Financial Aid/Scholarship Session for Study Abroad

Thursday, March 2: Either Sage 2221 or Halsey 202


If you are a student looking into traveling abroad but are looking for ways to pay for your trip, then come to this session! Representatives from both the Office of International Education and Financial Aid office will be here to help with any questions that students may have!

Step III Deadline: Summer and Fall Semester Study-Abroad Programs

Friday, February 22: Dempsey 202

Applications due no later than noon

This is the deadline for most summer and fall 2017 study abroad trips through UWO! There are certain trips that do not have this day as a deadline, but the majority of trips are needed to be applied for today!

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UW-Oshkosh Theatre: Laughter on the 23rd Floor

Friday, March 3 through Sunday, March 5: Fredric March Theatre

First show on Friday: 7:30 pm Last show on Sunday: 2:00 pm

Another piece put on by UWO students, Laughter on the 23rd Floor talks about the 1950's culture and society at the time, with a comical spin placed on a staff full of writers- what could go wrong? Tickets range from $5-$14.

Dream, Girl: UW Oshkosh Diversity and Inclusion Film Series

Thursday, March 2: Reeve Union Theatre

6:00 pm

The next film presented in the UW Oshkosh Diversity and Inclusion Film Series, Dream, Girl is a documentary about ambitious and entrepreneurial women and the stories of how they got to be where they are now.

Titan Nights: Professional Dress Fashion Show featuring Katie Manthey

Friday, March 3: Reeve Union Ballroom

8:30 pm - 10:00 pm

The creator of Dress Profesh, Katie Manthey, is helping emcee an event showcasing clothing options that the Career Closet has for students. This event is also to help discuss how professional dress is oppressive in nature to some minority populations.

Tom Ryan, Nutritional Speaker

Tuesday, February 28: Reeve Ballroom

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Tom Ryan, a renowned fitness and nutrition speaker, is coming to speak to students on how to effectively fight college weight gain, gain nutritional knowledge and help combat any urges that arise in terms of unhealthy habits!

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Happiness Challenge 2017: Just Laugh

February 20 - February 27: UWO Counseling Center

This is a week-long event hosted by the UWO Counseling Center to help provide students ways to combat any sort of stress! This week's topic is just laugh! With most of these events, students can follow along on the Counseling Center's Facebook page and choose which apply to them the best!

Peer Mentor Application

Due no later than Wednesday, March 1

Applications can be turned into Debbie Gray Patton at the Pollock House

Have you ever wanted to help make a difference and help students manage their classwork? The Peer Mentor position is geared towards motivated and dedicated individuals who have a want to help first-year students in their acclimation to college life!

For more information about the position, direct all questions to Debbie Gray Patton at her email (graypatt@uwosh.edu) or by giving her a call (920-424-1402)

Michael Kareken Artist Reception

Thursday, March 2: Allen Priebe Art Gallery

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Artist Michael Kareken, who is known for infusing scrap pieces and garbage into his paintings, is having his art currently shown in the campus art gallery. From February 22 until March 15, students can go in and check out his many pieces of acclaimed artwork.

Specifically on March 2, there is a reception being held for Kareken that will help showcase his art on a different level.

Health Advocate application

Due no later than March 17

Do you hold an interest in any sort of a health or wellness field? Students who will at least be a sophomore next year, hold a minimum of a 2.5 GPA and are studying in a field related to health or wellness are able to apply for position.

MBA Information Session

Thursday, March 2: UWO Green Bay Executive Education Center, Room 115

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Any students who are interested in continuing their education towards earning an MBA should check this event out! This event is organized by Tera Larson and will provide valuable information about the benefits of earning at MBA from UWO!

LGBTQ+ Student Panel: Telling Our Stories

Tuesday, February 28: Sage 4232

Begins at noon

Students in the LGBTQ+ community here on Oshkosh's campus are coming together to provide insight into their daily experiences and how they navigate their daily lives through campus and the community.

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