Peer advisors can provide academic information from their own student perspective. They advise students on the "real deal" when it comes to choosing classes, picking a major, and utilizing campus resources. They share the lessons they have learned as USU students. Because peers are highly trained on advising material, they are a valuable academic resource
I am dual majoring in Biology with a human emphasis and Public Health with an environmental emphasis, as well as minoring in chemistry and sociology. I have worked on research for a year and a half in conservation ecology and also have experience in biochemistry research. I plan to pursue a medical degree and a Master's of Public Health and become a physician specializing in preventative medicine.
Office Location: Biology and Natural Resources (BNR) Room 101
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students should cancel their appointments in a timely manner through Appointment Manager.
In response to Utah State University’s decision to cancel events and move classes online, the Biology Advising Office is taking steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by utilizing digital advising. Appointments can now be scheduled in the following formats: WebEx or Phone. Please indicate your preference when making the appointment in Appointment Manager. As always, simple advising questions may be handled by directly emailing your advisor. Please include your name and A number in any message you send.
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