Erin Wahler, M.Ed.
Erin is the Assistant Director for Student Enrichment in the Miami University Honors College. Erin advises students in the College of Arts and Science who are pursuing non-biological life science STEM majors (think data, earth sciences, and physics), as well as students in the Farmer School of Business whose last names fall near the beginning of the alphabet. Erin earned a Bachelor of Arts of International Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Social Justice from Miami University in 2016. As an assistant director in the Honors College, Erin provides leadership over global programming for Honors College students, including supporting the Honors in MUDEC faculty-led workshops while they are overseas in Luxembourg and on study tour. Erin also directs the Urban Leadership Internship Program, the Honors College’s grant-funded summer internship program in Dayton, of which Erin is an alumna.
Erin earned her Master of Education from Oregon State University’s College Student Services Administration program in 2018, while achieving her lifelong dream of living in the Pacific Northwest. She spent two years traveling up and down the Pacific Coast -- including working at Stanford University for a summer -- mostly exploring coastline, waterfalls, and mountain peaks. Although Erin is a born-and-raised Midwesterner and a lifelong Cincinnati Reds fan, she forever maintains that “the West Coast is the best coast.” When Erin isn’t traveling, she will be found in her garden or chilling with her two cats.Strengths: Empathy | Developer | Belief | Relator | Connectedness