The impact is real. Every day across Wisconsin and beyond, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni are helping to build thriving communities. They work to educate children, keep families safe and healthy and drive the success of local businesses and economies.
54 Claud Thompson (EHS), of Oshkosh, is a tree farmer who was inspired by Professor Fred Caudle’s conservation course.
60 H.W. ‘Jock’ Seal (LS), of Suamico, is the chief executive officer of The H.S. Group, which has been providing career management services for more than 45
Titan community across the nation. Whether based on geography or an affinity for a specific college, department, major or extra-curricular activity, the chapters provide opportunities for social, cultural and intellectual connections with fellow alumni.
Marion (Buck) Netzel (EHS) ’28, ’32, and ’60, Appleton, Jan. 13, 2015
Elvere (Gruenstern) Evans (EHS) ’37 and ’42, Madison, April 23, 2015
Jeanette Hebblewhite (EHS) ’35, ’36 and ’41, Oshkosh, Jan. 7, 2015
Etta (Hannemann) Safford (EHS) ’39, ’53 and ’56, Oshkosh, June 4, 2015
M. Anita (Bubolz)
Culture Clash: This 1970s scene was indicative of the times when sororities and fraternities lived within the same community cul-du-sac on Titan Court.
How has being in a community impacted your life?
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh graduates, Peter ’81, Marilyn ’81, Josh ’09, and Zach ’11, Mersberger established the Mersberger Financial Group Fund for SMEF scholarships in 2014 as a way to support students.
A common characteristic of best places to live, work and/or do business is the location of a college or university within those communities. That should not come as a surprise to those of us living in Oshkosh who have witnessed UW Oshkosh/community relationships that began
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