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Human Biology Advising Information

Fall 2017 Advising Update » 

Students who have officially declared a human biology major should meet regularly with a human biology advisor, ideally once a semester.  Students at the pre-major level who go to the Undergraduate Advising Center for advising also are invited to meet with a human biology advisor, particularly to draft a degree completion plan and to discuss major course details and career options. 

Each linked advisor listing will have additional information including whether the advisor wishes to have you make appointments on a sign-up sheet outside her/his office, e-mail her/him, phone her/him, or sign up via an electronic calendar.

If you don't have an advisor yet, a good starting point would be to contact one of the general human biology advisors: Dr. Greg Burg, Dr. Jen Weghorst, or Dr. Trevor Rivers.

Advisors by concentration within BA Human Biology:

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