• BA, English and sociology, Bowling Green State University
  • MLIS, Kent State University


Diana Tebo is the administrative assistant for the college’s the Office of Undergraduate Research; the Center for Learning, Education, and Research in the Sciences; and the Office of Fellowships and Awards.

A former low-income and first-generation college student, Tebo earned degrees at Bowling Green State University and Kent State University. She is currently pursuing her 200-level yoga teacher training certification.

Tebo has a knack for organizing information, a love affair with the research process, and a passion for helping people, especially college students. She wants to use those qualities to help disseminate needed resources to underserved populations of all kinds.

In addition to an extensive laundry list of job duties, Tebo is available to meet with current fellows in the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship and Oberlin College Research Fellows programs to discuss and provide access to research and travel funds.

She also coordinates logistics for office and campus events; coordinates travel arrangements for student conferences; handles reimbursements; organizes and handles logistics of the summer research programs, including STRONG; oversees book and travel awards for all three cohort programs; and performs other duties as assigned.

Her interests include yoga, spirituality, hiking, and music.