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    From the Archives: "81 Mounds", a land sculpture designed by UW Oshkosh assistant art professor Richard G. Medlock, was constructed in 1977 only to be removed in 1983.

    Alumni Profile: Former coach and physical education teacher Bev Mickelson finds comfort in origami despite suffering from Parkinson’s disease.

    Check out a time-lapse video of UW Oshkosh student Irineo Medina creating a large-scale monotype print in one of the UW Oshkosh art studios.

    Chancellor Richard Wells reflects on the importance of art before retiring this fall.

    UW Oshkosh alumnus Cheryl Mellenthin and her husband recently donated $200,000 to the UW Oshkosh College of Nursing.

    UW Oshkosh Chancellor Richard H. Wells will retire this fall after serving as chancellor since 2000.

    On Campus: The brand new Alumni Welcome and Conference Center (AWCC) is finished and now open here on the UW Oshkosh campus! The beautiful, riverfront building includes event spaces, board rooms, a ballroom, fireplace, outdoor patio, and more.

    Learn how Human Services Leadership student Cymone Jones came to realize college is not only an option for her, but an opportunity for her to succeed.

    You can now read the Engage Magazine on your tablet! Download the UWO Magazines app today.

    Giving back to UW Oshkosh: learn how Russ and Jean Hutchison give back to future UWO students.

    Meet 70-year-old May '13 graduate Bob Warnke:

    Their Many Roads to Success…read stories of our how our alumni define success in the latest issue of Engage Magazine.

    UW Oshkosh Transforms General Education with the University Studies Program (USP).

    Alumni gathered in Oregon to support the football team in their run for the NCAA DIII Football Championship.

    UW Oshkosh students planning to graduate at the end of the fall 2012 semester enjoyed a free lunch on Dec. 4, at the historic Pollock Alumni House, where they were introduced to the many benefits of being an alumni.

    The 2012 alumni award winners were honored at a dinner, sponsored by the UW Oshkosh Alumni Association, on Oct. 12, as part of 2012 Homecoming activities. Five Distinguished Alumni and four Outstanding Young Alumni returned to campus to receive the honors from their alma mater. Get a glimpse of our top alumni in this photo gallery.

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    "Can we disagree yet find common ground?" UW Oshkosh Engage magazine's main feature addresses civility on campus, in the community and in the nation.

    On Campus: Waterfront hotel begins renovations

    On Campus: People, Places, Pride UW Oshkosh and Fox Valley Technical College joined forces with a new agreement that allows students in aeronautics pilot training and aircraft electronics programs at FVTC to transfer credits into a UWO aviation management emphasis.

    On Campus: People, Places, Pride UW Oshkosh's Horizon Village opened its doors to students this academic year. The five-story, 340-bed residence hall has been under construction since November 2010 and replaced the former Breese, Clemans and Nelson residence halls.

    On Campus: People, Places and Pride The UW Oshkosh Athletics department welcomed five new coaches into the Titan family in July, including Pat Juckem for men’s basketball, Brad Fischer for women’s basketball, Eamon McKenna ’04, for both men’s cross country and men’s track and field, Drew Ludtke for women’s cross country and Wytse Molenaar’06, for men’s soccer.

    Profile: Vanessa King Vanessa King has felt a calling to help others since a young age. The passion has followed her to UW Oshkosh, where she was recently accepted into the College of Nursing. Whether it’s been teaching English in Japan, leading an alternative spring break trip to Guatemala or volunteering at countless events, King has proven that she is serious about serving others.

    Profiles: Kevin Kropp Kropp, a UW Oshkosh senior, is part of the team that volunteers for the Oshkosh Area Community Pantry’s home delivery program.