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Meet Elizabeth Bobinski ’20
Name: Elizabeth Bobinski
Major: Education
Minor: Early Childhood
Graduation date: May 2020 GPA: 3.29
Hometown: Little Suamico, Wis.

Organizations and activities:
  • Women’s Golf
  • Miracle Day
  • Zambia Project
  • Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
  • Midwest Conference Performer of the Week (Fall 2016)
Scholarships and awards:
  • Van Dyke Award
  • Dean’s List

Proudest achievement at St. Norbert:
Having the privilege to be a co-captain on the women’s golf team for two years. As a co-captain, I am able to help my teammates not only with golf, but with other aspects of college life, and life in general. I am also someone who they feel comfortable to go to whenever they just need to talk; I have been able to be there for them, and I feel proud to have the opportunity
to be a role model in their lives.

Favorite place on campus:
The docks would have to be my favorite spot on campus. I love sitting by them with friends, reflecting on life or doing homework.
How St. Norbert has changed me:
St. Norbert has helped me to become a more independent and confident woman, who knows what she wants and is a leader for others as well as for her own life.

Plans for the future:
My plans for the future are to teach kindergarten or first grade at a diverse school, where I can use my abilities to help students in different ways for them to accomplish their education and life goals.

What I’ll remember most about SNC:
I will remember all my friendships throughout the years here at St. Norbert College. I am very grateful for all the people who have come into my life. I will also remember the amazing opportunities I had to go inside many elementary and middle schools in the Green Bay area and learn how individuals teach.

People would be surprised if they knew:
Many people know I love to hang out with friends and that I am a pretty social person; however, not many people know that I was homeschooled through eighth grade!

St. Norbert gives students the opportunity to experience the richness of college life, pursue their dreams and expand their knowledge of the world. Every quarter, the St. Norbert Fund profiles a Standout Student who is making the most of that opportunity.