SMU junior Wren Lee has been selected as a NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program (NUFP) fellow.
The NUFP is a program that allows students to “increase the number of historically disenfranchised and underrepresented professionals in student affairs and higher education” and “have opportunities for scholarships, on-campus mentorship, and professional development events.” Fellows and mentors apply to the program as a pair. Residence Life & Student Housing (RLSH) Director of Academic Initiatives, Dr. Dustin Grabsch, will be Wren’s mentor for the program.
Wren looks forward to being a part of the NUFP, and setting the foundation for making an impact on college campuses – starting here, at SMU.
“I’m most excited about working with my mentor Dustin Grabsch to learn more about working in student affairs,” Lee said. “It’s a career you don’t learn about until you’re in college, so I have a lot I want to learn about.”
Congratulations to Wren Lee for becoming a NUFP Fellow!