Doreen Cegielski has served the UWRF community in a variety of capacities for more than 15 years. She began her career at UWRF in 1992 working in the University Bookstore. Since then, she has worked in the health and human performance department, the animal and food science department, continuing education/extension and career/counseling services. Cegielski's current position is an academic department associate in the animal and food science department, where she oversees student workers, manages the UWRF equine herd inventory and manages aspects of the department budget.
In addition, Cegielski has also served on several UWRF committees over the years, including co-chair for the 2007-08 Employee Development Committee. She was also a member of the Chancellor's Recognition Award for Classified Staff voting committee and the Sally Margis Award voting committee in 2007. Other committees she has served include the Campus Safety Committee, the Chancellor's Student Recognition Committee and the Commission on Status of Women.
Cegielski is also an active member at St. Bridget's Church, where she has volunteered since 1992. She has assisted with a variety of projects and campaigns ranging from sewing to fundraising to ministry. Cegielski has four married children and nine grandchildren.
Ron Lundgren has been a part of the UWRF campus community since 1991. He works as a general services carpenter for the facilities management department.
Lundgren began his career at UWRF as a LTE carpenter. From there, he moved into an facilities repair position before transferring to work at UW-Stout as a full-time carpenter. Lundgren later returned to UWRF full-time to take his current position of general services carpenter.
When he is not working, Lundgren enjoys spending time with his grandkids and pursuing his hobbies, which include cooking, gardening and yard work.