UW Oshkosh's Engage staff members answer the Over Coffee question: Who is your favorite teacher of all time?
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh experimental psychology graduate student Julie George, of Waupaca, captured this shot on an early-morning safari in the Serengeti, as part of a three-week, study-abroad trip to Tanzania.
Coming home: To celebrate its 50th-anniversary “golden jubilee,” the Oshkosh Normal School organized its first Homecoming in 1921. In addition to a sold-out football game and a dance, the event featured an estimated 600 alumni — representing at least 44 different graduating classes — who
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior Erica Brooks, (center, in pink) of Grafton, a human services major and music minor, studied abroad at Egerton University in January 2011, as part of UWO’s interim Seminar on Globalization: Africa’s Experience in Kenya. Students learned about environmental, economic, health,
To help celebrate the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s 140th anniversary in 2011-2012, alumni, faculty, staff and students are invited to share their daily life philosophy by writing a personal essay as part of the This We Believe at UW Oshkosh project.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Foundation is proud to announce the establishment of the following new funds and awards, which provide scholarship support, recognition of student achievements and enhanced departmental resources. Our appreciation is extended to the many donors who enrich students' educational experiences and