University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Stacey Cluppert '10, of Markesan, has been busy sanding, priming and collecting school supplies to transform a fiberglass and resin nutcracker into a UW Oshkosh Titan, as part of Oshkosh's Nutcracker on the Town community art project.
While University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni can be found all across the nation and around the globe, 72 percent reside within just 100 miles of campus.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni from the Class of 1961 returned to campus for their 50-year anniversary reunion on Saturday, May 14.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Stacey Cluppert '10, of Markesan, has been selected to transform the UWO alumni-sponsored nutcracker, as part of Oshkosh's Nutcrackers on the Town community art project.
Despite the dreary weather, alumni, faculty, staff and students turned out to celebrate Titans Around the World Homecoming 2010 in October.
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Nearly 400 current University of Wisconsin Oshkosh employees have exchanged their backpacks for briefcases and returned to their alma mater to work.
When University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Thomas Oleson ’63, of Dunedin, Fla., started Para Los Niños 16 years ago, he had just $100 and a desire to help impoverished children.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior journalism major See Xiong, of Eau Claire, an integrated marketing and communications photography intern, spent three weeks studying abroad in Greece during summer 2010.