1. Pandemic response: UWO researchers find better communication, clearer lines of authority needed

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    City managers and village administrators across the state say their experiences responding to the COVID-19 pandemic showed the need for better communication and clearer lines of authority regarding public health, […]

  2. At 28, recent UWO business grad became one of Culver’s youngest franchisees

    Photo of UW Oshkosh alumna Alexandria Mahoney

    Not all graduates from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh College of Business march off to an office job with a jacket and a briefcase. Some, like Alexandria Mahoney, opt for […]

  3. UW Oshkosh: Olympics provide perfect jumping off point for teaching geography

    Photo of Heike Alberts with the Olympic flame at the Vancouver Paralympics in 2010.

    As a geographer and sports lover, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Heike Alberts naturally adores the Olympics, especially the winter games that showcase some of the world’s most beautiful snowcapped landscapes. […]

  4. New UWO research links continents to key transitions in Earth’s oceans, atmosphere and climate

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    A new study led by University of Wisconsin Oshkosh geologist Timothy Paulsen advances the understanding of the role continents have played in the chemical evolution of Earth’s oceans, with implications […]

  5. UWO’s new cybersecurity center offers experience with real-world cyber threats

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    The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has opened a new cybersecurity center, providing new space for research, training and outreach related to cybersecurity, in a partnership with the Wisconsin Cyber Threat […]

  6. High schoolers jump into freshwater science

    Photo of high school student Quienten Anger measuring nitrate value in the Chippewa River with Professor J. Brian Mahoney. Willow Anderson in the background.

    Summer program provides hands-on experiences studying lakes, rivers and streams throughout Wisconsin. What’s the best way to get high school students interested in water sciences? Get their feet wet, literally. […]

  7. Journey to graduation: UW Oshkosh senior combines Pokemon passion with history degree

    Photo of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior Caleb Gedemer, of Little Chute

    As a professional Pokemon card player, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh senior Caleb Gedemer, of Little Chute, gained new perspectives as he traveled the world to take part in competitions. Now […]

  8. Fond du Lac mom heads back to school, seeks UWO special education degree

    Photo of Amber Buss of Fond du Lac

    It was early last spring when Amber Buss of Fond du Lac started dreaming about something bigger. She remembers a conversation she had with her husband, Brandon Buss, about the […]

  9. The future looks fresh: New collaboration will boost Wisconsin water research, policy, and economy

    Photo of faculty from five UW campuses who met in July at the UW-Waukesha field station for a daylong retreat to plan Freshwater Science 101, a new course to be offered to students at UW-Madison, UW-Milwaukee, UW-La Crosse, UW Oshkosh, and UW-Parkside. Pictured are Eric Strauss, Robert Stelzer, Jake VanderZanden, Mike Carvan, Greg Kleinheinz, Jessica Orlofske, and Marlin, who gave them a tour of the station. Taking the photo was Tracy Boyer. Photo courtesy of Heidi Jeter.

    On a sunny afternoon in late September, a group of undergraduate students boarded Limnos II, UW-Madison’s Center for Limnology (CFL) pontoon boat, for a field trip on Lake Mendota with CFL […]

  10. UW Oshkosh named one of nation’s best schools for men in nursing for fifth year

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    University of Wisconsin Oshkosh College of Nursing (CON) was named one of the nation’s best schools for men in nursing during the annual American Association for Men in Nursing (AAMN)—marking […]