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Graduate Resident Fellows

Graduate Resident Fellows (GRFs) are PhD students who live in Alice Cook House and who support the House Professor-Dean, Assistant Dean, and House Fellows in creating a positive, vibrant and academically engaging living-learning community.  GRFs serve as mentors and role models to undergraduate residents and they serve in leadership roles for academic enrichment by promoting a variety of programs and activities.

Graduate Resident Fellow
Shadé Ayorinde has a B.S.BA in International Business and an M.A. in Art History from University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Graduate Resident Fellow
Sara is currently pursuing a PhD in Art History with a specialty in Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art.
Graduate Resident Fellow
Originally from Mendham, New Jersey, Anne grew up alongside her younger sister, Mary, and has always enjoyed competitive swimming, family beach trips, and playing the piano and French horn.
Graduate Resident Fellow
Jonathan studies secrets and secrecy, and is a PhD student in the English department. He was born in Berlin, Germany, into a bilingual family;
Graduate Resident Fellow
Born in Ypsilanti, Michigan, Michael is the eldest of three brothers and grew up in Orlando, FL.
Graduate Resident Fellow
At OU, Taylor majored in Letters, a classical liberal arts program, with an emphasis in Constitutional Studies. Her coursework helped prepare her for her next venture, law school at Cornell, where she is a third-year student and a J.D. candidate.
Graduate Resident Fellow
Steve grew up in Ann Arbor, MI and received a BA in psychology from the University of Michigan.
Graduate Resident Fellow
Brianna grew up in rural Nevada and is a PhD candidate in the English Department.