My favorite memories from UWO would be the long-lasting friendships that were formed during my undergraduate days.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni took a walk down memory lane and shared their favorite experiences from campus life as part of the University’s first-ever Alumni Memories Project.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni enjoy connecting with the affinity groups they identified with when they were on campus, according to a recent online survey of UWO grads.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus David Anthes ’87, of Marietta, Ga., remembers his grade school teachers turning his Leap Day birthday—or lack thereof— into a lesson about how long it takes the earth to really travel around the sun.
The addition of three new University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alumni Association chapters, including the first two affinity chapters, gives graduates more ways to stay connected with their alma mater.
It was a big year, UWO. As we look forward to another great year, see all that you have to be proud of in our 2011 recap video.
Nearly a year ahead, more than a dozen University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni are planning what they hope will be their alma mater’s celebration of the decade — the first-ever All-Greek Reunion to take place Oct. 12-14, during Homecoming 2012.
Haven’t got a Clue how to reconnect with fellow alumni? Get back in the Game of Life at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Homecoming 2011.
From computer keyboard pieces to No. 2 pencils, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Stacey Cluppert’s supply list for her latest art project includes dozens of techie and traditional items.
Seven University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni from across the U.S. will return to their alma mater to receive UW Oshkosh Alumni Association awards during Homecoming 2011.