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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.

Phil Burnham
Graduate Resident Fellow
Phil is a second year graduate student in the Physics department and is conducting research by using applications from mathematics, physics, and engineering to model and illuminate the processes of life.
Elizabeth Feeney
Graduate Resident Fellow
Liz hails from South Jersey and is a second-year PhD student excited to join the Bethe House Team as a GRF this year! She graduated from UPenn with a BSE in Bioengineering, and is continuing to pursue a PhD in the same field.
Stephen Kim
Graduate Resident Fellow
Stephen Kim received his B.A. in philosophy and English from Yale University. As a Ph.D. student, he examines the relationship between literature and science during the English Renaissance and its effects on conceptions of race, gender, and sexuality.
David Miller
Graduate Resident Fellow
David is a Ph.D. third-year graduate student in musicology, studying everything from the Second Viennese School to hip-hop to seventeenth-century German sacred music. He received a B.A. in music from Harvard University.
Karen Ojeda
Graduate Resident Fellow
Karen is currently a second-year law student and a third year GRF at Bethe. Before starting at Cornell as a graduate student in Human Development, she received her B.A. in Criminology and B.S. in Psychology from the University of Florida.
Monet Roberts
Graduate Resident Fellow
A third-year Ph.D. student, Monet hails from Newnan, Georgia and is a first-year GRF. She now studies the biophysical mechanisms of proteins on the cell membrane in breast cancer and its effects on metastasis.