1. UW-Oshkosh responding to Wisconsin’s need for special education teachers

    Photo of UW-Oshkosh special education student teacher in the classroom while student teaching

    UW-Oshkosh is responding to the growing need for special education teachers. The university has launched two new programs for those seeking to re-specialize, add a license, or find an alternative route to licensing. Special education major Roxanne Kakreka recently completed her student-teaching hours, building positive relationships with students to help them feel safe and comfortable […]

  2. UW-Oshkosh alumnus moves forward, gives back

    Photo of UW-Oshkosh alumnus Patrick Gaughan, Class of ’71, in Central Africa working with Smile Train in his second career as a registered nurse.

      UW-Oshkosh alumnus Patrick Gaughan, Class of ’71, is taking lifelong learning seriously. After a 28-year career in public service with the city of Jacksonville, Florida, he returned to school to become a registered nurse and has since discovered a whole new world overseas as a medical missionary. His inspiring work with Smile Train in […]

  3. UW-Oshkosh is buzzing about student entrepreneurial venture

    Photo of UW-Oshkosh student team helping to promote an entrepreneurial venture

    A team of UW-Oshkosh students is preparing to test a product called Bee Shield™, designed to improve survival of honeybee colonies in cold-weather climates. This collaborative initiative between the UW-Oshkosh and WiSys matches student entrepreneurs and inventors with the ultimate goal of taking a product to market. Watch “Hive Central” video

  4. UW-Oshkosh art students get creative with Oshkosh Defense project

    Photo of an art student in a digital fabrication class, who recently gained real-world professional experience working with one of the community's most prestigious employers, Oshkosh Defense.

    UW-Oshkosh art students in a digital fabrication class recently gained real-world professional experience working with one of the community’s most prestigious employers, Oshkosh Defense. The students created innovative designs for the company’s new People First Recognition Awards Program. Final designs will be manufactured for a fall award ceremony.

  5. UW-Oshkosh students share creative, scientific projects

    Photo from UW-Oshkosh's 26th annual Celebration of Scholarship held April 2019

    Student researchers at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh shared their artistic creations, content analyzes, scientific and social experiments, simulations and syntheses at the 26th-annual Celebration of Scholarship in April. The event, which included oral and poster presentations, art exhibits and performances, was held at Reeve Memorial Union, and was followed by the Provost’s Awards Reception. […]

  6. UW-Oshkosh senior honored to welcome social justice activist Angela Davis to campus

    Photo of prominent national speaker Angela Davis and UW-Oshkosh senior Brianna Langs

    Through the hard work and initiative of UW-Oshkosh senior Brianna Langs, the campus welcomed a prominent national speaker in March to kick off Women’s History Month. Long-time social justice activist Angela Davis used her keynote to inspire a packed crowd of more than 700 in Reeve Union. Davis spoke about justice for women of color […]

  7. UW-Oshkosh invites Oshkosh 94 members for time of healing, remembering

    Photo of Sheila Knox, a member of the Oshkosh 94, who served on the Black Thursday Remembered committee. Knox was recognized Dec. 15 at Commencement with an Honorary Doctorate degree, in part for her work in preserving the story and legacy of the Oshkosh 94.

    Last fall at UW-Oshkosh was a time for sharing and healing. Fifty years ago, 94 African-American students were arrested and expelled after demanding improved experiences for students of color. The campus invited these students to return for midyear commencement and an emotional remembrance event. Chancellor Leavitt presented Sheila Knox with an honorary doctorate and recognized other Oshkosh 94 […]

  8. Alumni share the delights of UW-Oshkosh with their grandkids

    Photo taken at UW-Oshkosh Grandparents University

    UW-Oshkosh’s Grandparents University is an educational program that brings grandparents and their grandchildren together for two fun-filled days of cross-generational exploration and learning. UWO alumni and other participants enjoyed sharing a chapter of their lives with a younger generation. More

  9. UW-Fond du Lac Living Laboratory partnership with local children’s museum provides unique opportunities for students

    Photo of Clara Wojkiewicz (left) participating in an activity at the Children's Museum of Fond du Lac while UW-Fond du Lac student Grace Hudson monitors her progress.

    Eyes sparkle and small hands clap in delight after moving the ball across a board to successfully make a series of lights turn on. There is pride in comprehension and completion for this young child as she learns through play at the Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac. Her learning is both personal and broadly significant: […]

  10. UW-Oshkosh student connects painting and programming with responsive art

    Photo of Nick Pierson working on artwork that shows his prowess as both an artist and a coder.

    There is typically a significant distinction between fine artists and computer programmers, but University of Wisconsin Oshkosh fine arts major Nick Pierson, of Appleton, counts himself among both of these groups. Funded by a grant from the UW Oshkosh Office of Student Research and Creative Activity, Pierson has created a piece of artwork that shows […]