A University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student who aspires to be a college professor is thrilled with the release of Vol. 11 of Oshkosh Scholar—a journal that features student research.
Craig Stenbroten, UWO Football Assistant Coach Passionate, complex, caring. Luke Venne, UWO Football Assistant Coach Passionate, dedicated, hardworking. Brett Kasper, UWO quarterback Real, passionate, caring. Dylan Hecker, UWO running back Leader, passionate, motivational Sam Mentkowski, UWO wide receiver Genius, honest, leader Nick Boyd, UWO defensive lineman Focused, empowering, genius Ty Summers, UWO offensive lineman Dedicated, patient, mentor
Gilbert "Bud" Barlow, was elected honorary captain of the 1933 Oshkosh State Teachers College football team after a career-topping season as halfback. That year the squad outscored its opponents 77-14. Having played his three years of eligibility, Barlow helped coach in 1934 as an assistant.
Confidence and a love of learning helped Melinda (Wulf) Hull ’12, land a spot in a perioperative nursing immersion clinical at Theda Clark during her final semester at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. “As she interviewed, I as well as the nurse leaders from Theda Clark
Melinda (Wulf) Hull '12, shares her hard-fought journey to graduate with a nursing degree from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, despite a diagnosis of congestive heart failure during her senior year. I knew I always wanted to be a nurse. No one in my family had
53 Richard Smith (BS), of Bradenton, Florida, wrote Life After Eighty: A Personal Perspective on Living Well and Staying Happy, available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. 64 Mary Anne Hill (LS) and (MSE) ’71, of Oneida, helped create the Wall of Hope and Healing, a
Six families with University of Wisconsin Oshkosh ties have gone camping together every fourth weekend of July since 1985.