Kelsey KarumAssociate Director of Undergraduate Advising
Phone: (812) 855-5946
Office: Luddy Hall (700 N. Woodlawn Ave) | Room: 1034
- B.S. in Psychology at Western Michigan University
- M.A. in Counselor Education (College Counseling) at Western Michigan University
Courses Taught at Luddy
- Y100 Exploring Tech Pathways
Kelsey Karum originally joined the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering in July 2015 as a career advisor, teaching the Y395 career development course. She later transitioned into an academic and career advising role for exploratory students.
Currently, Kelsey advises for Computer Science and Data Science majors with last names T-Z, and also serves as one of the primary instructors for SICE-Y 100: Exploring Tech Pathways.
Kelsey loves guiding students during their college journey and has held roles outside of Indiana University (and Luddy!) in a variety of areas, including career advising and development, recruitment, admissions and enrollment, and health education. While originally from Michigan and a two-time Western Michigan University alum, Kelsey loves her adopted Hoosier home!