Vanessa King has felt a calling to help others since a young age.
The passion has followed her to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where she was recently accepted into the College of Nursing.
Whether it’s been teaching English in Japan, leading an alternative
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.
Packer fever reignited on the UW Oshkosh campus in July, when alumnus William Povletich '95 shared stories and insight into his new book Green Bay Packers: Trials, Triumphs and Tradition, during a picnic-style lunch at Pollock Alumni House.
Listen to Christian Jensen ’07, talk about the “captains” and “angels” who make up the courageous myTEAM TRIUMPH (MTT) Wisconsin Chapter.
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After a semester filled with interacting via Twitter in Sara Steffes Hansen's classroom, here is what a couple of her students had to say in 140 characters or less:
Why do you feel using Twitter in your classroom was a creative execution of learning?
"Using @Twitter in
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Asia Voight ’96, grew up as an active young woman—a success by most everyone’s definition.
I was born in a nomadic family in Mongolia as the youngest child. We used to take care of hundreds of sheep and goats. I wanted to go to school when I saw my brothers and sisters going to school.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Foundation is proud to announce the establishment of the following new funds and awards, which provide scholarship support, recognition of student achievements and enhanced departmental resources. Our appreciation is extended to the many donors who enrich students’ educational experiences and
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.