Dean Q, Associate Dean of Health and Wellness
Dean Q (“DQ”) joined Harvey Mudd College in January 2013 as associate dean of student health and wellness.
Evelyn Cho, Wellness Coordinator
Evelyn graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a degree in psychology, and she aspires to pursue her interest in researching the dissemination and implementation of evidence-based treatments, especially with regard to race and ethnicity in the future. In the meantime, she plans to draw, hike, walk her dog and provide a safe space for students to share about their experiences of wellness at Harvey Mudd.
Anne Harmon, Wellness Intern
Anne Harmon is currently a graduate student pursuing a master of science in higher education at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF). There, Anne serves as the Violence Prevention Programs graduate assistant in the WoMen’s and Adult Re-entry Center. Anne is a wellness generalist well-versed in the theories of Positive Psychology and uses her knowledge to enhance holistic lifestyle and development.
2014–15 Wellness Peers
Andrew is a sophomore engineering major from Pomona, California. His favorite color is yellow, his favorite animal is the manatee and his favorite food is sushi. He is incredibly honored to serve as a Wellness Peer for the 2014–15 school year and hopes to make enriching the overall wellness of the campus a fun experience for everybody. Andrew loves to answer questions and is always down for a nice chat.
Huy is a senior engineering major at Harvey Mudd. In his spare time he enjoys gushing over pictures of cute animals, playing paintball and watching football every Sunday. He is extremely excited to be part of the Harvey Mudd Wellness team and is looking forward to helping make the Mudd community even more awesome.
Allison is a senior majoring off-campus in art. She is excited to help other students connect different areas of wellness and increase wellness literacy on campus. Her main areas of interest are self-esteem, body image and healthy approaches to eating and exercise. In her free time, she draws, paints, listens to progressive and heavy music and does aerial silks.
Trang is a junior currently pursuing an Individual Program of Study in management computer science. She became a Wellness Peer because of her interests in psychology and hopes to solve problems unique to Mudd culture such as the “imposter syndrome” and gender and diversity issues.
Paula is a junior computer science major at Harvey Mudd College. She enjoys being a Wellness Peer because she wants to help people make positive changes to improve the quality of their lives. Outside of Mudd coursework, Paula is a co-captain of the 5-C Dance Company, a member of the hip-hop crew Reverb and a power lifter.