Megan Stoen named to UW-Whitewater Hawk Squad

Megan Stoen, a senior Spanish major from Twin Lakes,  was named a member of the 2014-15 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Hawk Squad.

The Hawk Squad serves as the face of the student body, providing orientation programming for new UW-Whitewater students and their families. Duties include holding small group meetings with students during Plan-It Purple (summer orientation and registration program) and participating in other campus events. “Our goal is to help first-year students transition and connect to their new surroundings,” said Amberly Bell, assistant director of First Year Experience. “We want to create a welcoming environment, sharing all of the possible resources these new students can access in order to be successful at UW-Whitewater.” To be chosen for the Hawk Squad, applicants participate in a two-part interview process during the fall semester, which includes group activities and an individual interview. “Our Hawk Squad always has a lot of energy and Warhawk pride,” Bell said. “I’m excited about the talent and the fresh look that has been incorporated into this year’s team.”


One Comment

  1. Kim Edmonds says:

    Yay Megan!!! So incredibly proud of you!! The Hawk squad is lucky to have you :-).

  • Follow us on

  • Archives