Carlie Wiseley

Credentials: she/her

Position title: Student Organization Advising Specialist


Website: Schedule an advising appointment

Phone: 608.262.4661

Professional headshot of woman with shoulder-length wavy brown hair. She wears a black turtleneck sweater, light brown cardigan, and black glasses.

Areas of Specialty:

RSO Advising, RSO Registration, Wisconsin Involvement Network (WIN) Administration

Academic Background:

B.A. in Media Studies & Spanish Literature M.A. in Library & Information Studies

Areas of Interest:

Reading, visiting the Farmer’s Market, making every day a lake day, cooking, and all things Taylor Swift

Personal Biography:

I grew up in Decatur, Illinois and moved with my family to the Tulsa, Oklahoma area after finishing high school. I attended the University of Tulsa for my undergraduate degree where I was a Resident Advisor, a member of Sigma Alpha Iota Women’s Music Fraternity, and played violin in the orchestra. After college I served as an AmeriCorps member with Reading Partners Tulsa, providing literacy support at an elementary school. I had never visited Wisconsin when I moved to Madison in 2020, but instantly felt at home. As a graduate student here at UW-Madison I was a teaching assistant in Com Arts, and a reference assistant at the Cooperative Children’s Book Center on campus. I’m excited to spend more time in the campus community and continue supporting UW-Madison students as they discover their passions.

Favorite Quote:

“There’s power in looking silly and not caring that you do.” – Amy Poehler

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

There are limitless ways to get involved and meet new people on campus and in the Madison community. Don’t be afraid to try something new, even if you’re the only person you know there, because you’ll meet new people and find new skills and interests within yourself.