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Making a difference in the community (04/08/2009)
Is there a typical Winona State University student? Not really, but many of the students who attend Winona State University are highly motivated young people who study hard, work hard, and in their spare time work to make a difference in their community.

Stephanie Precourt is no exception. Steph will graduate this spring with a degree in Mass Communication and Broadcasting. She has a strong interest in health promotion, and many of the activities in which she has participated reflect that interest. She has also been a student athlete who participated in softball and track.

As a member of Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), she has participated in fundraisers for breast cancer and prostate cancer awareness, Habitat for Humanity, leaf raking for senior citizens, and playground and gym activities with students at Jefferson Elementary School.

As a member of the Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity, she has assisted the WSU Community Liaison with freshman orientation sessions by preparing a power point presentation that highlights Winona’s beauty, recreational opportunities, restaurants, and other resources. She understands the importance of welcoming new students to the university and helping them feel at home in new surroundings.

Working with the Director of Marketing, she has also produced a video for the WSU Admissions Office and a WSU promotional commercial, and she has helped produce a video for the Cardiac Exercise Department at Gunderson Lutheran Hospital.

Steph is looking to find a career that combines her interests in health and broadcasting. She has been an excellent ambassador of Winona State University, and she is certain to have a bright future considering her talent and her work ethic!

For more information about how Winona State University students are improving our world, contact Vicki Englich, WSU Community Liaison, at 457-2949 or VEnglich@winona.edu. 

 

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