During the last decade, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s campus began a process of transformation. Sage Hall isn’t the only new addition to the changing UW Oshkosh landscape.
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
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As a 2005 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh graduate, Tina Moritz, a social science major, learned about the world through books, but never took the chance to experience it first-hand by studying abroad.
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.
What's more altruistic than freezing one's face off in a nearly naked mile-long run for charity as evening falls on an early March Wisconsin day?
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's athletic department is home to 19 alumni who have returned to their alma mater to coach today's Titans to victory and keep UWO's student-athletes in top shape.
The following University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty members lent their expertise as sources in the main feature story about altruism.