By Ian Arthur @Ian_CHILDonFIRE What could be an easier way to show love for the Journalism Department than with some J-dept swag? The Journalism Department is looking to have t-shirts made that faculty and students can purchase. The coolest part is student’s get a chance to create the design! The winner will have their design… Read More Journalism Department T-shirt Design Contest
By Ian Arthur @Ian_CHILDonFIRE Along with traditional students, UW Oshkosh is also home to many nontraditional adult students. One of those students is Charlene Dungan. Dungan is a journalism major and recently received the Outstanding Returning Adult Student Award for her work on her website ptsdandfamilies.com. She was nominated for the award by journalism professor… Read More Journalism Student Receives Outstanding Returning Adult Student Award
By Nicole Kiefert @nicole_kiefert Thanksgiving has been around since the early 1600s to celebrate a plentiful harvest. In America, this holiday falls on every fourth Thursday in November. It’s typically celebrated by a gathering with friends and family where guests eat a lot of turkey and pies and watch football. Americans participate in traditions such… Read More What Are You Thankful for?
By Nicole Kiefert @nicole_kiefert Dr. Julie Henderson received the Outstanding Educator Award at the Public Relations Society of America Conference in October. Henderson said it was so surreal to receive the honor that she almost didn’t believe it when she first got the call. “It’s funny because I got a message on my phone, they… Read More Dr. Julie Henderson Receives PRSA Outstanding Educator Award
By Nicole Kiefert @nicole_kiefert The Fulbright Scholar program is the biggest exchange program in the United States. It gives opportunities for students and young professionals to travel internationally for graduate school, research and all levels of teaching worldwide. This year, Mirza Mehmedovic is a Fulbright Scholar at UW Oshkosh, doing research for his doctoral dissertation,… Read More Meet Mirza Mehmedovic, Oshkosh’s Fulbright Scholar
By Nicole Kiefert @nicole_kiefert Wisconsin has a long history of high voter turnout, which could be why so many citizens feel obligated to vote. Keeping up with tradition or not, it’s important for all citizens, nationwide, to be taking elections seriously and doing their civic duty by looking into candidates and issues and making an… Read More Student Voting Information