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Scholars Program People

Dr. Rebecca MuichDr. Rebecca Muich

Dr. Rebecca Muich is Assistant Dean in Lloyd International Honors College. As Assistant Dean, she coordinates the admissions process for the International Honors program and the Honors Colloquium course, awards the prestigious Reynolds Scholarships and creates programming for Reynolds and Class of ’55 Scholars, and teaches Honors courses. She received an Honors BA and BA in History at Xavier University, before earning an MA in Classics at the University of Florida and a PhD in Classical Philology at the University of Illinois. Before arriving at UNCG she was an assistant professor of Classics at her alma mater Xavier University, teaching mostly Latin and ancient Greek in the Honors Bachelor of Arts Program, where she worked closely with students on undergraduate research projects and accompanied students abroad to Greece. Her continuing research interests include warfare as depicted in Greek epic and tragedy, women in antiquity, narrative theory, and classical reception.

Chloe Siegel

Chloe Siegel is a Senior Reynolds Scholarship Recipient majoring in Dance and Political Science. She served as the Director of Chapter Engagement for the UNCG College Democrats for two years and was the Artistic Director for Paradigm Dance Company for one. In her third year as a member of the Scholar’s Programming Board she is excited to work with her fellow members in order to continue to build the UNCG Scholars community. She loves reading and her two favorite books that she read last year were, The Housekeeper and the Professor by Yōko Ogawa and On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong.

 

Grace WallGrace Wall

Grace Wall is a junior and a Reynolds Scholar majoring in Human Development and Family Studies with minors in Psychology and African American and African Diaspora Studies. She has worked as a Resident Advisor for first-year Honors students in the Spencers for two years. She also works as the Volunteer Coordinator for UNCG’s Food Recovery Network. With the help of the Reynolds Scholarship stipends, she has been able to work as a music intern at a church in Greensboro and will be studying abroad in Rome in the Summer of 2022. Grace says that working with the Scholars Programming Board has been so fun and rewarding, so she encourages any other Honors Scholars to consider joining!

 

Rachel Tang

Rachel Tang is a third year Reynolds Scholar majoring in Social Work with a minor in Classical Studies. She is on the Scholars Programming Board, a University Marshal, and a member of the executive team for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Rachel spent two years on the Spartan Orientation Staff team, was a Lead Staff member for the 2022 team, and is currently a Resident Advisor in Ragsdale-Mendenhall residence hall. She co-founded a new group on campus, The Letter Project at UNCG, and is excited to encourage others through handwritten letters!

Jia Emaus

Jia Emaus is a second-year Reynolds Scholar double majoring in Political Science and International & Global Studies with minors in Chinese and Spanish. She is on the Scholars Programming Board, the Executive Board of UNCG’s Model United Nations as a founding member, and has served in the Hall Council Association. She also volunteers as a teacher’s assistant in Real World English and as a tutor in Reading Connections. Jia is serving her first year on the Scholar’s Executive Board and enjoys continuing to promote the wonderful scholarships the program offers and building community with the scholars.

 

Mayar Eldeeb

Mayar Eldeeb is a second year Reynolds Scholarship Recipient majoring in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. In addition to being a member of the Honors Programming Board she is also currently a member of the Spartan Orientation Staff and the Chancellors Ambassadors. Mayar is excited to work with the other members of the Scholar’s Programming Board to continue to keep the UNCG Scholars community a tight knit and welcoming place.