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Allie Tacheny and Terencio (Terry) Daunte McGlasson (11-04-13)


Office of Multicultural Affairs

University of Wisconsin-Superior

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Belknap and Catlin
P.O. Box 2000
Superior, WI 54880

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Office of Multicultural Affairs

Allie Tacheny and Terencio (Terry) Daunte McGlasson (11-04-13)

The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning want you to meet:

Allison Tacheny

Allie Tacheny

Hometown: Brook Park, MN

Department or Office: Admissions and University Relations

Where did you attend college, grad school, doctoral school?: I attended UW-Superior for Elementary Education, but fell in love with campus and did not want to leave, so I applied here instead of elementary schools!

Programs/services that you coordinate/provide: I am office support in both places.  Coordinating travels, making orders, helping with financial management, organizing, scheduling, and working with prospective and admitted students in our system are just some of the things I do on a day to day basis.  

In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful?: Always do your best-even on days you may not feel like it. Cherish every moment during college-inside and outside of the classroom. It goes by way too quickly!

What is your favorite book?: I love reading and could not just choose one book, but for a genre, I am very cheesy and love the sappy romance books! Ha.

One fun fact about you: My husband and I are remodeling our house on our own. We have completely ripped the majority of it apart from top to bottom and only have two rooms left to finish! It is lookin' good!


Terry McGlassonTerencio (Terry) Daunte McGlasson

Hometown: Superior, Wisconsin

Department or Office: Educational Leadership - Guidance & Counseling Program

Where did you attend college, grad school, and/or doctoral school?: I grew in California's Central Valley region, the farm and dairy lands south of Fresno in the center of the state. I graduated from Fresno State University with a degree in Criminology - Law Enforcement. I moved to Portland, Oregon in 1994 to attend graduate school at Western Seminary, where I earned two master's degrees - theology and counseling. I was a protestant minister for many years, before my 16 year career as a psychotherapist. I accepted a position here at UWS in August of 2010.

List what classes you teach?: Introduction to Counseling, Practicum, Human Growth and Development, Multicultural Counseling, Family Crisis Intervention, Couple and Marriage Counseling, and Counseling and Human Sexuality

In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful?: Studying and applying what you learn are very important, but just as important is learning about yourself, remaining open to change and growth and seeking out/maintaining safe and accepting relationships with people who will allow you to be the real you.

What is your favorite book?: "Man's Search for Meaning" by Viktor Frankl changed my life.

One fun fact about you: I love the opportunities I am afforded here at UWS to reach out to diverse groups of people and to support them in their journeys.

 

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If you would like to be featured as a Faculty/Staff Spotlight:

The Office of Multicultural Affairs and Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) are excited to collaborate on the Faculty/Staff Spotlight! Modeled after the Student Spotlight hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, this feature will spotlight photos and information about our great faculty and staff.  Won't you please consider being part of this Spotlight opportunity?
 
To participate, all you need to do is fill out the following information and return to cetl@uwsuper.edu:
 
Faculty/Instructional Staff Questions:
 
Name:
Hometown:
Department or Office:
What life experiences led you to your current career?:
List the classes you teach:
In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful?:
What is your favorite book?:
What is your favorite hobby or activity outside of work?:
One fun fact about you:

Non-Instructional Staff Questions:
 
Name:
Hometown:
Department or Office:
What life experiences led you to your current career?:
Programs/services that you coordinate/provide (only list the names):
In one sentence what is your advice for students to be successful?:
What is your favorite book?:
What is your favorite hobby or activity outside of work?:
One fun fact about you:



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