Outstanding Service Award &
LGBTQIA+ Ally Award
As the associate director of new student and family programs, Alicia Stuedemann has successfully collaborated with a variety of departments, including admissions, academic advising, student life, housing, dining, enrollment management and Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence to plan and execute new student programming for 1,500-plus new students. Her efforts helped carry out the highest number of sessions (56) in the history of Titan Takeoff orientation in 2021 and another successful Titan Takeoff in 2022 while also building her professional team. Stuedemann also is the co-chair of the Beyond Equity and Action committee on campus, a team fellow for swimming and diving and an advocate and mentor for many student leaders. Stuedemann seeks the best interest at heart for her peers, students and community.
Additionally, Stuedemann recognizes and acknowledges the importance of demonstrated and consistent commitment to the LGBTQIA+ University community and is committed to the success of others. Her favorite part of working at UW Oshkosh is the work she gets to do with students. Stuedemann not only lives and breathes the mission of UWO, but she genuinely puts others, especially students and those individuals who traditionally have been underserved, at the center of everything she does.