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Special note: Roosevelt Fellow office hours and events will be virtual for the fall 2020 semester.
Roosevelt Fellows are a small group of junior and senior leaders who provide an informed and accessible student perspective on academics at Brandeis. They are trained by the Office of Academic Services as generalist peer academic advisors for all undergraduates with a focus on new students. They can answer questions about topics such as registration and academic planning, academic policies, and Brandeis core and major requirements. They make referrals within Academic Services and to other campus resources. They are active across campus and represent a variety of academic interests and identities. Roosevelt Fellows offer weekly office hours and are available by appointment.
2020-2021 Roosevelt Fellows
|Majors and Minors||Other Information||Office Hours (September 10-November 20)
|Aneesh Avancha||Neuroscience, Biology, Minor in Chemistry||Pre-Health, Student Athlete, Student of Color||Tuesday 5-6PM|
|Haley Brown||Film, TV and Interactive Media, minors in Legal Studies and English|
|Daniela Delphus||Psychology, Health Science Society and Policy (BS)||Pre-Health Student, First Generation College Student||Wednesday 8:30-9:30PM, Thursday 1-2PM|
|Adam Fleishaker||Computer Science, Business|
|Anushka Ghosh||Biology, minors in Studio Art and Chemistry||Pre-Health Student, First Generation College Student, Student of Color||Friday 10:30-11:30 AM (Starting 9/18)|
|Ryan Partlan||Linguistics, Applied Math, minor in Computer Science||Midyear Student||Monday 5-6PM|
|Adina Scheinberg||American Studies, History, minors in Legal Studies and Near Eastern and Judiac Studies||Monday 1-3PM|
|Peng (Panny) Tao||International and Global Studies, East Asian Studies, minors in Legal Studies and Politics||International Student, Gateway Scholar, Pre-Law Student, Student of Color|
|Shania Thomas||Politics, Health Science Society and Policy (BA), minors in Social Justice and Social Policy and Legal Studies||Pre-Law Student, First Generation College Student, Student of Color|
|Ekenedilichukwu Uwanaka||Neuroscience, minor in Philosophy||Pre-Health Student, Posse Scholar, First Generation College Student, Student of Color|