- Society of American Foresters (Oral History Program collaboration): A brief glimpse at early moments in the history of American forestry and the Society of American Foresters and oral history interviews collected at the 2016 SAF conference. The conference was centered around themes of diversity, inclusiveness, and the future of professional forestry. The OHP is grateful to those interviewers and foresters who made this collaboration possible.
- Recollection Wisconsin Guidelines for Oral History Projects: A brief but detailed guide about: issues to consider when approaching oral history, best practices for conducting interviews, and a list of resources related to the entirety of the oral historical process.
- African-American Athletes at UW Oral History Project: Biographies, images, and a collection of interviews with former UW student athletes who went on to become successful professionals in Madison and beyond.
- Ford Scholars Oral History Project: Oral histories from alumni of Ford Scholars, an experimental scholarship program that brought exceptional high school sophomores and juniors to the University of Wisconsin in the 1950s
- Badger Veterans Oral History Project: Now compiled online for the first time, this project was launched in 2011 to capture the first-person memories and experiences of military veterans at UW-Madison.
- Oral History by Joyce Steward featured on Writing Across the Curriculum’s showcase of Writing Program Administration pioneers. Professor Steward was the founder and director of the UW Writing Laboratory (now the Writing Center), and director of Introductory Courses in the Department of English.
- The Wisconsin Farms Oral History Project was awarded grant funding from the Wisconsin Humanities Council and the Ira and Ineva Reilly Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment for its work on The Land We Share Community Engagement Initiative, a partnership between the UW Oral History Program and UW-Whitewater
- Capitol Protests 2011 Oral History Project has been updated with five interviews now available online.
- New Oral Histories Online in 2016: Interviews from the Capitol Protests collection are now available with responsive and searchable indexes via OHMS
- “In People’s Faces for Lesbian and Gay Rights”: Stories of Activism in Madison, Wisconsin, 1970 to 1990: An article published in the Oral History Review LGBT special issue traces the role of local Madison organizers in the wider struggle for equality through the use of oral history
- Capitol Protests 2011 Oral History Project: A collection of oral history interviews that document citizens’ opposition to the 2011 budget repair bill in Wisconsin.
- Robert E. Gard Foundation Oral History Project: A collection of oral history interviews that commemorate the 50th anniversary of Gard’s “Arts in the Small Community Project.” The Gard Foundation collected stories from artists, educators, and administrators closely associated with Gard and his arts projects.
- Oral History in the Digital Age: August 27, 2015. Day-long workshop at UW-Madison on collecting, editing, preserving, and disseminating oral histories in a digital environment.
- U.S. Forest Products Lab Centennial Oral History Project: This collection includes digital audio recorded interviews with 52 current and former employees of the U.S. Forest Products Laboratory located in Madison, Wisconsin.