It is listening, paying attention and being calm and fair in discussion over contentious topics. It is not trash-talking, name-calling, gossiping or passing the buck.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Kathy (Dugan) Schumann ’97, of Sun Prairie, shared her thoughts in a This We Believe at UW Oshkosh essay about how a trip to Haiti opened her eyes to how complicated her life had become.
The weekend of Oct. 12–14 offers something for the entire UW Oshkosh community during A Titan Throwback Homecoming 2012, as well as some extra special events for former Greek alumni with the first-ever All-Greek Reunion.
Without Kevin Kropp, many home-bound senior citizens in the area would not get the food assistance they rely on each month.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Rhonda Lindstrom, of Aurora, always has been passionate about helping others. She has traveled around the globe—from Mexico, to India, to Africa—following her calling to assist those who are less fortunate.
It takes courage to swim against the economic currents, push the entrepreneurial envelope and find new ways to continue to build out, advance and further transform the state’s third-largest University.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Saran Batchuluun ’10, already has lived many lives of courage in her 40-something years.
Working with patients undergoing rehabilitation, physical therapy and personal training has brought a new perspective on joy and courage to Christian Jensen ’07, who founded the myTEAM TRIUMPH Wisconsin Chapter in 2008.
The footprint of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will soon change— and expand—again.
Shawn Monroe ’08, feels he has always had a connection to the armed forces; his family ties to the military go all the way back to the Civil War. Now, he's the coordinator at UW Oshkosh's Veterans Resource Center