Fellow Scholars Program

The University of Evansville Fellow Scholars Program is a comprehensive program that allows underrepresented students to attend the University as a cohort group. The Fellow Scholars program is guided by 4 basic pillars for success:

  1. Provide the Fellow Scholars with financial and academic support;
  2. Provide opportunities for Fellow Scholars to better understand their own culture and history as well as appreciate different cultures and other diverse populations;
  3. Help students to gain and demonstrate self-advocacy skills necessary to achieved desired academic and career goals; and
  4. Help students to utilize campus resources and become socially engaged on campus.

The Fellow Scholars are required to take a Social Engagement course their first semester at the University of Evansville, the Discovery 101 course their first academic year, and volunteer 2 hours per week at the Diversity Resource Center. The Fellow Scholars are also assigned an Academic Coach and a Mentor to help with their transition from high school to university life their first year.

Fall 2019 Cohort

Teona Wooldridge — Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School
Major: Biochemistry

Khalesia Lange — Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School
Major: Business

Andrew Knox (A.K.) — Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School
Major: Sport Communication

Brittani Bullock — Center for Leadership Development
Major: Neuroscience

Fall 2018 Cohort

Kaleb Baskin — Central Leadership Development
Major: Undeclared

Amiyah Fleming — Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School
Major: Business Management

Chase Hart — Lawrence North High School
Major: Global Business

Joseph Johnson — Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School
Major: Athletic Training

Greg King — Center for Leadership Development
Major: Visual Communication Design

Carmela Leon (Mela) — Providence Cristo Rey High School
Major: Psychology

Zaya Lumumba — Providence Cristo Rey High School
Major: Biochemistry

Khalid Moran — Herron High School
Major: Computer Science

Gabriel Powell — Benjamin Bosse High School
Major: Accounting

Darrien Ray — Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School
Major: Business Management

Julia Shirley — Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School
Major: Business Management

Brianna Thomas — Benjamin Bosse High School
Major: Pre-Nursing

Fellow Scholars 2017-2018

HarMonee Baltzell — Benjamin Bosse High School, Evansville
Major: Spanish

Aleesia Futch — Herron High School, Indianapolis
Major: Music Education

Elon Gaddie — Charles A. Tindley High School, Indianapolis
Major: Creative Writing

Nigel Green — Charles A. Tindley High School, Indianapolis
Major: Communications

Quran Johnson — Providence Cristo Rey High School, Indianapolis
Major: Undecided

Javien Langley — Benjamin Bosse High School, Evansville
Major: Exercise Science

Lauren Murray — Charles A. Tindley High School, Indianapolis
Major: Exercise Science

Tayven Smith — Benjamin Bosse High School, Evansville
Major: International Business

Lindsay Sullivan — Benjamin Bosse High School, Evansville
Major: Nursing

Nicely Tsianguebeni — Benjamin Bosse High School, Evansville
Major: Sports Communication

Ciara Whitlock — Benjamin Bosse High School, Evansville
Major: Finance

Fellow Scholars 2016-2017

Starr Franklin — Indianapolis Metropolitan High School, Indianapolis
Major: Criminal Justice

Kaleb Gard — Benjamin Bosse High School, Evansville
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Tatyanna Howard — Herron High School, Indianapolis
Major: Biology

Alexis Jones — Herron High School, Indianapolis
Major: Communications

Julius Joyce — Benjamin Bosse High School, Evansville
Major: Visual Communications Design

Jessica Lopez — Herron High School, Indianapolis
Major: Political Science

Shabria Martin — Benjamin Bosse High School, Evansville
Major: Criminal Justice

Fellow Scholars Mentoring Program

The University of Evansville Fellow Scholars Mentoring Program is unique. Upon entering UE in the fall semester of their first year, students are assigned a mentor. The mentor is then asked to better help the student to acclimate to the culture of living in Southern Indiana and attending a predominately white institution. The mentor engages the student through community and campus events.

The Fellow Scholars Mentoring Program helps students as they embark on a life-changing journey to feel supported by others. This is an opportunity to have another person in their lives that can offer advice about their education, career, or personal life. Mentors provide guidance and support in an informal or formal way.

Office Phone:
812-488-2949

Office Email:
rs262@evansville.edu

Office Location:
Room 205, Olmsted Administration Hall