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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.
81 Mounds: The land sculpture, designed by UW Oshkosh assistant art professor Richard G. Medlock, was constructed in 1977 and consisted of 10 small earthen mounds, interwoven with concrete paths. Buried inside the mounds were small objects, including radios, a television, student art and—reportedly—a chip
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