SSS Weekly Update
February 1 - 5
TAP Summer Employment Opportunities
To view position descriptions, please go to:
To apply, please complete an application online at:
PreCollege Summer Employment Opportunity
Last Day to Apply: Monday, February 22, 2016
Apply Online: http://www.uwosh.edu/precollege/employment
Student Employee Requirements:
· Must be in good standing academically, and with the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Residence Life and University Conduct Policies.
· Must be at sophomore status or higher by February 2016, with a 2.7 Cum GPA or higher.
· Must demonstrate exceptional leadership skills that include: integrity, patience, excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and strong verbal communication skills.
· Must have hands-on volunteer and/or work experience and like working with middle and high school students from economically-disadvantaged and diverse cultural backgrounds.
· Must live in the residence halls with program participants and able to chaperone and tutor 24 hours a day.
· Bilingual in Spanish or Hmong (preferred)
· Students majoring in one of the following areas of study: Education, Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Human Resources, Business/Accounting, or Nursing/Pre-Med (preferred).
Black History Month Kickoff
Reeve Union, Room 307
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm - Art Gallery Showing
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm - Guest Speakers
Dr. Michelle Kuhl, associate professor of History at UWO, will briefly discuss the years 1619 to 1965, examining how African Americans developed creative strategies to overcome oppression and infuse their lives with dignity. This talk will look at how great individuals and groups of ordinary people worked to resist exploitation and make America live up to its promise. Emmet Sandberg, assistant professor of Art at UWO, will briefly discuss the importance of collaborative engagement, socially engaged art, and why it is beneficial for us (particularly students) to have an active role in the creation and development of memorial-based art projects
Reeve Union Board: Treat Yourself
Tuesday, February 2 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Reeve Union Concourse
Spring Semester is just around the bend and before the worst comes to pass, come and Treat Yourself with a few choice items. Providing you with delicious candy in a personalized jar just for you and cute novelty rubber ducks to make you laugh, we want you to tell us how you relax when times get hard. Stay strong and remember to Treat Yo’self this semester!
Spring Taste of Oshkosh: Club & Involvement Fair
Reeve Union Ballroom
Connect to the many involvement opportunities at Oshkosh’s student organization fair!
FREE pizza & popcorn
- Pizza available at 12:00 pm, while supplies last -
Kingian Non-Violence workshop
Reeve Union, Room 306
Join us for an opportunity to explore Kingian Non-Violencewith Dr. Timothy Sams, Vice President for Student Developmentat Morehouse College. The workshop is designed to equip participants with actionable steps used by Dr. King during the Civil Rights Movement, through thoughtful and strategic methodologies.
Opportunity to be certified to judge high school forensics
Wednesday, February 3 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
If you participated in high school forensics (speaking contests) or would like to be able to make some extra money as a judge for forensics, here is a great opportunity for you held on this campus the first Wednesday of SpringSemester.
Individuals interested in becoming a certified high school forensics/speech adjudicator (judge) can attend a workshop at UW-Oshkosh, Wednesday Feb. 3,2016, 5-7:30 p.m., being taught by Prof. Kay Neal. In order to attend the workshop, individuals must first complete a 2-hour online tutorial, available at http://learn.whsfa.org (select "Initial Speech Adjudicator Training," and on the right-hand side of the screen, Create a New Account on the site). UW-Oshkosh students pay a special reduced fee of $25 -- if they pay by check, which should be made payable to WHSFA. Be sure to select "Pay by Check" when enrolling in the online course, unless paying by credit card through PayPal, which is $36.50.
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Launch - Success Strategies for Students
Dempsey Hall, Room 314
Canley is a renowned performance consultant who has advised high-performance athletes, top corporations and community leaders. He uses research from some of the nation's psychologists to help these leaders think more effectively to increase their success. As a part of this program, Canley will share some tips to help you be successful in college.
Sponsored by the Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence
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Frangela - Comedian Duo
Reeve Union Ballroom
Frances Callier and Angela V. Shelton are real life best friends who talk to each other all day long. This used to be more convenient when Angela lived upstairs from Frances in Chicago when they met at the world famous Second City Theatre, where they polished their talents as writers and comedy satirists.
Free with Titan ID
Hypnotist Chris Jones
Reeve Union Ballroom
Hailing from the far off land of Chicago, Chris Jones returns to familiar territory to give us a one of a kind show. Gracing us with a dazzling, mesmerizing show, he uses elements of magic, comedy and hypnosis to create a one-of-a-kind experience. Featured on America’s Got Talent in 2015, Chris Jones can make the impossible possible.
Free with Titan ID
The Other Side of Success
Alumni Welcome & Conference Center ( AWCC)
Please join UW Oshkosh faculty, staff, students, alumni, and the general public for a conversation with the Head Football Coach of the UW Oshkosh Titans, Pat Cerroni, and Rosebush Professor of Theatre Richard Kalinoski about the surprising challenges encountered when an ambitious, but historically under-achieving, program finds conspicuous success.
House Party: African American Studies Program Film Series
Sage Hall, Room 1234
In this film a young high school student has been invited to a party at his friend’s house. But after a fight at school, his father grounds him. Nonetheless, he sneaks out when his father falls asleep. But he doesn't know that three of the thugs he got into a fight with at school have decided to give him a lesson in behavior. Directed and written by Reginald Hudlin.
Sponsored by: African American S
Titan - Nights
- Game Hero - Strike A Light - Pac Man - Alpine Racer - NFL Blitz - Giant Jenga - Crafts
- The Price Is Right - Giant Twister - Escape Room
- Free RUB movie 9:15 pm / The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2
- French Fry Bar! With Chili, Cheese, Bacon, and More...
Free with TitanCard / Guests: $5 / No bags, backpacks, or carry-in beverages
Step I & II Deadline-Spring Interim Study Abroad Programs
Dempsey Hall, Room 202
Steps I & II of the application process for most 2016 Spring Interim Study Abroad Programs are due today by NOON! Exceptions are listed on individual program websites.
RUB/Reeve: Newsies Trip
Performing Arts Center (PAC)
Stop the presses! UWO is going to the Appleton PAC for Newsies the Musical! This Tony Award wining musical (best score and best choregraphy), delivers an exciting time with great melodies and inspired athletic choreography! Tickets: $30 for students, $35 for guests. Bus Leaves: 4:00pm, Showtime: 7:30 pm.
Sponsors: RUB/Emerging Programs