Profile for Magann Dykema

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EagleAtWork badge, M.S.Ed. Student Affairs Administration, 2021

Specialty area(s)

Campus Activities Board (CAB)

Union Programming Board (UPB)

Brief biography

Magann is originally from the western coast of Michigan and completed her bachelors degree at Michigan Technological University. Through her involvements in undergrad, she discovered that her true passion is in assisting students in making the most out of their higher education experiences. She completed her masters degree from UW-La Crosse while being a graduate advisor for the Campus Activities Board in University Centers. She is excited to continue to work with the UW-La Crosse community as the Interim Activities Coordinator in University Centers! In her free time, Magann can be found trying to relax by drinking coffee, watching Gilmore Girls, exploring the outdoors, cheering on the Detroit Tigers, or creating memories with friends and family.


University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 2021

M.S.Ed. Student Affairs Administration

Michigan Technological University, 2019

B.S. Civil Engineering

Certificate in Global Technological Leadership

Professional history

2021-Present: Interim Activities Coordinator, University Centers, UW-La Crosse

2019-2021: Campus Activities Board Graduate Advisor, University Centers, UW-La Crosse



Courtney Warax, New Student & Family Programs; Lisa Klein, Community Engagement; Scott Brown, Facilities Planning & Management; Chelsea Wyman, Murphy Library; Justin Davis, Music; Willem Vanroosenbeek, Pride Center; Nathan Barnhart, Rec Sports; Laurie Harmon, Recreation Management & Therapeutic Recreation; Jenni Brundage and Andie Coxey, both Residence Life; Jamie Henk, Student Association student; Kyle Burke, Magann Dykema, Drea Higgins, Michael Slevin and Corey Stilwell, all University Centers; Kaylie Connaughty and Maren Walz, both University Marketing & Communications; and Gabrielle Smartt, Wellness, Health Advocacy; served on the Eagle Fest Planning Committee. The planning committee was responsible for Eagle Fest, a festival full of music, entertainment, food, and fun. It was an exciting opportunity for all students, faculty, staff, family members and local community neighbors to come together and celebrate the beginning of the fall semester!

Submitted on: Sept. 13