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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
Ama Bemma was born in Kumasi, Ghana but was raised in the States. She is a PhD student in the Department of English. Her research explores 20th and 21st Century poetry and poetics, with a focus on comparative Black studies and Anglophone literatures.
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
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.