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30s Miriam Olmsted (EHS) ’39, Fond du Lac, May 7, 2017 40s Donald Brink (EHS) ’48, Sister Bay, Jan. 27, 2017 Arlene May (Kellerman) Drews (EHS) ’49, Appleton, Jan. 14, 2017 Merrilla (Fiedler) Hannon (EHS) ’44, Green Bay, March 19, 2017 Margaret Mary Kilawee (EHS) ’47, (EHS) ’54, Sturgeon Bay, Dec.

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Share Your News and Pics From promotions and new jobs to milestones like marriage, new babies and retirement, let your former classmates and professors know what is happening in your life. Share your latest news and pictures by submitting an update online at uwosh.edu/alumni. Click on "Update

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19,000+ HOURS OF COMMUNITY IMPACT: University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s general education program—the University Studies Program (USP)—kicked off its fifth year with the 2017-2018 academic year. In 2016-2017, more than 19,000 hours of community impact were recorded by more than 1,100 USP students. Read more stories about

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This issue of Engage magazine addresses the critical need for organizations and communities across the nation to focus on being inclusive and supportive of an increasingly diverse population. At UW Oshkosh we strive for what we refer to as inclusive excellence—the fostering of greater diversity,

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53 Richard Smith (BS), of Bradenton, Florida, wrote Life After Eighty: A Personal Perspective on Living Well and Staying Happy, available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. 

64 Mary Anne Hill (LS) and (MSE) ’71, of Oneida, helped create the Wall of Hope and Healing, a

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 Lorraine (Sheets) Bowen ’39, Oshkosh, Oct. 24, 2016 Ethelyn F. (Furman) Theisen (EHS) ’39 and ’41, Loyal, June 22, 2016 40s Ruby (Herzberg) Abendroth (EHS) ’48, Greenville, July 4, 2016 Furman Allen (BS) ’41, Dublin, Ohio, Feb. 28, 2016 Ralph Anthony Breit (EHS) ’47, Fond du Lac, Oct. 25, 2016 Melvin

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This is a milestone issue of Engage magazine celebrating 10 years of bringing the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh to life in alumni homes around the world. This issue reflects on what it means to be a Titan through the lens of our students, faculty and

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