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GPS Program

2015-2016 Peer Mentors

Sierra Spaulding

Sierra Spaulding

Hello! I'm Sierra Spaulding, a returning Peer Mentor, a Senior and Triple Major in Democracy and Justice Studies, Political Science, and History! I love to be involved on campus and work with other students. Being a Peer Mentor is by far the most rewarding thing I have done on campus! I aspire to be a human rights advocate in my very near future. For fun, and because I am a super nerd, I really enjoy engaging in political debates with friends.

Faith Lent

Faith Lent

I am the GPS Peer Mentor for "The Vikings" course as well as a Resident Assistant. I am a junior majoring in History with a double minor in human development and education. I plan on becoming a high school/middle school teacher when I graduate, so the GPS experience has monumental for me. My hobbies include binge-watching TV shows, playing video-games with plot, and reading. I really hope to see the GPS program continue in the coming years as it is, without a doubt, an asset to our university and students.
 

Aaron Lopez

Aaron Lopez

I am a Junior at UW-Green Bay majoring in Political Science and Public Administration with an emphasis in Public Management and Policy and a minor in Global Studies. This university is great for making relationships with professors and other students because of the small class sizes. I really love studying the American political system and public policy, although I am still making plans for my future. My hobbies include reading, nerf wars, video games, and watching movies.
 

Mariah Pursley

Mariah Pursley

I am a senior from Stevens Point. I will be graduating in May with majors in Democracy and Justice Studies and History and a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. On top of being a GPS peer mentor, I am a Community Advisor in Residence Life, NRHH President, and a Pride Center volunteer. In my free time, I enjoy biking, cooking, curling, traveling, and trying new things. I have really enjoyed being a part of the GPS program and look forward to seeing what the first year students in the program can achieve through their community learning projects.
 

Allee Schramm

Allee Schramm

My name is Allee Schramm, and I am currently a junior at UW-Green Bay. I am majoring in Psychology and minoring in Human Development. After I graduate in 2017, I plan to attend graduate school (somewhere warm!) to pursue a Master’s Degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology. Eventually, I would like to earn my PhD, and become a professor at a university. At UWGB, I am a Peer Mentor for Dr. Bartell’s Love and Lust in America class, a Teaching Assistant for Introduction to Human Development, a Research Assistant for Dr. Burns, a member of the PAC (Peer Advising Consultants), and I am the Senior Advisor for Phi Eta Sigma. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, watching movies, playing sports, shopping, and traveling. I am really excited to join the GPS Peer Mentor team this year!