse leaders from Theda Clark
UW Oshkosh senior Kathy Senn, of Oshkosh, recently took her scientific studies abroad.
R. Shelly Lancaster, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh associate nursing professor, leads the medical surgical international clinic in India, which gives her students a global perspective on nursing care.
“I wanted students to be placed in this low-technology, low-resource setting so they could experience what it
The cover of Engage magazine features the word “engage” translated into German, Chinese, Arabic and Spanish. Translators from UW Oshkosh, the UW-System and the Fox Valley were used to ensure the correct translation was used for each language. Take a look at the explanations from