Who Is My Adviser?

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First-year Students

If you are a first-year student, your adviser is Richard Toth or Tassamai Sawetpibul (both in 210 Dibner Building), depending on your major. Integrated Digital Media, Science & Technology Studies and Sustainable Urban Environments students will be advised by their departmental advisers for the duration of their academic careers.

  • Applied Physics
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Mathematics and Physics
  • Undeclared
  
Richard R Toth
  • Biomolecular Science
  • Business and Technology Management
  • Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Construction Management
  • Honors
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering
Tassamai  Sawetpibul

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

If you are a sophomore, junior, or senior, your adviser is a member of your major department.

Applied Physics

Lorcan M. Folan

Biomolecular Science

Bruce  Garetz

Tommy S. Lee

Evgeny   Vulfson

Alexandra  Seidenstein

Business and Technology Management

Bohdan   Hoshovsky

Chemical and Biological Engineering

Walter   Zurawsky

Rastislav   Levicky

Civil Engineering

Jose Miguel Ulerio

Computer Science and Engineering

Susana M Garcia-Henriquez

Joseph  Anderson, Jr.

Crystal F Dilonez

Construction Management

Lawrence  Chiarelli

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Ellen T. Daniels

Matthew  Campisi

HU/SS General Advising Liberal Studies

Christopher   Leslie

Integrated Digital Media

Eric  Maiello

Mathematics

Ellen T. Daniels

Mechanical Engineering

Joseph   Borowiec

SangHoon  Nathan Lee

Pre-Health Careers

Tommy S. Lee

Alexandra  Seidenstein

Gene  R. DiResta

Science and Technology Studies

Christopher   Leslie

Sustainable Urban Environments

Christopher   Leslie

Undeclared

Richard R Toth

Other Academic Advisers and Staff

Academic Advisement Center

General Studies

Melissa   Barnes
Nora  Jemison
Stephen  Kendall
Paulo  Lellis

HEOP Counselors


Liaison to Undergraduate Advisers

Michael   Campbell