A powerful new nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer is acting as a catalyst to boost chemistry research and teaching at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
Funded by a $355,244 grant from the National Science Foundation’s Major Research Instrumentation Program, the custom-built spectrometer is used to study
19,000+ HOURS OF COMMUNITY IMPACT: University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s general education program—the University Studies Program (USP)—kicked off its fifth year with the 2017-2018 academic year. In 2016-2017, more than 19,000 hours of community impact were recorded by more than 1,100 USP students. Read more stories about
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is deep into its 2017-2018 athletic season, but remnants of its record-setting 2016-2017 season are still fresh on Titans’ minds. UWO had six teams head to the NCAA postseason a year ago, while eight other programs had individuals attain a
After navigating the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus together for the past five years, it was only fitting that nontraditional special education major Ann Mittelstadt, of Beaver Dam, would want her service dog, Tory, to accompany her as she walked the stage at spring commencement.
For five years, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has been bringing awareness to the old saying: “You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.”
Each spring, UW Oshkosh hosts a local international men’s march event—called Walk a Mile in
This issue of Engage magazine addresses the critical need for organizations and communities across the nation to focus on being inclusive and supportive of an increasingly diverse population. At UW Oshkosh we strive for what we refer to as inclusive excellence—the fostering of greater diversity,
A University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student who aspires to be a college professor is thrilled with the release of Vol. 11 of Oshkosh Scholar—a journal that features student research.
Leaders. Researchers. Champions. What makes a Titan? We asked our campus community what being a Titan means to them.
For high-achieving students and University leaders, it is a point of pride that the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will officially launch an Honors College.
In a digital world, there is just something about getting a handwritten note in the mail—it’s meaningful, impactful and personal.