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.
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