April 2016

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has embarked on the critical journey of implementing a new, forward-looking strategic plan that will focus on our core priorities of student success, academic excellence, campus effectiveness and our impact on the community, state and world. Strategic planning is

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The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh recently began producing—and selling—organic compost. Named Titan Gold, the compost is produced by the University’s dry fermentation anaerobic biodigester— a first-in-the-Americas facility that turns food, farm and yard waste into energy.

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Research Ready: For more than 100 years, UW Oshkosh operated a private elementary and middle school, above left, on campus — for much of that time in Swart Hall. The school provided teachers-in-training a chance to observe and participate in effective teaching and classroom management.

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