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The School of Education takes pride in the impact of our alumni. Preparing and placing career-ready graduates are the end goals of our events, career-readiness and internship programs.

Master's in Education

Resources and Benefits

Did you know that you are eligible for a complimentary UWSP email account? Learn more and see a full list of benefits and resources available to you as a Point alum.
Alumni Map

Alumni Map

Our alumni work and live all over the world—so if you are looking for networking opportunities, check out the map to find a fellow Pointer near you and add or update your information on the map.
School of Education Ed.D. in Educational Sustainability

Lifelong Learning

Whether you want to level up with a graduate degree, attend a professional development seminar or conference, or try something just for fun. Take a look at UW-Stevens Point’s numerous continuing education opportunities.
Old Main Alumni

Alumni News

Sign up to receive SOE Alumni eNews, plus learn more about UWSP Distinguished Alumni who have made an impact throughout their careers.
Alumni Map

Where are they now?

UW-Stevens Point education alumni live and work all over the world—so if you’re looking for networking opportunities close to a new home or contact info for fellow Pointer in another city, you’re in luck. Looking for a fellow UWSP teacher near you? Start with our map

Alumni Newsletter

To receive the School of Education Alumni eNewsletter, create an account on The Connecting Point and you will be added to our mailing list.

Distinguished Alumni

2019 Lifetime Achievement Award

Sharon Dehlinger Peterson ’78

2018 Distinguished Alumnus Award Winner

Judy Galbraith ’76

2014 Distinguished Alumnus Award Winner

Jodie Woodruff ’02

Director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Education (the MET). Jodie Woodruff has established herself firmly as a leader, innovator, and inspiration to those around her. From concept to creation Woodruff worked with the state of Rhode Island to create the nation’s first free standing Entrepreneurship Center for a public high school.

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By participating in field experiences such as student teaching and practicums, many of our students get hired before graduation and leave the university to start their professional teaching careers immediately upon completing their degrees!