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Every man must decide whether he will walk in the light of creative altruism or in the darkness of destructive selfishness. — Martin Luther King Jr.
Taking flight: As they boarded a plane at Winnebago County Airport in September 1968, Michael Berken, Sandra Fruhman, Kris DeBruin and Thomas Recob became the first Wisconsin State University–Oshkosh students to participate in a new exchange program with African colleges.
UW Oshkosh was the lone undefeated team in the nation, as the Titans made their 12th trip to the NCAA Tournament, holding a postseason mark of 19-9-3.
Before he became a psychology professor, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s David Lishner didn’t have much faith in human nature. He believed that humans only helped each other if they had something to gain. After years of research on undergraduates at the University, his opinion has
How do you define altruism? What is the state of altruism in today’s world?
Despite the dreary weather, alumni, faculty, staff and students turned out to celebrate Titans Around the World Homecoming 2010 in October.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh professor Alfred Kisubi has an ulterior motive every time he teaches “Seminar of Globalization: Africa’s Experience.”