My name is John Hrabik and I am a sophomore at UWGB. I am from Green Bay and I will be majoring in Computer Science. I also plan to minor in Human Biology. Out of college I hope to get a job in either cybersecurity, bioinformatics, or artificial intelligence. I play a lot of different intramural sports and am a part of the Computer Science Club here on campus. In addition to being a TOSS TA I will also be a Math 094 Student Assistant and will be working in Tutoring Services. My biggest hobby has to be sports, and I don't think a day goes by when I'm not either playing or watching some sport or another.
I am finishing up my junior year here at UWGB and once graduated, I will have earned a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Human Development. I am a non-traditional adult student who made the decision to re-enroll in school when my son started kindergarten. On campus, I am also involved in UWGB's chapter of SHRM as well as the Gamma Beta Phi chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society. This is my second year as a TOSS TA and I am so thrilled to be a part of the program.
My name is Grace Neese, and I am a junior at UWGB. I am majoring in Spanish with a minor in Humanistic Studies, and my career interest is in translation, especially with literature, theatre, and music. This is my second year as a biology tutor. Even though I am not a Biology major, I really enjoy the subject, and I like helping students understand the material and its relevance to their lives. In my spare time, I love to read, sing, travel, and spend time outside.
Hi, my name is Roshan Wardak and I am a senior here at UWGB. I’m from Sturgeon Bay, WI, a small town in Door County and coming to UWGB was an excellent choice for me. I really like the ability to talk one on one with my professors. I am majoring in Human Biology with an emphasis in Health Science and a minor in Chemistry and I hope to go to medical school in the future. I love to travel and see new places and usually, I spend my summers on long road trips going cross country. I am excited to be a part of the GPS program and I’m always here to answer any questions you might have.
Don Drewiske, MA – TOSS Materials Coordinator
I am an Associate Lecturer in Human Biology and Math and, in addition to helping TOSS TA’s create the content for their study sessions, I teach Anatomy and Physiology laboratories and Elementary Algebra lectures. I’ve also taught Introduction to Human Biology, Principles of Biology I laboratories and lectures, as well as other biology lectures and labs. Previously I was the Assistant Director/Research Analyst for a U.S. Department of Education sponsored Student Support Services program hosted by UW Green Bay. In that position I developed and taught support courses for students enrolled in Introduction to Human Biology and Principles of Biology I. I also served as an Academic Advisor for students with undeclared majors and maintained student records for research and reporting purposes on various database platforms that I helped develop.