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UW Oshkosh professor sues chancellor, provost

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September 30, 2020

Chancellor Andrew Leavitt and Provost John Koker are being sued by a UWO professor who claims that they illegally imposed sanctions after improperly investigating a complaint against him. In a complaint...

UW Oshkosh employees take furlough to offset pandemic financial hit

UW Oshkosh employees take furlough to offset pandemic financial hit
September 30, 2020

If you’re attending classes at UW Oshkosh this semester, then you’ve probably heard professors mention spending time on “furlough.” But what does that mean? Essentially, faculty members are...

UW Oshkosh sexual assault lawsuit nearing closure

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September 30, 2020

A year-long legal dispute between UW Oshkosh and a former student over the constitutionality of a Title IX proceeding that followed an alleged sexual assault could be nearing its end. A hearing on the...

Winnebago County regains jobs lost in pandemic, skills shortage threatens recovery

Winnebago County regains jobs lost in pandemic, skills shortage threatens recovery
September 30, 2020

After exceeding Great Recession levels back in April, the unemployment rate in Winnebago County has normalized, even as issues that plagued the economy before the pandemic have been amplified in its wake. The...

‘Your mother just saved your life’

'Your mother just saved your life'
Kurtis Rodriguez's path to recovery
September 30, 2020

Kurtis Rodriguez only had a few minutes to get ready in his mother’s basement. His father was waiting outside to take him to the Winnebago County Jail for his drug test. Being out on bond sucked....

FIXED: Our Project and the Lessons Learned

September 30, 2020

The FIXED Storytelling Project was intended to have an event on May 5, 2020. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, that event has been canceled. Stories from this project will be published throughout...

Why I stayed

September 30, 2020

Beverly Gooden, a social activist focusing on women’s issues and domestic abuse and creator of the #WhyIStayed trend, spoke to students at UW Oshkosh via Collaborate Ultra on September 28th in coordination...

UW Oshkosh COVID-19 survey indicates broadband internet access impacts work-from-home options for Wisconsin businesses

UW Oshkosh COVID-19 survey indicates broadband internet access impacts work-from-home options for Wisconsin businesses
September 29, 2020

More than half of all businesses responding to UW Oshkosh’s sixth monthly survey to monitor the COVID-19 impact in Wisconsin shows access to broadband internet is limiting employees’ ability to work...

College students will decide this election, vote!

College students will decide this election, vote!
September 27, 2020

This is a sponsored letter from VoteAmerica - a nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to increasing student voter turnout. Dear Students, Let’s cut to the chase -  a lot of people have probably told...

As COVID cases rise, administration pleas with students to avoid close contact

Carter Uslabar / The Advance-Titan
September 23, 2020

Chancellor Andrew Leavitt and other members of the UW Oshkosh administration answered student and parent concerns related to COVID-19 protocols on campus in a virtual town hall meeting Tuesday. “There...

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