My name is Myra Gilreath, and I’m the Assistant Director of the Regional Center for Math & Science (an Upward Bound Math Science program) at UW-Green Bay. I’ll be serving as your president this year, and would like to introduce you to my theme for the year: “Upgrading, Updating, and Downloading a Passion for Educational Opportunity.”
WAEOPP has a long history. We are the home state of COE founder Arnold Mitchem, COE President Maureen Hoyler, and TRIO Champion Congresswoman Gwen Moore. We have a lot of pride in our state for many things: cheese, beer, the Packers, great communities and natural beauty. We’re home to UW-Madison, Marquette University, and many other nationally recognized institutions of higher learning. It’s time we were also known for our amazing educational opportunity programs and our excellent network of college access professionals. Being a part of MAEOPP will help us achieve this goal, but we must also do some leg work ourselves.
I hope that many of you are able to attend Policy Seminar and learn how to advocate for TRIO at the national level. We can’t forget our state
The citeria listed serves as a guide to assist you in preparing a thorough and complete application for the Emerging Leaders Institute commonly referred to as ELI. The criteria will also help you to determine your readiness to engage in the Mid-America Educational Opportunity Program Personnel (MAEOPP) Emerging Leaders Institute.
A huge shout out and thank you to the Publications and Technology Committee for compiling this document to showcase all the great work that Wisconsin TRIO does.
Thank you to all the TRIO staff and students that submitted pictures and Success Stories.
A message from the conference co-chairs!
As you can see by the logo, the conference theme has been identified. Please think about ways you can offer your expertize in these areas. The Call For Proposals information will be coming out soon, as well as the registration information. We’d like to thank the conference committee members for all the hard work they’ve been putting in since our first meeting in December. Without further ado, meet the Spring Conference Committees Members:
Trudy Bement (UW-Eau Claire) email@example.com
Sarah Jo Dahlstrom (Forward Service Corp/Wautoma) SDahlstrom@fsc-corp.org
Call For Proposals (2-3 members)
Kristine Fisher (Forward Service Corp/Spooner) firstname.lastname@example.org
Diane Hausler (UW-Stout) email@example.com
Christy Mulock (UW-Eau Claire) firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration (2-4 members)
Amy Castelic (UW Colleges Fox Valley) email@example.com
Linda Her (UW Colleges Fox Valley) firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelsie Oswald (Forward Service Corp/Wautoma) email@example.com
Dorothy Putz (Forward Service Corp/Shawano) firstname.lastname@example.org
Funtivity (2-3 members)
Chris Dolata (Forward Service Corp/Wautoma) email@example.com
Rose Rude (UW-River Falls) Rose.Rude@uwrf.edu
Donations/Sponsorships (2-3 members)
Garry Moise (Marian University) GMoise@marianuniversity.edu
Rivi Hatt (Lakeshore Technical College) firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracy Abler (Marian University) email@example.com
General/will help where needed
Karen Smolarek (UW-Stout) firstname.lastname@example.org
Ka Vang (UW-Eau Claire) email@example.com
Brooke Friederichs (Forward Service Corp/Shawano) firstname.lastname@example.org
Kaitlyn Cooper (UW-Oshkosh) email@example.com
If you’d still like to help out with the conference and be on a committee, please contact one of the co-chairs; we’d be delighted!
Trudy Bement & Sarah Jo Dahlstrom
WAEOPP 2015 Spring Conference Co-Chairs
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