The Columbia Office of Fellowship Programs is pleased to introduce new team members Assistant Dean of Fellowship Programs Paul Bohlmann and Fellowship Programs Coordinator Therese Workman, who both joined the staff in early January 2012.
Paul Bohlmann is the new Assistant Dean of Fellowship Programs. From 1995 to 2011, Paul was the Director of Fellowships at Harvard, responsible for coordinating educational programs and application/selection procedures for college, national, and international fellowship competitions. He joined its staff in 1990, having been a teaching fellow in the history department and assistant senior tutor at Kirkland House, an undergraduate residence. Co-author of four editions of The Harvard College Guide to Grants, he holds an A.B. degree in history from Washington University in St. Louis and an A.M degree in history from Harvard University. He enjoys exploring urban architecture, discovering new music, fiction, and cuisines, and cheering for certain Boston sports teams.
Therese Workman is the new Program Coordinator for Fellowship Programs. Therese is excited to return to Columbia to advise on fellowships, having previously worked with CU's Learning & Development team as a learning design specialist. Previously, she was a student and scholar advisor in the Foreign Fulbright Programs Division at the Institute of International Education. She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Visual and Environmental Studies and Arts and Cognition from Harvard University. Therese is a musician, grew up eating Jamaican food in central Maine, and is extremely happy to be back in New York City.