Concordia University Wisconsin has announced its Student of the Month for March.
Senior Kaitlyn-Brianne F. Saugstad was chosen out of Concordia’s more than 8,000 student population. Student of the Month is a singular honor bestowed upon one student each month by the entire Concordia faculty.
Kaitlyn is a social work and psychology double major. She participated in an inter-disciplinary SHP AHEC competition representing social work, and she is on the SHP Interprofessional Education committee.
Kaitlyn interned with the Chinooks as team photographer, and is now a CUW baseball manager. Additionally, she is on the Campus Ministry Leadership Team, is a co-leader for CORE, and is an MC for Haven.
In the community, Kaitlyn is the club director, coach, and co-founder for the Milwaukee Lutheran School girls’ volleyball team.
She is planning an internship as a school social worker next year at the LUMIN schools.
Dr. Elizabeth Talbot, chair of the School of Health Professions and social work professor, nominated Kaitlyn.
— This story is written by Kali Thiel, director of university communications for Concordia University Wisconsin and Ann Arbor. She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262-243-2149.
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