Four UW Oshkosh students had their research featured at the 13th annual Posters in the Rotunda at the state capitol. As a whole, the UW System is a national leader in undergraduate research. Read more about research.
More than 1,000 graduates became UW Oshkosh’s newest alumni
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.
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.
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.
In March, the second Executive MBA cohort, along with two of their University of Wisconsin Oshkosh professors, traveled as part of the 16-month, rigorous program to Seoul, South Korea, and Beijing, China, for an experience of a lifetime.
Many things drive the success of championship sports teams, but they all have one thing in common: the ability to put personal ego aside and perform as a team. Teamwork is at the heart of community in sports. And it’s the foundation of University of
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh graduates, Peter ’81, Marilyn ’81, Josh ’09, and Zach ’11, Mersberger established the Mersberger Financial Group Fund for SMEF scholarships in 2014 as a way to support students.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty and staff were welcomed and recognized for their accomplishments and contributions at the annual Opening Day assembly in September.
“I wanted to create a scholarship for someone who was a high achiever