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Compliment a Colleague

Compliment a colleague and let them know what they mean to you. Please do so, in the comment space below.

The UW Oshkosh Shuttle service saves every Titan who uses it from the discomfort of walking in this dreary weather to campus parking lots, meetings, and events. During the semester they run on a routine, convenient schedule and during interim & summer breaks, the shuttle will pick you up right outside your building door. So, next time you’re thinking of braving the cold to get to your parking spot or meet with a colleague, give Sal (pronounced “Sale”) a ring at 920-424-7426. He is always courteous and very punctual. Thanks again, Sal, for driving us around. You do such a great job and it’s always a pleasure to ride with you!

Stacey Skoning

COEHS

Thank you to Dr. Tom Fischer for his unending support of our students and programs. He always takes on additional classes and clubs to ensure that our students have the courses and experiences they need to be successful. Please know how appreciative I am of this!

Stacey Skoning

COEHS

Thank you to Dr. Teri Wegner for her support, insight, level head, and organization. She always keeps me focused and positive and the department benefits from her ideas and support. Thank you too for working with our undergraduate research group!

Stacey Skoning

COEHS

Thank you to Dr. Lenore Wineberg for her willingness to step in and ensure our students could travel abroad this year. Without you, there would be no trip to Belize and our students would have missed out on an incredible opportunity. Thank you for making this experience happen for them!

Stacey Skoning

COEHS

Thank you to Dr. Lou Chicquette for his unending support of our students. Setting up winter camp, feeding them, and ensuring they have what they need to be successful is so important. You may not always hear their thank yous, but it does mean a lot to them, and to the whole department.

Stacey Skoning

COEHS

Thanks to Dr. Ann Mickelson for all she has done this semester. I especially appreciate the help she provided in getting our undergraduate research group up and running. Thank you!

Stacey Skoning

COEHS

Thanks to Dr. Toni Hameister. She really stepped up this semester and picked up a lot of new projects that allowed our outreach programs to continue to function. Thanks so much for all you have done for our programs!

Stacey Skoning

COEHS

Thanks to Dr. Denise Clark for her never ending support of our students and our community partners. She has done an outstanding job supporting students who struggled early in their field work and supporting administrators in local districts who want to make change. Outstanding!

Stacey Skoning

COEHS

A compliment for our student, Morgan Wolfe.

The Provost Office had to complete a UW System Report regarding our articulation agreements. Morgan was super helpful this past year and assisted me with revisions and proofreading several times. I am so thankful to Morgan for her excellent work and detail. Thank you, Morgan.

Sara Pritzl

Vice Chancellor's Office

I would like to send a huge thank you to Anne Duchek for all of her help uploading articulation agreements to the Admission’s transfer list. She was efficient and fast. The Provost Office has been working on this list for about a year. I greatly appreciate her help especially the last couple of weeks because of an UW System report that is due today. We could not have done it without Anne.

I really appreciate you! Thank you!

Sara Pritzl

Vice Chancellor's Office

Tom Romanowski is our new daytime custodian on the office side of 3rd floor Sage, and it’s bright and clean up here. Tom does more than work hard, he works smart, even seeking feedback via email. His hands are always moving, but while he works, he takes time to say hello and wish us a good day – not just university staff, but students and faculty, too. That means a lot. Glad you’re here, Tom!

Heidi Frey

Interdisciplinary Studies

Rick Landvatter is a super star. One of the Polk Distance Learning room’s equipment died a week and a half before the start of the semester. He scrambled to inform everyone, borrow replacement parts, and repair the system so everything would be ready for Arabic, Russian & Chinese students. Rick’s also willing to stay late supervising Distance Ed classes and is an all-around great guy. UWO is lucky to have such a dedicated employee who goes above & beyond.

Rebecca Habeck

Foreign Languages & Literature