I Am A Titan
“I Am A Titan” is a monthly selection of student-athletes, alumni, community members and faculty and staff members who share unique connections to the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
Being a Titan is about more than those in black and yellow on game day. It is about a connection that lives inside of each one of us.
Listen in as student-athletes share why being a Titan is important to them, as alumni share how being a Titan has impacted their lives, and as faculty and staff talk about how being a Titan aides in building role models. The stories and connections are endless.
If you share a connection to the stories of Titans you see here each month, we ask you to join us in showing your Titan pride. Join us at the next alumni event, come out for a home game, meet or match, tell us on Facebook or use the hashtag #iamatitan on Twitter.
I Am A Titan, Dave Krause (May 2013)
Dave Krause, a former UW-Oshkosh men's basketball student-athlete, graduated from UWO in 1989. In 2011, he returned to campus to take on a new role of Director of Alumni Relations and Development in the College of Business. "When you are here, you are a Titan. When you graduate, you are a Titan... We are all part of a family."
I Am A Titan, Brenna Garrison-Bruden (April 2013)
Brenna Garrison-Bruden, a UW-Oshkosh alumna, is the principal at Carl Traeger Elementary School. She graduated from the College of Education, had a job before she graduated and has been happily working ever since. She partners with various groups on the UWO campus to be the training grounds for future teachers.
I Am A Titan, Jesse Klein (March 2013)
Jesse Klein, an exercise science major, is a four-time
letter winner with the UW-Oshkosh men's soccer team. He is also
plays a major role in the school's student organization, "Black and