First Year Academic Advisor (Science)
Lindsay Wulf is an academic advisor for first-year students. Prior to joining Notre Dame's College of Undergraduate Advising, she taught middle school Language Arts in a variety of settings.
Wulf earned a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from the University of Oklahoma where she was a two-year captain on the volleyball team. She holds a Master of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction from National-Louis University.
Wulf's focus is on providing students with varied layers of support and information during their first-year journey at Notre Dame. Her advising practices foster introspective thinking, reflection, and resilience as part of a growth mindset during transition and discernment. She is keenly interested in encouraging campus involvement and using data analysis to understand and improve the student experience. During the school year, she also teaches a section of the Moreau First Year Experience course.