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Student Workers

Our student workers are an important part of the Honors College. All current Honors students, these students work events, at our Honors College front desk and answer the phones. They are happy to answer your questions about the Honors College, or direct you to who will best answer your questions.

Emma Blair

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Major/Minor: Exercise Physiology major, Psychology minor

Graduation Year: 2021

Hometown: Wheeling, WV

Student Organization Involvement:  Helvetia Honors Society vice president, School of Medicine Pre-Professional Programs Student Ambassador, Chem 115 tutor, Bio 115 Teaching Assistant, Pre-Medical Club

Interests and Hobbies: I love to bake, read and travel. I especially love watching Disney movies and going thrift shopping!

Fun Fact: I’ve been to 43 out of the 50 states.

Favorite Thing about WVU and the Honors College: My favorite thing about the WVU Honors College is the atmosphere they provide. I love the programs and events that help me make new college friends while still encouraging a studious and academic environment.  

Adam Craig

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Major/Minor: International Studies and Economics majors

Graduation Year: 2021

Hometown: Wheeling, WV

Student Organization Involvement: Student Government Association, Arabic Studies Club, Model United Nations, College Democrats, Mountaineer Mentors, Peer Advocates.

Interests and Hobbies: Foreign languages, politics, sustainable development, running, reading, yoga, listening to podcasts, cooking.

Fun Fact: In my entire life, I have never tripped over untied shoelaces. 

Favorite Thing about WVU and the Honors College: The Honors College makes WVU feel like a small school, so it is easy to find institutional and peer support for all of your endeavors. 

Stephanie Golden

Stephanie Golden headshot.

Major/Minor: International Studies and Political Science majors

Graduation Year:  2022

Hometown: Berkeley Springs, WV

Student Organization Involvement: Model United Nations, Vice President of Sigma Iota Rho Honor Society

Interests and Hobbies:  Running and fitness, writing a blog, travel and Model United Nations

Fun Fact:  I have four state championships in West Virginia cross country and track

Favorite Thing about WVU and the Honors College:  I love the sense of community. Through the Honors College and Honors Hall, I have met some of my best friends. I’ve also made great connections with the staff that will be helpful throughout my entire college career. It’s great to be surrounded by a group of like-minded students with similar goals to mine!

Alexa Harris

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Major/Minor: Public Health and Spanish majors

Graduation Year: 2020

Hometown:  Morgantown, WV 

Student Organization Involvement: I am a member of Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish Honor Society) and A Moment of Magic, a club that provides creative programming to medically vulnerable children. I have also participated in research with the WVU Institute for Community and Rural Health and volunteered as a Peer Advocate in the WVU Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. 

Interests and Hobbies:  Reading, writing, being outside, hanging out with my cat.

Fun Fact:  I am named after a Billy Joel song. 

Favorite Thing about WVU and the Honors College:  My favorite thing about WVU is the emphasis placed on giving back to our state and world. My favorite thing about the Honors College is that it makes a large university feel like a tight-knit community. 

Hunter Moore

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Major/Minor: Aerospace Engineering major, Physics minor

Graduation Year: 2022

Hometown: West Milford, WV

Student Organization Involvement:  Engineers Without Borders (Local Project Team), WVU American Institute of Aero/Astronautics, WVU Student Government Association, Mountaineer Mentors,  Honors Student Association

Interests and Hobbies: Movies, soccer, space, traveling and science.

Fun Fact: I spent the summer working for NASA with the  CubeSat Program!

Favorite Thing about WVU and the Honors College: My favorite thing about WVU and the Honors College is definitely the people — no matter what or where, I can always find a great group of friends.

Natalie Rogers

Photo of Natalie Rogers wearing gold and blue sweater. 

Major/Minor: Economics & Mathematics majors

Graduation Year: 2021

Hometown: Morgantown, WV

Student Organization Involvement: Honors College TestWELL tutor, Actuarial Science Club, Helvetia Sophomore Honorary

Interests and Hobbies: Spending time with family and friends and reading.

Fun Fact:  I was born in Japan.

Favorite Thing about WVU and the Honors College: The interesting like-minded people that I have met, and the opportunities to further my learning outside of a classroom environment.

Allie Satterfield

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Major/Minor: Global Supply Chain Management, double minor in Spanish and Political Science

Graduation Year: 2022

Hometown: Morgantown, WV

Student Organization Involvement: Attorney General for Student Government Association (SGA) for 2019-2020, Intern for the Chief Operations Officer for SGA for 2018-2019, Chair and Licensee for TEDx WVU (an independently organized series of Ted Talks on campus) 2019-2020, Co-Chair for TEDxWVU for 2018-2019, brother of Delta Sigma Pi - Nu Epsilon (a professional business fraternity), and a member of Supply Chain Management Association (an organization designed for Global Supply Chain Management majors).

Interests and Hobbies:  I love traveling, whether it is to the beach or a different country. I love being with my friends and living life with them. College has definitely shown me the sweetness of having friends who you can go through life with. 

Fun Fact:  I was awarded Homecoming Queen my senior year of high school.

Favorite Thing about WVU and  the Honors College: My favorite thing here at WVU (and especially within the Honors College) is that I am presented with endless opportunities. I have been able to learn more about what I am passionate about through the student organizations I have joined, the professors I have formed close relationships with, and the students here at WVU. I absolutely love the opportunities this university gives to students, such as studying abroad, performing research, and countless other options to explore their passions and future careers. I am extremely grateful to attend a college that can make a big place feel small and personal. A place that feels so much like home, with people who feel so much like family. 

Kate Wolfe

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Major/Minor: Biochemistry major, Human Nutrition & Food minor

Graduation Year: 2021

Hometown: Morgantown, WV  

Student Organization Involvement: Chimes Honorary, WVU Biochemistry Club, American Chemical Society Club, and Model United Nations

Interests and Hobbies: I love to run swim, eat good food and travel to new places.

Fun Fact: I have sat in the General Assembly Hall of the United Nations building in New York City.

Favorite Thing about WVU and the Honors College: I have loved the study abroad opportunities I have been provided through the Honors College. I traveled to Brazil for two weeks to shadow physicians in rural regions along the Amazon summer 2018, and I recently went to Amsterdam and Paris with a small group of Honors student over spring break 2019 to learn and immerse in each cities' culture. 

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