Undergraduate Program Assistants
The Center for Experiential Learning Program Assistants are current Loyola undergraduates who help guide fellow students in accessing the resources of the CEL’s academic internship, learning portfolio, service-learning, and community partnership programs. Our undergraduate program assistants support various components of experiential learning, and share their personal experiences within experiential learning - from bioinformatics research, to internships in refugee resettlement, to documenting studying in Chile! Meet the 2018-2019 program assistants below!
Name: Mianna Dellar
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
Major(s)/Minor(s): Psychology (but I am intending to switch to Business)
On joining the CEL team: I am excited to contribute to the wonderful work of the CEL program and build relationships with positive people.
Fun Fact: I was born the day after Christmas.
Name: Ally Moors
Hometown: Goodrich, Michigan
Major(s)/Minor(s): Visual Communications Major, Global Studies Minor
On joining the CEL team: I’m excited to use exciting visuals to get students excited about engaging with the exciting city around them!
Fun Fact: I was (and sometimes still am) a horseback rider
Name: McKenna Adams
Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
Major(s)/Minor(s): Journalism Major, Peace Studies Minor
On joining the CEL team: I’m excited to be involved in my community and encourage other students to do the same!
Fun Fact: I have a tattoo of an Oxford comma!
Name: Moira Kelly
Hometown: Orland Park, Illinois
Major(s)/Minor(s): Film and Digital Media Production Major, Creative Writing Minor
On joining the CEL team: I’m looking forward to engaging more with my Loyola, Rogers Park, and Edgewater communities!
Fun Fact: I was a cheerleader for nine years but quit to join the marching band.
Name: Chukwuebuka (Ebuka) Udeogu
Hometown: Barrington, Illinois
Major(s)/Minor(s): Physics and Computer Science Major, Mathematics Minor
On joining the CEL team: I am excited to help educate and promote our academic experiential learning and make positive impacts and connections in the community.
Fun Fact: My fastest 100 meter dash is 11.1 seconds.