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.
Shawn Monroe ’08, feels he has always had a connection to the armed forces; his family ties to the military go all the way back to the Civil War. Now, he's the coordinator at UW Oshkosh's Veterans Resource Center
Earlier this year, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh lost a dedicated alumna and University champion, and I lost a dear friend and mentor.
Rebecca DuFour believes teaching literacy to middle school students brings out a lot of creativity and imagination.
In July 1998, I sat quietly in the surgical recovery room of the University of Tennessee Hospital, waiting to hear if my son, Erik, would make it. A few hours earlier, my family had been notified that Erik had been catastrophically injured in a car
When Jaime Castillo first arrived on the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus, he kept to himself. But it wasn’t long before he stepped out of his comfort zone.
When University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Thomas Oleson ’63, of Dunedin, Fla., started Para Los Niños 16 years ago, he had just $100 and a desire to help impoverished children.
One day in Madison, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student Eric Salzwedel volunteered his time to help a homeless man whom he had never met before. Salzwedel took the man to a nearby Taco Bell and assisted him with filling out a job application. Not only