Congratulations to Hunter Moore, a biomedical science major, and MaryGrace Cleinmark, a master of business administration student, students of the month for February!

CUW is pleased to honor two outstanding students every month, as this year faculty are selecting an undergraduate student and a graduate student as students of the month. Congrats to Hunter and MaryGrace!

Undergraduate Student of the Month

The CUW Faculty have selected Hunter Moore as the undergraduate student of the month for February. Hunter is a Biomedical Science major who has maintained an extremely high GPA while taking a lot of very difficult science classes.  He has conducted undergraduate research with Dr. Justin Speck working on two projects.  He helped to characterize a novel bacterial species that causes rotting in potatoes and is currently working on isolating an omega-3 gene from bacteria to introduce into walleye.  Hunter has served on the Student Government Association for 1.5 years and is currently Chair of the Committee for Student Affairs.  He has also been a member of the Pre-Med club for 1.5 years and is currently serving as the Vice President.  He also has done a lot of volunteer work with Cross Trainers Academy and Milwaukee Rescue Mission.

Nominated by Dr. Joseph Fisher.

Graduate Student of the Month

The CUW Faculty have selected MaryGrace Cleinmark as the graduate student of the month for February. MaryGrace is a Master of Business Administration student. She played an instrumental role in pulling off a memorable Concordia Invitational Tournament in January. She assisted with all eight games, made sure that the live stats and broadcasts started smoothly and served as broadcaster for the cheer and dance championships on Saturday, when we were missing a broadcaster. This was in addition to her other duties inputting stats at other CUW home sporting events throughout the month. She certainly helped to make this year’s CIT a great one!

Nominated by Jeremy Crawford.

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