University Fellowships Mark



Caitlin Ting

Dr. Ting earned her dual-title doctorate in Psychology and Language Science from the Pennsylvania State University. She developed a deep understanding of fellowship and grant applications and a passion for working with undergraduates while conducting her doctoral research on bilingualism and the relationship between syntactic processing in language and music. Dr. Ting is enthusiastic about helping undergraduates discover and pursue fellowship opportunities that nurture their personal and professional interests.

Dr. Ting is available Monday through Friday.

Phone: 814-863-8199

Victoria DeLeo is a doctoral student in Plant Biology. Her dissertation research looks at how tropical trees adapt to climate and human pressures. When she’s not in the UF Office, she’s in the greenhouse surrounded by teak trees. As a former Goldwater scholar and a GRFP Honorable Mention, she’s happy to talk over the technical details on your research proposals. She’s had the privilege to study abroad in China and Taiwan on grants and a funded internship, and she’s excited to help students at Penn State discover and apply for money to study and intern abroad.

Victoria is available Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Phone: 814-863-8199

Kayla Brown is a doctoral student in Developmental Psychology.  Her research interests focus on how parents and children interact with one another and how these interactions help children develop self-regulation abilities. Kayla completed her B.S. in General Science at Penn State and has been involved in research throughout her time here. She is happy to help you get involved in research in your field. Additionally, as a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Honorable Mention, she’s happy to provide guidance on the technical details on your research proposals. Kayla is available Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

Phone: 814-863-8199

Boucke Building
University Fellowships Office
321 Boucke Building
University Park, PA 16802