Academic Programs Office Creates New Academic Support Fellows Program

Press Date
May 5, 2023
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In the fall of 2022, the FSU Law Academic Programs Office introduced its inaugural class of academic support fellows. Program fellows are academically successful 2L and 3L students who possess strong interpersonal skills, patience, maturity, and a desire to assist their peers in learning core academic skills and strategies. Fellows lead small-group workshops to help equip students with key tools to increase their academic success. Workshop topics include note taking, exam preparation, case briefing, study schedules, and time management. In addition to the workshops, fellows are available through weekly office hours for individual appointments. The student-centered program was created by Assistant Dean for Academic Programs Karusha Y. Sharpe (’01) (pictured), and the following students served as fellows during the 2022-2023 academic year:

  • Ella Biggins
  • Baleigh Brown (academic skills researcher/student assistant)
  • Joey Catalano
  • Cristen Chandler
  • Carly Dick
  • Alan Gonzalez
  • Victoria Heuston
  • Olivia Ingram
  • Luke Johnston
  • Aziza Mohamadhossen
  • Rebecca Neuffer
  • Taylor O'Brien
  • Carson Oakley
  • Jenelly Perez
  • Jaiden Pokoski
  • Lauren Reed
  • Dylan Rhoades
  • Mackie Taranto


Published on May 5, 2023