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caradine-monique.jpgMonique Caradine
B.S., 1993
Chicago, Illinois

Radio/Television/Film major, Caradine is a television and radio announcer and producer. She has been a research producer for The Jenny Jones Show and a fill-in news director and news director/ announcer at WVON 1450 AM in 1996. She is host of Mo in the Midday on WVON, the youngest talk show host ever at Chicago African- American talk radio station.

 

guay-thomas.jpgThomas Guay
B.B.A., B.S., 1987
Lomira, Wisconsin

Business finance and applied mathematics majors, Guay received his master's degree in actuarial science in 1988 from the University of Wisconsin Madison. He joined Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company in 1988, completed a fellowship in the Society of Actuaries in 1991, was an assistant actuary in 1992, associate director of field finances in 1995 and director of field finances in 1998.

 

mahmoud-najjia.jpgNajjia Mahmoud
B.S., 1989
Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Majored in microbiology and public health, Mahmoud is a general surgery resident and cancer researcher at Cornell University in New York which is affiliated with New York Hospital Medical Center. She plans to complete a one-year fellowship in colon/rectal surgery after finishing her general surgery residency.

 

piekarski-lori.jpgLori Piekarski
B.F.A., 1995
Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin

Fine arts major, Piekarski is a free-lance sculptor and has done large-scale movie props and theme park pieces to miniatures for special effects. She sculpted the iceberg for the movie Titanic with director James Cameron and worked on props for Godzilla, Wishmaster, Spy Hard and Vampires. She has also done extensive work for Disney.

 

stiegman-patrick.jpgPatrick Stiegman
B.S., 1988

Journalism major and Radio/Television/Film and political science minors, Stiegman joined Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as lead writer for Badger Plus in 1992. In 1995 he worked for Journal Sentinel's new online service called On Wisconsin later renamed Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Online. He was later promoted to operations manager in 1998.

 

vanderark-stephen.jpgStephen Vander Ark
M.S., 1993
Randolph, Wisconsin

Master's degree in industrial organizational psychology, Steve started work for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in their research lab to study effects of isolation and confinement over time. He; leads a psychological services group at Johnson Space Center in Houston and is currently employed at Wyle Life Sciences working with NASA to help select astronauts.

by Reineck, Allison A last modified May 04, 2012 10:08 AM