Archives—June 2015

Larissa Grundmanis

Larissa GrundmanisLarissa is a third year Psychology major and is working towards a minor in Law and Society as well as Ethics and Philosophy. She has worked at IGSC3 for one year and is also a coach at the Multiliteracies Center. In the fall of 2015 she will also be an Academic Success Coach and a Peer Teaching Assistant. When Larissa is not working she enjoys watching Netflix, sleeping, reading, playing with cats, and biking.


Rachel Hetherington

Rachel HetheringtonRachel has been the Graduate Teaching Assistant  for IGSC3 (and the MTMC) since 2013. She is a Ph.D candidate in Geology, studying a volcanic area in Ethiopia. Her undergraduate degree is in Earth and Environmental Science and she has an International Masters in Volcanology and Geotechniques. She is from England and has studied abroad in Iceland, France and Michigan. She is also a board member for Nosotros; a latin organization on campus. Outside of university, Rachel volunteers for Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly on holidays and enjoys dancing and reading in her free time.


Connor Will

Connor WillConnor is a third year Communication, Culture, and Media major who speaks German but has not signed up to get his certificate yet. The end of this semester will mark the second year he’s been working in the IGSC3. In his free time, Connor can be found reading, writing, and guzzling coffee like it’s the mana of life.


Valerie Taglione

Valerie TaglioneValerie is a fifth year Medical Laboratory Science major and has a minor in International German. She has been working with IGSC3 for two years and also works as a coach in the Biology Learning center. In her free time, Valerie likes to play an amalgam of intramural sports and enjoys playing music. Valerie will be graduating this spring and will continue her education at the Michigan State College of Human Medicine.


Andrew Houghtaling

Andrew HoughtalingAndrew is a mechanical engineer in the Blue Marble Security enterprise. He enjoys playing soccer and frisbee whenever the temperature is above freezing. He also dabbles in video, board, and card games with his friends. Andrew has been a coach since the August 2014, and he is expected to graduate after the spring semester of 2017.