Profile for Michael Slevin

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Specialty area(s)

Inclusive, safe, & welcoming Union environment
Union operations
University Centers student employment

Brief biography

I grew up in Mid-Michigan and completed my bachelors degree at Western Michigan University. My time in residence life led to my hall director job at Ferris State University. The next step was completing my masters in counseling at UW-Platteville while working as graduate hall director. UWL has been my work home since 1994, and I continue to enjoy my career working with all of the great students, faculty, and staff!  

Education

May 1994: Masters in Counselor Education - University of Wisconsin–Platteville
December 1990: Bachelor of Business Administration - Western Michigan University

Professional history

1990-'98: Hall Director ('94-'98 at Sanford/Coate Halls)

1998-'99: Audio/Visual/Lighting Support, University Centers

1999-2014: Student Services Coordinator, University Centers   

2014-2016: Senior/Administrative Program Manager II, University Centers

2016-current: Assistant Director, University Centers                            

 

Kudos

served

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