Wisconsin Experience Stories
Read how Naomi Moua’s family values and Hmong culture inspired her to pursue a master’s in clinical nutrition.
With many passions come many achievements for an enthusiastic scholar from Malawi.
The first UW–Madison graduate of a precollege program for Native students gets ready to take his advocacy to the next level.
A passion for problem-solving — and caffeine — led Kit down the unexpected path of entrepreneurship.
Combining her interests in environmental and social activism, Elena Haasl became a voice for students and the marginalized.
By sharing his story, Brett Nachman is helping change the conversation about autism.
Read how an unfortunate incident sparked a positive change for Carmen, who is currently working on a degree in CALS.
After growing up in the Dominican Republic and the U.S., Yanci has arrived at the UW with a wealth of experience to share.
First-generation student Alexandra Pleasant has as much courage, grace and gumption as any literary protagonist.
As an undergraduate, Abagail didn't see many students of color in her agricultural classes. So she set out to change that.
Conlin began The Bandana Project his freshman year to increase mental health and suicide prevention awareness.
Leah seeks to infuse sustainability into the everyday fabric of campus, making green living an easy choice.
Milwaukee native Deshawn McKinney talks about opportunity, hardship, and winning the esteemed Marshall Scholarship.
It took an undergraduate to look at things differently and inspire change.
Luke has forged a rigorous path pursuing a triple major — and the dedicated senior wouldn’t have it any other way.
This computer sciences and Spanish double-major is working to make the tech industry more inclusive.
A background in spoken word and music has served as a powerful launchpad for Jamie.
With a message of determination, Jada honors the past and embraces the future.