Allison Ryburn (Left) is a Junior studying Psychology and Applied Behavioral Science. This is her third semester as an SI Leader. Fun Fact: She graduated with 12 people in her high school class.
Allison believes the most rewarding thing about being an SI leader is seeing how excited her students get when they succeed, “I love to receive texts, emails, and comments about how much SI has helped them and how they benefited so much from my sessions.”
Allison continues to come back as an SI Leader because of the great benefit the program brings, “SI is such a great resource, I use it myself in my own classes. It is so beneficial to help students as well as keep up with the material myself.” says Allison. “I have such a helping nature, so this job fits both my personality, my desires, and really makes me feel like I am making a difference in my colleague’s academics.”
Thomas Becker (Middle) is a Junior studying History. This is his third semester as an SI Leader. Fun Fact: He plays the banjo.
Thomas believes the most rewarding thing about being an SI leader is the feeling that he is helping someone.
Thomas keeps coming as an SI Leader because he likes meeting new people and learning at work.
Mallory Fredricks (Right) is a Sophomore studying Marketing. This is her third semester as an SI Leader. Fun Fact: She has 5 dogs.
Mallory believes the most rewarding thing about being an SI Leader is being able to see students who attend her sessions improve and helping students around them.
She keeps coming back to her role as an SI Leader semester after semester because she loves helping people realize their own potential.
We thank our fantastic SI Leaders for their fantastic work with students and giving them the tools to succeed academically.