Profiles

Rachel Tuve

Rachel Tuve

Class of: 2021
Type: Student
Program: Psychology
My ASL experience was at Superior Children’s Center which is a daycare that serves children ages 6 months-4 years. During my time at the Superior Children’s Center, I learned a lot about child development, how children behave, as well as how to work with young kids. In my community, I value a sense of safety and belonging, which I helped to foster at the daycare. I want to live in a place where I know a lot of the people surrounding me and a lot of them know me. The scholarship money I have received during my time at UWS has supported me in all my aspirations, including the ASL assignment where I received real world experience in my career field.
Paige Wojysiak

Paige Wojysiak

Class of: 2019
Type: Student
Program: Community/Public Health Promotion
I not only learned more about my community, but I also about myself
Amber Heidenreich

Amber Heidenreich

Class of: 2021
Type: Student
Program: Legal Studies
I feel more inspired and capable in my ability to create opportunities that benefit myself and others
Alex Trewatha

Alex Trewatha

Class of: 2019
Type: Student
Program: Art Therapy
I would say that because of my AS-L experience, I am more aware of who I am as a person
Zachery Abukhodair

Zachery Abukhodair

Class of: 2017
Type: Alumni
Program: Education
UW-Superior is an amazing place to go because of the instructors. They’re like a breath of fresh air, and they remind you that life on this campus is what college should be like.