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

Siva Paturi is a Senior and is thrilled to be spending his final year at Cornell as an Undergraduate Residential Fellow (URF) at Hans Bethe House.

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Undergraduate Resident Fellow

Silene is currently a senior in the College of Engineering, majoring in Biomedical Engineering. She is from Puerto Rico and her passion for medicine and programming stems from my aspiration to improve the medical environment across the island.

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Undergraduate Resident Fellow

Amy is from Los Angeles, California, and was born in South Korea.