Andrew Warne, Ph.D.
Title/s: Undergraduate Research Program Manager
Office #: Sullivan Center 295
Andrew Warne joined the CEL in October, 2012 and works as the Undergraduate Research Program Manager. From this position, he coordinates the LUROP Fellowships, co-directs the Provost Fellowship, and promotes and encourages undergraduate research at Loyola.
Andrew came to Loyola after receiving his Ph.D. in history at Northwestern University, where his research and teaching focused on 20th century U.S. political history and international relations. His own academic career began as an undergraduate researcher at Luther College in Decorah, IA. After graduating, he worked as a high school English teacher for four years in Helena, AR through Teach for America. Before moving to Chicago, he received his M.A. in history from Villanova University in Philadelphia.
Andrew has dedicated his career to student learning, which he has promoted not only as a teacher, but also within Northwestern’s residential college system and teaching center. He strongly supports research as an opportunity for student learning, and mentorship as an educational model to promote it. He is excited about joining Loyola and looks forward to working with students, faculty, staff, and administrators alike.