Undergraduate Resident Fellows

Undergraduate Resident Fellows

The House Undergraduate Resident Fellow (URF) lives in a West Campus House and partners with the House staff in creating a positive, vibrant and academically engaging residential community.  The URF serves as a peer mentor to undergraduate residents and supports the House Professor and Dean, House Assistant Dean, and Graduate Resident Fellows with a particular focus on the well-being of individual House members.  The URF takes a leadership role in creating community by promoting a variety of programs and activities.  The URF provides assistance, resource and referral information to undergraduate residents. 

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Undergraduate Resident Fellow

Youssef (he/him) is a senior double majoring in Sociology and Psychology and minoring in Inequality Studies (Health Equity Track). He is originally from Southern California and is of Egyptian descent.

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Undergraduate Resident Fellow

Alessandra is a senior studying Human Development and minoring in Education & Law and Society. Issues of public concern Alessandra is passionate about are mental health, educational equity, and law and enforcement.

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Undergraduate Resident Fellow

Shade was born and raised in Mount Vernon, New York. She is a senior majoring in Human Biology, Health, and Society.