Residence Life: Resident Directors

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Alisha Slowey

Bridgeway Commons: Alisha Slowey

Hello Pioneers!  My name is Alisha Slowey and I am the Bridgeway Commons Resident Director for the 2013-2014 school year. This will be my fifth year as an RD and I look forward to a great year helping add Bridgeway Commons to our campus community.

I am originally from Milton, WI but truly feel like Platteville is my home. I am a two time UW-Platteville graduate, with a bachelors degree in Communication Technologies with an emphasis in Public Relations and Health Education, and a masters degree in Counseling Psychology.   As a student, I gained valuable leadership experience working in a variety of capacities on campus.  I am so appreciative of the experiences I was afforded here as a student and I hope to encourage other students to take advantage of all that UW-Platteville has to offer.

In my free time I enjoy staying active on campus by attending campus events and activities and being outdoors; visiting state parks, kayaking, biking, hiking, snowshoeing- any excuse to get out and enjoy the great outdoors!  I am looking forward to another great year and the opportunity to meet more fantastic students so please stop by!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me by calling 608.342.7304 or by emailing me at

Ian Dreger

Brockert Hall: Ian Dreger

Hello!  My name is Ian Dreger and I am the Brockert Hall Resident Director.  This will be my first year at UW-Platteville.  Go Pioneers!  

I am originally from Tomahawk, WI and received my Bachelor's Degree from UW-Stevens Point in 2008.  After college I went on to Northeastern University in Boston, MA and earned my Master's Degree in 2010.  For the past three years, I have been an Area Coordinator at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY.  I am excited to be back in Wisconsin after a 5 year hiatus and am looking forward to getting to know, and working with, all of you. During my time at UWSP, I served as a Community Advisor for 2 years and a Conference Host for one summer.  While in grad school, I served as a Graduate Assistant for Living Learning Communities for one year, a Graduate Assistant for Student Conduct for one year, and did my practicum experience in Undergraduate Admissions.  While at The College of Saint Rose, I served as the Advisor for Spectrum, the college's Asian, Latino(a), African American and Native American (ALANA) student organization from 2011-2013.  

In my free time, I enjoy attending campus events, watching TV, and paper crafting.  Feel free to ask me about my current project I am working on, as I'm sure there will be at least two or three at any given time. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me by calling 608.342.3240 or by emailing me at

Rebecca Groves

Dobson Hall: Rebecca Groves

Hello, my name is Rebecca Groves.  Most people call me Becca.  I will be the Resident Director in Dobson Hall this year. Previously, I have been the Resident Director in Hugunin Hall for two years.  I have the best job and work with some of the best students and staff! 

Before coming to UW-Platteville, I received my bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater (UWW) in Psychology and Women’s Studies. I deeply enjoy working with college students and found this passion as an undergraduate RA at UWW.  This is what prompted my master’s degree from Western Illinois University in College Student Personnel.  I am very passionate about working with people with disabilities, military personnel, gender issues and other groups. This year I am also very excited to work with the three Living and Learning Communities (LLC) on campus: Women in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (WISTEM), as well as the first year of the Global Lens LLC.

I am very happy to call Wisconsin and Platteville home.  I am originally from Lodi, WI, which is about 25 minutes north of Madison.  Platteville is a great community both on and off campus and I recommend checking out all it has to offer!

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to stop by my office or contact me at or 608.342.3260.

Sarah Knapp

Hugunin Hall: Sarah Knapp

Hello! My name is Sarah Knapp and this is my first year as a Resident Director at UW-Platteville. I will be in Hugunin Hall and I am very excited for the school year to get rolling. I am originally from Jacksonville, Illinois. For my undergraduate degree I attended Western Illinois University where I double majored in Communications and Women’s Studies. I just received my Masters degree this past May in College Student Affairs from Eastern Illinois University. During my time at Western Illinois I was involved in Greek Life and the University Programming Board. I served as my sorority’s Recruitment Chair, Panhellenic’s Vice President, and the Family Weekend Chair for the entire university. While at Eastern Illinois I worked in Career Services for my graduate assistantship both years. Also, I was the Advisor to the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon. As far as housing goes, I did an ACUHO-I internship at Marquette University, and I assisted with RA Selection at Eastern Illinois. In my spare time I love catching up with my family and friends, traveling, baking, and doing crafts.

I have loved gaining a wide array of knowledge about student affairs throughout my time so far in higher education, and I cannot wait to gain even more from Platteville! I look forward to getting to know all of you better as my time goes on!

To contact me email me at or call 608.342.3210.

Bethany Keuter

McGregor Hall: Bethany Keuter

Hello Pioneers! My name is Bethany Keuter and this is my third year as the Resident Director in McGregor Hall here at UW-Platteville. I’m looking forward to making this the best one yet!

I am originally from Platteville, but did my undergraduate work at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. I graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology. As a student at the U of M, I worked as a Community Advisor for three years. I was also very involved in Hall Council, Residence Hall Association (RHA), and National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) through my years of living in the halls. It was the time I spent working in the residence halls that led me to pursuing a position in Residence Life. I look forward to meeting all the newcomers to McGregor as well as to reconnect with the returners to the hall!

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me by phone at 608.342.3250 or via email at

Lawrence Anthony Parrott

Melcher Hall: Lawrence Anthony Parrott

I am Lawrence Anthony Parrott, the Melcher Hall Resident Director for the 2013-2014 school year. I am pumped to begin my second year here at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.

I am originally hail from Chicago, IL. I have a B.A. degree in Human Service with an emphasis in Psychology. I received my B.A. degree from Baker College of Muskegon in 2012. My undergraduate experience was filled with wonderful experiences. I worked as a Resident Assistant for two years, and also worked for campus facilities for a year.  My professional experience so far has been very enjoyable. I have learned a lot since coming to UW-Platteville last year and I am eager to learn more this year.

I am really looking forward to getting to know you all! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at or call my office at 608.342.3211

Kathryn Peck

Morrow Hall: Kathryn Peck

I am Kathryn Peck, the Morrow Hall Resident Director for the 2013-2014 school year. This upcoming school year will be my second year at UW-Platteville.

I am originally from Saginaw, Michigan and have spent 4 years living in Marquette, Michigan where I attended Northern Michigan University. I have a B.S. degree in Secondary Education- Mathematics with an Economics minor. During my studies at NMU I had the opportunity to work for the housing and residence life on campus in several different capacities. I worked as a Resident Assistant for two years, worked for campus security for a semester, and participated actively in Hall Council, and the Student Leadership Academy. While at Platteville I have been involved with RHA, the Ballroom Dance Club and other organizations on campus.

I look forward to getting to know you and I hope this school year goes well for you! If you have any questions feel free to contact me at or call my office at 608.342.3200

Chris Hein

Pickard Hall: Chris Hein

Hello! My name is Chris Hein and I am thrilled to be working as the Resident Director of Pickard Hall for the third year in a row. Aside from the regular programs and activities that take place in Pickard Hall, I am incredibly excited to be starting up our First Year Experience Interest Community this year.

I am originally from David City, Nebraska. For my undergraduate and graduate studies I attended the University of Nebraska at Kearney where I received Bachelor's of Science degrees in Psychology and Sociology and a Master's of Science in Education with an emphasis in Student Affairs. As an undergraduate I spent three and a half years working as a Resident Assistant and Assistant Hall Director while being involved in a number of student organizations. While completing my master's degree I worked as a Hall Director at UNK for two years where I advised the Inter Fraternity Council for and worked as an intern with a living and learning community amongst other things. 

I have truly enjoyed the wide variety of experiences afforded to me through living and working on a college campus for a number of years, and I hope to share my enthusiasm for student life with the students I encounter.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at or call my office at 608.342.3220.

Will Nolan

Porter Hall: Will Nolan

Hello, my name is William Nolan. I prefer to go by Will. I am the New Resident Director in Porter Hall. I am really excited to start my first post-graduate school position here at UW-Platteville.

Previously, I received my Bachelor of Arts degree from Northern Illinois University (NIU) in English Literature. During my time at NIU, I developed friendships with residence hall staff, and they inspired me to continue into higher education. Due to my interest in educating young adults, and the inspiration I received from my hall staff friends, I pursed a Master of Science in Education from NIU as well. My Masters area of study was Adult & Higher Education with an emphasis in student affairs. I seek to help college aged men and women to realize that they can do and achieve more than they think they can. I enjoy presenting challenges to student’s preconceived notions and helping them to open their minds to the world around them. 

I am very happy to be in Platteville! I am still getting used to the hills as I am from flatland plains, but I think it is absolutely gorgeous!

Feel free to stop by my office, call me at 608.342.3230 or email me at

Trapper Mitchell

RounTree Commons: Trapper Mitchell

Hey everyone, my name is Trapper Mitchell and this is my eighth year as a Resident Director at UW-Platteville. I enjoy spending time outside and going to the various campus events that are happening here at Platteville. I believe that Platteville has a lot to offer both students and staff from both near and far.

I am originally from Elm Creek, Nebraska population 850. For my undergrad, I went to the University of Nebraska at Kearney where I received my Bachelor's degrees in History and International Affairs. I also received my graduate degree from UW-La Crosse in Student Affairs Administration. While in my undergrad, I started as the Hall Council president which led me to applying to become a Resident Assistant. I believe that this choice of being involved in my hall council started me on my path to where I am today. After serving as a RA for two years, I then was hired on as an Assistant Hall Director. Besides my work in student housing, I was a campus ambassador/tour guide, member of the student senate, vice president of the history club, member of Phi Alpha Theta and data processor for the office of Financial Aid among other student organizations.

After graduating, I became a Resident Director at the University of Nebraska at Kearney where I was in that position for 4 years. I truly enjoy helping students adjust to college life and finding out who they really are.

I think its important for new students to get involved in whatever they can to help make those connections to campus.  I truly believe that everyone can find something for them on our campus, they just have to look!

If you have any questions, feel free contact me at or by phone at 608.342.7282.

Coree' Burton

Southwest Hall: Coree' Burton

Hello! My name is Coree Burton and I'm the Southwest Hall Resident Director. This will be my seventh year at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and I'm forward to this year being a great one.

I'm originally from Detroit, Michigan and a graduate of Central Michigan University. I have a Bachelor's Degree with a major in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts and two minors (one in Art and one in Media Design, Production, and Technology). I recently received my Master's degree in Student Affairs Administration from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

A lot of learning during the college years comes from outside the classroom and some of it from the residence halls. I want to make sure that students leave here with the information and resources that are needed to be successful when they leave college and head out into the real world. I am very optimistic about that fact that the staff and residents of Southwest Hall are going to do some great things this year.

If you have any questions or comments feel free to contact me by phone by calling 608.342.7250 or by emailing me at

SharCarre Johnson

Wilgus Hall: SharCarre Johnson

It’s a GREAT day to be a Pioneer! My name is SharCarre and I have the honor and privilege of being the Wilgus Hall Resident Director. I hail from Gary, Indiana by way of Minneapolis, Minnesota. I recently earned my Masters of Science in College Student Personnel from Western Illinois University and I completed my undergraduate degree at Indiana State University.  

I was inspired to go into the Student Affairs profession after seeing my cousin in her RA position when I was 9 years old; granted, I did know not this would be my calling at that time. When I got to college, I started working as desk assistant in the residence hall. The following year, I was become a resident assistant; I held that position for three years. After learning that I could work with students in such an influential and fulfilling way, I decided to make this my career path. In graduate school, I had the opportunities to work in the functional areas of Admissions and First Year Experience; I also had the pleasure to complete an ACUHO-I internship at UM-Flint and a practicum at Monmouth College. I have learned so much through these experiences and I am looking forward to learning a lot in my role here at UW-Platteville.

When I am able to I enjoy taking naps, playing board games, listening to music, solving puzzles, volunteering, traveling, and reading.  I am excited about being an active and productive member of the UWP community. Let’s Make This A Great Year!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me by calling 608.342.3280 or by emailing me

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