Alumni success stories
Read some of the latest stories featuring accomplishments by UW-Eau Claire alumni:
Mark Alfuth '82, a UW-Eau Claire business education graduate and lecturer in the accounting and finance department, has received two prominent honors from UW-Eau Claire. Full story.
Drew Bakken '97, a UW-Eau Claire criminal justice graduate, is the new senior pastor at Lutheran Church of the Cross in Nisswa, Minnesota. Full story.
Jason Berg '06, a UW-Eau Claire nursing graduate, recently joined the Orthopedic Center at Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire. Full story.
Dustyn Dubuque '15, a UW-Eau Claire master of arts in history graduate, has been named executive director of Main Street of Menonomonie Inc. Full story.
Michael Hein '90, a UW-Eau Claire geography graduate, has been named chief integration officer for KAI Design & Build in St. Louis, Missouri. Full story.
Travis Hinze '90, a UW-Eau Claire psychology graduate, is a licensed psychologist with a private clinical psychology practice in Spooner. Full story.
Jordan Iverson '09, a UW-Eau Claire accounting and business finance graduate, has been named a finalist for the Baker Tilly International Young Accountant of the Year Award. Full story.
Corey Jensen '82, a UW-Eau Claire biology graduate, is a longtime dentist and founder of Smile Design Dentistry in Plymouth, Minnesota. Full story.
Sam Karoblis '11, a UW-Eau Claire mass communication graduate, has been named regional service department manager for J.F. Ahern Co. in Menomonie. Full story.
Lisa LaBeau '12, a UW-Eau Claire Spanish graduate, has returned from a yearlong teaching assignment in Seoul, South Korea. Full story.
Caitlin Lee '03, a UW-Eau Claire political science graduate, helped organize the Hmong Women Summit: The Authenticity Project last month at UW-Eau Claire. Full story.
Jenny Licht '10, a UW-Eau Claire art graduate, teaches painting classes at the Community House on Sanibel Island, Florida. Full story.
Sara Lubinski '83, a UW-Eau Claire biology graduate, recently honored the late Dr. Marcus Fay, UW-Eau Claire professor emeritus of biology, with an exhibit of paintings based on his plant slides. Full story.
John Lyon '06, a UW-Eau Claire German and business administration graduate, has been named chief operations officer for Kenosha-based Southern Lakes Credit Union. Full story.
Keeley Moll '94, a UW-Eau Claire political science graduate, has been named deputy secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection. Full story.
Amy O'Connor '08, a UW-Eau Claire communication graduate, has been named hospitality manager for the Confluence Arts Center in Eau Claire. Full story.
Rob O'Keefe ’96, a UW-Eau Claire English graduate, is the new president of the St. Croix Economic Development Corp. Full story.
Manda Olson '11, a UW-Eau Claire management graduate, is the owner of the new Shoots & Stems Floral in New Richmond. Full story.
Chip Pedersen '87, a UW-Eau Claire communication graduate, has been hired as director of product development for ZeroLight Limited, a virtual reality startup. Full story.
Michael Perry '87, a UW-Eau Claire nursing graduate, has written a new book titled "Montaigne in Barn Boots." Full story.
Ron Skoyen '91, a UW-Eau Claire business economics graduate, has been named assistant manager of Vita Plus in Dodgeville. Full story.
Steve Turek '79, a UW-Eau Claire elementary education graduate, plays Oliver Warbucks in the Eau Claire Children’s Theatre production of "Annie." Full story.
Don Urness '80, a UW-Eau Claire art education graduate, and his wife, Eileen, currently have their artwork featured in an exhibit titled "Colorful Directions" at the Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts in Fond du Lac. Full story.
Don Zais '64, a UW-Eau Claire medical technology graduate, recently received AARP Wisconsin's top volunteer award. Full story.