University Administrative Fellows

The University Administrative Fellows (UAF) program provides post-generals enrolled graduate students (including DCE students) an opportunity to work in an administrative capacity for approximately six hours per week during an academic semester. The fellowship consists of working on a project or series of projects under the direction of the host department, attending meetings when appropriate, and discussing with the host the various aspects of the host’s position, including specific responsibilities, organizational dynamics, external networks, etc. Fellows receive a $1,000 stipend in addition to their normal support.  Before accepting the fellowship, selected students must receive permission from their dissertation adviser(s) and must be in good academic standing. The application process occurs during the spring and summer. Fellowships are for the fall semester.


Fall 2016 University Administrative Fellows

Office of Engineering Communicaton, School of Engineering and Applied Science

Amanda Hurley, Molecular Biology

Office of Engineering Communications, School of Engineering & Applied Science - Art of Science

Jasmin Imran Alsous, Chemical and Biological Engineering

Prison Teaching Initiative/Office of Programs for Access and Inclusion

Ian Davis, English

Prison Teaching Initiative/Program in Teacher Preparation

Jill Stockwell, Comparative Literature

Priston Teaching Initiative/Program in Teacher Preparation

Matthew Spelling, Comparative Literature

Science and Engineering Outreach, Princeton Institute for Science & Technology of Materials (PRISM)

Christin Monroe, Chemistry

Survey Research Center

Jessica Schwab, Psychology

Community-based Learning Initiatives

Sara M. Vantournhout, East Asian Studies

Office of Undergraduate Research - ReMatch

Jonathan Balkind, Department of Computer Science

Office of Undergraduate Research - Princeton Research Day

Allison Simi, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning

Mohammad Shahrad, Department of Electrical Engineering

Pace Center for Civic Engagement

Paul Baumgardner, Department of Political Science

Lian Zhu, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office of the Dean for Research and Environmental Health and Safety

Seyi Fasoranti, Department of Chemistry

Office of Technology Licensing

Jake Herb, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office of the Dean of the College

Elizabeth Stroud, Department of Religion

Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations

David Walsh, Department of History

Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations

Cole Holcomb, Astrophysical Sciences

Office of Programs for Access and Inclusion - Evaluation and Metrics

Zitsi Mirakhur, Program in Population Studies

Office of Programs for Access and Inclusion - SIFP Fellows Program for Humanities and Social Sciences

Brittany Edwards, English

Office of Programs for Access and Inclusion - SIFP Fellows Program for STEM

Wei Lu, Molecular Biology

National Endowment for the Humanities - Next Generation Humanities Ph.D. Grant

Casey Hedstrom, Department of History

Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library

Ariana Myers, History

 


Fall 2015 University Administrative Fellows

Office of Career Services
Xin Teng, G5, Department of Chemistry

Natalie Berkman, G5, Department of French and Italian 

Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Center for Teaching and Learning
Jessi O'Rourke-Suchoff, G5, Department of Comparative Literature

Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library
Kyla M. Young, G3, Department of History

Office of Undergraduate Research
Yuyang Fan, G4, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Survey Research Center
Heather Kugelmass, G5, Department of Sociology

Office of Technology Licensing
Anna Trugman, G3, Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences

Office of the Dean for Research
Jennifer Schieltz, G6, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Pace Center for Civic Engagement
Lian Zhu, G3, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Office of the Dean of the College
Melanie Mohn, G6, Department of English


Fall 2014 University Administrative Fellows

Office of the Dean for Research
Chaevia Clendinen, G5, Department of Molecular Biology
Sarah A. Johnson, G6, Department of Chemistry
 
Survey Research Center
Minjin Lee, G3, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
 
Whitman College
Jason Shields, G5, Department of Chemistry