Melissa (or Mim) provides direct administrative support to our three Joint PhD Programs and to the PhD program faculty director. She advises current and prospective PhD students in understanding course requirements and administers Ford School fellowships across our undergraduate and graduate programs. In addition, she oversees our records and registration for students and serves as the Ford School's representative at the University's Council on Global Engagement.
Mim hails from her native Perth, in Western Australia. She received her undergraduate degree in Public Health & Nutrition, and went on to complete a Masters degree in High School Teaching (grades 7-12) and an additional Master's in Education, specializing in behavior among disengaged youth.
To make an appointment with Mim to discuss fellowship funding, doctoral advising, or global engagement opportunities, please email her directly.