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.
Nearly 150 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni who work at Thrivent Financial’s operations center in Appleton gathered for a special meet-and-greet event last summer with Chancellor Andrew Leavitt.
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.
In this issue of Engage magazine you will learn about some of the amazing work happening at UW Oshkosh and what the future holds for our excellent University. I am excited to share with you the vision that is coming into focus for the institution
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student-athletes, coaches and athletic department staff have spent several decades establishing a winning tradition of bringing home conference, regional and national championship trophies to the University.
Florence Palmer, last year attended ’37, Oshkosh, July 31, 2015
Adeline (Haesler) Ritchie (EHS) ’39, Oshkosh, Dec. 25, 2015
Jane Gruber (EHS) ’47, Madison, Oct. 10, 2015
Bernice (Hesser) Parks (EHS) ’43, Cadott, Dec. 4, 2015
Irene (Marquardt) Wagner (EHS) ’48, Shell Lake, June 23, 2015
Joyce (Lust) Chase (EHS)
60 Thomas Fuszard (LS), of Chico, Calif., retired after 54 years as a corporate communications consultant, speechwriter and speaker coach.
62 Elise Cholewinski (EHS), of Appleton, has been in ministry for 50 years and is director of religious education at Holy Spirit Parish in the Kimberly/Darboy
90 Patricia (Zietlow) Miller (LS) and ’00 (MS), of Fitchburg, published her second picture book, Wherever You Go.
84 Margaret Odahowski (MSE), of Charlottesville, Va., wrote The Way of the Hammock: Designing Calm for a Busy Life.
78 Pamela Ford (LS), of Wauwatosa, wrote the 1840s-based historical
he start of the fall semester has been a momentous time for both me and my family. I first had the pleasure of helping with move-in days on Sept. 6 and 7. The UW Oshkosh community of alumni, staff and faculty carried box after box
UW Oshkosh ranked No. 3 in the nation on Sierra magazine’s “Cool Schools” list for its commitment to sustainability, protecting the environment, addressing climate issues and encouraging environmental and social responsibility.