Julie A. Haurykiewicz (she/her)

Julie is a middle-aged white woman with grey hair and glasses wearing a teal blue top and a wool nuno-felted scarf she made.
Campus Address
Seeley G. Mudd Library
Room 222
Center for Academic Success
Associate Dean of Academic Success and Instructor of First-Year Studies

I am proud to serve as part of the amazing team in the Center for Academic Success. My responsibilities include: administering a large portion of our peer tutoring program (which serves over half of the student body each year!); teaching in the First-Year Studies and Summer Institute programs; and supporting student success through providing individualized resources to develop academic skills (e.g., critical reading/writing/thinking/speaking, accountability, time management, public speaking, etc.).


What fills my pitcher? The best part of my job is working closely with students. In my free time, I enjoy making fused glass art, knitting, reading, and spending time with my dog Murphy. I believe that life is too short to eat cheap chocolate and that everyone has an important story to tell--and I want to hear it!


BA, English and French, University of Notre Dame, 1992
MA, English, Marquette University, 1994
ABD, English, Binghamton University, 1998
Years at Lawrence