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Howard Spearman

Howard Spearman

Howard Spearman ’98 and MSE ’03 is an academic adviser for the Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business at UW-Milwaukee and the multicultural student coordinator for the Multicultural Tutoring Center.  He advises an average caseload of 750 undergraduate business students.  He was the co-organizer for the March4Freedom event in Milwaukee, an event that encourages standing against violence.  Spearman is involved in numerous community and church activities and earned the Oshkosh Big Brothers Big Sisters Outstanding Service Award in 2003.  He earned a doctorate in leadership for the advancement of learning and service from Cardinal Stritch University.  In 2009, Spearman will receive a UW Oshkosh Outstanding Young Alumni award.


Photo courtesy of UW Oshkosh Today.


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