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Graduate Resident Fellows

The Graduate Resident Fellow (GRF) lives in a West Campus House and supports the House Professor-Dean, Assistant Dean, and House Fellows in creating a positive, vibrant and academically engaging residential community; serves as mentor, and role model to undergraduate residents; and serves in a leadership role for academic enrichment by promoting a variety of programs and activities.

Graduate Resident Fellow
Molly is a second year Master’s Candidate in Health Administration from Crofton, MD. This summer she worked in Columbia, MD at a health policy firm. She’s interested in working in the health policy/health administration field long-term.
Graduate Resident Fellow
Shin was born in Korea and moved to the States (the suburbs of Philly) at a young age. Although he began his undergraduate studies as an English & Education major, his love for music compelled him to pursue a career as a pianist.
Graduate Resident Fellow
J. Michael is a Georgia native, by way of New York City, and is a 3rd year doctoral student in the Department of Performing and Media Arts.
Graduate Resident Fellow
Sofia is from northern Sweden and completed the Swedish diplomat program for her undergraduate degree, before joining the Swedish Foreign Service. After receiving a Fulbright scholarship, she is taking her 2nd MA in Public Administration.
Graduate Resident Fellow
Vishruti Vaikundan is a Sloan MHA student in Healthcare Administration at Cornell. She is interested in working at a pharmaceutical company with a global presence post graduation.She hails from India and grew up trilingual.

Spring 2018 GRF Position Opening

Now accepting applications for a Keeton House Graduate Resident Fellow (GRF) position to start in January 2018. Click here for the application. Materials will start being reviewed on November 10th.

GRF Job Description | GRF Conditions of Employment

For inquiries, please contact House Professor-Dean Steve Jackson,

Graduate Resident Fellows (GRFs) are graduate or professional students who live-in and work directly with undergraduates in the House System. The GRFs are an incredibly dynamic group of students who value the learning that occurs outside of a classroom and take on a leadership role within the house community.

The GRF's role is demanding and rewarding. GRFs share on-call responsibilities for their house and are trained to support residents' well-being. Looked to as the community leader, GRFs will partner with their Assistant Dean to address student concerns and enforce community standards. As an intellectual role model and mature community member, the GRF can also expect to serve as a friend and mentor to residents.
A very competitive GRF selection process occurs annually to fill vacancies across the House System. Information sessions are held in late fall and early spring semester. Applications are due early in the spring semester. You are encouraged to reach out to a current GRF to learn more about the position.