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Jacqueline Schaefer, a junior psychology major from Cascade, has been trained and certified as a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater peer mentor.

Each UW-Whitewater peer mentor is assigned a group of new students to help them get comfortable with campus, participate in activities and build relationships.


Madelaine Todd, a native of Kohler, is officially enrolled as a member of the University of Iowa Class of 2018. The undergraduate class is the largest (4,666 students) and most diverse first-year class in UI history and is extremely academically accomplished.


The University of Wisconsin- Platteville Chancellor Scholarship is a competitive scholarship program with a limited number of entering freshmen who are chosen each year. Being selected as a recipient for this award entitles the student to scholarship funds up to the full cost of tuition and fees, leadership opportunities and gatherings with the chancellor and other leaders in the UW-Platteville community. This scholarship can be renewed, which is based upon student performance.

Students are chosen based on demonstrated leadership in their community and high school, academic excellence and standardized test scores. Financial need is also a factor in the selection process.

Ian Ecclestone of Oostburg is majoring in mechanical engineering. Ecclestone said, “I have always been interested in designing things, and I wanted to get a degree in a growing field with plenty of career options.”

Ecclestone is involved with Intervarsity and plans to join the Society of Automotive Engineers to participate in the clean snowmobile project. “I decided to come to UW-Platteville because the school has a great reputation as an engineering college, and the cost was affordable even before the scholarship,” Ecclestone said.


Sarah Paasch, a graduate of Sheboygan North High School and communication major at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, is a member of the Warhawks’ 2014-15 bowling team.

Competing against several nationally-ranked teams, UWWhitewater, which started the season ranked eighth by the National Tenpin Coaches Association, started the season with top five finishes at the Farleigh Dickinson University New Jersey Jamboree (Oct. 31-Nov. 2) and the Valparaiso University Crusader Classic (Nov. 7-9).


The Office of the Registrar at the University of Minnesota, Crookston recently announced its list of summer 2014 graduates.

Hannah Reysen, Adell, earned a Bachelor of Science in Marketing completing degree requirements during summer 2014.



Crystal Konik, a Plymouth resident, was inadvertently listed with the Madison graduates, due to a student records error. She graduated in May with an Associate Degree in Nursing.

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