The college experience is very different from the high school experience. The way you approach your academics and social life will need to change. EAC Peer Advisors have successfully made this transition, and are your best resource for your first year.
Peer advisors are upper-class students in a variety of engineering departments who have been trained to help first-year students choose courses, register for classes, and understand the policies and procedures of the College. More importantly, as students, peer advisors have a personal insight into life at the University of Michigan. They can answer questions about professors, majors, student organizations, and campus life in general. Peer advisors are a terrific resource for first year students. Along with academic advisors, they can assist you in making your transition to college as smooth as possible.
If you are a CoE student, and you would like to be added to a list of students interested in becoming a peer advisor, add your name to our Peer Advisor Interest Form.
My name is Rohun Athalye (he/him/his) and I am a rising sophomore from San Diego, California. I'm studying aerospace engineering and am the Vice President of the Michigan Aeronautical Science Association (MASA), a student team at Michigan that specializes in designing and building liquid bipropellant rockets. Outside of school, I enjoy playing sports, hanging out with friends and family, and playing the saxophone. I look forward to working with incoming engineering students this year!
My name is Caleb and I am a senior studying Materials Science and Engineering with minors in Mathematics and Physics. I am most recently from Northern Virginia, but I am a military brat who has lived all over the US. I am most involved in the Ultimate Frisbee team, though I show up to the occasional MRun practice (club running). I love the outdoors, and spend a lot of my time backpacking, hiking, climbing, and taking nature pictures. After graduation, I plan to work with electronic materials in the field of clean energy.
My name is Elinoa Delazerda (she/her) and I am a rising sophomore from Miami, Florida. I am currently undeclared, but I plan on studying Industrial and Operations Engineering. On campus, I’m involved in Phi Sigma Rho, a social sorority for women in engineering. Outside of school, you can find me starting a new hobby every month, attempting to cook or bake, listening to alternative rock music, reading, and getting to know new people!
My name is Daniel Efunwa and I am a rising sophomore from Woodstock, GA interested in studying Aerospace Engineering. At the University of Michigan, I'm involved with Cru, M-Fly, Michigan Aeronautical Science Association (MASA), and Michigan Premier League (MPL). These clubs encompass a lot of my interests such as improving my faith, aerospace, and soccer. I also enjoy reading and playing video games which is how I pass the time. Lastly, I look forward to working with incoming freshmen and hopefully making their college transition easier.
My name is Tiger Hashikura, and I am a rising Junior studying Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Music. On campus I am involved in Engineering Honors and Sensor Network Laboratory, an MDP research team. Aside from academics, I am involved in the Japan Student Association, and I am also the president of the Michigan G-Men, an acapella group. I love to run, hike, cook, listen to music, and meet new people! I can't wait to meet all of you and share my experiences.
My name is Jenny and I am a rising Junior studying Chemical Engineering. I grew up in Lansing Michigan, but the first time I ever visited Ann Arbor was the spring before my first year. I am also studying for a minor in Computer Science. Outside of classes I play cymbals in the Michigan Marching Band. I love exploring all of the amazing restaurants and stores in Ann Arbor, especially the farmers market in Kerrytown. I also enjoy playing tennis, knitting, and playing board games.
Hi! I'm Alex and I'm a rising junior from Los Angeles studying Biomedical Engineering. On campus, I hold an officer position in Beta Mu Epsilon, the Biomedical Engineering professional fraternity, perform research in the Transportation Research Institute, and I'm also heavily involved in my design team, M-HEAL: The Initiative. Outside of academics I enjoy trying new restaurants in Ann Arbor with my friends, watching soccer and Formula 1, and playing video games.
My name is Abby and my pronouns are she/her/hers. I am a rising senior from Traverse City, MI studying Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Biochemistry. On campus I am involved in the women’s club soccer team, Beta Mu Epsilon, the professional biomedical engineering fraternity, NextGen, an organization that advocates for ovarian cancer awareness, and I was a contestant on Survivor: Michigan. Outside of school I enjoy hiking, nordic skiing, and watercolor painting. I am looking forward to meeting other students through the EAC and giving back to the engineering community at Michigan!
Hi! My name is Guillermo and I am headed into my junior year studying Mechanical Engineering with a minor in CS. I’m a first generation college student from Chicago and I am involved with SHPE and STARX on campus. I’m mainly interested in robotics and I hope to be able to design and build a life size android one day. In my free time I like to work out, play sports and video games, and shoot bow and arrow.
My name is Meredith and I’m a rising junior from Rhode Island studying Nuclear Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. On campus I am involved in Phi Sigma Rho, a sorority of engineers, the American Nuclear Society, and our campus’s chapter of Women in Nuclear Engineering. In my free time I enjoy exploring coffee shops around Ann Arbor with my friends. I look forward to meeting incoming students and introducing them to the Michigan Engineering community!