Grads

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Her passion for helping families finds a home at school

Her passion for helping families finds a home at school

The path leading Britney Morrow to “what I really want to do professionally” has been a winding one.

Designing apps leads to launching a business

Designing apps leads to launching a business

From his freshman year of high school, Hunter Ruth knew what he wanted to do.

He’s all geared up for automotive manufacturing

He’s all geared up for automotive manufacturing

When it comes to automobiles, don’t get Mitchell Crawford started – unless you’re prepared for a long discussion.

Raised by a teacher, he’s taking on the family business

Raised by a teacher, he’s taking on the family business

Jacob Probst, who’s graduating with his bachelor’s degree and certification in exceptional education, says his experiences as an army instructor and his School of Education courses have both helped develop his teaching skills.

She achieved a master’s – and the ‘anti-desk job’

She achieved a master’s – and the ‘anti-desk job’

When Ciara Rahn chose a bachelor’s degree in geology, she did so because the physical science appealed to her – as did the fact that she would spend a lot of time outdoors.

Soc major expands horizons in Ireland, inclusivity, and at home

Soc major expands horizons in Ireland, inclusivity, and at home

Soc major expands horizons in Ireland, inclusivity, and at home

An unexpected detour didn’t stop this grad

An unexpected detour didn’t stop this grad

Aspiring CPA Otoniel Encarnacion juggled a full-time job with a full-time class load. But now his hard work has paid off with an internship at one of the nation’s top accounting firms.

Composer + computer = music

Composer + computer = music

Elliot Patros is not just composing electronic music. He’s also creating instruments for playing it.

From childhood doodles to designing buildings

From childhood doodles to designing buildings

Nick Robinson has dreamed of becoming an architect since elementary school. Thanks to UWM and an ongoing internship, that dream is about to become a reality.

Bringing sensitivity to public service

Bringing sensitivity to public service

Liz Yohn credits both UWM’s nursing curriculum and coursework outside her degree area for helping prepare her for a career with underserved communities.