Her passion for learning and a desire to help others made University of Wisconsin Oshkosh junior marketing major Alexis Brown, of Chicago, curious about why she didn’t see more African American women with doctorates.
The discipline, medium and scale may change, but Andrew Redington has always been drawn to the visual arts. In high school and college, he gravitated to theatre and set design, even completing an apprenticeship with the Santa Fe Opera before earning a Master of Fine
In this issue of Engage magazine you will learn about some of the amazing work happening at UW Oshkosh and what the future holds for our excellent University. I am excited to share with you the vision that is coming into focus for the institution
30s Florence Palmer, last year attended ’37, Oshkosh, July 31, 2015 Adeline (Haesler) Ritchie (EHS) ’39, Oshkosh, Dec. 25, 2015 40s Jane Gruber (EHS) ’47, Madison, Oct. 10, 2015 Bernice (Hesser) Parks (EHS) ’43, Cadott, Dec. 4, 2015 Irene (Marquardt) Wagner (EHS) ’48, Shell Lake, June 23, 2015 50s Joyce (Lust) Chase (EHS)
60 Thomas Fuszard (LS), of Chico, Calif., retired after 54 years as a corporate communications consultant, speechwriter and speaker coach. 62 Elise Cholewinski (EHS), of Appleton, has been in ministry for 50 years and is director of religious education at Holy Spirit Parish in the Kimberly/Darboy