University of Wisconsin–Madison

Kasie Strahl

Organization Advising & Technology Specialist

kasie.strahl@wisc.edu

608-263-4597

Kasie Strahl

Areas of Specialty:

Wisconsin Involvement Network (WIN), Student Organization Advising, Technology, WI Experience Grant, Advisor Training

Academic Background:

Bachelor of Science in Psychology from UW-Madison

Master of Science in Student Affairs and Higher Education from Indiana State University

Areas of Interest: 

I love to bake and cook!  My specialty is making cupcakes.  I am also crafty so I love to scrapbook, crochet, and make fun things off of Pinterest.  I am also a huge sports fan, especially football!

Personal Biography:

I was born in Madison, WI but spent my childhood in Manitowoc and Union Grove, Wisconsin with a brief two years in Midland, MI.  As a young child I dreamt about attending UW-Madison and I was lucky enough to be able to make that dream a reality.  During my time at UW-Madison I was actively involved in the Student Leadership Program for my entire 4 years and I completed my Leadership Certificate as well!  After graduating, I took a year off of school and worked as an Admissions Counselor at UW-Parkside in Kenosha.  I, then, decided to go back to school and landed at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, IN.  While in graduate school, I worked as an Assistant Hall Director in Residential Life, which led to my first professional position as a Residence Hall Director at Saint Cloud State University in Minnesota.  Coming back to UW-Madison and CfLI is so exciting and I am happy to be back where I can cheer for the Badgers and the Packers without ridicule!

Favorite quotes:

“Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but the moments that take our breath away” – – Vicki Corona

“Be the change you wish to see in the world” – –  Gandhi

“By yourself; everyone else is already taken” – – Oscar Wilde

“You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching, love like you’ll never be hurt, sing like there’s nobody listening, and live like it’s heaven on earth.” – – William M. Purkey

What do you think every student should know about the UW-Madison Campus?:

Your time in Madison as a student goes by far too quickly!  Remember to take time between classes and exams to enjoy where you are and enjoy the beautiful campus and city.  Get involved and make sure to take advantage of all the amazing opportunities that the UW campus offers!