Undergraduate Resident Fellows

Undergraduate Resident Fellows

Undergraduate Resident Fellows (URFs) live in Alice Cook House and help create a positive, vibrant and academically engaging living-learning community. URFs serve as peer mentors to undergraduate residents with a particular focus on the well-being of individual House members. URFs take leadership roles in creating community by promoting a variety of programs and activities. URFs provide assistance, resources, and referral information to undergraduate residents. 

Laila Abd Elmagid headshot smiling holding a coffee
Undergraduate Resident Fellow

Born in Cairo, Egypt, Laila grew up in New York City where she mastered the art of walking really fast.

Christy Atangana Headshot smiling mountains in the background
Undergraduate Resident Fellow

Christy is a junior studying Biology and Society.

Hannah Castelo headshot smiling in building
Undergraduate Resident Fellow

Hannah is a junior double majoring in Environment & Sustainability and International Agriculture and Rural Development in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

Catherine Huang
Undergraduate Resident Fellow

Cat is a junior majoring in Industrial  & Labor Relations who loves meeting and getting to know people.

Anna Poslednik headshot smiling building in background snow on ground
Undergraduate Resident Fellow

The most important thing you need to know about Anna is that she loves turtles, and will show you too many sea turtle pictures from her recent semester in Hawaii.