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 the fall semester. The fellowship consists of working on a project 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 only. List of former UAFs.


2017-2018 Filled UAF positions:

Mathey College | Kristen Starkowski, English

Office of the Dean of the College | Jessica Schwab, Psychology and Zoe Rose Buonaiuto, History

Corporate Engagement and Foundation Relations - Humanities and Social Sciences | Lisa Tkalych, Music

Office of Career Services (Ph.D. career program development) | Bernat Guillen Pegueroles, Applied & Computational Mathematics

Survey Research Center | Federica Querin, Population Research and Social Policy

Community Based Learning Initiatives (CBLI) | Erme Turkoz, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Office of the Dean of the Graduate School - Academic Affairs | Brandon Hunter, Anthropology

McGraw Center Undergraduate Program | Mauricio Loyola Vergara, Architecture

Office of Undergraduate Research | Caitlin Charos, English

Corportate Engagement and Foundation Relations- Life Sciences | Wen Kang Chou, Chemical & Biological Engineering

Office of the Dean for Research/Office of Environmental Health and Safety | Justinn Barr, Molecular Biology

Pace Center for Civic Engagement | Nyle Fort, Religion and Jessica Sarriot, Woodrow Wilson School

Council of Science and Technology | Lian Zhu, Chemical and Biological Engineering and Ingrid Ockert, History

Office of Strategic Donor Engagement | Diana Andrade-Melgarejo, History