Internships can be daunting —for both the student and the supervisor.
But when things just ‘click,' as they did for human services leadership student Cymone Jones and her South Park Middle School internship supervisor, school counselor Katie Kessen-Checki ’03, the experience fosters great hands-on learning
The fall 2013 semester at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh marks the start of the highly anticipated University Studies Program (USP), a reform of the University’s general education program. This new 41-credit program is the first change in general education that the University has seen
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The first class of more than 1,700 students began their journey this week through the new University Studies Program (USP) at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
Construction of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's new Alumni Welcome and Conference Center continues. The center, a welcoming hub on campus, will be serve as UW Oshkosh's new front door, beginning in spring 2014
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s new University Studies Program—set to launch with the upcoming fall 2013 semester— already is garnering attention as a national model for general education reform.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh philosophy professor Laurence Carlin, who specializes in the history of modern philosophy and science, shares his thoughts about human nature and the quest for knowledge throughout history.
Engage staff members weigh in on the Over Coffee question: If you could develop an undergraduate class, what topic would you focus on?
Access–to food and opportunities–is something very important to Kat McCard.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Thomas Taraska '75, was presented the Russ Young Leadership and Achievement Award at the February dinner, sponsored by the Titan Touchdown Club.