Graduating from UW–Madison in 1995 with a PhD in electrical engineering, Winslow Sargeant is motivated by a passion for solving problems.
Heather Pickering owes her debut role and her guiding approach to theater to two women: her mother and public school teacher Karen Christopherson.
As a college senior, Mark Stanley possessed a clear sense of purpose. On his résumé, he wrote that his “career objective” was to become a lighting designer for a major dance company.
For UW–Madison alumnus Gerardo Mancilla, PhD, scholarly pursuits, cultural identity, and community involvement are deeply interconnected, and have shaped his path to becoming Edgewood College’s new Director of Education Administration and Leadership.
Soprano Jamie-Rose Guarrine calls opera an “Olympic event.” Each performance is a physical feat, the extension of an unamplified voice into every corner of a concert hall for as many as three hours on end.
Holding a position that requires a multitude of talents, UW–Madison alumnus, Mark Staudt, takes advantage of his diverse background in science and engineering to make a big impact on the local and global communities.
Did you hear about the big grant that professor received? Did you also hear about all of the behind-the-scenes work the grant needed? Someone negotiated the legal agreement, served as a liaison to get the money from the funder, handled the finances and accounting, and ensured any needed reports were completed on time.
Working in public service was a lifelong interest for Erin Probst, and her master’s degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs made it a reality.
After growing up in a small town in India and studying at an agriculture and technology university there, Pallavi Phartiyal made a drastic life change.
As the assistant director of development and training at California Primary Care Association, Jodi Samuels hasn’t followed the standard career path of an alumna with a PhD in French.