The desire to improve the quality of life in communities throughout the world and expand perspectives is at the heart of many UWO faculty, staff, alumni and students’ passions.
How far have you traveled and what did you learn? “It was my first time going to the beach ever, so it was really beautiful to see all of God’s work in action.” —Jaleah Powell, freshman, music composition Traveled to Florida “I learned about the importance of the arts
[caption id="attachment_6724" align="alignleft" width="296"] 2015-2016 Model UN Executive Board from the left: Daniel Dennis, Allison Mahnke, Nicole Lehto, Valerie Hagen and Zack Stuebs.[/caption] The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Model United Nations team knows what it means to win big. “For nearly four decades, the UW Oshkosh team
Behind the Iron Curtain: UW Oshkosh’s Soviet Seminar ran from 1967 to 1989, providing a unique opportunity to visit the country’s geopolitical rivals. Along for the trip in 1970 was William “Bill” Schumann ‘71. The trip was organized by Sociology Chair Juris Veidemanis. For Veidemanis, the
I have made a deliberate decision to devote my higher education career to institutions such as the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. We are a regional public university with a significant focus on improving the quality of life for northeastern Wisconsin. Regional public universities, or comprehensive
R. Shelly Lancaster, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh associate nursing professor, leads the medical surgical international clinic in India, which gives her students a global perspective on nursing care. “I wanted students to be placed in this low-technology, low-resource setting so they could experience what it
The cover of Engage magazine features the word “engage” translated into German, Chinese, Arabic and Spanish. Translators from UW Oshkosh, the UW-System and the Fox Valley were used to ensure the correct translation was used for each language. Take a look at the explanations from