Eleni Pinnow

Eleni Pinnow

First Year at UWS: 2009
Area: Human Behavior, Justice and Diversity Department
I feel really proud of working here and really proud of my students.
  • Class of: 2017
    Everyone here is so open. Read more.
  • Class of: 2019
    The self-designed major allowed me to complete my degree quicker and without added expense. My goals were to work overseas or in a support role within higher education. The self-designed major aligned perfectly with those goals Read more.
  • From this relatively small university, time and time again there has been greatness that has been created. Read more.
  • The taste of victory is addictive. I try to make sure that learning experiences are individually relevant and involve overcoming challenges. Read more.
  • Class of: 2017
    The GERC helped me find acceptance in my sexual orientation, and now I know the greatest thing I can give to the world is myself and the acceptance I can bring. Read more.
  • FACULTY/STAFF PROFILE:
    Timothy Cleary
    The taste of victory is addictive. I try to make sure that learning experiences are individually relevant and involve overcoming challenges. Read more.
  • STUDENT PROFILE:
    Carsen Wetzel
    Seeing how open and accepting UW-Superior is has taught me to do the same for others. Having a positive attitude is something that I can bring into the world and share with others. Read more.
  • STUDENT,INTERNATIONAL PROFILE:
    Fiorella Luna Fuentes
    I really like the instructors here. They are like friends. Even though there is a language barrier, I can still talk to them. I feel so comfortable in my classes, and I can ask them for help with anything I need Read more.
  • ALUMNI PROFILE:
    Bethany Kepler
    "It's a great place to go to school!" Read more.
  • ADMISSIONS,STUDENT,TRANSFER PROFILE:
    Kristina Wheatman
    The faculty want to see students succeed on an academic and personal level and that's another really awesome thing to see. Read more.
  • Victoria Greer

    I love the small class sizes and the intimacy of the community. It seems like everyone here really wants you to succeed, and is willing to help you. Read More
    Victoria Greer
  • Serena Kienbaum

    Even as a UW-Superior Online Learning student, Serena Kienbaum was able to travel to Ghana during the 2012-13 Study Abroad Program. Read More
    Serena Kienbaum
  • Paige Ford

    I like the way it's a very nontraditional school. A lot of the people here on campus are more mature, so it doesn't feel like high school again." Read More
    Paige Ford