A paper about food access and vulnerability coauthored by UW Oshkosh associate marketing professor Melissa Bublitz has been selected as the 2022 Thomas C. Kinnear Award for outstanding article in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing.
The Whitburn Center for Governance and Policy Research at UW Oshkosh commemorates Women’s History Month with a conversation Wednesday, March 9 with women who are leading the way in government across Wisconsin.
Gov. Tony Evers announced today that the Wisconsin State Building Commission approved approximately $124 million in key building projects across the state, including approximately $27 million in renovations to the UW Oshkosh's Clow Hall.
UW Oshkosh’s new Whitburn Center for Governance and Policy Research seeks to reinvigorate Wisconsin’s “good government” tradition by embodying the public service ideals of its founding benefactor, alumnus Gerald Whitburn ’66.
A 17-month COVID-19 economic impact survey conducted by UWO's Center for Customized Research and Services collected feedback from 3,500 Wisconsin business leaders to help shape policies and strategies to assist in recovering from the pandemic.
Stakeholder meetings are underway for a comprehensive workforce development study of Wisconsin’s papermaking industry. The research is a collaborative effort between the UWO’s Center for Customized Research and Services and the Wisconsin Paper Council.