Kaiser selected as Lifetime Pioneer
PLATTEVILLE, Wis. — Adam Kaiser, a fall 2013 graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, has been selected as a Lifetime Pioneer. The designation was made by the UW-Platteville Alumni Association, which annually recognizes outstanding graduates by awarding them life membership in the association, currently a $400 value.
The award is based on a variety of criteria, including campus activities, leadership, community involvement, professional development and employment, academic excellence and anticipated future involvement in the Alumni Association.
Kaiser, a native of Kieler, Wis., earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering. He balanced being a husband and father, as well as two part-time jobs, all while maintaining a 3.75 G.P.A. His involvement on campus ranged from being the project lead for a Pioneer Academic Center for Community Engagement project for John Deere to facilitating the publication of the 2013 GEODE.
Kaiser is currently working full time for John Deere Dubuque Works in Dubuque, Iowa.
He has already participated in alumni events, such as the EMS alumni and graduating senior recognition banquet and the Homecoming Hustle, and the committee was confident his involvement would continue following graduation.
Contact: Kim Schmelz, UW-Platteville Alumni Association, (608) 342-1970, firstname.lastname@example.org
Formatted by: Dan Wackershauser, UW-Platteville University Information and Communications, (608) 342-1194, email@example.com
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