Eden has been leading CMNS admissions and recruitment since January 2001 and enjoys working with prospective and admitted students, advising freshmen at summer orientation, teaching the UNIV100 freshman seminar for life sciences majors, and advising biological sciences majors. She chairs the CMNS freshman limited enrollment admission committee and runs the volunteer CMNS Recruitment Ambassadors program, which is more than 70 awesome students strong.
Eden has been a member of the health professions mock interview committee since summer 2001, is a certified Narrative 4 Facilitator, was awarded the CMNS Thelma M. Williams Advisor of the Year Award for 2021, and was a finalist for the 2002 Outstanding Advisor of the Year Award issued by the University of Maryland Parents’ Association. She wrote her graduate thesis on The Fear of Academic Success: Differences Between Traditional-Aged First-Generation and Second-Generation Commuter Students.
B.A., Sociology, University of Maryland (1996)
M.A., Student Affairs in Higher Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (1998)
What I like best about working for CMNS:
My favorite part of work is interacting with our talented, diverse, and impressive student body and celebrating their successes. Even after two decades, I am always learning something new from them!
In my spare time, I enjoy:
Cuddling with my cats (Anya Groot and Rispy Pearce), visiting zoos across the country, and watching Marvel tv shows and movies with my husband.