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College of Arts and Sciences Department of Psychology

Undergraduate Mentoring Program

The undergraduate mentoring program pairs outstanding upperclassman in the department with students who have fewer than 60 credits and are intending on majoring in psychology. Mentors are also available for other students within the department through office hours, held weekly in Johnson Tower 221A. The mentors are knowledgeable about departmental opportunities, navigating the university, study skills, and general tips for being successful students. In addition to meeting with students in small groups and through office hours, as a group they put on presentations about topics relevant to anyone interested in Psychology or getting involved at the university! If you have any questions about the program, please contact Dr. Blythe Duell (blythe_duell@wsu.edu)

Complete Tutoring List

 

Tutoring

  • Psych 105: Thomasina, Ana, Cadence, Andee, Sarah, Maria, Hayley
  • Psych 210: Ana, Cadence, Taylor, Sarah
  • Psych 230: Thomasina, Ana, Sarah, Maria, Hayley, Isabel
  • Psych 265: Andee, Taylor, Sarah, Hayley
  • Psych 311: Andee & Caroline
  • Psych 312: Andree & Sarah
  • Psych 321: Hayley
  • Psych 324: Caroline, Thomasina, Sarah, Hayley, Isabel
  • Psych 328: Andee
  • Psych 333: Thomasina, Taylor, Sarah, Maria, Hayley
  • Psych 350: Caroline, Cadence, Hayley, Thomasine
  • Psych 372: Sarah & Maria
  • Psych 412: Sarah

Peer Mentors’ Office Hours and Zoom links:

To receive a copy of Peer Mentors’ office hours and Zoom links please email Caroline (caroline.schutz@wsu.edu) or Andee (andee.lane@wsu.edu)

Schedule

Please contact one of the mentors for office hours.

 

 

Mentors:

Thomasina Accettola

Thomasina Accettola

  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Email: thomasina.accettola@wsu.edu
  • Graduation: Spring 2024
  • Hometown: Auburn, WA
  • Intended career: Counseling Psychologist
  • Extracurriculars: Dance, cougar connector, reading, and exercise.
  • Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: Third floor of the spark building
  • Advice for students: Push yourself to get out of your comfort zone by trying new things, meeting new people, and getting involved!

 

Maria Di Gregorio

Maria Di Gregorio

  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Email: m.digregorio@wsu.edu
  • Graduation: Fall 2022
  • Hometown: Issaquah, WA
  • Intended career: Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
  • Extracurriculars: Working as a CNA and community service
  • Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: The Spark
  • Advice for students: Enjoy being in Pullman as much as you can, your time here will fly by! Look out for yourself and your friends, study hard and have fun.

 

Sarah Flynn

Sarah Flynn

  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Email: sarah.l.flynn@wsu.edu
  • Graduation: 2023
  • Hometown: Redmond, WA
  • Intended career: Art Therapist
  • Extracurriculars: Psychology Lab Research Assistant, Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority, Intern at Harvest House, reading, drawing, painting
  • Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: Neill’s Coffee & Ice Cream
  • Advice for students: Put your happiness and health first! Everyone needs a mental health break once in a while. Your friends and professors are here to support you, so don’t be afraid to reach out for help when needed!

 

Christiana (Ana) Fogg

Christiana (Ana) Fogg

  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Email: christiana.fogg@wsu.edu
  • Graduation: 2024/2025 (TBD)
  • Hometown: Marysville, WA
  • Intended career: Teacher in elementary, special, and/or English language learning education
  • Extracurriculars: WSU LAUNCH Ambassador, SWEA VP, ROAR Peer Ally, Bowling, etc.
  • Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: Campus, Ed. Add., Spark, or B&N Café in Bookie
  • Advice for students: Have fun, work hard, and take time for yourself and those you love – you’ll thank yourself for it.  🙂

 

Isabel Gil

Isabel Gil

  • Pronouns: (Any)
  • Email: Isabel.gil@wsu.edu
  • Graduation: 2024
  • Hometown: Wenatchee, WA
  • Intended career: Pediatric Psychiatrist
  • Extracurriculars: Working part-time
  • Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: The Chinook
  • Advice for students: Don’t be afraid to ask questions! As well as always check your emails, you might miss out on fun activities or opportunities without realizing it.

 

Cadence Harden

  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Email: cadence.harden@wsu.edu
  • Graduation: Fall 2023
  • Hometown: East Wenatchee, WA
  • Intended career: Clinical Psychologist or Psychology Professor
  • Extracurriculars: Honors College, French Club
  • Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: POPO tea shop
  • Advice for students: It can seem intimidating, but try to make friends in class; it is helpful having a peer who can fill you in if you miss a class or having someone you can study with.

 

Andee Lane

Andee Lane

  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Email: andee.lane@wsu.edu
  • Graduation: Spring 2024
  • Hometown: Nine Mile Falls, WA
  • Intended career: School Counselor
  • Extracurriculars: AKPsi Business Fraternity
  • Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: Pups and Cups
  • Advice for students: Push yourself outside your comfort zone. You’ll never know what you’ll like unless you try something new.

 

Hayley Quist

Hayley Quist

  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Email: hayley.quist@wsu.edu
  • Graduation: December 2022 (internship spring 2023)
  • Hometown: Woodinville, WA
  • Intended career: Pediatric Occupational Therapist
  • Extracurriculars: Working out, walking my dog, gardening, and traveling!
  • Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: The Chinook (I have practically lived there since freshman year.)
  • Advice for students: Stay balanced! Do not study too hard – you will burn out. Making time for yourself is incredibly important as far as physical and mental health goes. I always be sure and plan “spa days” for myself and plan time that I get to spend with friends or simply watching a movie/TV show.

 

Caroline Schutz

  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Email: caroline.schutz@wsu.edu
  • Graduation: 2024
  • Hometown: Bend, OR
  • Intended career: Industrial Organizational Psychologist
  • Extracurriculars: Honors College Student, Intramural soccer, Community service chair and Body Positivity chair for Kappa Kappa Gamma, The Women’s Network, Psi Chi, journaling, running and exercise
  • Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: Thompson Flats
  • Advice for students: Be present.

 

Taylor Waldron

Taylor Waldron

  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Email: taylor.waldron@wsu.edu
  • Graduation: May 2023
  • Hometown: Sumner, WA
  • Intended career: Clinical neuropsychologist
  • Extracurriculars: WSU Equestrian team, Honors College student and mentor, Neuroscience club, RA in the Schmitter-Edgecombe lab, and Housing and Residence Life clerical assistant.
  • Favorite hangout spot in Pullman: Pups and Cups or the Honors College library
  • Advice for students: You don’t have to know what you want to do for the rest of your life. You should never feel stuck in the career or specialization that you’ve chosen, and it’s never too late to change your mind. It’s okay to explore your interests and options!