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You will be assigned one of four faculty advisors, based on your chosen course of study; your advisor’s name will be shown in the right-hand menu on the “Student Center” page in UDSIS.Prof. John Burmeister 178 Brown Lab firstname.lastname@example.org (302) 831-1130Advising responsibility: B.S. and B.A. CHEM studentsProf. Junghuei Chen 105 Drake Hall email@example.com (302) 831-1035Advising responsibility: B.S. BIOC students Prof. Susan Groh 218 Brown Lab firstname.lastname@example.org (302) 831-2915Advising responsibility: All Honors students (B.S. BIOC, B.S. CHEM, B.A. CHEM; co-advisor for B.A. XCE)Prof. Kate Scantlebury 232 Brown Lab email@example.com (302) 831-4546Advising responsibility: B.A. XCE (co-advisor for Honors B.A. XCE)Your faculty advisor can help you with planning coursework, identifying campus resources, exploring interests within the discipline, and considering future goals and careers. This can be a valuable relationship if you choose to take advantage of it. See this discussion for ways to get the most from interactions with your advisor.
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