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Zoe Scherer will be guest tweeter this week on @UWpowersMe account

Posted on Sep 6, 2013
UW-Superior sophomore will be first student tweeter this school year on @UWpowersMe account.
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Zoe Scherer music education major

Zoe Scherer music education major

UW-Superior student Zoe Scherer will be this week's guest voice of the UW System's "Knowledge Powers Wisconsin" campaign, taking her turn on the @UWpowersMe Twitter account September 9-15.

Scherer joins several others from the UW-Superior community who recently have tweeted for UWPowersMe. Back in August, Buzz the UW-Superior mascot was the first mascot to tweet for @UWpowersMe. Staff members Mickey Fitch and Jordan Appicelli have also shared their experiences as well; along with senior Derek Krivinchuk.

Scherer is a sophomore from Eden Prairie, Minnesota and is a music education major.She plays the saxophone in band and the guitar for fun. Scherer is a very active student on campus; she is in the UW-Superior acappella choir and is also an academic resource coordinator (ARC) in Ostrander residence hall. She loves cats and has one at home named Carlos. When she does have free time, she listens to music, crochets, practices saxophone and plays card games.

The @UWpowersMe Twitter account allows mascots, students, faculty, alumni - even chancellors - the opportunity to take control for one week, telling their UW story as only they can. It is a component of the social media arm of "Knowledge Powers Wisconsin," the campaign that highlights how the UW System powers economic growth in Wisconsin, improving the state's competitive edge by leveraging human capital, supporting business and industry and strengthening local communities.

See UWpowersMe tweets and follow the account and for more information on Knowledge Powers Wisconsin

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