Grads

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Inclusion inspires new nurse’s innovation, compassion

Inclusion inspires new nurse’s innovation, compassion

Isis Judith Lozano liked the fact that UWM was so welcoming to first-generation students like herself.

A career turning point fueled the fire for an MPA

A career turning point fueled the fire for an MPA

A fourth-generation firefighter, Aaron Lipski loves the profession he has practiced for 17 years with the Milwaukee Fire Department

Heeding the call to help leads to degree no. 2, dream job no. 1

Heeding the call to help leads to degree no. 2, dream job no. 1

After he graduates in May with a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences, Michael Wilson will continue to combine his personal goals with a profound desire to help others

The ‘real world’ is already familiar to architecture grad

The ‘real world’ is already familiar to architecture grad

While it’s not unusual for architecture undergraduates to be consumed by their courses, Aubree Park has aimed for full immersion.

Camille Ridgeway

College close to home opened doors to China, Cairo, and two degrees

It’s been an intense five years for econ/international studies double major Camille Ridgeway.

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.