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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
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.
Graduate Resident Fellow
T.J. grew up outside of Philadelphia in Newtown, PA and spent his summers down the shore in North Wildwood, NJ.