Keeping both the mind and the body active-- whether through exercise, art, reading or writing—is often a great form of therapy. For former coach and physical education teacher Bev Mickelson ’77, of Portland, Ore., staying active even after she was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease was
An interest in sculpture reinforced by encouragement from high school teachers and support from his friends led Kevin Schellinger to major in art at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
Internships can be daunting —for both the student and the supervisor.
But when things just ‘click,' as they did for human services leadership student Cymone Jones and her South Park Middle School internship supervisor, school counselor Katie Kessen-Checki ’03, the experience fosters great hands-on learning
Giving back is part of Cymone Jones’ character. And it’s the focus of her education at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. But there was a point at which she didn’t think college would be an option.
Bob Warnke ’13, has donned many titles. He's a brother, husband,father, Cub Scouts master, veteran, business-owner, landlord, county board member, realtor, retiree, cancer-survivor and now,at 70 years old, college graduate.
With an adventurous and artistic spirit, Sandi Van Sistine, of Green Bay, has turned an unlikely space into a home for a mosaic of northeastern Wisconsin’s artists.
Jake White doesn't drink. And he considers that plenty of reason to throw a party.
Access–to food and opportunities–is something very important to Kat McCard.
As her May 2013 graduation from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh approaches, Sonia Singh is counting on her experience with three psychology studies to help her land either a research position or a spot in one of 12 doctoral programs she has applied to across
Vanessa King has felt a calling to help others since a young age.
The passion has followed her to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where she was recently accepted into the College of Nursing.
Whether it’s been teaching English in Japan, leading an alternative