By: Carissa Brzezinski (@CJBrzezinski) The UW Oshkosh Department of Journalism would like to congratulate Andrea Larson for being awarded the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence. Larson is one of 17 seniors from UW Oshkosh who were recognized with this honor. Recipients exemplify high academic and leadership abilities with an evident commitment to serving their school and… Read More Andrea Larson Receives Chancellor’s Award for Excellence
By Nicole Kiefert (@nicole_kiefert) Graduating can be exciting, but the thought of entering the real world can be terrifying. What do you do with your free time without homework? How do you find a job? How do you become an adult? Luckily, UW Oshkosh helps to prepare students for post-graduation real world situations. With services… Read More Tips for Interviews and Portfolios
By Sheng Lee (@shengdanger) The UW Oshkosh Journalism Department’s advising program is meant to help you advance toward your degree in a timely and orderly manner. However, it is ultimately YOUR responsibility to make sure you meet all the requirements for graduation. The advising program gives you an opportunity to meet one-on-one with a journalism… Read More Journalism Department advising begins next week! Are YOU ready?
“Commencement is often a bittersweet time for faculty members. It’s a joy to see students complete their four-year (or more) journey and begin the next phase of their lives, but also sad to see people leave who have been a part of our daily lives.”… Read More Commencement is Bittersweet for Professors
By Kelly Engebretson (@misskellymae) I never imagined that I would be part of the blogosphere. Or should I say, I never thought I would be writing for a blog… or is the correct term blogging? Well, either way here I am, attempting to make my mark in the world of social media. And let me… Read More To Tweet or Not to Tweet? It’s not even a question.