Academic Advisor & Program Specialist
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Julianne advises students and teaches the HON 101 first-year experience course. Her programming areas are scholarships and study abroad. She also coordinates the faculty fellow assignment process, supports the UIC chapters of Phi Eta Sigma and Phi Kappa Phi national honor societies, and is the liaison to the Office of External Fellowships. Studying in France for an academic year during her undergraduate inspired her to pursue a career in higher education, and she is thrilled to be supporting Honors College students in enhancing their undergraduate experience through experiential learning. She earned a B.A. in French, Literary Studies, and Creative Writing from Beloit College. After graduating, she served with AmeriCorps in Chicago, worked in study abroad advising, and spent a year teaching English in Turkey on a Fulbright grant before deciding to pursue a master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis-Higher Education at the University of Missouri. During her graduate program, she co-led a service-learning trip to Nicaragua, worked in fellowships advising, and earned a certificate in grant writing. In her free time, Julianne enjoys reading, writing, volunteering, traveling, and studying languages.