Traelynn and Sean (10/15/2012)
The Office of Multicultural Affairs wants you to meet:
Hometown: Chetek, WI
What drew you to UW-Superior?: Lake Superior.
What student organizations/ extracurricular activities are you planning to be a part of?: Multicultural Center.
What are you looking forward to most during this upcoming year?: The winter season.
What is one "Fun Fact" about you: I love to be outside.
Hometown: Camino, California
Year in School: Senior
Major/Minor: Psychology Major with a Coaching Minor.
What drew you to UW-Superior?: I transferred to UWS to further pursue my degree and continue running track and field.
What student organizations/extracurricular activities are you a part of and/or planning to be a part of: I am on the UWS track and field team; I also have sat on the SAAC committee (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee), this committee helps make decisions to better our athletics programs here on campus and on other UW campuses.
What are you looking forward to most during this upcoming year?: I am so excited to finally finish up school, but then again it all seems so bitter sweet because it also means that this is my last year to compete in track and field.
In one sentence, what is your advice to your peers about succeeding in college?: Stay focused on the task at hand, but also know when to let loose and have some fun!
What is one"Fun Fact" about you: One thing few people know about me, is that I am usually a very shy and backward person, but being here at UWS where everyone is so nice and caring, it makes it so easy to really just be myself.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs is incredibly excited to announce our new "Student Spotlight" program. We will spotlight both new and/or returning UW-Superior students each week throughout the academic year. We will spotlight these students on our office website, Facebook page, and student/staff digests. UW-Superior students are the reason we are here and we truly want students to be successful. The Student Spotlight will help students to connect to various faculty, staff, students, and programs on this campus and vice versa. Having these connections will help students become successful.